Classifications

Classifications are a benchmarking system to enable archers to know how they stand in their scoring ability.

To gain a classification an archer has to achieve the required score for a qualifying round (it does not have to be the same round) three times in any calendar year to achieve the classification. It only stands for that year and must be maintained each year.

There are different classifications for outdoor and indoor.

Outdoor classifications are from bottom to top, Third Class, Second Class, First Class, Bowman, Master Bowman and Grand Master Bowman. The top two classifications can only be achieved at record status competitions.

Indoor Classifications are from bottom to top, H, G, F, E, D, C, B, and A.

Below is a list of your up to date Classifications as output by our records software. (If you think there is any errors or anomalies please let us know)

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