Registration opens January 22, 2024
Early Bird Discount 10% until February 12th
Registration deadline March 22nd 2024
No refund on cancelations after March 22nd 2024
ON SITE REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Centre 200 & Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion
The 2024 3D Indoor Championships will take place within 2 venues, situated in downtown Sydney.
481 George Street, Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 6R7
Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion
90 Esplanade, Sydney, NS B1P 1A1
Parking is available on site
EVENT FORMAT AND RULES
The format of the Canadian Indoor 3D Championship shall be:
○ 3 courses of 27, 27, 26 targets
● All Archery Canada equipment divisions recognized for 3D Archery apply.
● All Archery Canada age classes apply
NOTE: Under 2024 Archery Canada Rules, Compound Fixed Pin categories are not part of the Indoor Championships. Youth Categories (U18) will only be known.
Visit the Archery Canada Rules Book (Books 2 and 4) for all current information on the rules in effect.
EVENT PURPOSE AND ELIGIBILITY
Archery Canada (AC) is committed to offering its members an archery experience rivaling that offered by other major international archery competitions.
The main objectives of these events are as follows:
- To act as a mechanism for the declaration of Canadian Champions (Canadian Championships only)
- To promote and increase visibility of Archery in Canada
- To serve as a celebration of the sport of Archery and its community
Per Article 2.2 of the AC Rule Book, in order to be a competitor in an Archery Canada registered event, an athlete must be a registered participant in good standing of Archery Canada, through one of the Provincial or Territorial Archery Associations, and a Citizen of Canada or have permanent resident status.
At Archery Canada registered events, an athlete who is not a citizen, landed immigrant or resident of Canada (lived in Canada for over 12 months), but who is eligible to be a competitor, must register in a Guest category.
At the discretion of the organizers of an Archery Canada event, an athlete may be permitted to participate as a non-competitor; however he will not be eligible for Archery Canada medals, prizes or records and his scores will have no official Archery Canada status.
Athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers have the right to participate in a safe and inclusive training and competitive environment that is free of abuse, harassment or discrimination. For information on our policies refer to: https://archerycanada.ca/about-us/policies/
PHOTOS & SOCIAL MEDIA
Archery Canada reserves the right to take photos and video for training purposes and advertisement. This includes posting content to our social media accounts. We encourage our community to share content, photos, and stories of their experiences at these championships. All social media activity related to the Archery Canada Canadian Championships are subject to our Social Media and Code of Conduct polices.
There will be a medical team on-site throughout the competitions. Additional details will follow.
Doping control may be conducted for specific categories.For information on doping control procedures and banned substances, please go to www.cces.ca.
The weather in Sydney in April is mild to cold, making it a popular time to visit and enjoy seeing winter turn into spring. During the day the temperature could hit highs of 6°C, but possibly dropping to lows of -6°C at night.
Organizing Committee Chairs
Chair: Kirk Dunning
Vice Chair & Competition Chair: Leon Laffin
Technical Delegate: Aaron Bull
Head Judge: TBD
Committee: John Cann, Karen Cann