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In the world of any athletic sport the world of competition is not only time consuming with travel but expensive. Not everyone has the financial ability or sponsorship backing to travel from state to state or tournament to tournament to compete with those we see all over television, YoutTube, or social media. But why can’t we bring the competition to them? At Online Archery Comps we know that there are talented, highly skilled archers out there that just don’t have the time and money to expose themselves to the big brands or up and coming companies in order to get the sponsors, and meanwhile maintain their competitive edge on the practice range or 3D course.

Online Archery Competitions allows the archery competitor or enthusiast to take their skills to the next level and compete in a nation wide tournament right from the comfort of their own club, range, or back yard with nothing more then a smart phone and maybe a close friend to video you.

An Online Archery Comp adds a level of pressure that no professional archer as ever felt before because the videos must be seamless and never has anyone competed in front of the entire world via online. You get one round of arrows per video. Big things are coming in the form of online archery competitions and you don’t want to miss the action! Sign up for a competition today!
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Title: OAC Walk Back Tournament 8/3/15-8/23/15

Week 1: 8/3-8/9 (2 video submissions 5 arrows each by 11:59pm 8/9)

Week 2: 8/10-8/16 (2 video submissions of 5 arrows each by 11:59 8/16)

Week 3: 8/17-8/23 (2 video submissions of 5 arrows each by 11:59pm 8/23)

Format: 300 round walk back

Target: 40 CM FITA provided by OAC (See below) images3.jpg

Video Process:

1. Equipment inspection for Hunter Class (measure stab and proof no scope)

2. Distance verification 20 , 30, 40 yards with range finder.

3. 5 Shots

Shot 1 – 40 yards

Shot 2 – 30 yards

Shot 3 – 20 yards

Shot 4 – 30 yards

Shot 5 – 40 yards

4. Walk up and scoring verbalized and documented. Finish with close up of all arrows individually. Especially concentrate on close judgement arrow.

Shooting details:

30 arrows total over a 3 week period – 10 arrows per week – 5 arrows per video (two videos per week). State Name, Division/Class (If Necessary) and equipment inspection must be completed with each video.

Duration: 3 weeks

Video Submission:

You must utilize an YoutTube account and send a private link to our email address [email protected] with Comp Title and video # (ie: OAC WALK BACK 8/3-8/23 Week 1 Video 1).
Body of email should have arrow scores documented as well. Video submission will be accepted via YouTube link only. Video must be seamless (no breaks). Target must stay in full view of camera at all times as well as the archers full 5 shots. Close ups in beginning of video are allowed for equipment inspection of stabilizer measurement and confirmation for hunter class “no scope” rule. (Place arrow, pen, pencil through scope housing to confirm no lens is attached) Close ups will be Necessary for distance verification on range finder. After distance verification target must be in plain view at all times, target and archer must be in plain view until which time scoring is completed.

Entry Fee: $20.00 (Non-Refundable)

*Target included. Send entry fee via PayPal Friends and Family to [email protected] and include Name, shipping address, Class, tournament name listed in comments.
Scoring:
X = 10 call out this as an X
Next ring 10
Next ring 9
Next ring 8
Next ring 7
Next ring 6
Next ring 5
Next ring 4
Next ring 3
Next ring 2
Next ring 1

Payouts: Ex: 50 Competitors @ $20

1st $200

2nd $150

3rd $100

4th $80

5th $60

6th $40

7th $20

8th $10

Video Submission Deadline: Sunday evenings at 11:59pm EST.

Tie Breakers: In the event of a tie score the X ring will be first tie breaker. Second tie breaker will shortest video length from shot 1 to shot 5 in last video submitted to determine winner!

Disclaimer:

Online Archer Comps is not held responsible for any lost, stolen, damaged equipment or injury that may occur during the filming of competition submission. By registering via PayPal participants fully understand that OnlineArcheryComps.com maintain zero liability and participants assume all risks afforded to them with handling a weapon such as a bow and arrow during completion weeks and any harm that could come from using said weapon. Including but not limited to harm to self, equipment, by-standers, camera person, anyone or anything near around or by shooting area.
 

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What stops an archer from shooting and reshooting and reshooting until they get the top score they are possible of and only submitting that video?
 

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What stops an archer from shooting and reshooting and reshooting until they get the top score they are possible of and only submitting that video?
You mean that thing known as "practice"?



Video Submission Deadline: Sunday evenings at 11:59pm EST.

Tie Breakers: In the event of a tie score the X ring will be first tie breaker. Second tie breaker will shortest video length from shot 1 to shot 5 in last video submitted to determine winner!
 

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so youd want 20 sent via paypal GIFT? just ask for 20.60 and do regular paypal. this gift feature is for real family and unsavory fellows
seems like, no paypal protection
 

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As good as an idea as this is...I foresee a pile of cheaters and or whiners bc "so and so" didnt score their shot correctly or their video was questionable. I am totally down to do it but would like to see a demo video of exactly what our submissions should look like.
 
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