May 18 - 20, 2019
Location: Selvey Park (home field)
Saturday: Practice: 12pm to 4pm
Optional 720-round: scoring starts at 2pm
Sunday: Double 720 round, practice at 9am, scoring to start at 10am
There will be a one-hour lunch break on Sunday between rounds (Concession available: menu to be posted one-week prior)
Monday: Double Elimination round: Recurve Set-Play, Compound Match-Play, Practice starting at 8:30am with first rounds to start by 9:00am.
We should be finished by 5pm on Monday. Potential weather delays could cause this time to be later--please plan accordingly.
Registration fee: $80.00 (+$20 if you wish to participate in the optional 720 on Saturday)
So that's 3 720 rounds and match-play for $100!
Registration Deadline: May 8, 2019 Maximum 80 shooters
Registration is now closed.
No further changes or registrations will be accepted. The List of Registered Archers is complete. There will be no walk-ons allowed.
Looking forward to seeing everyone!
If you need to contact the Organizers for any reason, please send us an email.
If you only registered for Canada Cup and now you want shoot the extra 720? No problem! We can accept your cash payment at the field. Please mention this when you check-in.
(Open to pre-registered CanCup participants ONLY.)
Rounds and divisions:
Compound: World Archery Registered 2 x 50m 720 Round. (Double 720)
Recurve: World Archery Registered 2 x 70/60m 720 Round. (Double 720)
Age Categories: Senior, Junior, Cadet, Master
Double Elimination Set/Match Play for everyone (no cut).
- Senior/Junior combined
- Cadet/Master combined
Barebow could compete with the Recurve division, Compound Unlimited/Fixed Pins could compete with the Compound division but would need to meet the rules for allowable equipment (bow weight, arrow size, etc).
See Rules WA 11.1 and WA 11.2 in the Archery Canada Rule Book.
Dress Code will be enforced. See AC Rule 20 of the AC Rule Book for full details. A brief summary can be found on MORE INFO page.
As this is an Archery Canada sanctioned event, all Canadian competitors must be members-in-good-standing with Archery Canada and/or their Provincial Archery Associations. International athletes should be members of their national World-Archery-affiliated association.