Age Classes

Age Classes 2020

Cubs – Athletes born in the year 2007 or since 2007
An athlete may compete in the Cub class in tournaments until December 31 of the year of his or her 13th birthday.

Intermediate – Athletes born in the years 2005 or 2006
An athlete may compete in the Intermediate class in tournaments until December 31 of the year of his or her 15th birthday.

Cadets – Athletes born in the years 2004 or 2003
An athlete may compete in the Cadet class in tournaments until December 31 of the year of his or her 17th birthday.

20 and Under (Junior) – Athletes born in the years 2000, 2001 or 2002
An athlete may compete in the Junior class in tournaments until December 31 of the year of his or her 20th birthday.

Open   – Athletes born in 1971 to 1999 inclusive
An athlete of any age may compete in the Open class in tournaments, but those born in the above years have no alternative.

Masters – Athletes born in the years 1961 to 1970
An athlete may compete in the Master class in tournaments from January 1 of the year of his or her 50th birthday and thereafter.

Veterans – Athletes born in the years 1951 to 1960
An athlete may compete in the Veteran class in tournaments from January 1 of the year of his or her 60th birthday and thereafter.

Veterans Plus – Athletes born in or prior to 1950
An athlete may compete in the Veteran class in tournaments from January 1 of the year of his or her 70th birthday and thereafter.

Notes:

  • Cubs can shoot as Cub, Intermediate, Cadet, 20 and Under (Junior2) or Open
  • Intermediates can shoot as Intermediate, Cadet, 20 and Under (Junior2) or Open
  • Cadets can shoot as Cadet, 20 and Under (Junior2) or Open
  • 20 and Under can shoot as 20 and Under (Junior2) or Open
  • Master can shoot as Master or Open
  • Veterans can shoot as Veteran, Master or Open
  • Veteran Plus can shoot as Veteran Plus, Veteran, Master or Open

Note 1: – Clubs and RGBs may develop younger or older age divisions to cater for their own needs. The age divisions above are the only age divisions recognised for Archery Australia Tournaments, National Records and National and Youth National Championships.

Note 2: – The term “Junior” is a World Archery term. In Australia it has been decided to call this classification “20 and under”. It is felt the term “Junior” may be confusing, as it is a general term for people who are not yet seniors (adults).

TARGET ROUNDS

The following target rounds are shot for each class and division for National Championships and other major events CLICK HERE.

WORLD ARCHERY FIELD ROUNDS

The following pegs are shot for each class and division for National Championships and other major events CLICK HERE

ARCHERY AUSTRALIA CLOUT ROUNDS

The following Clout rounds are shot for each class and division for National Championships and other major events CLICK HERE