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Compound Target Selection Processes

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The High Performance Committee establishes selection criteria governing the composition and selection of teams that will represent Canada in international competition. The Team Selection Policy outlines a clear, fair and transparent process to select Compound Target athletes to represent Canada at international competitions. This policy is further supported by event specific addendum.

Archery Canada is committed to selecting those athletes to represent Canada, who are best qualified to support the strategic goals and objectives of Archery Canada’s high performance program. The goals and objectives of Archery Canada may change depending on the event for which selection takes place. Such Goals and Objectives are described in the Addendum related to a particular event and its selection of athletes to that event.

For information or questions related to the Compound team programs (events, selection etc.) please contact:

Canadian Team Selection Policy - Compound Target Archery
2022 Compound Technical Leadership Team

Archery Canada is soliciting for Coaches and Team Managers to make up the annual leadership group for compound national team programs (youth & senior). The selected applicants will serve in coach & manager positions to National Team Events (regional/domestic/international), serve as program technical advisors, and lead regional development opportunities.

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2022 Compound Senior National Team - Selection Addendum

The selection addendum for the 2022 Compound Senior team can be found below:

Selection Addendum's - 2022 Event Specific Addendums
Major Games Quota and Qualification Procedures

2023 Pan American Games Qualification Procedures

Internal Nomination Procedures for Major Games

Internal Nomination Procedures for Major Games will be posted here when available.

Canadian Anti-Doping Program

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