Archery Canada Forms/Downloads
This page contains many forms and important downloadable templates for Archery Activities in Canada. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tournament Specific Forms
- Indoor 18/25 M
- Canadian 300
- Regional Indoor 18M
- World Archery 1440
- Canadian Double Elimination
- 720 Round
- Canadian 1200 Round (3 arrow ends)
- Canadian 1200 Round (6 arrow ends)
- Canadian 900 Round (3 arrow ends)
- Canadian 900 Round (6 arrow ends)
- T2S 900
- T2S 900 (6 arrow ends)
- Round Robin
- Field & Field Rules Summary
- Single Elimination
- Olympic Round
- 3D Indoor 27 Target
- 3D Indoor 20 Target
- 3D Outdoor 27 target
- 3D Outdoor 20 target
- Fred Usher Cup
- Canadian Open
- IFAA Score Reporting Card: Front / Back
- Score card ASA Federation 20 target score card
Canadian 900 Control Report 900controlsheetv2010
Canadian 1200 Control Report 1200controlsheetv2010
Fita Shooting Control Report FITAcontrolsheetv2010
Shooting Control Sheet 18m And 25 M Indoor Target Round SHOOTING_CONTROL_SHEET_INDOORS_18_25M
720 Round Control Report – Wa 70/60/50m Round 720controlsheetvoct2015
National Championship Hosting Manual
Administrative Forms and Downloads
Expense and Financial Forms
The following form is required for volunteer screening along with other identified requirements per the AC Screening Policy.
The following form is a recommended form for use in club or at events in case of an injury, incident or otherwise to record the particulars. Such forms may be submitted to your PTSO or Archery Canada for filing. It is recommended to store such files for up to 10 years.
FORM-AC Incident Report PDF Version
Form-AC Incident Report Word version
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Archery Canada is the national sport governing body for Archery in Canada, including all aspects of High-Performance (recurve and compound), 3D, and Field archery as well as those new to archery. Among its responsibilities, the association selects and prepares Canada’s teams that participate in international competitions including Continental Championships, World Championships and major multi-sport Games (ie. Olympic Games).