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Canadian Records

Archery Canada is pleased to recognize Canadians who have achieved a Canadian Record in an Archery Competition.

New and Updated Canadian Indoor Records

New Canadian Championship (CC) and Open (CO) records (as of September 22, 2021)

Senior man compound: Austin Taylor from Winnipeg, MB in an indoor individual match with a score of 150 at the 2021 Mid-South conference indoor championship, KY, USA. 2021-01-31.

Cub boy compound : Emmett Kapaniuk from Whitehorse, YT in a 18m indoor round with a tie-score of 573. 2020-12-16

Pre-Cub girl barebow: Delia Therriault from Whitehorse,YT in a 18m indoor round with a score of 438. 2020-12-16

 

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New and Updated Canadian Outdoor Records

New Canadian Championship and Open Records

  • Senior woman recurve team qualification round: Stephanie Barrett, Virginie Chénier, Mariessa Pinto at the Pan-Am Games in Lima Peru with a score of 1860. 2019-08-12.
  • Senior recurve mixed team qualification: Stephanie Barrett, Crispin Duenas at the Pan-Am Games in Lima, Peru with a score of 1322. 2019-08-12.
  • Senior men recurve team qualification round: Crispin Duenas, Eric Peters, Brian Maxwell at the Guatemala Archery World Cup with a score of 1999. 2021-04-25.
  • Senior woman recurve: Stephanie Barrett from Mississauga, ON with a tie score of 652 shot in the second stage of the World Cup. 2021-05-19.
  • Senior man barebow: Billy Sanderson from Victoria, BC with a score of 227 shot at 35m. 2021-06-13.
  • Senior man barebow: Billy Sanderson from Victoria, BC with a score of 264 shot at 45m and a total of 789 in a CDN 900 round. 2021-06-27.
  • Cub woman compound: Madelynn Holkema from Edmonton, AB in a 720 round with a score of 683. 2021-07-31.
  • Cub woman compound: Madelynn Holkema from Edmonton, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 400. 2021-08-01.
  • Senior man compound: Cory Smandych from Calgary, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 412. 2021-08-01.
  • Cub woman barebow: Madisen Minks from Spruce Grove, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 159. 2021-08-01.
  • Senior woman instinctive: Melissa Minks from Spruce Grove, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 115. 2021-08-01.
  • Master 60+ woman recurve: Lucie Filion from Edmonton, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 225. 2021-08-01.
  • Senior man compound unlimited: Chris Drewes from Hinton, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 395. 2021-08-01.
  • Pre-cub boy barebow: Riley Richard from Plamondon, AB in a CDN Field Round with a score of 64. 2021-08-01.
  • Senior man compound: Andrew Fagan from Baltimore, ON in a CDN Field Round with a score of 417. 2021-08-21.
  • Senior woman barebow: Angela Foley from Surrey, BC in a 720 round with a score of 502. 2021-08-28.
  • Master woman barebow: Angela Foley from Surrey, BC in a 720 round with a score of 502. 2021-08-28.
  • Master 60+ woman barebow: Angela Foley from Surrey, BC in a 720 round with a score of 502. 2021-08-28.
  • Senior woman para recurve open: Carolyn Lindner from Winnipeg, MB in a 720 round with a score of 412. 2021-09-11.
  • Senior woman barebow: Olivia Coombe from Toronto, ON in a 720 round with a score of 511. 2021-09-11.
  • Master 60+ man barebow: Lloyd Polack from Vernon, BC in a 720 round with a score of 592. 2021-09-11.

Congratulations to all

 

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How to claim a record

Claims for records must be sent to the Archery Canada Records Coordinator within 30 days of the tournament in question. A claim for a record will contain:

  • Athlete’s name 
  • Athlete’s AC number;
  • Athlete’s year of birth;
  • Athlete’s mailing address;
  • Athlete’s shooting discipline and category (division, gender, age);
  • Specification of the record being claimed (distance(s) and/or total;
  • Name, description, place and date of the tournament;
  • Name of a Judge at the tournament
  • A Copy of the original scorecard, signed by the athlete and by the person who completed the scorecard, or by the second scorer if the athlete claiming the record was the scorer. The name of the witness or second scorer should be printed legibly on the card or in the record claim.

Records may be granted up to 180 days following a tournament if substantiating evidence is provided in addition to the above information. (See rule 5.5.2)