Host Locations – Frequently Asked Questions
If you need to update this number, please contact us as soon as possible. We can update on the Sport80 registration.
If cancellations occur or additional spots are added, we will contact the waiting list in the order the requests are received.
If your location was previously sold out, we may have a waiting list of archers that would like to register at your location. We will give anyone on the waiting list preference (in the order the request was received) before opening to the general membership.
Once registration closes for each weekend, you will receive a list of your registrants with their contact information. You will then split them up on line times and notify them of their assignments. If you already know your line time schedule, we recommend publishing it on your event website or a Facebook event. Given this is a national championship, we highly encourage archers competing in the same division to be placed on the same line, but this is not required.
Here's how to create a public Facebook event:
1. From your News Feed, click Events in the left menu. 2. Click + Create Event on the left side. 3. Click Public Event, then click Next. Anyone will be able to see your event and search for it, even if you aren't friends. 4. Fill in the event name (ClubMailingAddress.City Location: NFAA Indoor National-Quarantine Edition), location, date, time and description. 5. Choose who can edit and post in your event and then click Create. You'll be taken to your event where you can invite guests, add a cover photo or video, share posts and edit event details. 6. Important step! Once the event is created, make sure to add National Field Archery Association as a co-host. This will allow the event to appear on the NFAA Facebook page. Under Additional Details click Event Settings and search National Field Archery Association in the Co-Hosts field. Save and Update event. NFAA hq will approve requests as they come in. 7. Use the event page to post event updates regarding your Indoor National location. 8. See an example event at https://fb.me/e/1y4AHZnVU.
All official rounds should be shot on the official Maple Leaf NFAA Indoor dual-spot target. Competition targets will be provided by the NFAA for all locations. This is to ensure that all archers are competing on a level playing field.
Colored scorecards will be turned in to the tournament official (at each location) within 30 minutes of the end of the assigned round. White scorecards should be kept by the archer until the official scores are posted at the conclusion of ALL location dates (approximately December 28, 2020). In the rare occasion that a scorecard is misplaced, it is the archer’s responsibility to submit a copy of their white scorecard for score verification. We are recommending that all archers take a photo of their white scorecard upon completion of the round.
The Host will mail the colored copy of each scorecard to the NFAA via a prepaid envelope. Scorecards must be postmarked no later than the Tuesday following competition. Failure to return the official scorecards to headquarters may result in a $50 late fee per day, charged to the Host.
To subscribe, text “join” to 605-250-3042 from your mobile device.
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