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The 2014 Vegas Shoot Shatters Registration Records

Submitted by Brittany Salonen on Sat, 02/01/2014 - 16:35

With 5 days left to register, the 2014 Vegas Shoot has already shattered the previous year’s record of 1,800 shooters by nearly 300 additional registrants. The 2014 event is on track to hit over 2,200 archers, representing over 35 different countries. The 2014 Vegas Shoot offers the World’s largest indoor purse ever with a projected payout of $250,000 in cash and prizes.

584 ARCHERS SET NEW ATTENDANCE RECORD at the 20th Anniversary of the Iowa Pro AM

Submitted by NFAAUSA on Wed, 01/29/2014 - 00:00

The 20th Anniversary of the Iowa Pro Am, saw a new attendance record being set as this popular event continues to show growth despite grounded planes and bad weather in the eastern part of the US. All participating archers received a 20th anniversary pin. Once again the Hy-Vee center in Des Moines provided a roomy fantastic facility for the Pro Am that features a 360 round shot on the NFAA face the 1st day and a 330 round shot on a Vegas face the 2nd day.

NFAA Foundation Raffle Offers up to $7,500 in Prizes

Submitted by Brittany Salonen on Thu, 11/21/2013 - 13:04

The NFAA Foundation is now selling raffle tickets for their 2014 Raffle to benefit the Scholarship and Museum Funds. Tickets are priced at $10 for 1 or $100 for 12. For any questions, contact the NFAA Foundation at 605-260-9282. The Winner will be chosen at the IFAA World Field Championships on August 9, 2014.

Remembering Marihelen Rogers

Submitted by Josh Stroschein on Thu, 11/07/2013 - 12:22

The National Field Archery Association wishes to extend our sincere condolences to the family of Marihelen Rogers. Marihelen and her husband MJ worked for the NFAA for fifteen years. Representing the NFAA as the Executive Secretary, Editor of Archery Magazine and Tournament and Events Coordinator; Marihelen had a tremendous sense of appreciation for her friends in the archery world.

First Time at The Vegas Shoot?

Submitted by Josh Stroschein on Mon, 10/07/2013 - 16:17

Headed out to The Vegas Shoot for the first time? You may be nervous, but it should be a good nervous. This is an experience that an archer should have at least once….and, if you shoot it once, you’ll want to do it again.

Notice Anything Different?

Submitted by Brittany Salonen on Thu, 08/29/2013 - 15:14

Welcome to the new and improved National Field Archery Association website. As we near our 75th anniversary, we are inspired to take our organization into 2014 by introducing a brand new site that focuses on providing up to date information regarding NFAA events, news, rules & regulations. As a part of our commitment to better serve our members, our developers and marketing team have been working hard to deliver a better online experience!

Big Sky Open: Terhune is 'Smokin Happy'

Submitted by Brittany Salonen on Wed, 08/28/2013 - 14:20

Grand Junction, CO- “Holding off the wolves” was not in his vocabulary before, but it became apparent the moment he stepped on the line to shoot his first round of competition at the 33rd annual Big Sky Archery Open in Grand Junction, CO June 15, 2013.   It was a definitive moment in time for Jeremy Terhune, from the small town of Rozet, Wyoming.  Terhune had the feeling this weekend definitely belonged to him. 

Congrats to the 2013 NFAA Shooters of the Year

Submitted by Josh Stroschein on Fri, 08/02/2013 - 21:55

The NFAA recently announced the 2013 Professional and Amateur Shooters of the Year. The winners are determined on the highest combined scores from the following five 2013 NFAA tournaments: The Vegas Shoot, Indoor Nationals, First Dakota Classic, Marked 3D Nationals and Outdoor Nationals.

Easton and NFAA Foundations Award Over $20,000 in Scholarships

Submitted by Josh Stroschein on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 23:07

Yankton, SD- The Easton Foundations and the National Field Archery Association Foundation are pleased to announce the 2012 Archery Scholarship Recipients. $20,500 in total scholarships was awarded to 14 student athletes in middle school, high school, or higher educational programs. All recipients compete with a compound or recurve bow. The individual scholarships awarded ranged in amounts from $500 to $2,750.