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!
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.
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.
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.
Yankton, SD- The South Dakota Army National Guard completed their two-week Annual Training at the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Complex. These summer programs give the National Guard the opportunity to conduct training at various locations to maintain proficiency on the equipment in which they operate.