Effective today, Youth Members of the National Field Archery Association (NFAA) will be eligible to apply for a USA Archery Youth Membership (NFAA Members Only). This membership option is only available to NFAA Youth Members age 17 and under.
With more than 2,000 archers from 50 countries this was a record-shattering Vegas turnout. With surgical precision, Mike Schloesser (NED) became the first European shooter ever to take the $25,000 Vegas first place purse in a three way shoot-off against fellow Easton X27 shooters Rob Morgan and Sebastian Peineau (FRA). Schloesser, the current world outdoor champion, shot three perfect 10’s to clinch the Vegas title in the pressure-packed shoot-down finals.
As we head into the final leg of the 2014 3 Star Tour, only two archers remain clean and in pursuit of the $1,000,000 prize. Two perfect 600 rounds at the First Dakota Classic stand between archers Kris Schaff and Scott Starnes and $1,000,000. Schaff recently won the NFAA Indoor Nationals in an 8 person shoot off that included Starnes. Even though the $1,000,000 has yet to be claimed, Yankton's state-of-the-art indoor facility will make this year's race tighter than ever.
Tony Harbaugh is a straight shooter.
No, really. His arrow hits dead center just about every time.
Harbaugh, 59, of Jerome, ID took top honors in the 2014 Las Vegas Shoot’s Freestyle Unlimited Senior Championship Feb. 7-9. He finished with a total of 898 out of 900. The second-place winner finished with 897. This was Harbaugh’s second Vegas victory in his senior pro career. He also won in 2012. He took third in 2011 and second in 2013.
The NFAA is proud to announce that Lancaster Archery Supply has joined on as the official sponsor of the NFAA Indoor National's 2014 Practice with the Pros event.
Join us Friday, March 14 from 4:00-6:00pm at the Kentucky Int. Convention Center, for a practice and autograph session with your favorite NFAA Professional archers. The event is free and open to all youth archers, ages 17 and under. No sign up necessary.
Las Vegas, Nevada (February 10, 2014) – The 2014 NFAA “Vegas Shoot” and World Archery Festival was held in Las Vegas, Nevada February 7th through the 9th. The world renowned tournament, known as the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the entire world, pits the most accurate archers from around the globe in an intense 3-day competition with absolutely no room for error.
Vegas, it seems, has been on every archer’s mind lately. What makes Sin City so special for archery fans?
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.
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.
With over 2,000 registered athletes to date, The Vegas Shoot is set to welcome more competitors than ever to the South Point Casino and Hotel, for its huge open tournament – and last stage and Final of the Indoor Archery World Cup.