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Explore Downtown Cincinnati at Indoor Nationals


For the first time, the NFAA is hosting the Indoor National Championships in Cincinnati, OH at the Duke Energy Convention Center, located right in the heart of downtown where there are local restaurants and breweries, shopping and live music all within walking distance. Want to plan your trip so you get the most out of […]

Behind the Scenes at The Vegas Shoot


Andrea Vasquez — Las Vegas (USA) Each year, the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa transforms into the world’s largest indoor archery venue. Located in the southwest of Las Vegas valley, 15 minutes away from the famous Las Vegas Strip, the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa welcomes over 10,000 people, between archers, family, friends […]

Record Attendance, Another Win for Mr. Perfect at The Vegas Shoot


Even 51 years later, the world famous Vegas Shoot continues to be the largest world indoor archery tournament with nearly 3500 archers in attendance this year, breaking last year’s record of about 3100. Dutch archer Mike “Mr. Perfect” Schloesser claimed a 2nd Vegas Shoot title in the Championship Compound Open after previously winning in 2014. […]

Watch the Indoor World Cup Finals Live


In cooperation with the NFAA, World Archery will be live streaming the Indoor World Cup matches via YouTube beginning 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11. The stream will feature live coverage of the recurve and compound finals at the 2016/17 Indoor Archery World Cup Final in Las Vegas NV, USA. Archers shoot at a target 18 […]

Reasons Kids Should Practice Archery


Extracurricular activities in school are a vital part of upbringing and development for children. A Cambridge study found that students involved in extracurricular activities have more favorable perceptions of social-emotional security and suggest that these activities provide a safe environment for adolescent growth while preventing bad habits like smoking and drinking. Archery is a safe, […]

Win Prizes with #Road2Vegas Campaign


The 2017 Vegas shoot is just 4 weeks away and archers are getting ready for the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the world with over 3,000 novice to Olympic archers from around the globe. With hours of practice and preparation, the NFAA headquarters wants to see how you are preparing for Vegas. Weekly prizes […]

Advice From the Pros: Bridger Deaton


“No matter what level you are at, there is always something to learn. With that in mind, the best advice I can give is that you should always try to learn something when you pick up your bow, tournament or practice. It doesn’t always have to be something big, and it usually isn’t. But if […]

Thank You to our 2016 Service Pin Recipients


Each year the National Field Archery Association awards service pins to individuals that have been members for 10 years or more, in increments of 5 years. It is with sincere appreciation that we recognize the following members for their continued support of the National Field Archery Association.  Click here to view the full list of […]

Bitner Dedicates 65 Years to the NFAA


Sanford, MI – Robert M. (Bob) Bitner was introduced to archery at age of 14 by his Scoutmaster, Art Simpson. He directed Bob to an archery shop in downtown Chicago, where his first bow was purchased in September 1951. His first bow was a Bear bow with aluminum laminate in the limbs. The shop was […]

Bateman Celebrates 50 Years


Submitted by Earle Bateman III This year I received 50-year pins, 1 for Flo 1 for me. I was fortunate to have my wife Flo put up with me for 56 years, even though she said I had too many hobbies (31 to be exact). Flo was a good archer and still holds a state […]

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