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FEATURES April / May 2007 VEGAS 2007 Featuring tournament scores and photo highlights .................................5 FROM THE PRESIDENTS DESK by Bruce Cull ...........................................16 NFAA CALENDAR OF EVENTS ...............20 NFAA HEADQUARTERS REPORT ...........20 METHODS OF MEASURING DRAW STRENGTH by Bernie Pellerite ...................................21

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SECTIONAL NEWS ..................................26 “ASAP” After School Archery Program and club application form ......................................35 NOSTALGIA CORNER NFAA and the Golden Rule by Paul Davison .......................................37 SHOOT AGGRESSIVELY by Terry Wunderle ...................................38 DOUBLE ROBIN HOOD! A Robin Hood Extraordinaire by Dr. Mike Fennell .................................41

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BOWHUNTERS SHOWCASE by Tim Atwood........................................42 SECOND CHANCE GRIZZLY by Fred Eichler ........................................50 TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FORMS

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Vegas junior winners. Photo copyright 2007 Greg Neilson.

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Thursday: It all started Thursday morning when we headed off in the car to Vegas for the 2007 World Archery Festival (WAF). We stopped for lunch at a Subway and then drove on towards the Hoover Dam. Once we got to Vegas, 4 hours later, we set our stuff in the Circus Circus hotel room and headed off to practice in the Rivera’s WAF Shooter’s Hall. I could not wait to start shooting. Once I got to my designated shooting area, I caught up with some of my friends and talked with them for awhile. As soon as I got my target, I found an open lane and started practicing. Overall, practice went well. I had to make some sight adjustments, but after that, I shot great. After practice, we found a good place for dinner and then headed back to our hotel for a good night’s sleep. Friday: We got up early and found a nice place for breakfast. Then we went back to our room, got my archery gear and packed it into the car. On the way back to the WAF, we stopped to buy tickets for Blue Man Group later that night—they are supposed to be really good! Once we got our tickets, we headed off to the Riviera. In the Shooter’s Hall, we found the rest of the Straight N Arrow (SNA) team; every-

one was excited and only a little nervous. We had to wait until the 10 am archers finished before we started practice, so we only got two ends of practice in before scoring. I didn’t shoot as well as I had been in practice. I finally figured out halfway through the round, that my sight was too high. Once I fixed my sight, I was able to start shooting much better. Once the day’s shooting was completed, we headed back to the hotel to get ready for a nice dinner and Blue Man Group! We decided to go to a Benihana’s for dinner for he first time. It was a lot of fun and the food was excellent. The chef can sure make the food fly! After dinner, we had to rush off to make the show in time and we made it with only a few minutes to spare. The show was amazing, loud, exciting and very funny. Once the show ended two hours later, we went back to our hotel to “sleep fast”—I had to shoot at 7:30 am Saturday morning. Saturday: That morning I got up at 5 am since I had to start shooting at 7:30 am. After we got ready, we stopped for a quick breakfast at McDonald’s and quickly went Archery Magazine April/May 2007 5


back to the WAF for my last day of shooting. Once I got set up, I got my target and started practice. I was very happy with how I was shooting, and was eager to start scoring. I shot very well the second day, no big mistakes, and I got a higher score. After the shooting was over, I went over to the high speed video room and had them tape me shooting from different viewpoints. We were able to learn a lot from that video and I would recommend it to every archer. Watching yourself let go, watching an arrow fly, watching your bow hand—each of the different view shoots taught me something about my shooting technique. I think that is one reason why I love archery so much—I can always learn something new. After the high speed video taping, I took a look at my standings, I took fifth place individually. Our team took first place in the AZ State JOAD Team Competition and I was ecstatic. After I looked at the scores and relaxed a bit, we headed back into the Shooter’s Hall for the awards ceremony. It great was seeing all the archers who placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd individually and then be-

ing part myself of a team that won 1st place. After the awards, a professional photographer took our team picture. All the winners at the WAF will have their photos in the next USA Archery magazine. That night our whole team went over to Circus Circus to the Adventuredome Theme park. I had a great time and rode my first roller coaster! We enjoyed some more rides, played in the arcade, had some great food and just had a blast with all of our friends! We stayed there until about 11:30 pm and then figured we had better get some sleep for the ride home tomorrow. Sunday: We got up late, packed up all of our stuff, checked out and then went to a late breakfast—more like brunch actually. After that, we headed back home and stopped to go on the Hoover Dam Tour and had some ice cream; both of which were a nice break from sitting in the car. I had a great time on this trip; I had even more fun than last year. I am really looking forward to next year and I hope we will be able to bring even more kids so they can enjoy it just as much as I did!

2007 VEGAS SHOOT RESULTS FLIGHT

NAME

STATE CNTRY

Championship Barebow 1 DAVID HUGHES TX 1 RICH ECKENBURG CA 1 TEDDY KIBEL CO 1 RICK STARK VA 1 CHUCK SCIACCA CA 1 GILBERT WILSON IN 1 TOM DALEY CA 1 BRADLEY MARSHALL NC 1 TOM JOHNSON MN 1 JAN SCIACCA CA 1 MARK APPLEGATE CA 1 JOSE ORTIZ TX 1 CHARLEY WASHBURN CA 1 RHONDA WALL TX 1 LOUIS TRAVIS IN 1 ALAN PAUL CT 1 REBECCA NELSON-HARRIS CA 1 CRYSTAL ROSARIO CA 1 RICHARD LUCANGIOLI CO 1 JOHNNIE HOEFT AZ 1 MONTY HEISHMAN TX 1 STEPHEN RUIS CA 1 SHUMPEI MURAKAMI TY 1 MICHAEL ORLIC NJ 1 JERRY BARR KY 1 LARRY ROLUFS CA 1 TED LADELPHA ON

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TOT XS PLCE

USA 834 USA 830 USA 829 USA 828 USA 828 USA 824 USA 820 USA 816 USA 814 USA 807 USA 800 USA 800 USA 796 USA 795 USA 779 USA 778 USA 758 USA 742 USA 735 USA 724 USA 721 USA 714 JAPAN 642 USA 624 USA 611 USA 531 CN 524

21 1 22 2 13 3 22 4 16 5 16 6 17 7 13 8 17 9 14 10 8 11 8 12 12 13 8 14 6 15 7 16 10 17 9 18 10 19 9 20 8 21 4 22 2 23 2 24 4 25 2 26 2 27

AWARD

1,700.00 900.00 400.00 270.00 230.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

FLIGHT

NAME

STATE CNTRY

1 JIM BROWN FL 1 RONALD WEST DC. 1 DARYL HARRIS CA Championship Bowhunter Freestyle 1 KEITH BROWN NC 1 TIM GILLINGHAM UT 1 JEFF HUMAN NY 1 EVAN BAIZE KY 1 JASON LADD MI 1 ADAM HAYDEN TN 1 JOHN HAMILTON WI 1 ERIC GRIGGS MA 1 JUDD WATHEN UT 1 MATT SCHMITZ WA 1 DAVID GRAVLIN MA 1 KENNY SOWELL CO 1 BILL HAKL MN 1 SHANE AUMAN AR 1 JOEY VAUGHN ID 1 MIKE LEONARD NM 1 CHRIS BERRY MO 1 THOMAS GOMEZ TX 1 BILL LEWIS NE 1 STEVEN STARK VA 1 STEVEN CHRISTIAN MO 1 JASON REED CO 1 MIKE SCARSELLA NM 1 DARREN COLLINS KS

TOT XS PLCE

AWARD

USA USA USA

514 10 28 443 1 29 380 1 30

0.00 0.00 0.00

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

898 897 896 895 895 895 895 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 894 892 891 889 888 888 887 886

56 1 2,500.00 67 2 1,100.00 59 3 920.00 62 4 735.00 60 5 625.00 60 6 540.00 54 7 420.00 65 8 390.00 62 9 340.00 61 10 300.00 59 11 270.00 59 12 245.00 57 13 215.00 57 14 200.00 55 15 0.00 52 16 0.00 48 17 0.00 54 18 0.00 56 19 0.00 51 20 0.00 51 21 0.00 44 22 0.00 41 23 0.00 56 24 0.00

FLIGHT

NAME

STATE CNTRY

1 BOB ALT MI 1 ROB ROMERO CA 1 KAM CHANTHAKHOUN OR 1 KENNETH KAYS IN 1 DANIEL REED MI 1 KEVIN EVANS BC 1 RAMIE HAINES WY 1 RICK COOK IN 1 CODY SMITH MO 1 JASON URADOMO HI 1 JASON FEVELLA HI 1 RANDY BROWN OR 1 NATHAN TAYLOR TX 1 DEBRA SIELOFF FL 1 JEFF THRUN MN 1 BRENT PAINE CO Bowhunter Freestyle Flights 1 KURT GEIST CO 1 RANDY RAGLIN CA 1 MARK WAGNER IA 1 ALLAN SWANSON NM 1 DAVID NELSON OR 1 KERRY BAIRD ID 1 CHERYL SMITH OH 1 AARON DAVIS CA 1 RICHY BURKE KY 1 WILLIAM GRIESEMER PA 1 MACLAIN LUCK UT 1 BRANDON SANDBAK MT 1 ROB RIEDEL MN 1 PAUL WOOD CO 1 JOE DAMPIER ON 1 MARK GAMBY OH 1 BRADLEY HUMPHREY NC 1 BRET MORAN AZ 1 MONTE CLARK UT 1 SCOTT BRADFORD LA 1 DANIEL UPTON MT 1 DILLON SETHER CO 1 BRAD BALDWIN CO 1 TOM FOREMAN MI 1 NELSON MENGEL MD 1 SCOTT WEATHERSPOON UT 1 JAY HAYDEN UT 1 KELLY ZERBE PA 2 JULENE HAKL MN 2 BOBBY VARGAS AZ 2 BILL TIEFENTHALER MT 2 DWIGHT COPPOCK AK 2 JEREMY BEARD NV 2 AL BODLE MT 2 OMNI WARNER NM 2 RON GRIMES AZ 2 LEE SPLUDE WI 2 WILLIAM MOREHEAD CA 2 DONALD DETERMAN MN 2 JONATHAN MCCONNELL CO 2 TOBY MEDLEY OH 2 MONTY SPEAKMAN CO 2 BOB SHIPMAN IA 2 STEVE JENKINS TX 2 MATTHEW HAMILTON WI 2 KEVIN BYINGTON NE 2 TONY MANSFIELD CO 2 JOHN KIRSE MO 2 DOUG PALMER UT 2 LARRY WYRICK TX 2 DEE YOUNG IN 2 GLENN SEVERSON OR 2 RICH ARPIN KS 2 RONNY YURONG NV 2 TRACY HARDY AZ 2 RICK WILLS MD 2 GEOFFREY STEPHENSON WY 3 GARY GILMORE IN 3 JONATHAN MORGAN NC 3 BERNIE VAN GYLSWYK BC 3 CLYDE MITSTIFER PA 3 ROY ABBOTT CO 3 DENNIS HOWELL CO 3 JOHN NATOLLY MD 3 LORI PARTSCH CA 3 MICHAEL WEBSTER MT 3 JOHN SARKISIAN JR. CO 3 SHANE KINSEL WY

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AWARD

USA USA USA USA USA CN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

886 886 885 884 884 882 882 880 879 878 877 869 869 855 831 796

53 25 41 26 44 27 46 28 42 29 45 30 41 31 41 32 31 33 37 34 34 35 35 36 19 37 27 38 18 39 11 40

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

896 895 893 893 892 892 891 890 890 889 889 889 888 888 888 886 886 885 885 885 885 885 885 883 883 883 873 878 886 884 881 880 880 879 879 879 879 879 879 878 878 877 877 876 876 875 874 874 874 873 873 871 871 869 869 868 865 873 873 873 871 871 871 869 868 868 866 866

57 1 1,200.00 57 2 650.00 65 3 485.00 53 4 345.00 63 5 300.00 46 6 240.00 49 7 205.00 53 8 175.00 49 9 0.00 58 10 0.00 50 11 0.00 46 12 0.00 51 13 0.00 44 14 0.00 40 15 0.00 48 16 0.00 46 17 0.00 52 18 0.00 45 19 0.00 43 20 0.00 43 21 0.00 39 22 0.00 34 23 0.00 51 24 0.00 45 25 0.00 41 26 0.00 41 27 0.00 43 28 0.00 44 1 600.00 37 2 325.00 49 3 250.00 44 4 190.00 39 5 150.00 42 6 120.00 41 7 100.00 40 8 85.00 38 9 0.00 38 10 0.00 31 11 0.00 39 12 0.00 37 13 0.00 41 14 0.00 39 15 0.00 41 16 0.00 36 17 0.00 48 18 0.00 40 19 0.00 36 20 0.00 32 21 0.00 31 22 0.00 28 23 0.00 31 24 0.00 30 25 0.00 44 26 0.00 33 27 0.00 31 28 0.00 46 29 0.00 29 1 400.00 28 2 230.00 28 3 165.00 32 4 125.00 31 5 105.00 31 6 85.00 31 7 70.00 30 8 60.00 28 9 0.00 41 10 0.00 36 11 0.00

FLIGHT

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

NAME

STATE CNTRY

GREGORY ROSA KS CORY COLLINS CO TRAVIS DAIN AZ DOUG FINLEY MN JON CANNON GA BYRON HUNT KY BRYAN ZELLER NY ED HOLLINGWORTH QLD TODD HULM AZ SHORTY FABER SD JOHN MARTIN CA MATT BASSETT ID ROBERT STOCKTON CO JILL TRIPLETT OH NOAH LANGE WI ALLEN RASOR AZ PRESCOTT IMES AZ DAVID WOLF NM TOM WAGNER NV KARL RECKNAGEL OK BRIAN TACHIBANA HI REGGIE PUCKETT TN BEN ENGLISH OR DEMETRIOS MELLOS CO RANDALL JOHNSON UT THAD RUDD MI WILLIAM BERSHINSKY WY FRANK MAZZA AZ CORY BRUNSON UT FRANCIS PARTSCH CA MINDI ENGLISH OR ELIOT DALTON UT SHANE MUELLER CO DOUG BAUMER CO DAN GILLESPIE CA KC LOWHAM UT RICHARD AITKEN CO RAY C MORELAND NM JOSE GUERRA TX REGINA MONTOYA CO HUGH JOHNSON GA GREG BETTENCOURT CA PEGEEN LEFEVER JOSH GOUDZWAARD AZ KATHY FABER SD JARED CUSTER UT PHILLIP DALRYMPLE AZ JOHNNIE ZWEYGARDT CO JEFF DYSINGER AZ SHELLEY KWASNYCIA BC DAVID WALKER AK SALVADOR DURAN AZ NOLAN KEE CA ALFRED BRAUN BC SAMMIE HULM AZ ALAN BREWER AZ JASON MARIETTI UT LE ROY PETERS FL CLAUDIA BEENY UT JAMES H. SWANSON NM TERRY ZERBE PA EDWARD VIGIL NM KRISS TRIPP NE JANA NUSSBAUM CO JUSTIN KEIFFER AZ KATHY POTTER MO STEVE PHILLIPS OR CINDY ROBERTS LA T.C. TURNER AZ NORMAN KEE AK BOB MARREEL OR SCOTT LESTER AZ DEBRA BRACKINS MI DUSTIN HALLIBURTON AZ JERRY SLAUGH UT DANNY WHEELER UT BILLY GALLEGOS NM KEITH LEINGANG AZ CATHY WINDOW LA STEVE HENDRIX CO NEAL PETERS WI RACHEL HANSON MN RICHARD LEYBA UT FRANK SODIC CO BO HALLIBURTON AZ

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA AUS USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

TOT XS PLCE

866 866 866 865 864 864 864 864 863 863 863 863 860 860 859 858 855 577 574 866 864 864 862 862 861 861 858 858 858 857 857 855 854 854 853 853 852 850 850 849 848 848 845 842 842 846 844 843 843 841 839 839 838 837 837 836 833 833 833 832 832 831 829 826 822 822 821 819 819 818 818 816 811 805 811 811 808 806 802 799 796 793 793 792 788

35 12 30 13 27 14 32 15 35 16 32 17 27 18 25 19 32 20 30 21 30 22 29 23 25 24 24 25 19 26 25 27 21 28 19 29 18 30 39 1 33 2 25 3 40 4 22 5 24 6 20 7 34 8 27 9 23 10 24 11 22 12 20 13 28 14 19 15 26 16 22 17 27 18 28 19 27 20 22 21 33 22 23 23 28 24 16 25 15 26 22 1 24 2 23 3 20 4 28 5 21 6 15 7 20 8 30 9 16 10 16 11 24 12 17 13 15 14 18 15 14 16 20 17 17 18 16 19 19 20 13 21 21 22 20 23 15 24 17 25 15 26 17 27 10 28 14 29 21 1 16 2 17 3 11 4 15 5 11 6 14 7 10 8 8 9 11 10 16 11

AWARD

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 325.00 185.00 150.00 120.00 90.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 235.00 130.00 100.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 175.00 100.00 75.00 55.00 45.00 35.00 30.00 25.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

6 COLETTE WEISER MN USA 6 CLINTON SUSKEY JR CO USA 6 BRIAN BROOKS CA USA 6 EDDIE ARTHURS CA USA 6 DORI PREIS CA USA 6 WENDY TRUITT WA USA 6 NICOLE BASSETT ID USA 6 JAN SANDER CO USA 6 MARIO RIOS TX USA 6 MARY JUDD OR USA 6 CINEY WARFEL WA USA 6 CRAIG SHAEFER SD 6 STEVEN MERTZ AK USA 6 MERLIN OSWALD KS USA Cub Female Freestyle 1 PAIGE PEARCE CA USA 1 HUNTER JACKSON MI USA 1 CATHERINE THOMAS OR USA 1 JESSIE MCCAMEY UT USA 1 SKYLAR VAN PATTER AZ USA Cub Female Freestyle Ltd 1 SCHUYLER COMBS TX USA Cub Female Recurve 1 SHELBY MACK CA USA Cub Male Freestyle 1 ELLIOT CULL SD USA 1 AUSTIN NAZABAL CA USA 1 ZACHARY OLIVER CA USA 1 CHRIS WIGER MN USA 1 BLAKE ZOUCHA AZ USA 1 TAYLEN WARNER NM USA 1 DYLAN MORGAN CO USA 1 CARLTON BAIRD ID USA 1 COLTEN BELL AZ USA 1 ANDY DAYTON MI USA 1 COLT VAN PATTER AZ USA 1 ANDREW BARNHART NY USA 1 TRISTEN HOLMES CO USA 1 TRISTAN STEPP AZ USA 1 JUSTIN LALANDE AZ USA 1 KADEN PEARCE CA USA 1 SETH SCHROEDER IA USA 1 BRYCE SANDBAK MT USA 1 KURSH COTONUTS CO USA 1 CORBIN PREIS CA USA 1 AARON DE JONG CO USA Cub Male Freestyle Ltd 1 ANDRE GAUTHIER AZ USA Cub Male Recurve 1 JACOB BOWERS CA USA 1 JACOB SHUPP AZ USA 1 ALEX THOMAS OR USA 1 DUGAN DENTON MT USA Championship Freestyle Female 1 MARY HAMM TX USA 1 KELLY WARD NC USA 1 CHRISTIE COLIN NY USA 1 CAMILLA SOEMOD ÅRHUS DEN 1 HOLLY PAGEL MN USA 1 JAMIE VAN NATTA OH USA 1 CONNIE CALLOWAY TN USA 1 TIFFANY REEVES MT USA 1 GLADYS WILLEMS BRABANT BELG 1 DAWN GROSZKO AB CAN 1 TINA HUNTZINGER MI USA 1 ERIKA ANSCHUTZ NE USA 1 NANCY ZORN IL USA 1 ROBYN REPP AZ USA 1 GINGER MOREHEAD KS USA 1 GEORGIANA WITT TX USA 1 LINDSAY CHRISTENSEN ID USA 1 DORIS JONES MB CAN 1 JAHNA DAVIS MT USA 1 DIANE GALLAGHER NJ USA 1 MARTHA LORENCE OH USA 1 SUE BERFIELD NV USA 1 SHELLEY SAXWOLD MI USA 1 DIANE WATSON FL USA 1 DIANE DAVIS UT USA 1 JENNIE RICHARDSON KY USA 1 STEPHANIE GALLAGHER NJ USA 1 SONYA DECRAMER MN USA 1 SHERRY HOTT TX USA 1 SHAUNA MORGAN MT USA 1 KAREN DEMARIS OR USA

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AWARD

781 781 780 767 764 757 755 753 729 612 558 533 404 296

9 12 9 13 18 14 9 15 9 16 8 17 11 18 12 19 10 20 4 21 1 22 8 23 6 24 16 25

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

582 579 492 533 353

30 17 3 8 3

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

465 7

0.00

435 1

0.00

419 525 185 572 315 323 442 405 107 562 481 549 412 529 486 502 559 392 238 257 546

1 10 0 19 1 1 1 4 0 17 5 10 0 6 3 8 11 1 0 2 11

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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68 1 2,200.00 66 2 1,000.00 65 3 900.00 59 4 680.00 61 5 590.00 75 6 480.00 66 7 385.00 62 8 330.00 58 9 270.00 57 10 245.00 52 11 220.00 61 12 200.00 54 13 0.00 51 14 0.00 54 15 0.00 39 16 0.00 50 17 0.00 61 18 0.00 49 19 0.00 41 20 0.00 52 21 0.00 47 22 0.00 44 23 0.00 40 24 0.00 38 25 0.00 44 26 0.00 33 27 0.00 40 28 0.00 39 29 0.00 35 30 0.00 37 31 0.00

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1 RHONDA CALHOUN TX USA 1 KATHY PINDELL IL USA 1 LUCY HOLDERNESS HERTS ENG 1 STINA ANDREWS WI USA 1 CRYSTAL PARKER WA USA 1 CANDACE MC INTOSH MB CAN 1 SAMANTHA GOODWIN LUX LUX 1 SHEILA HARRIS W MID ENG 1 HEATHER ANGEL-FOSTER CA USA 1 ANDREA GALES SUR GBR 1 SATOKO TENJIN HIR JAP 1 MELETTA CRAN WI USA 1 SUSAN MATHIS SC USA 1 STEPHANIE STRATMAN CA USA 1 MAKIKO KANAYAMA HIR JAP Championship Freestyle Male 1 CHANCE BEAUBOUEF TN USA 1 JEFF WARD CO USA 1 DARRIN CHRISTENBERRY IN USA 1 JESSE BROADWATER PA USA 1 BOB EYLER MI USA 1 ROB MORGAN MT USA 1 JACKIE WHITE MO USA 1 JAMES RUS MI USA 1 MICHAEL ANDERSON IA USA 1 JEDD GRESHOCK PA USA 1 SERGIO PAGNI PIS ITALY 1 GRANT SCHLEUSNER WI USA 1 MARTIN DAMSBO ÅRHUS DEN 1 GEORGE RYALS NY USA 1 JEFF HOPKINS DE USA 1 JASON CARBAUGH PA USA 1 KALE HEUTON IA USA 1 CHRIS WHITE WAR GBR 1 SCOTT STARNES IN USA 1 PATRIZIO HOFER SWZ 1 DUANE PRICE WI USA 1 NATHAN BROOKS AR USA 1 GARY SMITH JR. OH USA 1 KEVIN POLISH PA USA 1 REO WILDE ID USA 1 RUSSELL PAYNE TX USA 1 TONY TAZZA PA USA 1 JOSH HUGHES CA USA 1 ROGER WILLET, JR VA USA 1 ROBERT WOLFRAM IL USA 1 JIMMY BUTTS NY USA 1 ANTHONY CLEM CO USA 1 DAVID GANSCHOW WI USA 1 ROGER HOYLE UT USA 1 DAVE COUSINS ME USA 1 KEITH TRAIL NC USA 1 BRADEN GELLENTHIEN MA USA 1 MICHAEL BRADEN TX USA 1 DAVID STEPP AZ USA 1 JOSH SCHAFF MT USA 1 LOGAN WILDE ID USA 1 DAVID ROTH MI USA 1 JOE DETERMAN MN USA 1 DIETMAR TRILLUS ONT CAN 1 ERIC OSMONDSON IA USA 1 LENNY SIMMONS MD USA 1 DOUGLAS MONTELEONE NY USA 1 CHRIS OOSTERLINCK CA USA 1 PERRY HARPRING IN USA 1 TONY HARBAUGH ID USA 1 ROD MENZER WI USA 1 JOSHUA DICKERSON MI USA 1 JOHN DUDLEY WI USA 1 DARRYLL DIEHL VA USA 1 KELSY JOHNSON OH USA 1 THOMAS NEWKIRK NY USA 1 DOUG WILLIAMS NY USA 1 JOSH MILLER WI USA 1 CHARLES MONGER PA USA 1 JEREMIAH MCCONNELL CO USA 1 CURTIS BOYCHUK ONT CAN 1 AARON YOST VA USA 1 JACK WALLACE OH USA 1 KENDALL WOODY VA USA 1 STEVE WAGNER CA USA 1 BENTON CHRISTENSEN ID USA 1 DALE JONES PA USA 1 ANDY TURNQUIST WY USA 1 KEVIN WILKEY UT USA

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38 32 43 33 37 34 34 35 29 36 34 37 30 38 33 39 26 40 33 41 31 42 28 43 13 44 15 45 10 46

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

1079 97 1 1078 76 2 1077 82 3 1019 90 4 1019 86 5 1019 75 6 1019 74 7 1018 78 8 989 85 9 989 83 10 989 81 11 989 79 12 989 77 13 987 69 14 959 76 15 959 76 16 929 70 17 899 85 18 899 80 19 899 77 20 899 77 21 899 76 22 899 75 23 899 75 24 899 73 25 899 73 26 899 72 27 899 71 28 899 70 29 899 69 30 899 69 31 899 69 32 899 67 33 898 79 34 898 78 35 898 77 36 898 77 37 898 76 38 898 76 39 898 75 40 898 74 41 898 74 42 898 73 43 898 72 44 898 71 45 898 71 46 898 70 47 898 70 48 898 70 49 898 70 50 898 69 51 898 69 52 898 67 53 898 67 54 898 66 55 898 65 56 898 65 57 898 64 58 898 64 59 898 63 60 898 63 61 898 62 62 897 74 63 897 72 64 897 72 65 897 71 66 897 71 67 897 71 68 897 68 69

4,500.00 5,700.00 2,300.00 1,050.00 885.00 860.00 810.00 775.00 725.00 705.00 580.00 550.00 530.00 500.00 470.00 450.00 420.00 400.00 380.00 360.00 330.00 300.00 280.00 270.00 255.00 245.00 235.00 225.00 210.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

875 874 874 874 874 873 873 865 860 858 857 854 838 825 808

NAME

STATE CNTRY

RICHARD LEFTWICH VA MARK POLING CA HUGO BARRIENTOS IA NSHAN THOMPSON MO RAY TENBROOK CO ZAK KURTZHALS UT WAYNE RISNER OH DEJAN SITAR SLOV ANDREW CALLAWAY WI JEREMY DRAPER MI BRIAN LOVELY IN MIKE GERARD MT BRANDON REYES VA JIM PRUITTE GA SHANE WILLS MD JOHNNY INGRAM TX WILLIAM PELLEGRINO CO BILLY MUNSON IL RICHARD VOGT MAN ERIC LYDEEN MN BEN HOBBS CA ANDREW WILSON AK RICHARD POTTER MO JEFF MC KEE OR BRUCE WILLIAMS MI TIPTON COOK CO CHRIS DESTON CT JASON ROBISON WA KEVIN TATARYN MAN JEREMIAH MERKEL OR MATTHEW KARGAS MN KEVIN HUTCHINSON OK MICHAEL MATHEWS PA DAVID BARNSDALE WI TERRY REYNOLDS MI SCOTT STARRY MN JOHN HEUVEL WA JOE KAPP IN SCOTT CRAN WI MARTIN LOTZ WA MIKE FLIER IL BERNIE ORTIZ NV MARK WAGES ND THOMAS DALEY CA DUSTIN BOUNCE OH CLIFTON STEPHEN AUCK JAMES FORBES CHES LEE FORD OR FORREST CARTER ID CHUCK CUNNINGHAM WI DARRIN MC CUTCHEON MD DAN MCCARTHY WI THOMAS NEALY OR CLAUDE BRUNSTEIN RHO RONALD BARNDT MT LONNIE MCELCAR OH DWIGHT SNODGRASS NV TIMOTHY NOBLE IN CASIMIRO BARRERA TX JEFF MC NAIL UT GREGER HULTKVIST SWE DAN WILLIAMS PA ADAM GUGGISBERG TX WILLIAM BOYD IN DAVID DECLEMENTE NY ERNEST MERTENS BRA BILLY WILLIAMS IN ED WILSON MAN JEREMY CROWTHER UT DON FRANCE MI COTTY HAYES CO JONATHAN MYNOTT WOR RANDY HENDRIX NC LOREN ROBINSON VA RON HARDESTY MI BRATT HORWOOD VC BRIAN DORN MN SIMON FROGGATT NOT ANDY RIKUNENKO WOR RANDY TUCKER CA ARMANDO DE LA GARZA COAH PATRICK SINAL PA LYNN RIGGS AL ARLYN RITSEMA MI JEFF BUTTON WI

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67 70 66 71 66 72 66 73 66 74 65 75 64 76 58 77 54 78 74 79 73 80 73 81 71 82 70 83 68 84 68 85 68 86 68 87 66 88 65 89 64 90 64 91 63 92 63 93 61 94 60 95 58 96 57 97 56 98 73 99 73100 71101 70102 69103 69104 66105 64106 64107 64108 63109 62110 62111 60112 57113 55114 53115 46116 71117 64118 64119 63120 63121 62122 61123 60124 60125 58126 58127 56128 55129 52130 51131 70132 64133 60134 58135 58136 56137 55138 54139 53140 42141 61142 60143 58144 56145 55146 53147 52148 50149 49150 62151 61152 61153 59154

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

JOHN WHEELER WV JUSTIN NIELSEN ID JUSTIN ERNSTMEYER WI MARK MACDONALD ND ALLAN GUNTER MAN BRAD PATSY PA BRAD REGA PA PHILIPPE PRIEELS BRA JOE BROOKS KY MEL SHREWSBURY VA SCOTT ROMERO OH CHUCK REAGLE PA MIKE WILLIAMS IN TROY CYPRET ID DAN MORIN ME GREG HOLLABAUGH PA JEFF QUINN MN CABE JOHNSON OR DAN QUINTANA CA BRIAN VISCO WA DONALD GROETKEN CO KEITH SWANSON OR KYLE OLIVER MAN RICHARD BROWN AL GREG POOLE OR MORGAN LUNDIN SWE RICK HULLUM TX JUSTIN AHRENS NV PAT FINNEY OR MARK ALDERSON TX MIKE HINDMARSH NC BRYAN HELLAND MN KEVIN BRAYFORD AB JUSTIN TOPEL CO BRANDON POWELL CO RON FIRESTONE AR TROY WESLEY TX PAT DORIGATTI WY SCOTT KAMRATH MN MIKE WANN CA DARYL S. CHAMBERS CO WADE NICHOLS AZ RICHARD BUTTNER NV JOSH BINGER TX JORGE CHAPOY COAH CHRIS VANGURPEN IA DAVE HUNTZINGER MI RANDY BARLEY NC TIMOTHY LOYNES MI BRIAN TATE VA TIM GOODWIN LUX BRIAN BOWERS CO DUGIE DENTON MT TIM NASH ESS ANDREW LUDWIG WA BRIAN THOMPSON OH JUSTIN ERTEL MO DENNIS DAIGLE ONT JEAN MARC BEAUD CHAR LANE PRESTON MI TONY WARDEN MI JONATHAN PEMBERTON UT SCOTT MOLL CA STEPHEN BRUNT DB MICHAEL BURNS CA DONALD HORVATH CA RICHARD WILLIAMSON DERB MIKE STRATMAN CA JASON DUNBAR WV PETER J. BOURKE QLD CHAD MACKEDANZ MN MICHAEL CRISOSTOMO CA TAMOTSU ONO HIR JEAN MARIE DE BOORPER FADI ELGHOUL MI JASON VANDERBILT MO JAMES BURNWORTH WA JESSE WALDEN OK LARRY CLAGUE CA TOM PARRISH WA ANDY KUNKEL MN RANDY BURNWORTH WA DOUG SPRINGER NY ALAN LUI CA MEL NICHOLS AZ

USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA BELG USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA SWE USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA MEX USA USA USA USA USA LUX USA USA ENG USA USA USA CAN FRA USA USA USA USA UK USA USA UK USA USA AUS USA USA JAP UK USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

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891 891 891 891 891 891 891 891 891 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 890 889 889 889 889 889 889 889 888 888 888 888 888 888 887 887 887 887 886 886 886 886 885 884 884 884 883 883 883 882 882 882 881 881 881 881 880 880 879 879 879 878 878 877 875 873 871 871 866 865 862 859 857 853 848 841 834 794 691 594 592 583 581 575 573 566 547 284

59155 58156 57157 56158 55159 55160 54161 52162 50163 62164 60165 59166 58167 56168 56169 56170 56171 54172 72173 61174 52175 52176 51177 48178 47179 73180 63181 53182 52183 51184 49185 54186 52187 49188 42189 62190 54191 54192 51193 56194 46195 42196 41197 67198 46199 45200 50201 36202 36203 42204 38205 38206 36207 48208 40209 52210 44211 41212 74213 38214 31215 33216 35217 33218 31219 32220 35221 28222 23223 26224 31225 21226 18227 16228 12229 4 230 37231 37232 21233 24234 21235 22236 14237 10238 9 239

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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

Freestyle Flights 1 TOM HOOD MO 1 PAUL TEDFORD MT 1 RANDY HINKELMAN MD 1 NICHOLAS ANNEN ID 1 RYAN HEROLD MO 1 JON EIDE ND 1 RAY SOLOMON CO 1 JOHN POWERS AR 1 KEVIN PALMER UT 1 CORY MONAHAN NY 1 TODD HOFFMAN WI 1 ROB SMITH GA 1 DAVID KEITH KY 1 WILLIAM SIMAS JR RI 1 TODD MANUEL MA 1 MIKE PATTERSON OH 1 BEN TEETS ND 1 MATTHEW RAMSTED MT 1 LARRY TERHAAR MI 1 RYAN PIMENTEL ID 1 CORBIN MOGENSEN UT 1 JEFF ROLLINGS MO 1 SCOTT MCQUESTION MI 1 RON SYKORA IA 1 DREW HORTMAN UT 1 JUSTIN HOWELL WY 1 JOEY MCNISH MO 1 ERIC DANTZ CA 1 HARRY POORE CA 1 DUSTIN MCEVOY IN 2 WAYNE READER CA 2 ZACHARY PLANNICK PA 2 KEVIN PEARCE CA 2 TOM PRUITT MO 2 JOHN LISKA AZ 2 BENNY PARENTEAU QC 2 BRYAN MCNEELY NY 2 JASON FOGG UT 2 ROBERT THURMAN CA 2 DARIN JENSEN ID 2 BLAKE LOPER NJ 2 DANIEL PERRY AK 2 RONALD ELLIS IN 2 MARK HANSON AZ 2 PHILIP SCHWARTZTRAUABER PA 2 TRAVIS THOMPSON WI 2 BRYAN QUICK MO 2 MARTY CHAMBERS TX 2 TOM DRUMMOND SD 2 KENNETH PERRY AK 2 NICK STYHL ID 2 SMOKY DORAMUS ID 2 TROY CALLOWAY TN 2 CRAIG TURNBULL CA 2 LYNN MAYS UT 2 TOM BAYLY NE 2 CHRIS GLASS MI 2 BEN LOWDER UT 2 BLAKE LEFLER IA 2 PHIL RAGLIN CA 3 TOBI ROGERS MO 3 JUSTIN BLISS UT 3 JON OVERTON CO 3 GEORGE WONDER PA 3 TODD NELSON MN 3 TIM MILLER MN 3 BRETT GRAEVE IA 3 GARY SANDERS MI 3 DUSTY POWERS UT 3 THOMAS HERMANN WI 3 CHARLES ROOF NV 3 STEVEN GATTO NJ 3 MARVIN TANNAHILL CA 3 TRENT ARLEDGE MD 3 GARY GRELA CA 3 WAYNE FLEET BC 3 KENT CHESSER OK 3 CORRINE MCKENZIE MD 3 KENNY PAYNE OR 3 VINCE SCHULTES MI 3 BRYCE WICKLIFFE TX 3 JOHN LEWIS OH 3 T.J. SMITH MT 3 JOE NEWMAN MO

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USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

TOT XS PLCE

899 898 898 898 897 897 897 897 897 897 897 897 896 896 896 895 895 895 895 895 895 894 894 894 893 893 891 891 887 596 895 894 894 894 894 894 894 893 893 893 893 893 893 892 892 892 892 892 892 892 891 891 890 890 890 890 889 889 887 886 893 892 892 892 891 890 890 890 889 889 889 889 888 888 888 888 887 887 887 886 886 886 886 886

AWARD

59 1 1,200.00 68 2 650.00 66 3 500.00 66 4 375.00 69 5 315.00 69 6 260.00 69 7 205.00 68 8 180.00 66 9 0.00 64 10 0.00 63 11 0.00 55 12 0.00 64 13 0.00 56 14 0.00 52 15 0.00 73 16 0.00 64 17 0.00 62 18 0.00 57 19 0.00 56 20 0.00 54 21 0.00 58 22 0.00 56 23 0.00 48 24 0.00 60 25 0.00 55 26 0.00 50 27 0.00 48 28 0.00 50 29 0.00 33 30 0.00 52 1 1,000.00 64 2 525.00 61 3 400.00 59 4 300.00 58 5 240.00 56 6 180.00 49 7 155.00 60 8 120.00 58 9 0.00 57 10 0.00 55 11 0.00 54 12 0.00 45 13 0.00 60 14 0.00 59 15 0.00 59 16 0.00 56 17 0.00 53 18 0.00 53 19 0.00 51 20 0.00 56 21 0.00 54 22 0.00 67 23 0.00 53 24 0.00 53 25 0.00 53 26 0.00 49 27 0.00 48 28 0.00 57 29 0.00 40 30 0.00 46 1 800.00 65 2 470.00 49 3 380.00 46 4 285.00 59 5 220.00 50 6 175.00 45 7 145.00 42 8 115.00 53 9 0.00 51 10 0.00 47 11 0.00 42 12 0.00 49 13 0.00 49 14 0.00 49 15 0.00 46 16 0.00 56 17 0.00 44 18 0.00 42 19 0.00 56 20 0.00 50 21 0.00 49 22 0.00 48 23 0.00 48 24 0.00

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3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

NAME

STATE CNTRY

SAM CALLOWAY TN USA SAMANTHA NEAL NY USA JOSEPH NIELSEN ID USA COREY MUELLENBACH MN USA MATT SEVERTSON CA USA KEVIN KAISER CA USA DON PALMER CO USA JIMMIE NEFF CA USA RICK MORGAN WA USA BENJAMIN DUKE UT USA FORREST GOODMAN IA USA RICHARD WILKINS SUFF ENG MIKE JOHNSON UT USA TIM RADNEY AZ USA SHANNON ANDREWS MI USA RONY GAGNON QUÉ CAN TRACY NEAL NY USA BLAKE ANDERSON MT USA DAWN PATSY PA USA CHARLES NEASE WV USA MEL BOWMAN ID USA GLEN BRAZELL NM USA JASON KENNEDY MA USA WAYNE STILES AK USA JASON HANSON NSW AUS SEAN CHASTAIN MO USA JOHN FLEURY VT USA TIMOTHY SAXWOLD MI USA BRIAN JOHNSON UT USA MISTY YOUNG CO USA RAY CONLON NJ USA RYAN EARL CA USA ROY WARNER IL USA ISAAC NELLESSEN WI USA STEVE DEHART IL USA JOHNNY VELASQUEZ AZ USA PETE TOMASETTI CA USA DOUG JOYCE NJ USA JEREMY ELDREDGE UT USA DAN BIESZK MN USA STEVEN MASON MI USA CLEVELAND YOUNG CO USA JASON COX CO USA DALE DETERMAN MN USA LARRY THURMAN WA USA LARRY DENTON AR USA ALEJANDRO LAZO HI USA RUDY APODACA USA MAURICE ROSS CA USA HENRY HOUK MO USA DARRON RODGERS MO USA BEV KOUNS CA USA SHANE HODAPP UT USA JOHN BLAINE NJ USA PHIL FORBORD ID USA SCOTT REIS WI USA CHARLES PRATER OH USA RUTH PAYNE OR USA JAMES SINCLAIR ESSEX UK MITCH OSMAN MI USA GUS ESPITIA CA USA RORY HAMILTON SD USA TODD BUTLER CO USA JASON SCHILL WI USA ED FIMBRES AZ USA DUSTIN WHITEHORSE WI USA TODD JACOBSEN UT USA MICHAEL HARBIN MI USA RUDY FITZSIMMONS MN USA KEVIN ELDREDGE UT USA RON LEWON IA USA DAVID PERRY AK USA JUSTIN SPEAKMAN CO USA SANDIE SWIRLES-DUNCAN MI USA JEFF MEYER NE USA TRENT KLEEBERGER MN USA MIKE OLSON UT USA GARY PRESTON ID USA BRAD JOHANNESEN NE USA JAMES GAGNON NY USA HAROLD NEASE AK USA GAGE BROCK ID USA WALTER SMITH AZ USA RUSSELL SCHARMAN ID USA ROME STIFFLER ID USA

TOT XS PLCE

886 886 885 885 884 883 890 889 889 889 889 888 888 888 887 887 887 887 887 887 887 887 887 886 886 886 886 886 885 885 884 884 884 884 884 884 874 889 889 888 888 887 886 886 886 885 885 885 885 884 884 884 884 883 882 882 882 882 881 881 880 879 876 874 872 888 884 884 884 883 883 882 881 881 881 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 880 879 879

41 25 41 26 49 27 48 28 49 29 38 30 38 1 47 2 45 3 43 4 42 5 49 6 49 7 47 8 52 9 49 10 45 11 45 12 44 13 44 14 43 15 41 16 40 17 51 18 48 19 48 20 47 21 41 22 52 23 47 24 51 25 51 26 50 27 45 28 44 29 41 30 45 31 46 1 44 2 50 3 50 4 35 5 48 6 45 7 35 8 52 9 50 10 50 11 37 12 48 13 41 14 36 15 32 16 42 17 49 18 44 19 38 20 35 21 43 22 34 23 36 24 36 25 50 26 42 27 31 28 51 1 43 2 42 3 39 4 45 5 40 6 40 7 44 8 36 9 32 10 44 11 42 12 41 13 39 14 37 15 34 16 32 17 31 18 55 19 50 20

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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 700.00 390.00 325.00 235.00 185.00 145.00 120.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 620.00 355.00 290.00 195.00 165.00 130.00 115.00 90.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 525.00 320.00 250.00 180.00 140.00 110.00 95.00 80.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

NAME

STATE CNTRY

ALAN GIRVAN NOR IRE GREG HITCHCOCK ID USA TERRY HOWELL UT USA KATHY COOK MI USA JONATHAN NOTT WORC ENG JAKE BORAH CO USA JAKE GOODRICH UT USA RICKEY HOYLE UT USA SCOTT PAYNE CA USA CARL BLACK CA USA KIRT DAKEN MT USA STEVEN PORTER ID USA KRIS LAPPALA IA USA BENJAMIN BYRD UT USA LOREN PAGEL MN USA SCOTT ROADARMEL AK USA BRENNAN CLEARY NJ USA ERNESTO BOARDMAN SR COAH MEX ROBERT CUNNINGHAM WI USA RYAN STITT CO USA MARK MILLER USA TYLER TENBROOK CO USA KYLE BUZIKIEVICH BC CAN RICK CARDARELLI NY USA MATHEW FAULKNER VA USA ADAM MITCHELL OH USA THOMAS CHUMLEY TX USA RUSS NECAISE UT USA ASHLEY WALLACE AB CAN MARK KAUFFMAN AZ USA THERESA RISNER OH USA JERRY HOPPE WI USA JEFF ADELMAN NE USA BRIAN WENSEL VA USA CASSANDRA RAFFAELLI TX USA JUSTIN FOSTER CO USA PAM SEVERTSON CA USA THOMAS POWERS JR NY USA KYLE FRIESEN AB CAN MONIQUE ZEPEDA CA USA WILLIAM LOFTEN MD USA MIKE SCHAFF MT USA MARK LITZELMAN CO USA HERB MAYS UT USA ALAN RIPKOSKI TX USA JEREMIAH DONALDSON WY USA MICHAEL GROVER TX USA TODD HORNE OR USA JANE MOWBRAY CO USA GLEN NIRK WA USA JESSE ALDAPE CA USA STANLEY LUCAS CA USA BRETT NIBBE MN USA RICHARD CALLAWAY WI USA JAMES GATTO NJ USA ANDY ROSLEWICZ NJ USA TODD TENBRINK MI USA ROBERT VOSNICK VA USA OSCAR SANCHEZ CA USA ALAN BOYD COU N IRE JASON L WARDRIP CO USA PAT PAGNELLA CA USA GRANT HEIKEN WA USA JOHN BOYER CO USA DAVID HOTT TX USA CRAIG SNELLENBERGER IN USA NOEL DAYTON MI USA GERALD GARCIA CO USA JODI INGRAM TX USA TODD FINKELSON MN USA KEVIN LANE CO USA JON GOUDEAU CA USA SCOTT MCKECHNIE CA USA STEPHEN HELLAND MN USA KEVIN SALANDRA PA USA MIKE EARLEY ID USA ALLEN PETERSEN MN USA ROBERT CLEMENTONI PA USA CHARLIE PERRY ID USA PAUL FINEGAN AZ USA JEFFREY MURCH CA USA MATT ANDERSON WA USA DON STEGEMOLLER IN USA BRUCE GREGOIRE ND USA TRENT TEETS ND USA

TOT XS PLCE

879 879 879 879 878 878 877 877 875 882 881 880 880 879 879 879 879 879 879 879 879 878 878 878 878 877 877 877 877 876 876 876 875 874 874 873 873 871 867 821 879 879 879 879 878 878 877 877 877 877 876 876 876 875 875 875 874 874 873 873 873 873 873 873 873 872 870 866 860 584 879 879 876 876 876 876 875 875 875 874 874 874 874 873 873

46 21 44 22 38 23 36 24 43 25 34 26 37 27 34 28 39 29 38 1 36 2 43 3 40 4 48 5 47 6 47 7 45 8 40 9 38 10 37 11 33 12 43 13 40 14 37 15 33 16 46 17 42 18 40 19 33 20 38 21 30 22 25 23 40 24 44 25 31 26 40 27 39 28 31 29 28 30 45 31 44 1 44 2 42 3 39 4 61 5 39 6 41 7 36 8 34 9 32 10 42 11 41 12 33 13 50 14 40 15 38 16 39 17 32 18 45 19 42 20 41 21 38 22 35 23 27 24 26 25 30 26 31 27 30 28 31 29 26 30 50 1 39 2 47 3 44 4 38 5 35 6 41 7 40 8 32 9 48 10 39 11 31 12 28 13 37 14 36 15

AWARD

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 470.00 285.00 215.00 150.00 125.00 100.00 85.00 70.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 400.00 250.00 190.00 140.00 110.00 90.00 75.00 60.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 360.00 215.00 175.00 125.00 100.00 80.00 65.00 60.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

FLIGHT

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NAME

STATE CNTRY

TOM HOPKINS ID USA ROBERT G HILL GWENT UK GWENDOLY MC MURRAY MD USA ROBERT WEBBER IN USA WADE HARDEL MN USA RICHARD STEVENS ND USA KEITH LUBBEN MI USA ROBERT THOMPSON MO USA PAUL NEIGEBAUER MN USA AL CHICKERNEO WI USA DAVID BRAND MI USA AMY LUTHER WI USA DUKE SMITH CO USA BRENDA TEMPERLEY IL USA MIKE WALER WY USA WILLIAM STEPANEK CA USA CRIAG CHRISTIANSEN UT USA BRUCE MEEKINS MD USA GARY SMITH SR. OH USA BRENT FRANKLIN NY USA AL COMER WA USA BRIAN RANDT MN USA SEAN YETZ IL USA BUD AULTMAN WY USA JOE ZAFFT MN USA BUTCH O’DONNELL WA USA SCOTT VOLDEN ND USA ROY BARTON MT USA VINCENT DORIA NY USA DENNY PFEIL CO USA JEFF HOWARD UT USA PETE KIRKWOOD WY USA PETER STEWART CA USA PAUL MILLER CA USA KAREN LEWON IA USA DAN’L ANSELMO UT USA DEB MC NAIL UT USA JIM PORTER PA USA JOSEF POSVANC AB CAN FRANK LORENCE OH USA DAVE PALMER NC USA PATRICK PETERS AZ USA SHANE PALMER CO USA RAY VAN ORDEN WY USA JOHN HURLEY NY USA TODD RAY CO USA JUSTIN JENSON WI USA DAN BENNETT ID USA MIKE DUFFY MN USA ROBERT BOUSLAUGH CO USA JEFF HANSON MN USA KEITH MOLINA AK USA JAMES MERRILL OR USA JAMIE KIRCHNER MN USA JIM MARTINEZ CA USA EDWARD WERTH MI USA JACQUELYN TAYLOR TX USA DARRIN BARNARD MO USA MARK JACKSON WA USA BILL FIRST IN USA MICHAEL ANDERSON IN USA SHANE FRIESEN AB CAN O.J. AVERY NY USA TOM KEHOE WA USA LARRY HAYES ID USA LORA SMITH MI USA BENJAMIN SMITH UT USA DANNY BETTIS CA USA MIKE CARDARELLI NY USA LOU HAVEL NY USA LISA SPEAKMAN CO USA JAMES WATERS CA USA MARC TEBELIUS ND USA JAMES BROUWER MI USA ROWEL ROMERO CA USA DARIUS SIMONS UT USA VINCENT BARBES GARD FRA SCOTT MEINEKE CO USA RANDY KERBAUGH AZ USA GEORGE WATSON ID USA LAURA FRANCESE NY USA MARK DYER TX USA JOE MARLEY IN USA BOB STEELE WY USA BILL OXFORD CA USA

TOT XS PLCE

873 873 873 872 871 871 870 870 869 869 868 868 868 867 582 876 875 874 874 873 872 872 871 871 871 870 870 870 870 869 869 868 868 868 867 867 867 866 866 864 862 858 854 875 874 873 872 871 871 871 871 870 870 870 870 870 870 869 869 869 869 869 868 868 868 867 866 866 865 864 863 857 855 854 873 871 871 870 869 869 869 869 868 868 867

36 16 27 17 22 18 40 19 37 20 37 21 38 22 36 23 34 24 34 25 50 26 34 27 32 28 30 29 27 30 41 1 35 2 40 3 34 4 36 5 34 6 32 7 37 8 37 9 31 10 39 11 34 12 31 13 28 14 32 15 24 16 36 17 36 18 31 19 32 20 30 21 29 22 34 23 29 24 30 25 32 26 30 27 29 28 34 1 37 2 36 3 28 4 45 5 35 6 32 7 29 8 38 9 36 10 35 11 34 12 31 13 25 14 39 15 36 16 34 17 34 18 30 19 30 20 29 21 23 22 31 23 48 24 28 25 34 26 27 27 35 28 21 29 28 30 22 31 30 1 35 2 34 3 31 4 36 5 34 6 34 7 24 8 39 9 26 10 31 11

AWARD

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00 165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00 165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00 165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15

NAME

STATE CNTRY

GARRY BECK AZ USA ROBERT KORSA PA USA JEFF MILLER ND USA JANICK TREMBLAY QC CAN CARL JAMISON NM USA DAREN COTTLE UT USA JOSEPH SANDERS OH USA KEVIN ADAMSON UT USA WAYNE MCCULLOUGH PA USA DOUGLAS KLETT MI USA CHRIS BURKHART AZ USA TOM LANGSTON UT USA PAUL JAEGER CO USA FRANK ROOF NV USA JUNIE O’BRIEN KY USA RAND DOBBINS JR AZ USA GREG EASTON UT USA HEIDI SNYDER NY USA MIKE WITKOWSKI NY USA STEVE RIESINGER MT USA ROBERT SOWELL CO USA DAVID MARTIN RI USA GORDON MATTIX MI USA BENTON WETZEL ID USA TOMMY RÅBERG VÄST SWE MARK COOK MI USA CALEB ABFALTER MI USA MICHAEL SMITH CA USA MIKE DEUPSER CA USA CLAUDIA CHARLTON PA USA LANCE TANCAYO HI USA JOZEF MAKA IL USA ROGER WILD LANC UK TOM NAUMAN ID USA DAVID RICE UT USA BOB MCGOVERN VA USA PEG CALLAGHAN PA USA KAREN BUTLER AL USA DARRIN AUCKLAND OR USA MATT POWERS AZ USA DERRICK BURFORD NM USA JOSH SANDEN UT USA MECHELL PRUITTE GA USA JOHN MARABELLO MA USA STACY PEARCE CA USA DOMINIC DEMICHELY MI USA STACY GROVER TX USA DON KOUNS CA USA JOHN SMITH MI USA MICHEL MATHIEU QC CAN JOE BARBIEUR WI USA KEVIN SPENCER WA USA KRYSTOPHER GUTJAHR CO USA HIRAM WITHERS CA USA MICHAEL MOWBRAY CO USA TIM PORTER MN USA MASON DANNER NV USA MIKE BOYLE WA USA JAMES DAVIS MT USA MICHAEL BEENY UT USA KEN LOGUE OR USA KEVIN HODGINS WA USA SERENA FINLEY MN USA KEVIN DEPRIEST CO USA JOHN NELSON MT USA MICHEL SÉVIGNY QUÉB CAN JIM LAMOIN CT USA GREG BENNER PA USA STAN LENHART PA USA PAUL NICHOLLS CA USA DENNIS HERNLEY OR USA CHARLES WILLIAMSON CA USA JOSE H. DAVILA LOPEZ COAH MEX LEZ NEWSOME WYORK GRBR JERROLD HOPPE IL USA DONALD DENIGHT III NJ USA ANNIE LANGSTON UT USA JOSH GREIL WI USA GARY LINDE CA USA STEVE BEGNAUD CO USA STEVE REESE TX USA JEREMY GRADY MT USA DONALD GALLAGHER CO USA ROCKY KLINE IN USA

TOT XS PLCE

867 866 865 865 864 864 864 864 863 862 862 862 862 860 859 857 856 870 868 867 867 866 866 865 864 864 862 861 861 861 860 860 860 860 859 859 858 858 858 858 857 857 856 856 856 855 851 850 850 846 841 573 867 866 865 865 864 863 862 862 862 861 860 859 859 859 859 859 858 857 857 857 856 855 855 854 853 850 847 847 836 571 861 860

25 12 27 13 36 14 30 15 40 16 29 17 28 18 28 19 29 20 34 21 32 22 32 23 24 24 23 25 29 26 22 27 25 28 32 1 34 2 42 3 32 4 38 5 34 6 30 7 36 8 34 9 34 10 33 11 26 12 25 13 30 14 29 15 27 16 23 17 33 18 28 19 31 20 26 21 24 22 21 23 26 24 25 25 33 26 26 27 26 28 40 29 24 30 31 31 30 32 22 33 26 34 21 35 38 1 47 2 31 3 27 4 32 5 45 6 33 7 26 8 23 9 33 10 22 11 32 12 31 13 29 14 28 15 25 16 25 17 31 18 25 19 24 20 30 21 25 22 25 23 27 24 20 25 21 26 25 27 24 28 17 29 16 30 31 1 22 2

AWARD

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00 165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00 165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 350.00 205.00

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NAME

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17

TIBBITS WI USA COLIN NY USA VANTASSELL UT USA NEVEU CA USA HAINES NJ USA THORNE WA USA HUSE NE USA HARRIS WY USA MILLER WI USA MANSSEN QS AUS ARLEDGE NE USA REYNOLDS TX USA TERRY CA USA OLIVER CA USA ALFORD AZ USA SOMMERS WA USA THAYER NV USA CONRADT OR USA STEDMAN CA USA HAYES ID USA DUMAS MN USA ASTON NV USA POUPARD MI USA AULTMAN WY USA GASKINS CO USA PHILLIPS CO USA HAMAR OR USA ALFORD AZ USA RENNELLS WA USA PRIDGEN OK USA BAILEY MI USA ARNESON ID USA LANCE MI USA DEVONO PA USA GALIPEAU CT USA MALONEY NY USA VIVENZIO NH USA SPILMAN OR USA VANAUFDOLL VA USA ADAMS UT USA CALLAWAY WI USA VELASQUEZ AZ USA BUTTERFIELD UT USA CHIPMAN IA USA PRESTON ID USA CANDELARIA NM USA HICKMAN IL USA ZAFFT MN USA BEDNARSKI VA USA COOPER NY USA PEMBERTON UT USA KOEPSELL CO USA COLLINSON LANCS UK HOLMES CO USA LAND BC CN BRABEC DO USA BURNS ID USA KITE ID USA SAUNDERS NE USA COOK CA USA GEISEN IN USA DOUVILLE AZ USA BOORMAN BC CN SVÄRD VÄSTR SWE CHAMBERS TX USA DAVILA SALINAS COAH MEX HAYMAKER PA USA BITNER MI USA TRAINER CA USA PROVAN ANG SCOT SHEPHERD CO USA HARRIS MA USA HORSFALL WYORK UK MOYA NM USA JOHANNESEN NE USA FISHER AZ USA GASCA AZ USA QUACKENBUSH IN USA NICHOLS FLINT UK DOMINGO HI USA WEAVER AZ USA MUSICK AZ USA HOLLISTER CA USA TUBBS NE USA

TIM TERRY BRANDON MICHAEL CARL JEFF PAUL BRIDGETTE CHRISTINE KEITH WILLIAM MIKE KIMBERLY NOEL E JAYNE JANE JOHN DAN ROBERT SUSAN DUANE JEFF DUANE BUTCH JERAMY LARRY SID GARRY DAN ROSIE JOSEPH DENNIS SHERRY ROBIN SHARON ROBIN KEN MARY ROSCOE KEVIN SHARON SUSAN CODY DONALD CHAREE MICHAEL STEVE SAM DANIEL MARC LINDA ARTHUR BARRY MITCHELL CHARLES JERRY JAMES LAYTON ANDREA ED SCOTT RICHARD RON SUSANNE JULIE CARLOS WILLIAM CAROL RITA BOB DANIEL CHARLES NEIL RICHARD CHRIS NICHOLAS STEVE CHRIS ROBERT WILLIAM STEVEN TRINA JOHN JIM

STATE CNTRY

TOT XS PLCE

859 858 858 857 856 855 855 854 854 853 852 852 852 852 851 851 850 850 849 849 849 848 847 846 841 840 839 839 857 854 853 852 851 850 849 847 847 847 847 847 846 846 846 845 845 844 844 844 843 843 843 842 841 840 838 834 830 822 819 564 842 842 840 840 840 839 839 839 838 838 837 836 836 836 836 836 833 833 832 831 830 830 829 829

42 3 40 4 29 5 25 6 24 7 27 8 26 9 26 10 20 11 26 12 37 13 32 14 27 15 18 16 21 17 21 18 27 19 21 20 24 21 19 22 17 23 25 24 17 25 24 26 16 27 29 28 22 29 20 30 20 1 30 2 33 3 23 4 22 5 24 6 18 7 27 8 25 9 21 10 18 11 17 12 29 13 20 14 19 15 22 16 20 17 30 18 27 19 21 20 27 21 18 22 15 23 18 24 11 25 19 26 24 27 19 28 15 29 21 30 17 31 10 32 19 1 18 2 26 3 20 4 16 5 27 6 21 7 19 8 19 9 17 10 19 11 22 12 21 13 19 14 18 15 18 16 14 17 10 18 17 19 20 20 18 21 12 22 23 23 18 24

AWARD

165.00 110.00 90.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

FLIGHT

17 17 17 17 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

NAME

STATE CNTRY

TOT XS PLCE

PETER NICHOLS FLINT UK 828 BARBARA GHAHATE NM USA 824 MIKE HERNANDEZ CA USA 824 JERRY MARLEY NV USA 824 TERRY WILLIAMS IN USA 823 MICHAEL LONG SD USA 839 SANTOS GONZALES TX USA 834 GENE QUEEN OR USA 831 KATHY MILLER IL USA 831 DAVID HICKS CA USA 830 GILBERT SAINT-LAURENT QUÉB CAN 828 ED MARTEN CO USA 827 ALAN ALAIMO NV USA 827 RICK DISSMEYER CO USA 827 CAMERON MCCARNEY UT USA 826 BOB PADILLA CA USA 825 BARB MC CALL MA USA 823 JIM LAW CO USA 820 AL LIGUORI NJ USA 817 DAVID WEISENBERGER CA USA 817 DAPHNE ZIMMER TX USA 816 RON GONZALES AZ USA 815 RACHEL GARCIA CO USA 814 PAUL EILAND NE USA 812 CATHERINE BELZNER AZ USA 811 MICHAEL EVOLA CA USA 810 TAMMY HICKS CA USA 809 DOUGLAS FIALA NE USA 808 ELLIOTT THOMPSON RI USA 808 DARRYL TERRY CA USA 806 KATH COLLINSON LANCS UK 798 TROY SAUNDERS NE USA 798 BARBRA SCARSELLA NM USA 795 JASON BEAR CA USA 795 THOMAS SAUNDERS NE USA 550 LARRY AABERG WI USA 543 GERALD BUSHA AZ USA 819 MARK MCCOLE CO USA 816 JENE FISCHER CO USA 812 DONALD DENIGHT II NJ USA 811 ROBERT BOURDAGE VA USA 807 FRANCIS SEYMER MD USA 806 MICHELLE WERKMEISTER CO USA 806 LOUIE CISNEROS CA USA 805 DOUG LEVINE OH USA 805 TRACIE ARCHER NE USA 801 TINA GARRETT AK USA 799 JACKIE EARLEY ID USA 797 LUCILLE GALE BC CAN 797 JERRY GRAHAM CA USA 797 SANDRA HAMAR OR USA 796 JAMES MCGOVERN WI USA 795 HELEN BUCK AB CN 793 ALAN JENSEN UT USA 791 LISA O’DONNELL WA USA 788 TONY WILSON NV USA 786 BRIAN BOWLIN ID USA 786 KRISTA WARD CO USA 785 CHERYL ERICKSON MN USA 783 LISA BROADWATER PA USA 782 ALAN KORSA CO USA 778 JAY GOOSEN MI USA 773 LINDA SEXTON OR USA 773 DONALD STUART MA USA 771 ELBA ORTIZ TX USA 770 MISTY WARENSKI UT USA 759 MITSUO TAKESHITA HIRO JAP 757 CINDY LUCANGIOLI CO USA 789 VICTOR DEHOYOS COAH MEX 772 CHRISTINE COCHRAN NV USA 764 OSCAR HERNANDEZ CA USA 751 ALEX COOK IN USA 745 RHONDA MONTENEGRO CA USA 740 JAN MATOUS BC CAN 732 HIROYUKI MAENO HIRO JAP 709 BOB PERGSON CA USA 698 YOSHIHITO SHINOHARA HR JAPAN 687 KEVIN HANSEN AZ USA 683 PAUL REVENBOER ONT CAN 678 TOSHIHIKO MITSUNAGA HIRO JAP 667 SYLVIO BEAUREGARD QUÉB CAN 659 HOWARD HIGGINS AZ USA 654 DELMAR WILLIAMS BC CAN 649 DOUGLAS WOOD CA USA 625

13 25 18 26 16 27 11 28 12 29 20 1 18 2 23 3 10 4 15 5 20 6 18 7 15 8 12 9 19 10 24 11 11 12 16 13 13 14 13 15 13 16 14 17 16 18 13 19 16 20 13 21 18 22 21 23 18 24 14 25 12 26 9 27 15 28 14 29 11 30 9 31 21 1 15 2 15 3 15 4 18 5 18 6 9 7 19 8 7 9 19 10 7 11 13 12 12 13 10 14 13 15 11 16 14 17 13 18 9 19 13 20 8 21 8 22 9 23 9 24 14 25 13 26 9 27 8 28 8 29 12 30 15 31 13 32 8 1 6 2 5 3 4 4 8 5 9 6 19 7 7 8 18 9 5 10 9 11 11 12 3 13 5 14 2 15 1 16

AWARD

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

FLIGHT

NAME

STATE CNTRY

20 JOSÉE BARCELOS QC 20 PATRICK PARSONS TX 20 CHIAKI MASAKI HIRO 20 BRENDA VAN ORDEN WY 20 DAN ERICKSON MN 20 BENIGNO GIL COAH 20 YUKO SHINOHARA HIRO 20 ROBERT REED NY 20 ARTHUR BARIBAULT AZ 20 GEORGE DECOSTA CA Crossbow Female 1 CAROL PELOSI MD 1 PATRICIA COPLEY WV 1 MICHELLE O’DONNELL FL 1 JEANNETTE PRICE MD Crossbow Male 1 WILLIAM PIMM FL 1 TERRY BUTLER PA 1 MICHAEL GOUGH IL 1 RONALD KRESHESKY PA 1 WILLIAM BEDNAR OH Freestyle Limited Flights 1 JEFFREY WYLER IL 1 JAMEY WILLIS CO 1 DON PREIS CA 1 BILL BROOKSHIER MO 1 TIM RANDALL MO 1 GRADY COFIELD KY 1 JIM STANEK OR 1 RICHARD LEMAY WI 1 VINCE HERSCHELL OR 1 JIM HENDRICKS OR 1 ERICA STRASSMAN WI 1 KENNETH “BUCK, JR” CO 1 LONNIE TRIPLETT OH 1 BRUCE WILLIAMSON OR 1 BOB BORGES NM 1 GRANT ELSLEY NSW 1 FRANK MOSSER KY 1 CHARLIE BLACK AK 1 FARON TEAGUE MO 1 TADATSUGU OTSUKA TOCH 1 PAUL LEWKOWICZ MA 1 JAY BOUSHEE NM 1 MELVIN HILDRETH CA 1 JOHN HENDRICKS OR 2 TOM GILLELAND OR 2 LOUIE ASANON IL 2 MICHAEL GRIGSBY CA 2 CODY NEWMAN OR 2 CLYDE WHYTE CO 2 DAVE ANDERSON IA 2 KENNETH BUCK CO 2 GWEN REMINGTON OR 2 ROBERT BITNER MI 2 GARY JUDD OR 2 CHRIS OLORES HI 2 CLAY WHITTLESEY ND 2 BIG BIRD CIAK MO 2 JERRY SWINEHART KS 2 TEKO PHILLIPS WA 2 GEMMA CONINE CA 2 BILL DAVIS OH 2 JERRY GAYLORD MD 2 JAMES BURRELL MD 2 RUBEN WICHINSKI WI 2 DON MORRISON WI 2 BRADLEY KILLIP WA Championship Freestyle Ltd Comp 1 RANDY BRABEC CO 1 CHARLIE OWENS IN 1 JEFF FABRY CA 1 GEORGE HOGENKAMP OR 1 RODNEY HUFFMAN MO 1 GRAHAM COFIELD KY 1 ERIC BENNETT AZ 1 BOB BESANCENEY KS 1 DUSTIN LANDSINGER WI 1 MYKE SANTIAGO CA 1 LARRY GOZIA AZ 1 JOHN GRESHOCK PA 1 JAMIE JENNINGS MO 1 CHRIS STAUFFER TX 1 GUY ROSE IA

TOT XS PLCE

AWARD

CAN USA JAP USA USA MEX JAP USA USA USA

601 575 541 504 473 462 334 293 275 265

2 17 15 18 8 19 6 20 8 21 4 22 0 23 15 24 5 25 7 26

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

USA USA USA USA

891 881 875 783

57 39 32 7

1 200.00 2 0.00 3 0.00 4 0.00

USA USA USA USA USA

890 869 866 864 545

52 34 26 37 6

1 300.00 2 0.00 3 0.00 4 0.00 5 0.00

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA AUS USA USA USA JAP USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

871 858 853 853 852 851 851 849 847 846 844 834 834 829 828 826 819 818 817 817 813 811 805 795 800 799 799 796 796 792 774 762 760 759 755 754 753 750 736 732 720 698 662 521 514 501

38 1 24 2 25 3 18 4 24 5 24 6 23 7 22 8 24 9 24 10 20 11 18 12 14 13 8 14 20 15 20 16 18 17 16 18 14 19 9 20 14 21 17 22 8 23 19 24 15 1 10 2 9 3 13 4 12 5 10 6 15 7 14 8 7 9 9 10 12 11 12 12 10 13 9 14 3 15 8 16 6 17 5 18 7 19 2 20 9 21 8 22

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

888 887 885 881 879 878 876 873 873 872 868 866 866 866 862

42 1 1,400.00 42 2 800.00 43 3 500.00 41 4 350.00 40 5 250.00 39 6 200.00 41 7 0.00 47 8 0.00 30 9 0.00 32 10 0.00 37 11 0.00 38 12 0.00 34 13 0.00 33 14 0.00 20 15 0.00

650.00 300.00 235.00 160.00 140.00 115.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 240.00 120.00 90.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

TOT XS PLCE

1 BARRY REEDY NY USA 861 1 EMORY BUDZINSKI WI USA 860 1 TIM DRISCOLL CA USA 860 1 JIMMY WILLIAMS TX USA 848 1 CHARLES MAY KY USA 841 1 JEFF STEVENS MN USA 832 1 HEATHER BOURKE QLD AUS 804 1 RANDALL WELLINGS MI USA 268 Championship Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Female 1 JENNIFER NICHOLS WY USA 857 1 NAOMI FOLKARD WORC ENG 852 1 KENDRA HARVEY NM USA 850 1 JOY FAHRENKROG CA USA 833 1 ERIKA LABRIE CA USA 831 1 MAGGIE HUFF AZ USA 824 1 KARI JILL GRANVILLE AZ USA 823 1 AMANDA NICHOLS WY USA 820 1 DOLORES CEKADA BS SLOV 813 1 MARION BERNARDINI GARD FRA 808 1 JANET BARRS UT USA 797 1 HIROKO UMEJIMA HIRO JAP 771 1 BARBIE CYIN CA USA 764 1 AUDREY KIENER GARD FRA 741 Championship Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Male 1 MAGNUS PETERSSON SWE SWE 886 1 SHAWN RICE NM USA 883 1 JEROME FITON GARD FRA 877 1 BRADY ELLISON CA USA 873 1 JOSEPH MCGLYN NY USA 871 1 VIC WUNDERLE FL USA 870 1 RICHARD JOHNSON CT USA 869 1 GÖRAN BJERENDAL MÖLN SWE 865 1 SIMON NEEDHAM SCOT GRBR 856 1 JAY BARRS UT USA 855 1 PETE CARNEY UT USA 850 1 EDWIN ELIASON UT USA 848 1 DON RABSKA CA USA 839 1 MARC VENTURA GARD FRA 828 1 ERIC ROOTVIK WA USA 825 1 RICK MCKINNEY CA USA 824 1 GEOFFREY BARTHELOT GARD FRA 821 1 CHRIS HILL NV USA 816 1 TIMM HINES WA USA 809 1 MASAYA SHINTANI HIRO JAP 804 1 RONNY DOCHX UK 795 1 GREGORY REDHOUSE AZ USA 780 1 GEORGE TEKMITCHOV UT USA 772 1 DAVID KRONENGOLD AZ USA 768 1 THURE STEDT CA USA 765 1 ICHIRO ODA TOK JAP 765 1 ANTON LUNDSTROM STK SWE 659 1 MASASHI YASHIKI HIRO JAP 549 1 SHUJIROU MURAKAMI HIRO JAP 509 1 AL LIZZIO NY USA 425 Freestyle Ltd. Recurve Flights 1 LAURENCE GODFREY BRIST UK 860 1 KEVIN BARKER TX USA 846 1 AARON TEDFORD MT USA 840 1 JONATHAN SHALES BK UK 837 1 AMY OLIVER SYORK GRBR 835 1 ASHLEY KAMUF IN USA 832 1 MATTHEW WEBB ESSEX ENG 826 1 JONATHAN OHAYON CA USA 822 1 ABIGAIL CLAYTON DERB GRBR 818 1 PHYLLIS SHIPMAN HI USA 817 1 SEVERINE EVANGELISTI GARD FRA 816 1 SHANE HAMILTON SD USA 816 1 JEANNOT ROBITAILLE QC CAN 815 1 TED HARDEN AZ USA 815 1 MARK BEGGS FL USA 813 1 STANLEY CHENG CA USA 811 1 TERUO NOGUCHI OSAK JAP 811 1 WAYNE FROGGATT NOTT ENG 811 1 KIRK NICHOLSON OH USA 810 1 ROGER BROWN CA USA 809 1 CHRIS OLSEN AL USA 807 1 FOSTER GORMAN AZ USA 806 1 GUY GERIG NY USA 804 1 PETER JAMES WORC ENG 803 1 JASON MCCOLE CO USA 800 1 ALDEN HARRIS CA USA 798 1 SUSIE SANCHEZ CA USA 793 1 MICHELLE KIDDY SYORK GRBR 789 1 ORNELLA GRILLAT GARD FRA 788

27 16 30 17 22 18 18 19 14 20 22 21 6 22 3 23

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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

23 1 700.00 19 2 350.00 23 3 250.00 17 4 0.00 18 5 0.00 14 6 0.00 14 7 0.00 14 8 0.00 7 9 0.00 12 10 0.00 12 11 0.00 12 12 0.00 8 13 0.00 13 14 0.00 37 1 2,000.00 46 2 950.00 36 3 650.00 35 4 425.00 30 5 300.00 42 6 250.00 34 7 225.00 27 8 200.00 22 9 0.00 24 10 0.00 24 11 0.00 22 12 0.00 16 13 0.00 15 14 0.00 17 15 0.00 13 16 0.00 11 17 0.00 12 18 0.00 11 19 0.00 8 20 0.00 8 21 0.00 13 22 0.00 8 23 0.00 9 24 0.00 9 25 0.00 7 26 0.00 6 27 0.00 8 28 0.00 6 29 0.00 3 30 0.00 28 1 27 2 14 3 14 4 17 5 17 6 22 7 14 8 18 9 7 10 11 11 10 12 15 13 13 14 10 15 17 16 14 17 11 18 12 19 12 20 10 21 14 22 9 23 10 24 8 25 14 26 10 27 6 28 13 29

825.00 450.00 335.00 240.00 210.00 170.00 140.00 130.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

1 COURTNEY WALTH CA USA 2 THOMAS WESELIS CA USA 2 REBECCA DAWSON MOLD UK 2 NICHOLAS KALE MA USA 2 THOMAS WILLIAMS AK USA 2 LEIF WIMAN MARK SWE 2 ROY BERNAL CA USA 2 CORINNE GRILLAT GARD FRA 2 PHILIPPE MICHELUTTI GARD FRA 2 NICOLE STULL CA USA 2 YOSHIAKI HIRAI KANA JAP 2 CORRINE YOHANN TX USA 2 DEREK TAM CA USA 2 MICHAEL D CROW NE USA 2 KATSUSHI HORIKOSHI TOK JAP 2 AKIRA YOSHIDA OSAK JAP 2 CHRIS FULROTH TX USA 2 KENNETH STEWART CA USA 2 MARGARET LYSZKIEWICZ CA USA 2 TOMOFUMI YOSHIDA SAIT JAP 2 SANDY FOX TX USA 2 ELBERT CLY AZ USA 2 RANDEL TURNER NY USA 2 STEVE HARTLEY LANC UK 2 SHANE JONES CA USA 2 BARBARA SCHETTLER-JEHLCA USA 2 FORREST VANDERBILT CA USA 2 MEGAN BILLINGS RI USA 2 JIM JEPSON NE USA 2 CAROLYN YACIUK CA USA 2 TREVOR DOBELL-CARLSSON WA USA 3 KELLY LEWIS CA USA 3 FRANKIE CHOY CA USA 3 ALFIERO ALFIERI TX USA 3 D’ARCE HESS CA USA 3 TERRI MATIAS CA USA 3 LISA MCINTOSH CA USA 3 JOHN WALGAST CO USA 3 ANDREW STINSON TX USA 3 BOB O’BRIEN BC CAN 3 CÉLINE CARPENTIER QUÉB CAN 3 AURELIE PACE GARD FRA 3 YUKI NISHITANI TOK JAP 3 CHRIS CAMPOS CA USA 3 DIANA DANCZ CA USA 3 NORIKO KOMOTO IBAR JAP 3 HIDEO NOZAKI OSAK JAP 3 RYOHEI NAGASAWA TOK JAP 3 VINCE PRICE MD USA 3 KEI MORIYAMA SAIT JAP 3 YOSHIHITO SAITO TOK JAP 3 BARBARA NOBLET AZ USA 3 WHITNEY WHITE TX USA 3 MOYURU AKAO TOK JAP 3 COOPER EWING WA USA 3 GUSSY HAUN CA USA 3 ALBERT ENG CA USA 3 KATSUYA UEYAMA HYO JAP 3 JANICE WALTH CA USA Championship Senior Freestyle 1 DENNIS NEELY CA USA 1 STEVE BOYLAN IL USA 1 RANDALL JONES GA USA 1 KENNETH DENNING MT USA 1 DON SNIPES NV USA 1 DERRY NULL OH USA 1 DEE WILDE ID USA 1 THOMAS CROWE OR USA 1 BOB WEBB IN USA 1 WARRAN BUCK AB CN 1 MARLOW LARSON UT USA 1 DON BORG UT USA 1 JIM THURLOW OR USA 1 MAURICE VANDEN HOECK BRA BELG 1 SID CARLSON ID USA 1 TOM COBLENTZ MD USA 1 RANDY RUTLEDGE IL USA 1 BOB PETERSEN MD USA 1 NORM NEWMAN OH USA 1 DAVE BENGTSON CA USA 1 JERRY RANKER TX USA 1 GLENN CAMPBELL MI USA 1 ROGER THIBAULT ME USA 1 CHRIS BELING NJ USA

TOT XS PLCE

AWARD

770 804 794 792 790 788 787 780 778 778 773 766 766 761 761 751 750 750 749 741 737 736 733 732 723 722 713 710 685 622 504 719 710 700 699 692 686 671 670 662 657 657 653 651 651 646 598 595 565 555 554 543 533 526 521 488 476 420 414

10 30 11 1 11 2 4 3 10 4 13 5 6 6 2 7 7 8 6 9 8 10 14 11 7 12 7 13 3 14 9 15 10 16 9 17 9 18 7 19 7 20 4 21 5 22 8 23 6 24 8 25 2 26 5 27 4 28 1 29 2 29 4 1 6 2 3 3 5 4 6 5 5 6 2 7 7 8 3 9 7 10 3 11 2 12 7 13 1 14 2 15 5 16 2 17 0 18 2 19 8 20 4 21 2 22 9 23 3 24 1 25 4 26 2 27 0 28

0.00 325.00 185.00 135.00 95.00 80.00 70.00 60.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 180.00 100.00 75.00 60.00 50.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

899 898 897 896 896 895 895 893 893 893 893 893 893 892 892 892 892 892 892 891 891 891 891 890

72 1 3,600.00 69 2 1,800.00 63 3 1,000.00 62 4 825.00 57 5 700.00 63 6 600.00 60 7 500.00 65 8 450.00 59 9 425.00 58 10 390.00 55 11 355.00 53 12 330.00 52 13 310.00 59 14 290.00 57 15 275.00 54 16 260.00 52 17 245.00 52 18 230.00 46 19 215.00 61 20 200.00 52 21 0.00 50 22 0.00 46 23 0.00 63 24 0.00

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NFAA WORLD ARCHERY FESTIVAL—VEGAS SHOOT by Glenn Campbell

FLIGHT

NAME

STATE CNTRY

1 DAN KOLB WY 1 JEFFREY HUNT MI 1 LAWRENCE BOONE MI 1 PHIL MCCOY IN 1 DAN RENNER SC 1 JIM BATH KS 1 CHARLES BLANKENSHIP TN 1 LARRY WEED NY 1 ED HORN IA 1 DONALD FROMM MN 1 BURLEY HALL IN 1 BILL RUCKER CO 1 JEFF LOUIE CA 1 EDWARD CHRISTMAN NE 1 DAVID TOWNSEND NY 1 CARL THIESSEN SD 1 MARK TROMBLEY NC 1 BARRY VELARDE VA 1 TIMOTHY SMITH AZ 1 MICHAEL STRASSMAN WI 1 MICHAEL MARTIN NY 1 JACK FROST CA 1 FRANK RUS MI 1 RUSTY MILLS CA 1 NORM TILLMAN WY 1 ED REICHERT PA 1 JOHN COLLINS MT 1 LARRY DURHAM IL 1 BOB MORGAN NC 1 MALCOLM LOOMIS UT 1 DENNIS RUMINER CA 1 HUBERT SIMS ID 1 CARL SPEAKMAN CO 1 GEORGE DIXON AR 1 KARL OKITA OR 1 RAY PRATER OH 1 RICHARD BRADFORD OK 1 LARRY O’DELL AL 1 JIM FRENCH VA 1 BILLY HORTON CA 1 MIKE COOPER TX 1 BOB LINCOLN MA 1 LEROY DUKES OR 1 GARY MUNSON WV 1 BOB JACOBSEN UT 1 ROBERT MARLBROUGH CA 1 HERWIG KIEFER 1 CARL CLAYCOMB ID 1 GEORGE KONG JR HI 1 RICHARD ORTH AZ 1 PATRICK GALLAGHER NJ 1 MIKE KEENA CA 1 NEIL NEWKIRK NY 1 JIM HAMILTON AZ 1 RON WEST SR MD 1 DARREL GEHNAN PA 1 JOHN CARLSON IA 1 JULIAN NICHOLSON ID 1 PETE SHEPLEY AZ 1 GREG HODGINS WA 1 DON KUDLACEK WA 1 FAUSTO ALLOSADA HI 1 BEN ROGERS CA 1 PAUL STEPHENS CA 1 JIM PICKERING UT 1 ROD SCHOOLER OR 1 VARTAN MALKASIAN ND 1 JOE STELLA NV Young Adult Female Freestyle 1 MACKENZIE KIEBORZ AZ 1 KIMBERLY PERKOVICH AK 1 ASHLEY PINGEL CO 1 AMBER PINGEL CO 1 SHIANNE BUZIKIEVICH BC 1 KRYSTA WIEGERS MI 1 KAYLA NELSON MT 1 DONYELLE HAYMAKER PA 1 SARAH CHELBERG NV 1 JESSICA PETRUZZO NV 1 AMBER CHRISTENSEN ID 1 SAMANTHA PRUITTE GA 1 BRIDGETTEPOUPARD MI 1 SYDNEY SHAEFER SD 1 KRISTEN WYLIE IN

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AWARD

USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

890 890 890 890 890 889 888 887 886 886 886 886 885 884 884 884 883 883 883 882 882 881 881 880 880 879 879 876 875 875 875 875 873 873 872 872 871 871 869 869 868 867 865 865 865 864 863 862 860 860 858 858 854 850 841 841 835 834 830 828 827 796 590 589 567 538 287 877

55 25 53 26 49 27 44 28 43 29 49 30 48 31 48 32 55 33 48 34 42 35 42 36 41 37 52 38 45 39 43 40 45 41 43 42 42 43 48 44 36 45 50 46 32 47 51 48 39 49 43 50 33 51 33 52 42 53 35 54 35 55 32 56 45 57 34 58 41 59 37 60 38 61 33 62 41 63 31 64 34 65 34 66 34 67 33 68 25 69 32 70 23 71 26 72 31 73 24 74 23 75 22 76 41 77 25 78 34 79 24 80 12 81 24 82 16 83 23 84 23 85 11 86 30 87 25 88 16 89 13 90 6 91 42 92

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

USA USA USA USA CAN USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

564 548 575 561 570 572 476 555 487 580 593 591 533 577 464

12 9 18 14 15 16 6 7 7 29 27 30 7 19 3

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

1 KRISTIN SWEET CA USA 1 ABBY NEIGEBAUER MN USA Young Adult Female Freestyle Ltd 1 ADRIANNA ZEPEDA CA USA Young Adult Female Recurve 1 BRITTANY DUTTON-HUMMEL CA USA 1 AMANDA PRIME NV USA 1 ELOISA BOARDMAN COAH MEX 1 GEMMA GOEPEL CA USA 1 TRELAINA BORGES CA USA Young Adult Male Freestyle 1 RYAN DAY IA USA 1 DUSTIN PHILLIPS CO USA 1 BEN RICE UT USA 1 STEFAN POPP CO USA 1 CODY POTTHAST CO USA 1 STEPHEN SHAEFER SD USA 1 MICAH WEGGEL AK USA 1 DEVON WIEGERS MI USA 1 CHASE NICHOLSON ID USA 1 JOSH LUBBEN MI USA 1 ADAM WRUCK MN USA 1 WESLEY ANDERSON NV USA 1 CLINTON COSTELLO AZ USA 1 VICTOR DEHOYOS JR COAH MEX 1 DEREK POPP CO USA 1 KYLE BARTELS CO USA 1 CODY PREIS CA USA 1 TYLER GARCIA CO USA 1 COLTON BEDNARSKI VA USA 1 CASEY GERVAIS AZ USA 1 JOSH MILLER CA USA 1 CHAD PERRY MI USA 1 SAM RINEHART MN USA 1 BRIAN KING MI USA 1 DOUGLAS KOSTER CA USA 1 MICHAEL WEST IA USA 1 CHRIS HESSE IA USA 1 ROBERT ZOLLER IN USA 1 RAY D MORELAND NM USA 1 MARTIN SVÄRD VÄSTR SWE 1 QUENTIN YOUNG KY USA 1 CODY MEXICANO NM USA 1 NICK CORBETT ND USA 1 ROBERT MCGEE CO USA 1 ETHAN HUBBARD IA USA 1 BRAD BODLE MT USA 1 TRAVIS SMITHSON ID USA 1 GREG HOPPE IL USA 1 SHAUN LARSEN UT USA 1 CHRIS BRUNTSCH CO USA Young Adult Male Freestyle Ltd 1 SEAN LOFTUS CA USA 1 ERIC BENDER CO USA Young Adult Male Recurve 1 NELSON HARRIS CA USA 1 JACK BETTENCOURT CA USA 1 NICK CARLISLE AZ USA 1 KYLE PELTON AZ USA 1 MIKE O’BRIEN BC CAN 1 MAXWELL VAN PELT CO USA 1 NATHAN MEISTER CO USA 1 MATT PRATER NV USA 1 MARK HERTZEL CA USA 1 JOSHUA HORA CA USA 1 ALEX NICHOLS WY USA 1 MATTHEW BRANCATO CA USA 1 JASON STROCK AZ USA 1 ROBERT BOWERS CA USA Youth Female Freestyle 1 MARISA HAWKINS CA USA 1 KAILEY JOHNSTON GA USA 1 CORAL MCMINN TX USA 1 ISABELLA SCHROEDER IA USA 1 HANNAH NEIGEBAUER MN USA 1 SARAH LANCE MI USA 1 SANDRA SHAEFER SD USA 1 ERIN DAY IA USA 1 KATIE SCARSELLA NM USA 1 MIKKI EARLEY ID USA 1 LAURA VERSTOPPEN OR USA 1 TRISTAN SKARVAN WI USA 1 JACKIE MCCAMEY UT USA 1 DARBY BROOKS CA USA

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582 30 538 11

0.00 0.00

446 2

0.00

539 507 521 529 533

5 5 4 4 7

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

595 588 527 569 586 578 592 594 576 589 594 551 571 554 536 590 591 577 538 550 592 586 588 575 590 580 578 582 588 575 589 588 591 572 582 583 290 587 598 588

32 27 4 16 29 19 27 39 16 28 36 9 14 9 5 29 32 26 7 11 32 28 29 21 24 15 19 33 27 17 24 30 30 17 23 22 10 30 40 28

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

486 5 553 7

0.00 0.00

506 486 553 551 411 580 527 558 557 523 533 503 368 557

1 2 8 9 0 13 5 10 15 7 7 3 0 8

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

500 589 563 577 575 590 440 570 502 507 555 581 580 532

7 26 12 18 15 31 1 10 5 6 10 22 26 8

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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NAME

STATE CNTRY

TOT XS PLCE

Youth Female Recurve 1 CONNIE HARTLEY LANC UK 548 5 1 ALEXANDRA WIMBERLY CA USA 334 0 1 BRIANNA BECK AZ USA 433 2 1 SHAELIE MCGRATH WA USA 476 2 1 NICOLE CRISP NV USA 498 5 1 HANNAH BUTLER CO USA 543 6 1 ASHLEY CARMICHAEL AZ USA 491 2 1 CHELSEA BERNOR CA USA 405 1 Youth Male Freestyle 1 MATT BULLARD AZ USA 564 18 1 JACOB MILLER CA USA 580 22 1 KEEGAN DEPRIEST CO USA 582 22 1 MATTHEW HECKEL AZ USA 433 5 1 MAX ENGSTROM AZ USA 514 8 1 NICK OLAFSON MN USA 587 26 1 EVAN RODGERS ID USA 544 9 1 KEENAN ADAMS GA USA 584 18 1 DYLAN RUTHERFORD NJ USA 437 2 1 TYSON WILSON UT USA 562 14 1 TAYLOR CUNDIFF KY USA 510 3 1 TYLER STRAIT IA USA 577 23 1 JOSEPH SCHWARTZ CA USA 539 7 1 DAVID THOMAS OR USA 561 15 1 LEVI CYR ME USA 596 34 1 NICK INGHAM CA USA 562 13 1 KYLE SWEET CA USA 515 3 1 RILEY WHITING UT USA 575 22 1 MARTIN WARD NM USA 594 33 1 MATTHEW ZUMBO CA USA 586 28 1 ANTHONY SEGARS CA USA 484 9 1 OSTAN WARE CO USA 473 4 1 BRANDON HOOD MO USA 586 20 1 JONAH HEYNEMAN ID USA 563 7 1 TOMMY HOPKINS ID USA 581 23 1 ALEJANDRO VIGIL NM USA 554 12 1 DIEGO VIGIL NM USA 553 13 1 BRANDON GROSSMAN AZ USA 532 8 1 BOB BODLE MT USA 532 5 1 DAVID MCNEILL ID USA 410 3 1 CHRIS NEUMANN CA USA 537 8 1 CARSON WICKLIFFE TX USA 561 14 1 KRIS SCHAFF MT USA 598 43 Youth Male Freestyle Ltd 1 NATHAN JACOBSON AZ USA 392 2 1 BRAIDEN WILSON UT USA 431 3 Youth Male Recurve 1 PIETER MEAD AZ USA 390 1 1 ERNESTO BOARDMAN JRCOAHUILAMEXICO 562 0.00 1 CODY DENTON MT USA 519 6 1 PETER LYONS AZ USA 288 0 1 SEAN LEMBERG CO USA 529 4 1 DEREK MARION CA USA 520 4 1 DAVID RUYBAL CO USA 546 13 1 DEVIN METCALF AZ USA 367 0 1 CLAYTON NICHOLS WY USA 383 1 1 LOGAN BARRETT AZ USA 431 1

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0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Well it’s February, and time to get out of the snow and ice and head to warm Las Vegas for the World Archery Festival 2007. This year’s tournament was held February 9-11 at the Riviera Hotel and Casino and is the first leg of the 3 Star Tour. Competitors at this tournament will get the chance to win the largest purse ever for an indoor archery competition as well as a chance to shoot off for a new Ford Mustang later in the tournament season. When I arrived at the airport here in Michigan , I ran into Pro shooter Josh Dickenson, who was flying out on the same flight that I was on. So we flew out together and shared a cab to the Riviera Hotel. It’s always good to see my archery friends after six months of fall and winter seasons. The weather in Vegas was in the 70s and I sure didn’t hear anyone complain about that! On the first day of the shoot I showed up at my bale all set to go, only to find out that I would be shooting next to my old friend, Pro Shooter, Mike Martin! I hadn’t seen Mike in about 3 years! This felt like a family reunion! But this is what it’s all about . . . coming to see your archery family, having a great time and shooting the best that you can! After shooting on Saturday, I got ready to go to George Dixon’s wedding. He and Ruth Brewster had been dating for about four years. They decided to get married in Vegas where all their friends would be in one place at the same time. Mathews Archery Field Staff Manager, Derek Phillips was the “Best Man.” It was a beautiful ceremony and I wish George and Ruth the best for the future! The World Archery Festival Trade Show was great, offering a chance to view all the fabulous archery products and newest equipment in the industry. There is a lot to see and do in Vegas, anytime of the day or night! I

usually stay for six days and it always just flies right by! I always look forward to this event. Everyone is in high spirits at the tournament and the NFAA Staff always work hard so that the shooters can compete and have a good time without any glitches. I think it would be nice in the future if they could have a big room where they can have practice going on all day for those who need to make last minute adjustments on their equipment before they shoot, or after. As I observe all the archers shooting it seems to me that every year the scores in a lot of the classes keep getting a little bit higher. The present day beginner has so much more information than we did twenty years ago. This helps them to get onto the right path before they discover what “target panic” is. And one thing I really enjoy seeing at the tournaments is all the young kids who are getting into archery, as well as the ones who are staying with it. And thank heavens for the parents of these kids, who stand behind them and encourage them along in this great sport! And if you don’t believe that archery is “alive and well” then come to Louisville , Kentucky in March for the NFAA Indoor National Championships and see thousands of school kids competing in archery! I would like to congratulate all the archers who came out to compete in this year’s event. You are all winners no matter what place you finished! And a special congratulations to the tournament winner, Chance Beaubouef for his “TOP DOG” win at this year’s festival! If you didn’t get the chance to attend this year’s World Archery Festival then start making plans now for next year for a great shoot, great friends and great fun! Take care and I’ll see you in Louisville !

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NFAA® Council & Board of Directors NFAA® Council

NFAA® Board of Directors

Officers President—Bruce Cull 2305 E. Hwy. 50 Yankton, SD 57078 605/665-8340 archery@iw.net

GREAT LAKES Judy McCutcheon Director - IL 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/652-5836 jlynnmac@royell.org

Vice President—Brian Sheffler 7006 Beargrass Ct. Indianapolis, IN 46241 317/244-7585 lbs@indy.net NFAA® Office 31407 Outer I-10 Redlands, CA 92373 909/794-2133 800/811-2331 NFAArchery@aol.com

Greetings fellow archers: Info. here...

Great Lakes Robert McCutcheon 23358 Virden Rd. Virden, IL 62690 217/965-5290 prairie1@royell.net Mid-Atlantic Mike LePera 34 Kentwood Road Succasunna, NJ 07876 973/584-0637 brtesite@optonline.net Midwest Ray Jones 704 West South Winterset, IA 50273 515/462-6788 IowaArchery@hotmail.com New England Kenneth Moore 730 Newman Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771 508/761-5415 kmoore15@comcast.net Northwest Bill Tiddy 3355 Pinecrest Drive Helena, MT 5960-2 tiddyw@aol.com 406/475-3569 Southeast Tim Austin 1710 SW 76th Terrace Gainesville, FL 32607 Flarchery@earthlink.net 352/332-1969 Southern Lee Gregory 112 Ridge Oak Drive Georgetown, TX 78628-7613 lee@dlprint.com 512/863-8296 Southwest Jerry Miller 10029 Avoncroft Street Whittier, CA 90601 562/692-6105 swcman1@verizon.net

Rocky Kline Director - IN 1108 N. Korby St. Kokomo, IN 46901 rlkline@insightbb.com 765/457-7086 Bill Jones Director - MI 2049 Lake St. National City, MI 48748 989/469-3939

Ed Christman Director - NE 3818 34th St. Columbus, NE 69601 402/563-3504 eChristman@neb.rr.com Marc Tebelius Director - ND 5292 8th Ave. North Grand Forks, ND 58203 701/792-3582 (home) 218/230-3258 (cell) tebelius@gra.midco.net

Dave Thewlis Director - OH 16423 Chamberlain Rd Grafton, OH 44044 440/926-2464 DThew69613@aol.com

Ron Lewon Director - SD 11 Front St. Bronson, IA 51007 lewon@netins.net

Joe Barbieur Director - WI 5238 Valley View Dr. Janesville, WI 53546 608/756-1473 caal@charter.net

NEW ENGLAND Volker Pense Director - AAE Carl-Ulrich-Strasse 2B 64297 Darmstadt, Germany 0615-653085 nfaadirector@aae-archery.org

MID ATLANTIC Ron West Director - MD 802 Painter Pl. Capitol Hts., MD 20743 WestArrowsWest@aol.com 202/584-8015

Gary Marrier Director - VT 1525 Gibou Rd. Montgomery Ctr., VT 05471 802/326-4797 bowdoctor@pivot.net

John Pawlowski Director - PA 360 Madison St. Coatesville, PA 19320 610/384-5483 bpjp@ccis.net Douglas Joyce Director - NJ 30 Willow Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873 732/247-3892 jdjarcher@aol.com Dave Hryn Director - NY PO Box 341 West Seneca, NY 14224 716/481-4699 Archery1@localnet.com Jim Quarles Director - VA 7911 Cherokee Rd Richmond, VA 23225 804/272-6512 jim.quarles@vfaa.org Steve Cox Director - WV WV Archery Assn. P.O. Box 142 Waverly, WV 26184 304/464-5646 MIDWEST Rodney “Zeke” Ogden Director - IA 718 N. 8th St. Osage, IA 50461 641/732-5797 ogdpeep@osage.net John Doub Director - KS 1125 E. 59th St. Wichita, KS 67216 316/524-0963 archnutz@cox.net Bill Hakl Director - MN 5656 317th St. Stacy, MN 55079 wehjkh@frontier.net 651/462-1916

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Earl Foster Director - MO 8709 Booth Kansas City, MO 64138 816/763-2699

Tom Schaub Director - CT 35 Benson Rd. Ridgegfield, CT 06877 203/748-3771 Dave Cousins Director - ME 354 River Rd. Standish, ME 04084 207/642-4530 Alvie Carpenter Director - MA 7 Central Peterborough, NH 03458 603/924-3941 alviec@earthlink.net Michael Wright Director - NH PO box 237 Marlboro, NH 03455 603/876-4249 barebownh@aol.com Bruce Mulneix, Director - RI 6101 Post Rd. Trlr 73, N. Kingstown, RI 02852 401-885-5684 NORTHWEST Hubert Sims Director - ID PO Box 1713 Orofino, ID 83544 hmsarchery@email.com 208/476-5377 Doug Tate Director - MT 3499 Blacktail Loop Rd. Butte, MT 5970d1 406/494-4393 DOUG.TATE@northwestern.com

LeRoy Dukes Director - OR P.O. Box 422 Fairview, OR 97024 503/201-4961 T.C. Parker Director - WA P.O. Box 613 Hoquiam, WA 98550 360/533-4698 wa_nfaa@olynet.com Dan Kolb Director - WY 3571 Teton St. Casper, WY 82609 307/265-4418 bhfsldlk@hotmail.com SOUTHEAST Howard Beeson Director - AL 111 Eagle Circle Enterprise, AL 30824 334/347-4990 Oliver Austin Director - FL 1620 Yearling Trail Tallahassee, FL 32317 850/309-1918 oaustin@admin.fsu.edu Earl Watts Director - GA 3672 Larkin Road SE Dearing, GA 30808 706/556-6145 ewatts@standardtextile.com Jerry Barr Director - KY 919 Manor Dr. Henderson, KY 42420 270/827-4570 barebow@henderson.net Mike Hindmarsh Director - NC 1687 Kildee Church Rd. Ramseur, NC 27316 bowtie01@centernet.net 919/742-5017 S. Dale Smith Director - SC 149 Low Road Six Mile, SC 29682 864/868-9422 sdalesmith@yahoo.com Gordon Oland Director - TN 8851 Highland View Lane Knoxville, TN 37938 865/925-0138 goland@staffingtech.com SOUTHERN Wayne King Director - MS 107 Dana St. Brandon, MS 39042 601/825-9278 Dick Andrews Director - AR 11 Tuxford Circle Bellavista, AR 72714 479/855-6066 andr-ds@cox.net Scott Bradford Director - LA 40340 Old Hickory Ave. Gonzales, LA 70737-6756 225/622-0838 NFAALADirector@aol.com Robert Wood Director - OK 75377 S. 280 Rd Wagoner, OK 74467 robertw@osaa.us 918/485-6552 Monty Heishmann Director - TX 10149 Heritage Pkwy. West, TX 76691 254-826-5788 barebow@att.net

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2007 NFAA® CALENDAR OF EVENTS TOURNAMENT

DATES

Methods of Measuring Draw Strength

VENUE

NFAA National Indoor Championship ..................... March 30-April 1 ....................Louisville, KY

A Successful Finger Release: HOW THE PROS DO IT

World Archery Festival Stanislawski Open .................. April 20-22.......................Pittsburgh, PA Great Lakes 3-D Sectional .................................................April 28-29 ............................. Rockton, IL Southeast 3-D Sectional ...................................................April 28-29 .................... Fort Gordon, GA NFAA Marked 3-D Championship.................................. May 4-5-6 ..........................Redding, CA NAFAC 2007 ....................................................................May 19-20 ........................... Houston, TX Big Sky Open ....................................................................June 8-10 .................Grand Junction, CO Southern Outdoor Sectional ..............................................June 9-10 .......................... Longview, TX Great Lakes Outdoor Sectional ..........................................June 9-10 ............................ Chatham, IL Mid-Atlantic Outdoor Sectional ........................................June 16-17 .......................Jacobstown, NJ

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ne of the keys to successfully shooting with back tension and a finger release is to make sure that the back of the hand is completely relaxed, stretched out, and flat . . . not cupped. The three fingers (or two) should contact the string in the first joint or, preferably, deeper (see Diagram A), not the fingertips (see Diagram B).

Southeastern Outdoor Sectional.......................................June 16-17 .............. Durham County, NC Northwestern Outdoor Sectional .....................................June 16-17 ....................... Grangeville, ID Midwestern Outdoor Sectional ........................................June 23-24 ...................Coon Rapids, MN

Diagram A – Deep Hook

New England Outdoor Sectional ......................................June 23-24 ......................Lunenburg, MA Southwestern Outdoor Sectional......................................June 23-24 ............................... Provo, UT NFAA National Unmarked 3-D Championship .............. July 14-15........................... Yankton, SD NFAA National Outdoor ................................................. July 23-27..................... Darrington, WA Big Sky Open ................................................................November 2-4 ...................... Mesquite, NV

Diagram B – Shallow Hook

Everglades Open ........................................................... December 8-9 .................... Homestead, FL

This allows the fingers and the back of the hand to be relaxed, and as the hand travels rearward, the fingers hinge out of the way of the string at the second joint. If you try to hook shallow on your fingertips, this will cause the back of the hand to “cup,” which causes tension throughout the rest of the hand and wrist, causing much more string oscillation during “let-go.” It can also cause the arrow to come off the rest while drawing the bow. NOTE: Most successful finger shooters draw to anchor with all three fingers, then “drop” or “drag” either the top or the bottom finger before starting back tension. The direction of pull should be in a

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straight line directly opposed to the target. Again, the back of the fingers, hand, wrist, and forearm must be relaxed, and stretched out on this imaginary line or “direction of pull.” This is not always possible for some shooters, but by getting the elbow back as far as possible behind your head, this will eliminate a lot of inconsistencies and excessive string oscillation such as “plucking the string.” The last thing, and probably most important, is the anticipation and amount of acceleration that is used with this “motor system.” The fingers are “ripped off the string” on the way back to conclusion (for example, touching the back of your neck or shoulder with the index or ring finger). Don’t try to “let go” of the string! If you try this method, as your fingers start opening, the string actually moves 1⁄4” to 3⁄4” forward . . . before the string comes off the fingers. This is actually called creeping. It’s very inconsistent, because you always think about it (and therefore change it slightly), shot to shot. Instead, as you rip it back to your shoulder, “refuse to hold it!” - as famous Olympic coach Al Henderson put it. For example, before you start back tension, and you are anticipating touching your shoulder with your index finger, you “power up” with enough back tension to drive your elbow up and back through an imaginary wall. The elbow will drag the “whole unit” straight back, thereby ripping your fingers loose from the string. Keep your index or ring finger in contact with your face all the way back, until you touch your conclusion (neck or shoul-

der). The tips of your fingers will actually come in, toward your face, as they are forced or pulled off the string. They shouldn’t pop open or flip open away from your face, which is called plucking. If you pull until you touch your conclusion, I’ll bet you have to let go of the string somewhere along the way! . . . but you let go subconsciously, because you anticipated the conclusion, instead of the “letgo.” SHOOTING A CLICKER A clicker is a thin piece of spring steel (4” - 6” long) attached to the riser several inches above the rest. The arrow is loaded underneath the strip of steel. As the archer comes to full drew, the arrow tip is slowly pulled out from under the clicker. It then snaps back against the riser, making an audible click, hence, the word “clicker.” The clicker (if used properly) will cause the shooter to be aiming when the clicker goes off. It will teach you to continuously pull and aim until the subconscious is signaled to “let-go” bhy the “click.” There is some controversy as to whether or not the clicker was invented as a draw check for recurve archers or whether it was invented as a cure for freezing and snapshooting, which were the most common symptoms of target panic at the time. If you shoot FITA competition with fingers and a recurve bow (out to 90 meters for adult men), chances are you will put a clicker on your bow. The same technique of “rip it back,” can be used successfully with a clicker (see clicker photo). Just set up your draw timing to where you Archery Magazine April/May 2007 21


slow down your motor, right before the clicker (but don’t stop). At this point you should be calibrated, with your sight on target and, as you commit, you accelerate through the clicker, ripping your fingers rearward toward your “touch neck” or “touch shoulder” conclusion. Gold medallist and national champion Butch Johnson, and 7time National Champion Ed Eliason, have successfully mastered this technique. If you stop at the end of the draw cycle, right before the clicker, you can develop “clicker panic.” This stalls your “motor system” completely and freezes “your motor,” making it almost impossible to pull it back any further. You then resort to jerking it through the clicker to release the string . . . not a pretty picture! NOTE: Archers, and finger shooters in particular, will find that if your elbow is slightly higher than your nose (one or two inches above), it is easier to use back tension and easier to get through the clicker.

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The School of Advanced Archery Instructor Certification

SCHEDULE UPDATE

The School of Advanced Archery & Instructor Certification a.k.a. “A Weekend at Bernie’s” has completed its third year and is well into its fourth. So far, the ever-popular mobile Shooter’s School (formerly the NFAA Shooter’s School) has conducted 30 schools. 379 students have attended with 354 becoming Certified Instructors. Interested shooters should go after your pro shop owners and club presidents and book a Shooter’s School near you! Remember, the host shop or club receives 10% and the contact person attends for free. The Shooter’s School offers NFAA Certification. To date, there are 77 new NFAA members and 90 new NFAA Level III Instructors. For more information about attending or hosting a school, go to www. robinhoodvideos.com. The following pictures of NFAA Certified Instructor graduates are listed alphabetically (*denotes new member) Graduates of school hosted by Spirit Quest Archery, Kalispell, MT February 23-25, 2007 *Joel Drager, Brent Hunsucker, *Craig Stevens

Graduates of school hosted by Robinhood Archery Club, Fremont, NE March 2-4, 2007 *Lee Altmanshofer, *Ed Baustian, *Gene Cate, *Matt Clarke, Mark Eggers, *Keith Gilmere, *Joel Groves, Michael Hartwell, *Dave Holt, Brad Johannesen, Chris Johannesen, Steve Johannesen, David Kerschinske, Jefferson Lehman, *Taron Mahone, *Gene Metschke, Jan Robertson, *Dwight Schneider, *Dave Strong

A clicker attached to the bow for finger shooters, subconsciously triggers the “let-go.” If you can master “back tension,” you will completely eliminate anticipation of the release and you will be free to (and be forced to!) really aim hard! Remember: Aimers will always win! . . . Shooters can only play! 22 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

2007 SCHEDULE April

(date and location to be determined)—Oshkosh, WI. Contact: Tony Alvarez 920-410-3771

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NFAA State Directors Meeting Report The State Directors of the NFAA met in Las Vegas, February 4-6. This report is the result of their votes on various topics concerning the NFAA. All of the following changes will be come effective June 1, 2007 2006 President’s Report on the State of the NFAA President Cull gave his report using a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. The presentation was often paused to allow questions and “off-the-record” comments by the Directors, guests, Committee Chairmen, and President Cull. The following is an outline of the report. Future of the NFAA – Other National Organizations US Archery Pope & Young Club NFAA Foundation NADA

Certified Instructor Program Goals Organized national uniform instructor program—Basic and Intermediate Future of NFAA Level 3 and 4 Programs Liability insurance for instructors (NADA)

Financial Analysis 3-year Comparison 2004-2006 (stocks and bonds) Stocks and Bonds Risk vs. Reward LIFE/Scholarship/Museum Corporate Stocks and Bonds Funds NFAA General Foundation Museum/Scholarship Life Member Fund Junior Fund Investments cashed in Total Investments

2004 $101,901.97

2005 $102,286.00

2006 $117,194.00

$ 20,884.28 $ 44,876.58 $ 13,066.11

$ 21,901.73 $ 47,129.65 $ 13,656.63

$180,728.94

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$ 24,846.00 $ 54,965.00 $ 16,185.00 $ -50,000.00 $163,190.00

NFAA Membership Analysis 5-year Comparison 2002-2006 Year (December) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2006

NFAA Member Total 13229 13651 12645 12361 14094 12489 NFAA only

Bowhunter Program: Art Young Big and Small Game Goals TNUSA 1600 members Bowhunter Chairmen (3) State Bowhunter Directors National Unmarked 3-D and Jamboree Pro-active, conservation lobbyists Bowhunter liability insurance Integrate state bowhunter associations Easton Reality/TN Spirit of the Wild National Archery in the Schools NASP New Division New school charters New membership and fees ATA Financial Support — 27 Pilot States 1 Million students NASP National Tournament

ASAP After School Archery Program Cooperative Effort with other Organizations Complimentary to NASP Growth – State, Clubs & Pro Shops Archery Trade Association (ATA) Arrowsport Million Dollars—2006 30% to increase entry opportunities 25% to grow recreational archery 20% to retain and grow participants 17% to increase public awareness 8% to unify archers and/or organizations 2007 70% ASAP

World Archery Festival Goals PR Strategies Vegas Shoot – Riviera Hotel Stanislawski Open/Pittsburgh Shoot 3-Star Tour Million Dollar Promotion Archery Magazine Editorial Board Publisher New goals and makeover Advertising/Sales – new position Website(s) responsibilities TNUSA and Bowhunter additions Merger with other publications Tournament announcements: President Cull reported that the Council considered two bids for the 2008 Outdoor Nationals. One from Darrington, WA and one from Yankton, SD. The bid is awarded to Yankton, SD for the amount of $12,000. This will be a 3/5 day format, shot Monday through Friday, July 21-25, 2008. The 2008 Indoor National Championship will be held in Louisville, KY March 15-16 C-1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by Ms. Motion passed. • Page 10, Article III, Section A, Paragraph 2.2. Change to read: Life members who are 55 years of age and older will pay the same registration fees as younger archers at National and Sectional tournaments. Those individuals who became NFAA Life Members before 2007 may continue to be exempt from paying the pre-registration portion of fees at National and Sectional tournaments. Please note: this becomes effective June 1, 2007. GL-4. Committee recommends to adopt as amended. Second by IL. Amended Motion passed. • Page 11, Article III, Section A, Paragraph 10. Add the following

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sentence to Paragraph 10: Members may be privileged to change their state of residence two times during a calendar year. Amendment in BOLD. MA-2. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MN. Motion passed. • Page 40, Article IV, Section A, Para 9. Remove paragraph 9 “Disputes.” SE-1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by FL. Motion passed. • Page 42, Article IV, Section F. Para 1.2. To make the optional flight system available for use at National or Sectional tournaments. 1.2 An optional alternate flight system for tournaments with 200 shooters or less (see Appendix 1). SE-5. Committee recommends to adopt as amended. Second by NJ. Motion passed. • Page 86, Article 2006, Section Effective 2008. Change to read: “The Outdoor National Tournament will be a 3/5 day format with Monday through Friday schedule.” Remainder of paragraph unchanged. C-4. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MO. Motion passed. • Page 24, Article XII, Section C. Change to read: Individual dues: Individual dues for the National Field Archery Association shall be $35.00 per year per person and shall include the National Field Archery Association’s official publication. Each member or head of household may at his/her option, elect for $1 to be designated for the Bowhunter Defense fund. Dues for two additional family memberships shall be $5.00 per year per person. Additional family memberships shall be $2.00 per year per person. A family is defined as head of the household, spouse, and all dependents less than 18 years of age. Dues billing shall be handled by NFAA for states. NFAA shall return state dues monthly. C-5. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MN. After discussion, NJ moved to table until the 2008 Board of Directors meeting. Second by NE. Tabled. This agenda item changes the Annual meeting to a Bi Annual meeting with rules to be effective for two years before changes are made. Future 1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by WY. Motion passed. • Page 27, Article I, Section A, Para 1 & 2. Deletes the term “Unit” and replace with the term “Round”. 1. Round – Prescribed number of targets for the game being shot. 2. Delete. And renumber remaining paragraphs accordingly. Future 2. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by WY. Motion passed. • Page 42, Article IV, Section E, Para 1. Change to read: 1. The NFAA recognizes as official, those rounds described in ByLaws Article VI. Future 3. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by WI. Motion passed. • Page 42, Article IV, Section E, Para 3. Change to read: 3. NFAA Handicap Round: The NFAA recognizes as official for recording on the NFAA handicap card any 28 target Field or 28 Hunter Round or 14/14 target combination of same. WI-5. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MS. Motion passed. • Page 66, Article VI, Section R. Move from page 87-89 “Lake of the Woods Round” in its entirety and create a section R on page 66. SE-2. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by FL. Motion passed. 24 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

C-3. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MO. Motion passed. • Page 46, Article IV, Section J, Para 4. 4. Ties for 1st, 2nd or 3rd in Champion Flight at any National Tournament will be broken by a shoot off.

Future-15. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by NJ. Motion passed. • Page 61, Article VI, Section Q. New Section Q. Q. Classic 600 Target Round: Rules same as 600 Round except as follows: 1. The NFAA Archery Classic 92 cm Target Face shall be used. At the discretion of tournament management, the center version of the Face may be used utilizing only the 6 through 10 rings. 2. The round is shot starting at the closest distance and progressing to the longest distance.

this location. Freestyle Bowhunter page 30 article II section F. There is no mention of written or additional memoranda. Paragraph 1. A maximum of 5 fixed reference points----it does not say attached. Even though the calipers would not be attached to the equipment they would be used as a reference point. Therefore, if the archer already has 5 fixed reference points, I’m ruling they would be illegal.

MA-3. Committee recommends adopt as amended. Second by MO. Motion passed. • Page 46, Article IV, Section I, Para 9. Replace para 9 with: 9. All shoot offs for ties will take place at the practice range, on the longest yardage commensurate with age. Field or hunter face used at the discretion of the tournament director. Score, spots & X’s will be used. After one end, if still tied, repeat the end.

FL-1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by FL. Motion passed. Page 63, Article VI, Section Q, Para 8.8. Change to read: 8.8 Each archer will shoot their arrows with one foot touching the appropriate stake for the division and class in which they are registered. On Tuesday, CA moved to reconsider, second by NM. Motion to reconsider failed.

MA-1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by FL. Motion passed. • Page 56, Article VI, Section I, Para 4. Replace first sentence with: An archer must straddle the shooting line, or distance marker.

RIC 2006-6. Committee recommends to uphold. Second by CO. Motion passed. Protest: The archers involved are protesting the decision of the protest committee. The score of an arrow on the animal round was changed by the protest committee with out consulting all the archers involved. This was a dispute, not an actual protest. There was no money involved. The protested archer shot the wrong face on the animal round. The archer verbally announced to the group that she did indeed shoot the wrong face. Then she proceeded to shoot the correct one & scored it correctly. The following day the archer came to the committee to plead her case, stating that there are no rules for the animal faces & that everyone else is probably not doing it correctly. Page 44 H 3 out door shooting rules, states: “when shooting at butts with multiple faces, the first shooters up will shoot the bottom” The committee voted to restore the points taken because of a previous decision on another matter The protestors found out later that the score had been changed & filed the protest the following morning. The committee was re convened at the end of the shooting day with all concerned present. It was a unanimous decision to over turn the committee’s first decision & subtract the points that were first given.

RIC 2006-5. Committee recommends to uphold. Second by FL. Motion passed. At the Southeast Sectional Indoor Tournament, the Georgia NFAA Director asked the Southeast Councilman to rule on the legality of a Bowhunter Freestyle lighted sight with the light itself mounted on top of the round or oval (housing) pin guard. The Southeast Councilman ruled that nothing other than the five fixed pins and pin guard could be visible through the sight window of the bow. Since the light housing extends above the scope housing, it was ruled as not legal in the Bowhunter Freestyle shooting style.

• Page 43, Article IV, Section F. Para 2. Insert after the first sentence: When an optional 5 day/3 day Outdoor National is held, archers may be arranged in flights based on their high 28 target Field Round score.

Pro-1. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by FL. Motion passed. Page 35, Article III, Section D, new Para 1.3. Re-number remaining paragraphs accordingly. 1.3 Archers from any other archery organization that compete in a Semi-Pro division, where the description of that division by the other archery organization is classified as nonprofessional, shall be recognized by the NFAA as nonprofessional archers. Future-5. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by CO. Motion passed. • Page 49-50, Article VI, Section A-B, New para 6, delete B. A. 6. Alternate Expert field Scoring: the scoring is five points for the spot, four for the second circle, three points for the third circle, two points for the fourth circle and one point for the fifth circle. The x-ring is used for tie breakers only. Delete Section B. Renumber remaining sections. Future-9. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MI. Motion passed. • Page 52-55, Article VI, Section E, F, G. Delete Sections E, F and G. Future-11. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by MN. Motion passed. • Page 57, Article VI, Section J. Delete Section J. Future-12. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by NJ. Motion passed. • Page 57, Article VI, Section K & L. Delete Sections K. and L. Future-13. Committee recommends to adopt as amended. Second by NJ. Motion passed. • Page 61, Article VI, add new Section P. Re-number remaining paragraphs: P. NFAA 600 Target Round 1. The only difference between the 600 Round and the 900 Round is the number of arrows per end and the num ber of ends per distance. All other rules apply. 2. 20 arrows will be shot at each distance in four ends of five arrows for score. 3. The time limit shall be four minutes per end. Future-14. Committee recommends to adopt. Second by IA. Motion passed. • Page 61, Article VI, Section P. Delete Section P.

RIC Agrees with the protest committees decision to over turn the committees first decision. That indeed the archer should lose the points. RIC 2006-7. Committee recommends to uphold. Second by IA. Motion passed. Michigan Director was asked at an indoor Sectional & two State indoor shoots if an archer may change from a single spot face to a five spot face, or the reverse during the tournament. The director ruled no. The director then researched the constitution & found nothing to the contrary. He then ruled that an archer may change faces during the round. The director also stated that at the NFAA 2006 Nationals that the tournament rules stated that an archer must shoot the same face both days. RIC: Committee agrees with the director, that unless the tournament rules prohibit the changing of target faces, it is allowed. The RIC agrees that the tournament committee may set any rules for the tournament as long as there is no conflict with the rules of the constitution. RIC 2006-4. Committee recommends to uphold. Second by NJ. Motion passed. The California Director was asked if calipers would be legal in Bowhunter Freestyle to stack for 100 yards in lieu of using pins. Putting the bottom of the calipers on the spot at arms length and referencing where the top of the calipers were, then putting your 60 yard pin in

RIC decision: since there is no reference to the technique of ranging, or stacking in the BHFS rules, the RIC disagrees with the CA. director, & rules that such practices are legal

RIC decision: since the BHFS rules state that only 5 fixed references are allowed, a light mounted on top or bottom of the pin guard would constitute another reference point, the RIC agrees with the S.E. councilman’s decision. NE-2. Committee recommends to adopt as amended. Second by NE. Motion passed. Rewrite of Freestyle Bowhunter rules. • Page 30-31, Article II, Section F. Paragraphs 1, 2, 3 remain unchanged. Delete paragraph 4. Paragraphs 5, 6, 7 remain unchanged. Delete last sentence of paragraph 8. Para 9 remains unchanged. Delete Para 10. Para 11 remains unchanged. Renumber paragraphs as needed. Bowhunting and Conservation Committee Chairman’s Report by Chairman Tim Atwood The Committee met 12 times during 2006. Forty-one articles were published in Archery magazine and eight published in National Bowhunter. The quality of the articles has also improved substantially. Numerous correspondence, e-mail, and phone calls were received during the past year. Most were concerned the Art Young Big Game Program, Bowhunter Defense, and NFAA bowhunting programs in general, published articles, and 3-D target events. Participation in the Art Young Big Game Program was about the same as the previous year. Defense grants were issued to the US Sportsmen’s Alliance (and its Bowhunter Defense Coalition and Bowhunter Defense Workshops). A special thanks to John Pawlowski for sending in lots of bowhunting news and articles. Although there’s a Committee member from each of the eight NFAA Sections, news and feedback from these representatives has been meager. NFAA Pro Chairman’s Report by Michael Braden The Free trial Pro memberships offered to the top 3 finishers at state and sectional tournaments has produced about 25 new Professional members. We hope to retain these members next year. We had meetings at the Indoor and Outdoor Nationals where many topics were discussed, how to promote field archery, and the future of the Pro Divisions. Based on these meetings I came up with a survey, there were 300 surveys sent out to the Pro division for feedback for the current Pro agenda items so I could get a feel for where the Pro Division stood on a few topics. I would like to thank the NFAA Directors for passing a few of those agenda items. The NFAA Pro Division is and should be the best archery has to offer. I believe the Pro Divisions are the vehicle that we need to promote archery to non-endemic sponsors, I would like to call upon the NFAA Board, Council, and Directors to find ways to use this vehicle in our quest to take archery to the next level.

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SECTION & STATE ASSOCIATION NEWS Edited by Paul Davison • stringwalker@att.net GREAT LAKES SECTION Bob McCutcheon, Councilman prairie1@royell.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 GREAT LAKES 3-D SECTIONAL April 28-29, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

Blackhawk Field Archers 10086 Forest Preserve Rd., Rockton, IL 61072 For directions and map, see http://mywebpage. netscape.com/blackhawkarchery. Brenda Lee, 128 N. Caryl Ave, North Lake, IL 60164. Tel: 708-562-7431. E-mail: bglee1@yahoo.com April 23, 2007 At the range. Casual start. Ramada Inn, South Beloit, IL, 800-756-2341. Fairfield Inn, Beloit, WI, 800-228-2800. Comfort Inn, Beloit, WI, 608-362-2666. Holiday Inn, Beloit, WI, 608-365-6000. Econo Lodge, Beloit, WI, 608-3644000. Super 8, Beloit, WI, 608-365-8680. Holiday Inn (I-90 at US BR 20), Rockford, IL, 815-898-2200. Baymont Inn, Rockford, IL, 877-229-6668. Best Western, Rockford, IL, 815-398-5050. Days Inn, Loves Park, IL, 815-282-9300 The club can handle approximately 35 campers. No electric or septic available.

2007 GREAT LAKES OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 9-10, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Campgrounds: Miscellaneous Info: Additional contact:

Panther Creek Bowhunters Chatham, IL From I-55, Exit 88, go south on Frontage Rd toward Chatham for 0.9 miles. Turn right on Chatham Rd for 1 mile to Gilreath Rd. Turn left for 0.5 miles, then left on 1W for 0.8 miles. Range is on the left. Judy McCutcheon, 23358 Virden Rd, Virden, IL 62690. Tel: 217-652-5836. E-mail: jlynnmac@royell.org June 4, 2007 At the range clubhouse. Friday, 5:30-7:00 pm and Saturday, 7:00-8:00 am. Saturday, 28 Field and 14 Animal, and Sunday, 28 Hunter. Shotgun start at 9:00 am both days. Baymont Inn, I-55 Exit 90, 217-529-6655. Motel 6, I-55 Exit 90, 217-529-1633. Hampton Inn, I-55 Exit 94, 217-524-1100 Double J Campground and RV Park, located approximately 5 miles from range, 217-483-9998 For additional information and accommodations, call Springfield Tourist Information at 800-545-2300. Call Bob McCutcheon, 217-652-5836 or 217-9655553

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Great Lakes Indoor Sectional Results February 24-25 – Iron River, MI Two NFAA “300” Rounds PL SHOOTER AFBHFS C Debra Brown 2 Michelle Beranek AFBHFSL C Erica Strassman AFFS C Renee Powell 2 Kena Mitchell 3 Shelley Saxwold Meletta Cran Sheree Stebbins Janette Domke AFBB C Peggy Aho AMBHFS C Derrick Poet 2 Gary Hintz 3 Dan Faust Chad Nelson Chris Benavides David Hebert Walter Erickson Donald Wilson John Filizetti AMBHFSL C Don Green 2 Mike Koskey AMFS Championship Flight C David Ganschow 2 Jeff Dumke 3 Todd Huffman Troy Koser Tim Saxwold Jason Winter Thomas Bloechl Mark Brown Larry Terharr Martin Singletary Johnathan Powell Tony Bussan Jim Moschetz Travis Thompson Joel Beckman Second Flight 1 Anthony Schmidt 2 Brad Shelgren 3 Eric Davis Ken Robie Brian McEachern John Kanter

Round 1 Scr X’s

Round 2 Scr X’s

Total Scr X’s

299 296

48 40

300 299

43 36

599 595

91 76

298

41

291

32

589

73

299 298 294 291 289 295

48 39 49 31 30 37

299 300 299 299 288

51 46 49 40 27

598 598 593 590 577 295

99 85 98 71 57 37

211

4

229

7

440

11

300 300 300 300 300 299 298 289 242

58 54 51 49 44 51 43 31 11

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 296

58 54 54 50 51 52 50 33

600 600 600 600 600 599 598 585 242

116 108 105 99 95 103 93 64 11

262 215

11 5

262 192

13 2

524 407

24 7

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

59 58 58 55 52 56 53 52 48 50 56 57 53 59 42

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 299 295 293

59 58 55 56 58 54 52 52 54 46 55 50 47 57 35

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 595 593

118 116 113 111 110 110 105 104 102 96 111 107 100 116 77

298 298 299 299 299 295

49 48 44 48 40 52

300 300 299 298 298 300

51 43 45 53 26 53

598 598 598 597 597 595

100 91 89 101 66 105

Mark Kennedy 298 Scott Hanson 298 Reiny Kuechler 297 Gene Conley 295 Dustin Whitehorse 293 Keith Trout 297 Rusty McLain 294 Justin Patterson 288 Jeff Hillesheim 290 John Fritsche 282 Mike Payne 294 James Habas 197 AMFSLR/L C James Kouba 292 CMFS C Adam Kramer 298 2 Dustin Beranek 298 3 Christopher Benavides 298 Michael Benavides 288 CMFSL C Dakota Albertson 268 2 Steven Hebert 269 CFFS C Kate Makovec 300 2 Jenny Kuechler 290 MSFBB C Lola Adair 189 MSMFS C Jerry Sagert 299 2 Karl Nelson 298 3 Pete Hillesheim 296 Ralph Baker 297 Ray Jones 299 Richard Lindeman 282 Keith Locke 281 John Hovey 271 MSMFSL C Ron Moschetz 297 2 Bill Premo 257 PFFSL C Lori Draeving 284 PFFS C Sally Robie 300 PMFS C Josh Dickerson 300 2 Scott Cran 300 3 Jamie Rus 300 Grant Schleusner 300 Robert Wolfram 300 Rod Menzer 300 Josh Miller 300 Dave Barnsdale 300 Jeff Button 300 Mark Venne 299 Bruce Trimble 300 Jeff Heeg 300 PMFSL C Emory Budzinski 299 2 Randall Wellings 294 3 Bruce Clarson 291 Dustin Landsinger 292 SPMFSL C Larry Smith 294 SFFS C Lora Smith 297 2 Trudy Shelgren 290 SMBHFS C Terry Smith 298 2 Jim Duda 297 3 Doug Maki 291 SMFS C Gary Sanders 300 2 Scott Smith 299 3 Doug Grade 300 Doug Carter 298 Kevin Gill 300 Alfred Albertson 298 John Smith 299 Robert Schober 292 Roger Jewson 290 Wayne Kaminen 271 Paul Domke 298

37 37 42 32 31 39 30 37 38 26 42 4

297 296 296 298 299 295 297 98 85 291

33

289

37 45 43 24

37 35 33 36 44 35 35 43 19 26

595 594 593 593 592 592 591 586 575 573 294 197

74 72 75 68 75 74 65 80 57 52 42 4

23

581

56

299 292 289 293

39 35 30 31

597 590 587 581

76 80 73 55

15 13

275 271 1

9 6

543 540

24 29

40 22

300 281

28 20

600 571

68 42

5

172

2

361

7

44 46 37 36 47 23 18 15

300 300 299 297 293 287 284

49 44 38 35 42 25 13

599 598 595 594 592 569 442 271

93 90 75 71 89 48 17 15

39 9

286 263

22 11

583 520

61 20

19

283

19

567

38

57

300

57

600

114

60 59 59 59 59 58 57 58 56 52 56

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 300

60 59 59 59 57 57 56 55 55 50 46

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 600

120 118 118 118 116 115 113 113 111 102 102

46 33 37 34

300 296 296 295

44 25 40 35

599 590 587 587

90 58 77 69

34

291

29

585

63

44 32

299 291

50 23

596 581

94 55

35 42 29

297 294

54 35

595 591 291

89 77 29

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300 300 299 300 298 299 297 297 291 264

49 50 46 43 45 50 46 36 32 14

600 599 599 598 598 597 596 589 581 535 298

103 96 93 94 93 92 89 70 61 34 50

SMFSL C Dennis Orlowski 2 Sam Conklin SPMFSL C Steve Boylan 2 Bob Webb 3 J B Hunt Michael Strassman YAFFS C Miranda Rosenthal YAMFS C Brad Kuechler 2 Jase Hintz 3 Greg Hoppe Dan Hebert Coty Beranek Joshua Brown Kevin Fritche YFFS C Tristan Skarvan 2 Amanda Faust YMFS C Alex Wifler 2 Jacob Brown YMFSLR/L C Brett Budzinski YFFSLR/L C Marcie Hebert

288 292

17 28

294 287

20 18

582 579

37 46

300 300 300 300

58 55 57 53

300 300 300 300

59 57 50 45

600 600 600 600

117 112 107 98

296

39

298

42

594

81

300 300 300 297 297 296 278

55 54 51 37 39 37 19

300 300 298 296 295 293 281

56 53 47 41 34 38 16

600 600 598 593 592 589 559

111 107 98 78 73 75 35

298 270

28 16

299 264

46 12

597 534

74 28

296 292

37 29

288 292

27 26

584 584

64 55

229

6

225

6

454

12

272

15

260

15

532

30

MID-ATLANTIC SECTION Mike LePera, Councilman brtesite@optonline.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 MID-ATLANTIC OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 16-17, 2007 Host: Location:

Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Campgrounds: Miscellaneous Info:

Garden State Archers Larrison Road, Jacobstown, NJ 08562. Clubhouse phone, 609-758-2222. Club website, www.gardenstatearchers.com. Take Exit 6 off New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and go north on US 206 to Rt 528. Turn right (7-11 on left) and follow 528 approximately 5 miles. 528 turns right. Continue on 528, past fire house (watch 25 mph speed limit), and at fork in road, veer left onto Striker Rd. Go to stop sign and veer left onto Larrison Road. Club is 100 yards on left. Club is located across from Hanover Country Club. Peg Callaghan, 1 Harned Avenue, Apt. H8, Somerdale, NJ 08083. Tel: 856-627-7879, Cell: 215-8400655. June 2, 2007 Friday evening, June 15, 2007, until 8:00 pm at the range. Friday, June 15: 14 targets available for practice ($5 fee). Saturday, June 16: 28-target Field Round, plus 14-target Animal Round. Sunday, June 17: 28-target Hunter Round Approximately 4 miles from range: Days Inn, Wrightstown, NJ, 609-723-6900; Quality Inn, McGuire AFB, 609-723-6500. These hotels are located at Exit 7, Pennsylvania Turnpike, approximately 10 miles from range (Bordentown, NJ): Best Western, 609-298-8000; Econo Lodge, 609-298-5000; Hampton Inn, 609-298-4000; Days Inn, 609-298-6100; Comfort Inn, 609-298-7960 Tip Tam, www.tiptam.com. Campground directory, 1-800-222-6765 Check out Six Flags Great Adventure at Jackson, NJ, plus affiliated (separate admission) water park, Hurricane Harbor. Enormous Six Flags complex has a drive-through Wild Safari park, and one of the country’s biggest and most popular seasonal ride parks.

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State News PENNSYLVANIA

John Pawlowski, Director bpjp@ccis.net PFATA News Update The Pennsylvania Field and Target Archers (PFATA) indoor state championship tournament held March 24 and 25 will be reported in the next issue. It was held at two locations: York & Adams in eastern Pennsylvania and Charloi in western Pennsylvania. PFATA will hold its outdoor championship Saturday July 28 at Mechanicsburg Sportsmen’s Association, Mechanicsburg, PA, starting at 9 am. .To participate in this tournament, archers must be a member of PFATA and the National Field Archery Association or USA Archery (NAA). The championship round will consist of 14 field and 14 hunter targets. Tournament registration forms and additional tournament information will be mailed to all PFATA members. PFATA members are encouraged to look at the sectional reports of this magazine for PFATA news. Most PFATA communication, such as pre-tournament information and tournament results, will be through this magazine. Other information will be as timely as possible. The annual meeting of PFATA will be held Saturday, August 18 at Mechanicsburg Sportsmen’s Association. Meeting time is 2 pm. I attended the annual directors meeting of the NFAA in Las Vegas on February 4, 5 and 6. Many items on the meeting’s agenda were discussed. Some items were approved while others were turned down. An important change was made in the bowhunter freestyle division at the meeting. The change pertained to what counter balance items could be used on bows in that division. The change will not be in effect until June 1, 2007. A complete report on the changes that were made at the meeting will be printed in this magazine. I urge you to read the report carefully. All changes will take effect on June 1, 2007.

MIDWESTERN SECTION Ray Jones, Councilman iowaarchery@hotmail.com

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 MIDWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 23-24, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Schedule: Accommodations:

Miscellaneous Info:

Rapids Archery Club 13315 Hanson Blvd, Andover, MN 1.5 miles north of State Highway 242 on Hanson Blvd. Julene Hakl, 5656 317 St., Stacy, MN. Tel: 651-4621916 None Saturday, 9:00 am: 28 Hunter. Sunday, 14 Field and 14 Animal Fairfield Inn, 8965 Springbrood Dr NW, Coon Rapids, 763-785-8922. Americinn, 3430 Northdale Blvd. Coon Rapids, 763-323-0010. AmericInn, 13440 Hwy 65, Ham Lake, 763-755-2100. Comfort Suites, 6440 Hwy 10, Ramsey, 763-423-4800. Super 8, 1129 West Main St, Anoka, 763-422-8000. Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce 763-421-7130. Anoka County Parks, 550 Bunker Lake Blvd NW, Andover, MN 55304, 763-757-3920. www.rapidsarchery.org.

Midwestern Indoor Sectional Results February 24-25, 2007 - Kansas City and Sioux Falls Two NFAA Indoor 300 Rounds PL PMFS C 2 3

SHOOTER

Jackie White Nshan Thompson Dewayne Keegel Marty Kraft Randy Ballard Dave Semmens Richard Potter PMFSL

Round 1 Scr X’s

Round 2 Scr X’s

Total Scr X’s

300 300 300 300 300 300 300

300 300 300 300 300 300 300

600 600 600 600 600 600 600

58 60 57 57 55 52 53

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117 117 113 113 110 110 108

Bob Besanceney SPMFS Al Irish AMFS Championship Flight C Ryan Herold 2 Tom Hood 3 Todd Nelson David Giles Bryan Quick Brian Jackson Chad Magnussen James Darden Mark Wages Tim Holhaus Jody Pletan Greg Haugsness Don Robinson Tom Pruitt Matthew Graesch Tony Keim Bubba Wolf Tyler Pierce Second Flight 1 Rick Peters 2 Mike King 3 Chad Brooks Steve Bridger Rob Monrad Doug Ellis Sam Maucelli Tom Drummond Jerry Roesler Dave Pendergrass Bryan Haugness William Mohn Third Flight 1 Brett Nelson 2 James White 3 Ron Lewon Allen Ingersoll Jack Gibson Drew Mosier Davin McDill Greg Kulesza Greg Robel Shane Caylor Pat Buscher Pat Donovan Ron Knoell Fourth Flight 1 Ray Manfull 2 Darron Rodgers 3 Scot Jackson Criscone Davis Scott Olafson Tom Fullerton Dwight Peschong Roscoe Van Ausdoll Rickolson Bruce Rhoades Kelly Goldammer AMFSL C Chuck Campbell 2 Robert Robinson 3 Jack Partridge Kim Meester Trent Withers Farrron Teague Jim Cloos AMFSLR/L C David Wearne 2 Quinn Talbot 3 Jeff Read AMBHFS Championship Flight C Lynn Hoch 2 Steve Christian 3 Al Kraus Clint Irlbeck Steve Honner Cody Smith

299

41

300

43

599

84

299

37

298

41

597

78

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

58 58 57 59 57 59 57 57 57 55 55 53 53 57 53 54 53 53

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 297

60 59 60 57 58 56 58 58 58 57 57 59 58 53 51 50 46 47

600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 597

118 117 117 116 115 115 115 115 115 112 112 112 111 110 104 104 99 100

300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300

50 46 52 50 50 46 51 45 49 43 47 49

300 300 300 300 300 300 299 299 299 298 297 149

55 55 47 48 47 49 50 54 44 50 47 18

600 600 600 600 600 600 599 599 599 598 597 449

105 101 99 98 97 95 101 99 93 93 94 67

299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299

41 50 51 48 51 51 41 37 41 33 49 45 42

300 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 299 297 294 294 0

49 52 50 53 43 41 51 45 37 37 49 44 0

599 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 598 596 593 593 299

90 102 101 101 94 92 92 82 78 70 98 89 42

298 298 297 297 298 297 294 293 281 297 292

48 50 44 44 39 34 35 31 27 32 32

300 300 300 298 297 298 297 297 290 0 0

53 48 42 39 44 44 34 29 30 0 0

598 598 597 595 595 595 591 590 571 297 292

101 98 86 83 83 78 69 60 57 32 32

299 296 295 295 285 286 281

43 33 28 35 26 29 31

296 297 297 293 291 284 280

41 44 37 25 22 20 21

595 593 592 588 576 570 561

84 77 65 60 48 49 52

273 279 268

21 25 7

285 277 271

21 10 17

558 556 539

42 35 24

300 300 300 300 300 299

59 56 48 46 42 54

300 300 300 300 300 300

53 51 53 48 44 50

600 600 600 600 600 599

112 107 101 94 86 104

Tracy Jonas B J Deaton Jon Hardesty John Kirse John Burkhart Bob Shipman Greg Rosa Greg Parker Tommy Kakovllas Second Flight 1 Bryce Pick 2 Doug Nihart 3 Calvin Swank Greg Wege John Vestal Steve Lanier Brandon McCormack Brett Cason Arnie Veen Nick Kakovlias Todd Hanten Rick Dana Third Flight 1 Reggie Siegal 2 Ronald Shaffer 3 Bill Welder Craig Shaeffer Douglas Smith Steve Schniedermeyer Joe Dupont AMBHFSL C Tim Randall 2 Leroy Capp 3 Phil Seaton AMBH C Todd Baggs 2 L R Beermann AMTrad C Elvin Mahaney MSMBB C Eldon Epley 2 John Dickinson MSMFS C Gary Thorson 2 Ron Baldwin 3 Cliff Sage Samuel Redden MSMFSL C Dallas Brakeville 2 Richard Anthony SMBB C Dusty Brown SMBHFS C Merlin Oswald 2 Russell Wood 3 Shorty Faber Louis Swoboda Dennis Amberg Gary Kostka SMSBHFSL Robert Redmon SMFS Championship Flight C Jim Bath 2 Henry Houk 3 Norm Swank Mike Little Ed Christman Charlie Crokett Mel Collins Dean Zelier Bob Nesset Second Flight 1 Dave Cizadlo 2 Larry Goertz 3 Eldon Larson Lynn Umbarger Dennis Garrison Larry Mincy John Doub Doug Wagner Mike Grigg

299 299 300 299 299 299 299 299 299

53 49 37 46 44 43 41 41 37

300 300 298 298 298 297 295 292 290

50 52 45 39 41 32 36 44 33

599 599 598 597 597 596 594 591 589

103 101 82 85 85 75 77 85 70

298 298 297 298 295 297 297 296 295 296 298 295

44 39 51 35 35 37 35 43 32 43 43 49

300 300 300 299 300 298 293 292 293 283 0 0

45 43 51 49 42 39 32 35 37 37 0 0

598 598 597 597 595 595 590 588 588 579 298 295

89 82 102 84 77 76 67 78 89 80 43 49

294 290 285 285 286 278 291

30 26 23 19 27 17 35

291 292 295 293 281 282 0

30 28 18 28 27 14 0

585 582 580 578 567 560 291

60 54 41 47 54 31 35

296 292 290

36 31 19

298 291 288

29 30 30

594 583 578

65 61 49

232 162

6 3

212 193

7 4

444 355

13 7

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5

154

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6

251 201

6 6

242 178

5 1

493 379

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104 93 86 107 99 88 85 100 85

296 296 297 297 296 294 290 285 267

45 43 33 37 32 29 24 29 20

300 299 298 297 293 294 290 289 0

42 44 37 46 32 34 32 27 0

596 595 595 594 589 588 580 574 267

87 87 70 83 64 63 56 56 20

SMFSL C Chuck Lear 274 2 Don Iverson 266 3 Jim Wyatt 271 SMFSLR/L C Earl Lysne 264 SMTrad C Gene Towne 255 2 Randy Mink 192 PFFS C Erika Anschutz 300 AFFS C Rhonda Owsley 299 2 Tobi Roger 300 3 Julie Kulesza 297 Jackie Hardesty 294 Dana Thurmond 282 Jenny McMillen 281 Judy Nesset 287 AFBHFS C Connie Shrader 297 2 Marcia Jones 287 3 Kathy Faber 286 Jennifer Pickard 288 Kathy Potter 289 Sherry Schniedermeyer 283 Jennifer Raddatz 277 AFBHFSL C Connie Randall 281 2 Linda Parker 285 3 Lana Lynde 239 SFFS C Jan Kostka 291 2 Karol Vanderloo 290 3 Judy Doub 283 June Grigg 274 YAMFS C Nick Corbett 298 2 Matthew Diffenderfer 297 3 Luke Robinson 294 Wade Grigg 286 Stephen Shaeffer 287 Alex Hemmingson 266 Jared Brown 259 YAFFS C Sydney Shaeffer 300 YMFS C Tyson Tuttle 300 2 Brandon Hood 300 3 Nick Olafson 300 Nate Buscher 295 Joseph Van Ausdoll 292 Austin Pick 297 Chase Ellis 272 Stephen Schniedermeyer 268 Emory Shaffer 259 Matt Larue 270 YMFSL C Adam Cloos 270 2 Lance Cahill 263 YFFS C Isabella Schroeder 297 2 Sydney McLaury 295 3 Sandra Shaeffer 275 Audrey Lanier 236 YFFSLR/L C Bryanna Cerveny 247 CMBB C Skylar Mix 274 CMFS C Seth Schroeder 299 2 Brian Boese 297 3 Ryan McCollom 297 Benjamin Kirse 289 Cody Schniedermeyer 281 Connor Fullerton 287 Lance Lanier 211 Riley Fullerton 220 CMFSL C Alan Capp 291 CFBB C McKenzie Mix 238

24 16 20

269 271 263

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CFFS C Marissa Quick 2 Meghan Buscher 3 Madison Mclaury Jennifer Roesler Baillie Besanceney

300 288 292 286 262

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Location: Directions:

Registration:

NEW ENGLAND SECTION Ken Moore, Councilman kmoore15@comcast.net

Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 NEW ENGLAND OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 23-24, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

Lunenburg Sportsman Club Reservoir Rd, Lunenburg, MA From SR 2 in Massachusetts, take Exit 35 to SR 70 heading north (Lunenburg Rd). Then turn right onto Leominster-Shirley Rd, then left onto Reservoir Rd. Follow Reservoir Rd to club on left. Lori LePage, 5 Sunrise Dr, Bradford, MA 01835. Tel: 978-372-8459 Make checks payable to NESFAA, and please include your phone number. None None Saturday: 28 Field and 14 Animal by assigned course. Start from 8:00 am until noon. Shoot all 28 Field, then shoot 14 Animal beginning on target #1 of same course and with same group. Animal targets are to go up at 2:00 pm. Sunday: Pick up scorecards at 8:00 am, general assembly at 8:30am, and then shoot 28 Hunter by assigned target with shotgun start at 9:00 am. Awards at 4:00 pm. Super 8 Motel, 482 N Main, Leominster, MA, 978 537-2800. Sheraton Four Points, 99 Erdman, Leominster, MA, 978-534-9000. Best Western, 150 Royal Plaza Dr, Fitchburg, MA, 978-342-7100 Camping available at club.

New England Tournament Info 2007 NEW ENGLAND SHOOT September 1-2, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule:

Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

Lunenburg Sportsman Club Reservoir Rd, Lunenburg, MA From SR 2 in Massachusetts, take Exit 35 to SR 70 heading north (Lunenburg Rd). Then turn right onto Leominster-Shirley Rd, then left onto Reservoir Rd. Follow Reservoir Rd to club on left. Lori LePage, 5 Sunrise Dr, Bradford, MA 01835. Tel: 978-372-8459 Make checks payable to NESFAA, and please include your phone number. None None Saturday: 28 Field by assigned course. Start from 8:00 am until noon. Steak fry at 4:00 pm. Sunday: Pick up scorecards at 8:00 am, general assembly at 8:30am, and then shoot 28 Hunter by assigned target with shotgun start at 9:00 am. Awards at approximately 3:00 pm. Super 8 Motel, 482 N Main, Leominster, MA, 978 537-2800. Sheraton Four Points, 99 Erdman, Leominster, MA, 978-534-9000. Best Western, 150 Royal Plaza Dr, Fitchburg, MA, 978-342-7100 Camping available at club.

NORTHWESTERN SECTION Bill Tiddy, Councilman tiddyw@aol.com

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 NORTHWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 16-17, 2007 Host: Camas Prairie Bowmen 30 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

Miscellaneous Info:

Grangeville, ID Grangeville is located on US 95 70 miles South of Lewiston, ID. Turn off US 95 at Main St exit; go East 1.1 mile through town to Grangeville-Salmon Rd; go South toward mountain 2.8 miles; range is on the right. [Do not turn left at drive-in theatre toward Elk City.] Barney Mowery, PO Box 102, Grangeville, ID 83530. Tel: 208-983-0287. E-mail: cioprntg@mtida.net At range, 6-8 pm Friday evening and 7-8 am Saturday morning 28 Field 9:00 am Saturday, 28 Animal 3:00 pm Saturday, and 28 Hunter 9:00 am Sunday Super 8, Grangeville, 208-983-1002. Monty’s Motel, 208-983-2500. Elkhorn Lodge, 208-983-1500. Downtowner Inn, 208-983-1110 Limited primitive camping at tournament site, available on first-come, first-served basis. Beautiful range located in evergreen trees and sheltered valley. Fairly level with only a couple of climbs around courses.

SOUTHEASTERN SECTION Tim Austin, Councilman flarchery@earthlink.net

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 SOUTHEASTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 16-17, 2007 Host: Location:

Directions:

SOUTHERN SECTION Lee Gregory, Councilman lee@dlprint.com

Registration:

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 SOUTHERN 3-D SECTIONAL June 2-3, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Campgrounds: Miscellaneous Info: Additional Info:

Irving Bowhunters Association West side of Spur 408 From I-20, Exit 460, go north on Spur 408, exit west on Keeneland Pkwy, first light turn left, second light turn left, stay on service road, turn right at the top of the hill. From I-30, Exit 38, go south on Loop 12, exit west Keeneland Pkwy, continue through light on service road at the top of the hill, turn right. Merissa Hughes, 7194 E. Hwy 80, Terrell, TX 75161. Tel: 972-551-3771 Mail-in postmarked by May 28, 2007 In person only at range, Friday, June 1, by 7:00 pm. Shoot to start at 9:00 am both days. Hilton Garden Inn, 972-283-9777, 800 N. Main, Duncanville (I-20). Ramada Inn, 972-832-8911, 711 E. Camp Wisdom, Duncanville (I-30). Joe Pool Lake, 972-299-2227. Cedar Hill (I-20). Hours 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Tournament will be conducted the same as the NFAA Redding Marked 3D Shoot. For a copy of a map and complete run-down of tournament format, please go to www.ibatx.org.

Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations:

Campgrounds:

Miscellaneous Info:

2007 SOUTHERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 9-10, 2007 Host: Location: Directions:

Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Campgrounds:

Longview Archery Club Longview, Texas From I-20 East or West, Exit 587, go north on Hwy 42 to FM 2206 (second light). Turn right, go approximately two miles, and turn right on Valentine Lane. Go to Rose Lane, turn right, and follow Rose to Longview Archery Club sign on right. Earl Johnson, 514 Berkshire Drive, Longview TX 75605. Tel: 903-758-1969 or 903-738-3222 Additional fee of $10.00 after June 2, 2007. At range on Friday, June 8, until 6:00 pm, or Saturday morning, 7:00 to 8:00 am. Saturday, June 9, 9:00 am: 28 Field. Sunday, June 10, 8:00 am: 14 Hunter and 14 Animal Holiday Inn Express, 903-663-6464. Quality Inn, 903-757-7858. Ramada Inn, 903-757-0500 Shallow Creek RV, 903-984-4513

Other Contacts:

North Carolina Field Archery Association Durham County Wildlife Club, 3616 Hopson Rd, Morrisville, NC. 27560 Durham County Wildlife Club (DCWC) is about 7 miles west of Raleigh-Durham Airport. From Raleigh, take Exit 280 off I-40. Turn left (south) on Davis Drive, and go past SR 54 for about one mile. Then turn right at the light onto Hopson Road for about one mile, and then turn left at the brown wooden DCWC sign. Proceed on dirt road to club grounds. Alternately, from intersection of SR 54 and 55 in Durham, go south on SR 55 toward Apex. Pass thorough one traffic light, and turn left at next light onto TW Alexander Drive. [Reference point: TW Alexander is on left, Durham County Water Treatment facility is on right.] On TW Alexander, cross the bridge over the RR tracks, turn RIGHT onto Hopson Road, then turn right at the brown DCWC sign. Joe Rozmus, 116 Trappers Run Dr., Cary, NC. 27513. Tel: 919-468-7115; Cell: 919-606-5692. e-mail: justxsroz@aol.com Postmarked by June 7, 2007 Friday, June 15th evening until 9:00 pm, or by 7:00 am Saturday morning at practice range shelter Saturday: 8:00 am announcements, 8:30 am, 28 Field, and 2:00 pm 14 Animal. Sunday: 8:30 am announcements, 9:00 am, 28 Hunter There are many hotels in the area. Here are just a few: Days Inn –Airport/RTP, 1000 Airport Blvd, Morrisville, NC, 919-469-8688. Fairfield Inn By Marriot – Airport, 2750 Slater Rd., Morrisville, NC, 919-4682660. Hampton Inn, 1010 Airport Blvd, exit 284, Morrisville, NC, 919-462-1620. La Quinta, 1001 Hospitality Court, Morrisville, NC, 919-461-1771. Falls Lake State Recreational Area, 13304 Creedmoor Rd., Wake Forest, 919-676-1027, 919-596-0639. Jordan Lake State Recreational Area, Off US 64, Apex, 919-362-0586. William B. Umstead State Park, Crabtree Creek, US 70, Raleigh, 919-571-4170. Reedy Creek: Harrison Blvd & I-40, Cary, 919-571-4170. The Durham County Wildlife Club is located in the heart of the Research Triangle Park, within minutes of Raleigh-Durham International Airport, and convenient to the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill areas of central North Carolina. There is fantastic shopping throughout the area. DCWC is more than just “a place to shoot.” The club has 96 acres of land, which includes an eleven acre lake complete with picnic tables and a large clubhouse. These are in addition to the well manicured shooting facilities. Forty acres of the property remain wooded, offering a serene respite from the pressures of life in the Triangle. There is skeet, trap, sporting clays, pistol and archery ranges. Shotgun shooting arrangements can be made with DCWC Members. The Archery Ranges are heavily wooded with mixed terrain. Several electrical camper hook ups are available at $10.00 per day. Primitive camping site will be available (no showers, potable water or dumping). Food service will be provided both days each morning and afternoon. Websites: www.dcwc.net, www.ncfaa-archery.org

2007 SOUTHEASTERN 3-D SECTIONAL August 4-5, 2007 Host: Location:

Ft Gordon Sportsman’s Club Tactical Advantage Sportsman’s Complex (Range 14) Ft Gordon, GA. Directions/Special Instructions: If coming from I-20, get off at the Belair Rd/Dyess Pkwy, and go south to Gate 1 of Ft. Gordon. If coming from the south, take Tobacco Rd to Gate 5 of Ft

Gordon. Have your drivers license/ID ready, and be prepared to stop for a vehicle inspection. If you have any firearms in the vehicle, make sure the firearm and ammunition are stored in separate sections in the vehicle, and to declare to the vehicle inspector that you have a firearm, and are going to Range 14. If coming in Gate 1, go to 25th St, turn left, past three stop signs. After the 3rd stop sign, the road changes name to Range Rd. Continue on Range Rd past a 4-way stop. Go past golf course and take first right, which will be Carter Rd. Follow the signs to Tactical Advantage Sportsman’s Complex. If coming in Gate 5, take first left after service station onto Range Rd, and go to the 4-way stop sign, turn left, and follow above directions. There will be direction signs for Archery Tournament from both Gates 1 and 5 all the way to the range. Note: You must have vehicle registration, proof of insurance, and picture ID to enter the military installation. Registration: Thomas G. Boots, 6530 Robert Dr, Harlem, GA 30814, 706-556-3240; or Earl Watts, 3672 Larkin Rd SE, Dearing, GA 30808, 706-556-6145. Make checks payable to IMWRF. Deadline: July 28, 2007 Late Registration: At the range all day Friday and Saturday, and Sunday before 1st shooting time. Schedule: Both Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 am assembly and 8:30 am shooting time, and then 12:30 pm assembly and 1:00 pm shooting time. There are two 25-target rounds ... one unmarked and one marked. May be shot in one day; however, everyone must shoot the unmarked first. Accommodations: There are numerous motels located at I-20 and Dyess Pkwy, which is straight out Ft Gordon’s Gate 1 approximately 5 miles. Campgrounds: There are some camping spaces with water and electrical located on the Post on a first come basis. You must check in at the Sportsman’s Complex for directions and availability. Additional Contact: For additional Information about the tournament and the surrounding area, contact Fred Perry, 706791-5078 or 706-833-2834.

SOUTHWESTERN SECTION Jerry Miller, Councilman swcman1@verizon.net

Southwest Sectional News Hi, everyone. The Southwestern Indoor Sectionals are history, and were a resounding success. The results are shown below. I wish to thank the hosts for getting the results in on time. Without them the rest of us wouldn’t have a place to shoot in the winter. I hope you had fun and enjoyed yourselves. Thanks for participating. We hope to do it again next year. On another note: The Southwestern Outdoor Sectionals are June 30th and July 1st, and are being hosted by the Timpanogos Archers in Provo, Utah. All the information you need is shown in the following paragraphs. See you all in Provo. Jerry

Sectional Tournament Info 2007 SOUTHWESTERN OUTDOOR SECTIONAL June 30-July 1, 2007 Host: Location:

Directions:

Timpanogos Archers Two miles south off US 189 (Provo Canyon Road) Club website, www.timparchers.com Traveling north on I-15, take Exit 266 (US 189, University Ave). Stay on University Ave for approximately 6 miles north to the mouth of Provo Canyon. Continue on US 189 about 3 miles to Squaw Peak Road, then turn south one mile, then left on Forest Service road at sign for one mile on unimproved road to range. Traveling south on I-15 take Exit 275 (Orem 800 N. Street) Go east on 800 N. St. Exit 275 for approximately 4 miles to the mouth of Provo Archery Magazine April/May 2007 31


Registration: Deadline: Late Registration: Schedule: Accommodations: Campgrounds:

Miscellaneous Info:

Canyon. Move to the left lane to merge onto US 189, and follow directions as above to range. Timpanogos Archers, c/o Roy Hampton, 568 North 500 West, Lehi, Utah, 84043 Tel: 801-768-3453. June 20, 2007 You may register at the shoot up to Friday, June 29. 6:30 am to 8:30 am, June 30. Late fee is $10.00. Saturday, 9:00 am, 28 Field plus 14 Animal. Sunday, 8:00 am, 28 Hunter. Provo Motels: Colony Inn, National 9 Inn, Sleep Inn. Dry camping on the range, 4-wheel drive must be used to pull trailers. Hope Campground, 10 Miles south of US 189 on Squaw Peak Road (Forest Service fee). Rock Canyon Campground, 12 miles south of US 189 on Squaw Peak Road (Forest Service fee). Reservation for Forest Service Campgrounds available by calling 1-877-444-6777. The one mile range road is a mountain road, passable by car at recommended speed of 5 mph. Due to the grade, 4-wheel drive must be used to pull camping trailers on the range. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PULL TRAILERS WITHOUT 4 WHEEL DRIVE ONTO THE RANGE.

Southwestern Indoor Sectional Results January 13-28, 2007 – Mail-in Tournament Two “450” Vegas Rounds Round 1 PL SHOOTER ST Scr X’s PRO MALE FREESTYLE C Steve Wagner CA 450 40 2 Chris Oosterlinck CA 450 42 3 Mark Poling CA 449 36 Justin Ahrens NV 447 29 Tommy Daley CA 447 38 Don Groetken CO 450 30 Bill Pellegrino CO 445 29 Rich Frietas CA 448 27 Al Raferty CA 430 16 SENIOR MALE PRO FREESTYLE C Ben Rogers CA 446 27 2 Frank Pearson AZ 446 23 PRO FEMALE FREESTYLE C Robyn Repp AZ 440 22 MASTER SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE C Marlow Larson UT 447 26 2 Jim Wagner CA 442 22 3 Wayne Davidson AZ 439 17 Tim Smith AZ 439 21 Paul Washburn CA 438 18 Bill Rucker CO 438 14 Bob Jacobsen UT 436 18 Robert Padilla CA 438 21 Richard Orth AZ 431 13 Gary Hilton NM 433 10 Doug Auckland NM 420 10 Ed Marten CO 418 9 Glen Alexander CA 440 18 Art Baribault AZ 420 11 Bob Baker CA 380 4 SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE Championship Flight C Don Snipes NV 450 28 2 Warren Buck AZ 447 29 3 Don Borg UT 446 24 Dennis Ruminer CA 441 21 Larry Berfield NV 437 13 Frank Roof NV 437 18 Gene Bates NM 438 18 Larry Phillips CO 436 13 Second Flight 1 John Thayer NV 428 13 2 Don Housman CO 427 11 3 Robert Marlbrough, Sr. CA 423 30 Garry Beck AZ 430 14 Bob Sowell CO 423 8 Henry Bertram CA 424 9 Jim Mense CO 422 9 Pat Peters AZ 411 6 32 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

Round 2 Scr X’s

Total Scr X’s

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26 23

893 886

53 46

441

26

881

48

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28 28 27 21 22 14 14 11

899 895 889 884 879 876 870 869

56 57 51 42 35 32 32 24

434 16 435 10 11 436

862 29 862 21 19 859

428 419 413 411 409

858 842 837 833 820

16 11 7 12 5

30 19 16 21 11

Gerald M Welt NV 396 4 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE Championship Flight C Mike Gerard UT 448 35 2 Mike Leonard NM 448 33 3 Charles Roof NV 450 36 Jimmie Neff CA 450 32 Jon Overton CO 447 25 Scott Wilson CA 447 31 Dwight Snodgrass NV 447 32 Randy Mims NM 449 33 Rusty Ickes CO 447 22 Mark Rubio CA 446 30 Kenny Sowell CO 447 30 Vern Andrews NM 448 30 Richard Buttner NV 445 31 Gary Grela CA 446 22 Second Flight 1 Jim Algera NV 444 24 2 Steve Swaeby CO 443 27 3 Mike Daurio CO 444 29 Monty Speakman CO 440 19 Dave Teran NM 445 27 Duke Smith CO 439 16 Travis Bowling CO 441 22 Jason Cox CO 438 21 Walt Smith AZ 442 21 Jonathon Rice NM 436 20 Mike Scarsella NM 439 21 Justin Speakman CO 434 16 Carl Jamison NM 434 15 Cory Collins CO 424 8 Third Flight 1 Chris Burkhart AZ 434 10 2 Mike Earight CA 433 17 3 Warren Decker CO 442 19 Kevin DePriest CO 426 9 Greg Sosa CA 424 22 Scott Meineke CO 434 14 Don O’Hare CO 434 15 Rowel F Romero CA 429 10 Marc Stevens CO 428 15 Jon DeJong CO 431 9 Paul Miller CA 423 5 James Stout NM 417 6 Gary Thompson CO 414 10 Alan Jensen UT 399 6 Devin Downing CA 394 9 Troy Grogan NM 436 26 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE C Sue Berfield NV 442 26 1 Sally DeLange CO 440 26 2 Ruth Auckland CO 426 7 Helen Buck AZ 408 8 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C Linda Adams CA 391 3 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE C Alanna Dunaway CA 433 13 2 Kimberly Terry CA 423 10 3 Jeanne Swaeby CO 415 11 Barbara Ghahate NM 418 3 Le Ann Thompson CO 399 7 Karen Baca-Moya NM 389 6 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C Rhonda MontenegroCA 395 2 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE Championship Flight C Judd Wathen UT 448 32 2 TomWagner NV 448 32 3 Carlos Funes CA 448 36 Aaron Davis CA 448 32 Kurt Geist CO 447 30 Allan Swanson NM 447 21 Jay Hayden UT 442 29 Scott Brown CO 444 19 Dale Scott CO 446 26 Dillon Sether CO 443 22 Second Flight 1 Ray Shepherd UT 441 20 2 Todd Hulm AZ 437 18 3 Heath Miller CA 441 17 Jeremy Beard NV 437 17

396

8

792

12

450 449 447 445 448 447 447 444 445 445 444 443 445 444

38 35 23 29 26 28 25 20 27 29 28 25 28 28

898 897 897 895 895 894 894 893 892 891 891 891 890 890

73 68 61 61 51 59 57 53 49 59 58 55 59 45

443 444 443 447 441 442 439 441 437 443 439 444 441 447

31 28 23 30 20 19 23 23 18 19 22 27 15 29

887 887 887 887 886 881 880 879 879 879 878 878 875 871

55 55 52 49 47 35 45 44 39 39 43 43 30 37

435 434 425 438 439 429 426 431 432 427 428 419 420 396 380 INC

22 20 12 17 19 9 16 16 8 12 16 6 8 3 4

869 867 867 864 863 863 860 860 860 858 851 836 834 795 774 INC

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445 438 432 403

22 20 10 7

887 878 858 811

48 46 17 15

403

3

794

6

437 433 422 418 411 385

15 18 7 7 12 6

870 856 837 836 810 774

28 28 18 10 19 12

386

7

781

9

449 449 448 446 447 443 445 443 440 441

38 28 33 29 31 22 18 23 19 18

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70 60 69 61 61 43 47 42 45 40

442 439 435 436

25 21 18 20

883 876 876 873

45 39 35 37

Dennis Howell CO 435 17 437 Scot Miller CA 431 9 437 Mike Bradley CO 438 13 428 Doug Baumer CO 431 9 433 Robert Stockton CO 428 21 435 Rick Lundin CA 435 18 428 Third Flight 1 John Sarkisian, Jr. CO 423 8 439 2 Josh Whittler CA 438 9 424 3 Richard Aitken CO 426 10 432 Brian Johnson NV 422 14 434 Frank Paul Salopek NM 422 11 422 Mike Hildenbrand CA 406 7 419 Nick Pittelkow CO 413 8 411 Slim Reed CA 407 9 416 Edward Vigil NM 415 2 408 Christopher Smith CO 412 7 397 Leon Wager CA 408 2 390 Craig Vinsel NV 387 7 369 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Diane Leclerc CA 425 13 423 2 Jessica Johnson NV 405 5 417 3 Sammie Hulm AZ 380 3 405 Susan Quiroz CO 388 4 391 Joey Lee CA 362 2 380 Jan Sander CO 381 3 361 SENIOR FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Maria Bertasi Barp CA 416 6 399 2 Oleta Salopek NM 280 0 365 SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE C Gene Unger CO 442 21 439 2 Ronny Yurong NV 437 16 422 3 Aldo Barp CA 417 9 421 William Clark CA 417 9 417 Johnnie, Zweygart CO 419 10 408 Slim Reed, CA 407 9 416 SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED C Mike Willis CA 424 10 426 2 Robert L Thome CA 358 0 368 ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED C Mark Leufkens CA 426 11 411 2 Leonard Anderson NV 389 4 417 3 Chris Tittle CA 391 4 412 Brian Dallons CA 403 7 374 Jay Flores CA 380 3 385 Jason Dean, NV 268 1 294 Clifford J Keick Ca 414 9 INC MASTER SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE C Oleta Salopek NM 280 0 365 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C James Willis CO 433 12 424 2 Thom Chamberlain CA 432 16 421 3 Bob Borges NM 424 9 405 Russel Gardner NM 411 9 410 Jay Boushee NM 408 6 407 ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER FREESTYLE LIMITED C Sherri Stine-Trujillo CO 387 0 389 2 Dani Patriarca CA 350 1 358 ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED R/L C Ted Holland CO 426 11 427 2 Stretch Anthony AZ 412 6 434 3 Tom Weselig CA 418 9 417 Roger Brown CA 411 6 411 Roy Bernal CA 393 1 393 Dennis High CA 338 1 372 Kelly Dean NV 163 1 182 Ed Eliason UT 423 12 INC SENIOR MALE FREESTYLE LIMTED R/L C William Landing NM 355 4 352 SENIOR FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED R/L C Barbara Schettler-JehlCA 329 0 356 ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE LIMITED R/L C Susan Jarocki CA 396 3 363 2 Diana Dancz CA 337 1 364 3 Lynn Walter Gill CO 234 0 245 MASTER SENIOR MALE BAREBOW C Larry Shotts CO 392 3 376 2 Bobby Hartman CA 367 5 393 3 Ralph Adams CA 383 2 372 SENIOR MALE BAREBOW C Charlie Washburn CA 385 5 408 2 Mike Pawelzik CA 387 5 355

17 14 9 12 19 12

872 868 866 864 863 863

34 23 22 21 40 30

17 10 13 11 9 5 5 6 8 5 10 5

862 862 858 856 844 825 824 823 823 809 798 756

25 19 23 25 20 12 13 15 10 12 12 12

9 13 7 1 4 0

848 822 785 779 742 742

22 18 10 5 6 3

9 7

815 645

15 7

17 15 8 11 15 6

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9 1

850 726

19 1

7 10 7 2 4 3

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9 13 4 6 6

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3 Johnnie Hoeft AZ SENIOR MALE BOWHUNTER C Harvey Jauregui CA 2 Paul Farina NV ADULT MALE BAREBOW C Rich Eckenburg CA 2 Tom Daley CA 3 Ron St. Clair TX ADULT FEMALE BAREBOW C Crystal Rosario CA 2 Julie Robinson CA 3 Rho Densmore CA Katherine Cleary CA SENIOR FEMALE BAREBOW C Linda Adams CA 2 Wendy Lewis CA ADULT MALE BOWHUNTER C Teddy Kibel CO 2 Gilbert Nelson NM 3 Dennis Rechel NV Jon Ghahate NM ADULT FEMALE BOWHUNTER C Lucy Rechel NV ADULT MALE TRADITIONAL C Craig Pearson CA 2 Mike Bahl NM 3 Charles McDonald NM Mark Chavez NM Don Mendez CO Steve Brixley NM Bill O’Connor CO SENIOR MALE TRADITIONAL C John Burrows CA 2 Ed Terribilini CA 3 Wayne Nielson CA Ray Thomas NM ADULT FEMALE TRADITIONAL C Timalyn Enright CA 2 Peggy McDonald NM SENIOR FEMALE TRADITIONAL C Joan Hinterbichler NM

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YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE C Jennifer Baca NM 355 3 393 2 MacKenzie Kieborz AZ 361 2 382 3 Nissa Ades CO 332 1 370 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE C Shaun Larsen UT 446 34 448 2 Martin Ward NM 443 24 444 3 Kyle Bartels CO 438 19 441 Michael Algerio NV 426 14 424 Zac Bognuda CA 428 14 417 Dustin Phillips CO 408 9 433 Josh Hammond NM 401 7 389 Michael Anthony AZ 332 1 325 YOUNG ADULT MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED R/L C Michal Tyra AZ 391 1 333 2 Christopher ZumwaltCa 343 2 355 YOUNG ADULT FEMALE FREESTYLE R/L C Gemma Goepel CA 341 2 350 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE LIMITED C Nicholas Von Wolfe NM 356 1 344 2 Tyler Gardner NM 326 1 365 YOUTH MALE BAREBOW C Wayne Reader CA 311 0 298 YOUTH MALE FREESTYLE C Wayne Reader CA 446 23 444

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748 743 702

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35 25 25 14 10 15 2 2

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by Paul Davison

N FA A A N D T H E G O L D E N R U L E

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rior to 1977, the NFAA “Code of Conduct” applied only to the NFAA Professional, and its definition was only one sentence long: ”The NFAA Pro Division member shall conduct himself in a manner (inclusive of dress) that will bring respect and honor to the National Field Archery Associaxtion.” Oddly, there was no similar

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wording in the NFAA By-Laws that applied to the rest of the NFAA membership. Moreover, there were no penalties should a Pro violate this code. Other archery organizations at that time; namely the NAA and PAA, had very strict codes, especially concerning clothing (and advertising thereon), footwear, and substance abuse (called “doping” then). Then at the 1977 Board of Directors meeting in New Orleans, a complete revision to the NFAA Professional Rules was approved. There were now rules covering (1) Code of Ethics, (2) Dress Code, and (3) Disciplinary Action, for violating either code. These rules weren’t all that demanding. They were based on common sense and good taste. Once again, these Pro rules of conduct weren’t meant to apply to non-Pro NFAA members. This oversight was corrected a few years later when the NFAA ByLaws were amended to provide a simple, effective, way of handling all disputes at NFAA national tournaments: “Disputes arising at this tournament will be discussed and ruled upon by a committee consisting of the Tournament Director, NFAA President, one Councilman, and two Directors available at the tournament. The Councilman and Directors will be chosen at random

by the Tournament Director. A list of the members of this committee shall be posted in public view. • A competitor not following the established tournament rules, improper conduct or creating a safety hazard may be disqualified immediately. • A competitor using equipment not deemed legal for NFAA competition may be disqualified after review by the committee, with the archer in question present, after that day’s shooting is complete.” Because we seem to be a little top-heavy on rules, the NFAA Directors decided not to specifically define the foregoing “improper conduct.” Common sense, good taste, and the spirit of good sportsmanship still prevail. Recently, the International Field Archery Association (IFAA), of which the NFAA is a member, enacted a very strict, 13-point, “Basic Code of Conduct for Competitors” (see www.ifaa-archery.org/pages/ basic.htm). Of course, when any NFAA member participates in an IFAA tournament, this Code of Conduct must be observed. IFAA rules, however, do not apply to NFAA-only competition. With a long history of getting along with fellow competitors, nearly all NFAA members feel that there’s no need for a Golden Rule that’s cast in stone.

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I was watching one of my students shoot the Indoor National Championship. On the first five shots, he got four Xs and a five. I motioned for him to join me behind the line and then pointed out that he needed to make a form and attitude adjustment. He was adding nearly three seconds to his normal shot sequence and his good form was suffering from the delay. His normal aggressive attitude toward the target had shifted to the point where he was becoming intimidated by the x-ring. Maintaining a rhythmic shot sequence is very important in order to shoot tight arrow groups. Good archers shoot every shot within one second of their normal rhythm. Why does an archer change his or her rhythm during a tournament? Why does it seem easier to shoot a strong aggressive shot during practice than it does in a tournament? The answers to these questions can be found by looking at an archer’s objective and attitude. During practice, the main emphasis is usually on producing a shot with good form. You are relaxed, so there is very little sight movement and the shot seems much easier. In a tournament, however, ones thinking often shifts from proper shot execution to that of hitting the bulls-eye or winning. The added pressure builds anxiety and produces tension which causes excessive sight movement. What is the best way you can overcome this problem? First, try to keep your thinking focused on creating a perfect shot and not on the result of where the arrow might hit. In a big tournament, most archers encounter more sight movement than they do in practice. The difference between the winners and the losers is how well they control this nervousness and strive to carry out a strong shot. When unnecessary seconds are added to your normal shot sequence, as you wait for the pin to be in the perfect spot, your back pressure starts decreasing and a poor shot execution is inevitable. Instead, you have to 38 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

aggressively

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learn the process of trusting your form and shooting a strong, aggressive shot. If you realize that you are more nervous than you can comfortably handle, let the bow down. Take several seconds of slow, deep breathing and concentrate on relaxing the muscles in your neck and shoulders. Accept the fact that you are going to see more sight movement. Then draw the bow, trust your form, and follow through with the completion of the shot. When you do, it will be the best shot you are capable of shooting under those circumstances. During a tournament, there are usually two predictable times that an archer gets more nervous. One occasion is on the first two targets, since most archers want to start the tournament on a positive note and have built up some apprehension about how well they are going to perform. To alleviate this potential difficulty, try to simulate the excessive pin movement in practice in order to help you be more comfortable at a tournament situation. Try running for a while to raise your pulse rate. Then pick up your bow and pretend that the target you are shooting is the first one of an important competition. Yes, you will see more pin movement, but you are going to have to trust your form and make a strong shot. Hopefully, there will be a second time during the tournament that you can become a little nervous. This is after you have been shooting great and come to the realization that you are in a position to win. Your thinking shifts from shooting excellent form to winning, so you become anxious. This thinking process needs to be reversed immediately. In your mind, begin replaying all of the good shots that you have been making. Then picture yourself doing the same thing on the target in front of you. Be aggressive and go for that strong shot. If you do the same thing as you did with the successful shots, you will get the same results.

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1. ATWOOD’S LAW OF CONFIDENCE When relatively sure that it’s a shot you can’t make, bank on it. 2. ATWOOD’S SECOND LAW OF CONFIDENCE Any difficult shot can be made impossible if enough time is taken to study it. 3. ATWOOD’S LAW OF ARCHERY HANDICAPS Handicapped archer: The man shooting with his wife.

There were 509 archers from 28 states and 3 foreign countries that found their way to Mason City Iowa on the first week end of the year. There was a $20,000.00 guaranteed purse thanks to the generosity of the sponsors. Plans are made for the 4th, 5th and 6th of January 2008. This has become the tournament that sets the tone for the other major indoor events. Being located in the central part of the country makes it easy to travel to either by car or plane. There are three major interstate highways close by and Northwest Airlines has a commuter terminal in Mason City. Des Moines, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minnesota are within a two hour drive from Mason City. All information for 2008 will be available on the web site. WWW.isaaproam. com.

4. ATWOOD’S PRO-MAXIM Insanity is doing the same thing the same way and expecting different results. 5. ATWOOD’S LAW OF BOWFISHING The least experienced bow fisherman always catches the biggest fish.

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A Double Robinhood by Pierre Berthelon quarter-sized X-ring (not unusual for Pierre!). His second arrow followed suite, hitting next to the first with that telltale sound of two well-shot arrows clattering against each other. Pierre then nocked and shot his third arrow, only this time a loud “smack” was heard as his arrow hit the back of one his first two arrows, splitting the nock and penetrating into its hollow cored center—A Robin Hood! “Wow,” you say, and especially in light of the fact that Pierre shoots with his fingers and not with the advantages of a mechanical release

Pierre Berthelon of New Jersey

aid. It gets better. As Pierre and everyone sees what has happened, he now has three arrows in the

A true Robin Hood does not happen often. In

middle of the X-ring—i.e., one regular length

this modern day of competitive archery, with the

and one double long!!!! No pressure you say on

increased sophistication of our equipment, ar- the next shot! Well, Pierre releases his arrow, rows shot into the backs of arrows is not uncom- and, whack again...that distinctive strange sound mon. Most often, though, the back of the arrow of sheering carbon. Yep, he shoots his fourth aris damaged—a nock missing and clear evidence row into the back of the other second X-ringed of a strike. Sometimes, however, with the “new”

bullseye. Now we have 4 arrows scoring X’s in-

hollow cored aluminum or graphite shafts, the

side the center of the quarter-sized bullseye, but

arrow actually penetrates into the core center of

only two arrow points are touching the target!!!!

the first, creating what we call in the circles of ar- Can it get any better? Of course, Pierre, with chery, a “Robin Hood”—as tribute to the mystical all the hootin’ and hollerin’ going on, maintains English folk hero of yesteryear well know for his

concentration and proceeds to release the last

ability to “split” the backs of his own solid wood

arrow, which slams into the back of one of the

arrows.

two previous “Robin Hoods,” almost accomplish-

Recently in New Jersey, Pierre Berthelon, a well ing a double and triple long Robin Hood all on known “finger” shooter with many state and the same target. His last arrow ends up ricochetregional titles, stepped up to the line for an in- ing out of the bullseye, and believe it or not, had door 20-yard shoot sanctioned by the New Jersey to be scored as an X-ring miss. This feat will be State Field Archery Association. Pierre shot his hard to beat. The picture proves it! Way to go, first of 5 arrows dead center in the middle of the Pierre!!!!!

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by Tim Atwood

Jim Penner of California—a member of Riverside Archers—took his buck opening morning while bow hunting in Utah. The buck was taken at 40 yards using a 70 lb. SwitchBack.

Tracy Neal of N. Tonawanda, NY, took his coyote in Freedom, NY using a Darton Magnum 33 lb. bow. The coyote was taken at 20 yards using Rocket broadheads. 42 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

Steve Vittetow took his turkey while bow hunting Durango, Colorado.

Richard Anglin of Yuma, AZ, took his painted desert ram while bow hunting southern California. The ram was taken at 25 yards. Richard was stalking the animal and took it with one arrow.

Frank Tolivar took his jake at 14 yards; this was his 25th bird.

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Choosing an

Outfitter BY FRED EICHLER

If

you aren’t concerned about choosing the right outfitter to take you hunting, you should be. I recently spoke with several high profile bowhunters that spend a lot of time and money with outfitters and all reported at least one really bad experience. Chuck Adams told me about a Coues deer hunt he went on in the year 2000 in Mexico. He said he had a great trip and harvested two trophy Coues deer bucks in ten days and saw many other mature bucks. He returned early this year to the same place with the same outfitter. However, this time over a three and a half week period Chuck didn’t see one mature buck. He felt the area had been over hunted with rifles and the increased harvest seriously depleted the herd. The outfitter also never brought up a way to make the sour trip up to him. Phil Phillips, the host of Scentlok’s Wildlife Point Blank TV Show, relayed a story of an outfitted Alaskan Brown bear hunt he went on. Phil said he was a little concerned about the trip as it was the first year the outfitter was in business. To make Phil more comfortable about booking, the outfitter agreed in writing to take him back if he didn’t have an opportunity at a Brown bear. Not only did Phil never see a bear but the outfitter refused to honor his contract and take him again. The price tag... ten thousand dollars. Phil’s suggestion is to always be cautious when booking any hunt, 46 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

especially high end hunts. Gregg Gutschow, former editor of North American Hunter Magazine, shared a story with me about a Quebec Caribou hunt he went on. The outfitter overbooked the hunt so Gregg’s party had to fish for three days of a six day caribou hunt, because there was no room for them at any of the camps. When they finally made it to camp the caribou had already moved through. Gregg felt the outfitter tried to take too many hunters and didn’t have enough guides or spike camps to accommodate everyone. My point in sharing these misadventures with you is that if a bad experience can happen to high profile bowhunters like these guys, it can happen to anyone. Deciding who to book your hunt with is one of the toughest questions to answer for a Bowhunter that is thinking of going on a guided hunt. It is a hard question for a number of very valid reasons. First, outfitted or guided hunts cost a lot of money. Second, we want to avoid a bad or dangerous experience if at all possible. Finally, we all have hopes of bringing home an animal. With the exception of a close friend who has had a good experience with an outfitter, most of us are in the dark when it comes to choosing who to spend our hard earned money with. Although nothing can guarantee a good experience, we as consumers can and should do research and ask questions that will help us avoid

a bad experience. Listed below are important things to consider or ask about before booking your hunt. They will help you make an informed decision on where to go. Are you experienced in guiding bowhunters? This is more important than many people realize! Most outfitters unfortunately aren’t experienced when it comes to bowhunting. Fortunately, there are some excellent archery outfitters/guides out there. It is our job to be sure we are going with an experienced outfitter. What is the guide to hunter ratio? In other words, will it be one on one or will you be sharing your guide with another hunter? It is worth knowing before you go. If your hunt isn’t a one on one guided hunt, some outfitters will offer a one on one ratio for a higher fee. How much will I spend including licenses? Make sure there are no hidden costs. Get in writing a list of all costs including license fees or additional transportation costs. Are meals provided? Is there a kill fee? How will I get my meat and trophy home if I harvest an animal? How many days is the hunt? Does that include travel days? Most guided hunts are 5 to 7 days, however, a lot of high end hunts continued on page 48 Archery Magazine April/May 2007 47


(over $8000) can be as many as 21 days. Can I add days if not successful? Some outfitters will allow hunters to extend their trip on a pay per day basis. Find out if this is possible and the cost. How physical is the hunt? Obviously, physical ability var-

ies from person to person as do the requirements of different hunts and terrains. A hunter that is totally out of shape can easily walk a hundred yards from a truck to a treestand, whereas a Dall Sheep hunt will require a totally different set of requirements. How much walking will we be doing on average? How much stand hunting? Will we be using horses? If you’re not comfortable on horses you may want to look elsewhere if your answer is yes. What percentage of bowhunters harvest their intended species? And how many have opportunities? Ask for specific numbers. How many bowhunters did you take last year for elk? Out of those, how many harvested elk? How many had shot opportunities? In fairness to the outfitter, I like to ask about shot opportunities, not necessarily numbers harvested. Can you send me references? Most outfitters have a prepared reference list. Of course, most reference lists are filled with hunters that had an enjoyable time and harvested animals. Ask for a list of specific references. Ask, if possible, for hunters in your state that have hunted with the outfitter. Be sure to ask for bowhunting references that hunted the same area you will be in, or that at least hunted the same species you are planning to hunt. Talking to other bowhunters can often give you a good feel of what to expect from terrain to guides. Ask for references of hunters who have not harvested as well. Sometimes your best information will come from these guys. Have you had any game violations? It is good to know if you will be hunting with someone who is a legal and ethical Outfitter. I suggest calling the game officer in the region you will be hunting, if the game of-

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ficer advises against the outfitter, I wouldn’t go. Do you hunt private or public land? This is just a good FYI. Some pubic land areas are great, but usually outfitters charge more to hunt private ranches. Do you have exclusive hunting rights? How much property do you hunt? Ask any other questions that you may be concerned with. Like type of food served or lodging if that concerns you. Ask for a suggested “to bring” list. These are handy and let you know what equipment the outfitter expects you to bring. Try and have all these questions in order when you call an outfitter that way you can have them all answered at once and save you both valuable time. I always try and compare two to five outfitters for each species I am going after. That way I can compare notes and prices. As a hunter I have booked a lot of hunts for different species. I have found that too much information is always better than not enough. Most of my bad experiences have come from outfitters I have not communicated with very much. I have also had some tremendous experiences with outfitters that will provide me with fond memories for the rest of my life. Some included harvesting animals and some didn’t. The Other Side of the Coin: As a full-time outfitter that guides ten months a year for antelope, bear, elk, mule deer, turkey and mountain lion, I have guided clients on successful trips for all of these species. I have also guided hunters on unsuccessful trips for all of these. Sometimes I screwed up. Othertimes, the weather prevented us from being successful, sometimes my clients mistakes caused them to go home empty handed. And sometimes the animals just didn’t cooperate. Below I have listed some tips

from an outfitter/guides point of view that will help you have a more successful and enjoyable experience. Be honest about your condition. If you say you’re in great shape and can go all day, you may very well be sent into an area that requires that. If you are overweight or have any disabilities or handicaps explain this to the outfitter. Many outfitters can accommodate people with disabilities or handicaps. Be aware of your range limitations. The effective range for each bowhunter varies. Try to be accurate in your assessment or how far you are comfortable shooting. Show up ready. Bowhunting is a physical endeavor. Try to be in the best shape possible for any hunt. Be sure to practice with and know the equipment you will be bringing. You’re better off bringing the old bow your use to than buying a brand new one just before a trip. ( It happens.) Trust your guide. (Very Important) You have already made your decision and paid your money. Don’t then question the guide. If you’re not prepared to be guided, don’t go on a guided hunt. A lot of animals have taken the trail back to their beds because of hunters not following their guides instructions. Are guides always right? Of course not. But if you did your research, odds are he knows more about the animal and the terrain you are hunting in than you do. To shoot or pass? This is a tough one. I advise hunters that are trophy hunting to have a clear idea of the animal they will be happy with. I also usually suggest that hunters harvest an animal on the first day of the hunt that they would be happy with on the last day of the hunt. Many hunt-

ers, including myself, have passed on animals early in a hunt that we later wished we had harvested. Tips The accepted and often published rate is ten to fifteen percent of the cost of your hunt. Most guides, like waitresses, survive on the tips they make. If a guide doesn’t do a good job, don’t tip him. If you think he did an exceptional job tip him more. If multiple guides took you, either split up the tip accordingly or ask the outfitter to divvy it up. If you have a cook preparing your meals, I suggest a tip of ten dollars a day.

with any weapon you must always be aware that you may come home empty handed. Even outfitters that claim to be 99% successful sent at least one person home without an animal. So be sure to enjoy every sunrise, sunset, the people and the terrain because that is really why we are all out there anyways. If you don’t lose sight of that, you will never have an unsuccessful trip.

Attitude The old adage about one bad apple holds true in hunting camps. No one from other hunters to guides wants to spend time with someone that has a bad attitude. Most true bowhunters I know are optimists. You have to be to be a bowhunter. So bring your best attitude to camp because another adage about your success being in the hands of your guide is also true. In closing, I would like to mention that when you purchase a fair chase hunt from any outfitter you are buying an opportunity to hunt. You are in no way purchasing an animal. When you choose to hunt five to fourteen days for a wild animal

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Second Chance Grizzly

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I WAITED UNTIL I had finalized the hunt details and sent in my signed contract before calling him. I knew he would be excited for me but I also knew he would question the logic of spending a year and a half worth of truck payments on a hunt. We had discussed my future and my money management, or lack thereof, many times in my youth. Although he doesn’t comment about it now that I’m an adult, I know that dad still questions my decisions at times. He was really worried when I turned thirty, was still single, and was living in a cheap rental place with two other guys so I could spend all the money I made from guiding and working a full time job on hunting. That was nine years ago and although a lot has changed in my life, the one constant is that I still spend most of my time and money on hunting. When I called dad he was excited for me. We talked about how I used to dream of hunting in far away places since I was a young boy with a dog eared copy of Fred Bear’s Field Notes. Dad instilled in me a love for the outdoors and a respect for all animals. He felt a hunter should be able to recognize everything in the woods, not just the game he pursued. So I poured over bird books as well as field guides for trees, insects, flowers and everything else I could get my hands on. But what really fueled my thirst for adventure was the great writers and storytellers whose spoken and written words and pictures of animals, scenery

and people took me to amazing places. For me, a job at Bear Archery when I was a young man took me one step closer to the places and animals I dreamed of seeing. My job was working in the pro shop at the Fred Bear Museum under Frank Scott. Just working there and getting to look at and touch Fred’s trophies from all over the world left an unquenchable thirst for adventure. One of my jobs was to clean Fred’s museum mounts. I would dust the animals and clean the claws and noses with mineral oil. The huge claws on the grizzly mounts would always amaze me and I often daydreamed of seeing one of these huge bears in the wild some day. Here I was at thirtyeight, almost twenty years later, but I was finally going on my grizzly hunt. I had booked the hunt a year in advance and not a day went by that I wasn’t thinking about it. Finally the big day arrived and I was in a boat heading up the Unalakleet River in Alaska. Sadly enough, my adventure was just beginning when things started going south on me. The first warning flag popped up in my head when I found out my guide, although a nice guy, had never guided anyone before. I was his first client. This was a cause for concern in my book. Worse yet, was that he didn’t even know the area that well. Things continued on a downhill roll when on our first day the boat broke down. The second day, we had recreational campers set up near our “remote” hunt-

By Fred Eichler

ing area. On day three, things went from bad to worse when our second and last boat broke down. The engine overheated and we were drifting downriver towards camp. We drifted into a sweeper (a tree hanging in the water) and the boat swamped and went under the limb. It all happened in the blink of an eye. One second we were drifting, then we floated sideways into a tree and I was struggling for my life. The weather was cold and we were dressed for it. I had on heavy pants, long underwear, a sweatshirt, a jacket, gloves and waders. As the boat started to roll under the sweeper, my cameraman Mike Leonard jumped off the back of the boat and made it to shore. I was in the bow of the boat and didn’t. One second I was in the boat, the next I was in about twelve feet of water. My waders filled up instantly and my gloves and heavy clothing made swimming impossible. I lucked out and grabbed a tree

that was hanging down in the water. I managed to hand over hand my way under water to shore. We had gone down on a corner in the river where the water was deep. The deep section went out about ten feet from shore. Then there was shallow water only ankle to knee deep for twenty feet. Unfortunately the swift current kept me pressed along the shore and the deep water. Mike helped me out but I had swallowed too much water and spent the next few minutes puking water out of my stomach and lungs. Our guide was also soaked but managed to stay with the boat until it came to rest along a logjam. He crawled up on the logjam and out to shore. Almost immediately we were both shivering uncontrollably. My emergency gear and lighters were in my fanny pack going downstream. Mike fortunately had a lighter in his pocket and quickly started a fire for us. Even though I was cold and wet, I felt

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Boat accident in Alaska (left) and boat flipped and stuck along the log jam. very lucky to be alive. The boat went down at close to noon and by 7 pm we realized we might have to spend the night out. We were still cold and the weather had been alternating between rain and sleet, so we decided to build a leanto and hoped someone would be along soon. Our lean-to was pretty sweet but the cold weather combined with wet clothes and no sleeping bags made the night rather miserable. We had gathered enough wood to make it through the night but nobody got much sleep. By eleven the next morning, we were making a plan on covering the rough fifteen miles or so back to camp. The boat was lodged upside down against the logjam and was not an option. We tried unsuccessfully to find my bow and other lost items but the depth and swiftness of the water made it impossible. Luckily, about midday, some local moose hunters came down the river. They were great and took us and what was left of our gear back to camp. My bow was gone along with a lot of smaller less important items. But without a bow, and a concern for the bad cough I had developed from swallowing too much water, I headed home. After a trip to the hospital in Colorado I learned I had a lung 52 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

infection from all the water I had breathed in. After some penicillin and a little time I was good as new. I was crushed. My great hunt was a bust. Not only had I not even seen a grizzly, I lost my favorite bow and almost drowned. The outfitter offered me another hunt to make up for my disastrous experience. I accepted and decided to give this grizzly hunting another try. On the plane ride over the following spring, I set a goal of just seeing a grizzly bear. I just wanted to actually look at one of those huge bears that had always fascinated me. My cameraman Michael Leonard agreed to accompany me again on this trip. When we flew into Unalakleet, Alaska, we were met by our new guide Paul. We loaded up our gear into his truck and went right to his boat. This time, we were going to be hunting from wall tents on the edge of the Bering Sea. As we made our way along the coast towards camp I quizzed Paul about bears and the area. He is a local who grew up hunting and fishing this area. He has also guided quite a few bear hunters. After about a thirtymile boat ride we came to camp. Four comfortable wall tents were set up on a small peninsula jutting out into the ocean. It would have been tough to find a more

beautiful area. Paul explained that the grizzlies come out of the hills in the spring to feed on the herring that would be spawning soon. They also comb the beaches for dead crabs, seals, whales, walrus’, or any other rich food source the ocean washes up. Unfortunately for me, the ice had not melted yet and the off shore winds had pushed a lot of ice in along the beaches. This lowered the water temperature and that kept the herring from spawning on time. Hunting was slow and all we had seen was a sow and two cubs that were combing the beach. We cut fresh tracks everyday on the beach but in the thick willows above the beach, the bears were difficult to spot. We spent most of our time glassing the beach from the boat or climbing to high spots and glassing. My guide Paul suggested we try going further down the beach. The next morning we pulled the boat into a small cove and spent the day looking for bears. We spotted a sow with three cubs that were almost as big as she was. It was incredible to watch these huge bears. Although I had not shot an arrow after the close range encounter with the four bears, I felt the trip was already a success. It was staying light until close to midnight so we

hunted late before hiking back to the boat. When we arrived we saw that the tide had gone out and the boat was high and dry on the beach. The tide wouldn’t be coming back in until the next morning so we built a fire on the beach with driftwood and spent a chilly night huddled around it. About five a.m., the tide was up enough for us to launch the boat. We were all tired and looked forward to getting to camp and catching a little shuteye. The wind was blowing and the waves were much higher than I was comfortable with. All of a sudden, when the boat popped up on a swell, I spotted a big bear walking by some large boulders on the beach. I yelled to my guide and cameraman over the whine of the engine and wind. Everyone looked but the bear had gone out of sight. After idling in the rough waves for a few minutes, the guide was beginning to question if I was sure I had seen a bear. Finally the bear stepped out in the open as he continued down the beach. My guide took the boat toward the shore but the rough waves and rocky shore made it impossible to land the boat. I was going crazy. Here was the first legal bear we had seen and we couldn’t land the boat so I could try a stalk. Paul finally found a protected cove to bring the boat into; the problem was that we were now miles from where I had spotted the bear. I knew the odds of that bear still being on the open beach were slim but we had the give it a try. The three of us, Paul, Mike my cameraman and I went back down the beach toward where we had last seen the bear. It was drizzling rain and I felt for Mike who was trying to keep the camera dry and operating in this weather. After hiking a few miles back toward where we had last

The author’s grizzly. seen the bear, I picked up his tracks on the beach and followed them. He cut up a steep bank and fortunately walked in one of the few snow patches so I was able to follow him. I was in the lead, the guide was behind me and Mike was videoing us going up the hill following the tracks. I was getting ahead of Paul so as I topped out on the hill, he whistled so I would stop and wait for him. When he whistled, I heard something; I stared in amazement as a huge grizzly stood up in the willows right in front of me! The bear looked right at me and went back down on all fours and started walking quartering towards me in the thick willows. He had no fear at all and was coming closer. As I nocked an arrow, Paul came running up beside me and mike came running up the hill with the camera. The huge bear stood up again to see what was going on. I drew my recurve and sent an arrow toward the bear’s huge chest. He went down quickly but stood up again. My second arrow was nocked and on its way just seconds after the first.

Although I felt confident in the shots, I couldn’t believe it when the huge bear went only fifteen yards before dropping in the thick willows. It was all over in just seconds. I can’t even begin to describe what having a huge bear like that at twenty yards is like. Paul couldn’t believe the bear went down that quickly and he made us wait almost an hour before letting us walk up to him. As we walked up we realized why this big bear was so reluctant to leave. Buried near him in the snow was a dead seal. The bear had carried this seal a few hundred yards from the beach to this thick spot in the willows. Although it took me almost twenty years to finally go, I now have my own grizzly hunting story. And you really can’t put a price on scratching something off your life list. Equipment Used: • 57 lb Palmer Recurve • Muzzy Phantom Broadhead • Easton Axis 400 arrows Reprinted with permission from Bowhunter Magazine. Archery Magazine April/May 2007 53


Win CA$H by Shooting THE AI

TECHNOHUNT ON THE ROAD contributed by Brian Sheffler

How about taking a break from hard tournament shooting and spend some time in Africa to do some trophy hunting? Yes that’s right, do a little hunting in Africa and not even leave the tournament site. So you say Africa’s not your favorite place to hunt. How about North America trophy hunting? Hunt the Caribou of Canada or the Mule Deer of Washington State. With no air fare, no guides but numerous trophy game to shoot. Sounds good, too hard to believe, how is the NFAA/WAF able to bring you so much excitement in one tournament. Well read on my friends and let me tell you all about it! This is done by taking a video hunt system, installing it into a large semi trailer and taking the show on the road. We at the NFAA/WAF have just done that. Its debut at the Vegas Open, the “Archery Interactive TechnoHunt” was seen and played by archers attending the 1st leg of the 3 Star Tour. The next stop for the Technohunt will be at the Indoor Nationals, 2nd leg of the 3 Star Tour held at Louisville, KY. After the Indoor Nationals it will then be on its way to Pittsburg, PA for the 3rd and final leg of the 3 Star Tour, the Stanislawski Open. Many of you have already experienced the Technohunt or have shot similar versions at your local Pro Shops. For those of you who have never experienced or seen the Technohunt, think of a Television screen 9 ft. tall and 5 ft. wide surrounded by a sensor to record the impact of the arrows hitting a projection screen. Videos of different animals projected on the screen in different hunting situations give the realism of a hunt. Even though the archer shoots from a known distance with arrows that have blunt tips, the hunting scenes show animals at different sizes and 54 Archery Magazine April/May 2007

distances which gives the archer the illusion or feeling of long and short shots. After the archer shoots his or her arrow at the projection screen, the computer will then read the hit on the projection screen and score the arrow accordingly where the animal was hit. 10pts. for a bulls’ eye, 8 for a vital hit and 5pts. for a body hit. You can think of it as a super X Box or a Play Station for archers. “It’s really pretty cool” as one young archer said after shooting the Technohunt several times at The Vegas Open. To introduce the Technohunt to the archers that are attending the NFAA/WAF tournaments you’ll be glad to know there are no plans for shooting fees at the next 2 legs of the 3 Star Tour, just pure and simply free shooting fun. Think of it as a distraction from tournament stress. Coming in 2008 make sure the Technohunt is in your plans to be part of your shooting experience at the WAF 3 Star Tour and NFAA tournaments. The planners at the NFAA/WAF planning meeting this fall will be burning the midnight oil to think of exciting rounds to shoot the Technohunt to make your weekend shooting more exciting and profitable with cash awards and prizes. Look for one-on-one elimination rounds, amateur team elimination rounds, Pro and Pro team elimination rounds, high score rounds for both pro and amateur with large cash awards and prizes. There will even be rounds for the kids to shoot and win awards. Make sure you give the TechnoHunt a try at the Indoor Nationals and at the Stanislawski Open this year. I believe you’ll agree with our young archer that this is the coolest archery novelty round to come to the NFAA/WAF tournaments. See you there. Archery Magazine April/May 2007 55


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GENERAL SESSION - Tuesday, February 6, 2007 Roy Grimes from NASP addressed the group and reported on the progress in US schools and also in several other countries. The National NASP Tournament will be held in June this year with the limited assistance of NFAA and the Kentucky State NASP tournament will be held on Monday following the NFAA Indoor Nationals in Louisville, KY. The NFAA has agreed to allow the use of our equipment and the Kentucky Fish and Game will supply the labor and administration. Paul Owens, representative from the Sadler Insurance Company addressed the Directors to report on improvements in the NFAA Endorsed insurance program. He reminded the Directors that the base price for club liability insurance has decreased this year and the maximum number of club members covered has increased. This should produce substantial savings for many clubs. The Bowhunter Liability Insurance program was covered with several Directors stating that they had not received their insurance cards. Report from M. J. Rogers on the new ASAP (After School Archery Program). This program is available to all NFAA shops and clubs as well as other interested groups with the required training. This program is intended for out of school groups, 4-H, YMCA, Church organizations, Scouts or for use at any NFAA pro shop as an after school or summer activity. The large numbers of children who have been exposed to archery through NASP are now looking for a program beyond the school and NFAA has filled that need. Doug Engh of NADA spoke about the Instructor Program and its ties to ASAP and NASP. He reported that NADA has used NFAA instructors for the NASP training and for student camps sponsored by the US Air Force at bases around the globe. Erik Watts, CEO of Easton Technical Products addressed the body and explained that the Easton Sports Development Foundation is preparing to fund projects that advance archery education. Several organizations have educational programs that will be considered as well as the NFAA’s ASAP program. The Easton plan is to help fund programs through matching grants or equipment assistance with the stipulation that each group funded must produce ten working educational programs throughout the year. The selection process has not yet been finalized. Attending meetings this week with NFAA, NAA, NADA and ATA have assisted in fact finding to make these determinations.

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Public Relations and Promotion Committee Report by Vice-President Brian Sheffler We want to have the NFAA booths set up at more non-NFAA events and trade shows. Many shooters want to know more about NFAA membership benefits, as well as information on the WAF tournaments. The 2007 calendar is a huge success and we will definitely create a calendar for the 2008 year. Paul Davison has taken the lead to design the calendar. Each month will feature a full size photo showing an activity pertinent for that month; e.g., 3-D shooting in August, indoor shooting in December, Field Archery in June, etc. Dates for all NFAA Sectional and National tournaments, plus WAF and other popular national tournaments, are shown on the appropriate pages. “Who to contact,” “where to register,” the benefits of joining the NFAA, and other similar data will be prominently displayed (our sponsors, too). It is intended to deliver these calendars, along with the tri-fold pamphlets to pro shops and other “early-in-the-year” trade shows, like ATA’s. In lieu of expensive videos, we may provide pro shops and others with NFAA PowerPoint slideshows on disk. In addition to lower production costs, showing a slideshow may be more convenient than videos for the shop owner.

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BUDGET At this time the Directors were given the opportunity to review the FY 2007-2008 annual budget. The Executive Secretary fielded many questions on various line items. There were no motions to change any line item as presented. In summary, the budget gross profit and total expenses balance at $599,150.00. A motion was made to accept the budget by MO, second by WA. Motion passed.

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