Important Archery Reference Documents & Club Forms

When going to class, an event or a tournament it is always a good idea to arrive slightly early so you are ready to begin when needed.  Below are some suggested times to show up before:

Event TypeSuggested Time To ArriveIf you are late
CIA Weekly Club Session
Private Lesson
Open Shooting
15 minutes earlyThe session will start late for you and will not be made up on the other side
Pin Shoot20 - 30 minutes earlyIf you are only slightly late, then you will have to have a judge do a special equipment
check with you and you miss out on your 2 practice ends and they cannot be made up.
In some cases this will also keep other archers from being able to start
on time if there is no judge available to do your equipment check right away.

If you are really late, you might miss the whole pin shoot
or be frustrated when you first begin, which is a terrible way to feel when
you are trying to get achievement pins
Tournament1 - 2 hours earlyIf you are only slightly late, then you will have to have a judge do
special equipment check with you and you miss out on your 2
practice ends and they cannot be made up

If you are really late, you might miss your first few
SCORING end, which cannot always be made up and
so you will start with those ends as all MISS and that can hurt
your final tournament score significantly.

January 9, 2021

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Document Name
hyperlinked
Type of ReferenceReleased byAdditional Notes
Steps of ShootingAthlete DevelopmentCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
USA Archery
(USAA)
Age CategoriesEquipment & MaintenanceCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
USA Archery
(USAA)
Bow DivisionsEquipment & MaintenanceCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
USA Archery
(USAA)
Suggested Brace Heights For Recurve BowsEquipment & MaintenanceCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
USA Archery
(USAA)
TRANSITIONING FROM INDOORS TO OUTDOORS: SIGHT PIN LOCATIONAthlete DevelopmentUSA Archery
(USAA)
Join California Indoor Archers on Slack Group MessengerClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Request to Sign Up For real-time updates about
the Coronavirus advisements, tournaments and other club related announcements.
Adult Archery Program (AAP): Club Program Registration FormClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Must be approved by coaches as outlined in the CIA Program Levels
Club By-LawsClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Equipment ChecklistsEquipment & MaintenanceCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Club Hand Signals for TournamentsTournamentsCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
How To Join USA Archery (USAA)TournamentsCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
USA Archery
(USAA)
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD): Club Program Registration FormClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Must be approved by coaches as outlined in the CIA Program Levels
Adult Archery Program (AAP): Indoor Achievement Pin MatrixUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
Adult Archery Program (AAP): Outdoor Achievement Pin MatrixUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
Adult Archery Program (AAP): Program LetterClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Request to Borrow Archery EquipmentClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
For tournament Use ONLY
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD): Indoor Achievement Pin MatrixUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD): Outdoor Achievement Pin MatrixUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD): Program Letter for California Indoor ArchersClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Recurring Payment Authorization FormClub OnlyCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
For California Indoor Archery (monthly and annual) Use ONLY
– not intended for private lesson use
Tournament Prep ChecklistsTournamentsCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
List of Recurring Tournaments To Watch ForTournamentsCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
Event Reference GuideTournamentsUSA Archery
(USAA)
Training tool for learning event and tournament processes and protocols
Athlete Development ModelAthlete DevelopmentUSA Archery
(USAA)
Urine Dehydration ChartFitness & HealthOften posted at training centers for USA Archery
(USAA)
Custom Made Items Order FormMiscellaneousCalifornia Indoor Archers
(aka “the CIA”)
&
South Bay Archery Lessons
Bowstrings for ILF or Wooden (Traditional) limbs

Paracord Items
National RankingsUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
National Ranking System 101 (NRS)USA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)
National Ranking System – Para 101 (NRSUSA Archery High PerformanceUSA Archery
(USAA)