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California Indoor Archers Club
Primary Reasons To Join USA Archery (USAA)
- Required after earning your 4th Achievement Pin (in order to earn pins #5 and above or to move on to the Intermediate and Advanced group levels)
- Required to attend most tournaments at state, national or international level. Also required in some local tournaments held at outdoor archery ranges that require archers to have USA Archery insurance coverage to participate in tournament(such as El Dorado Park or Discovery Park)
Archers are responsible for registering and managing their own USA Archery (USAA) membership if they wish to achieve higher pins or attend tournaments
Competing archers are also eligible to earn JOAD and Adult Club Achievement Awards and World Archery STAR Performance Awards.
Eligible to participate in all national, regional, local, state, collegiate**, virtual and NFAA sanctioned tournaments as well as open international competitions. Some events may have additional qualification criteria beyond USA Archery membership requirements.
Earn points according to the National Ranking System for National Ranking and Records*.
Members can enjoy the discount programs created for USA Archery members by United and more!
Members are eligible to receive a Range Pass once they meet an additional set of requirements (Background Screening, SafeSport Training, USA Archery Membership). A Range Pass is required for any club employee, volunteer, coach, judge or member who has routine access to minors within a USA Archery or Club event or activity.
Enjoy monthly newsletters with information about membership, USA Archery events, tournaments and more.
Covers USA Archery sanctioned activities. Members with a current instructor or coach certification also receive Coach Liability Insurance (USA Archery Certification, Background Screening and SafeSport required).
An All-Access USA Archery membership is required for eligibility for International Team Staff selection.
Members who are 18 and older as of February 1st of the membership year have the right to vote in USA Archery elections. Please provide your date of birth prior to February 1st to be included on the voting list.
Each year at the Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) National Target Championships, youth archers from across the country gather to compete for medals and college scholarships. The scholarships, offered directly from colleges and universities, allow college-bound young men and women an opportunity to continue participating in archery while attending school. With JOAD and collegiate archery clubs spanning the United States, there’s plenty of opportunities near you. Come join the fun!
ANN HOYT/JIM EASTON JOAD GRANT
The Ann Hoyt/Jim Easton JOAD Grant is made possible by archery legend, Ann Hoyt and current supporter of youth archery, Jim Easton. Through contributions from Ann Hoyt Legacy Fund and Easton Foundations, JOAD Clubs can request fund for items such as target butts, stands, archery equipment, general supplies, and coach certifications. Grant request should not exceed $2,000.00.
JOAD Grant Application Deadline: Request may be submitted at any time. Application must be submitted for review by April 15th.
- SHENK AWARD
The Shenk Award, established in 1980 in honor of former NAA President Clayton Shenk, is presented to the senior male and female archer in the recurve division with the highest combined scores in the U.S. National Indoor, Field and Target Championships for that year.
- EASTON AWARD
The Easton Award, named in honor of former World Archery President James Easton, awards the top male and female compound senior archers who have the highest combined total score in the U.S. National Indoor, Field and Target Championships for that year.
- THOMPSON AWARD
This award was founded in 1939 to honor the NAA’s first President, J. Maurice Thompson. It is given to those who have rendered outstanding and meritorious service to archery without expectation of award. It is one of the most cherished honors USA Archery offers.
- DEVELOPMENTAL COACH
A developmental coach of the year nominee is coach of a youth club, school or junior-level coach, or a coach directly responsible for coaching athletes to the junior and/or elite level. This award is based on the accomplishments from October 1st through September 30th.
- VOLUNTEER COACH
A volunteer coach of the year nominee is a coach who does not receive payment in any form for their involvement in coaching. This award is based on the accomplishments of the coach from October 1st through September 30th.
- “DOC” COUNSILMAN SCIENCE AWARD
The “Doc” Counsilman Science award is for a coach that utilizes scientific techniques/equipment as an integral part of his/her coaching methods, or has created innovative ways to use sport science. This award is based on the accomplishments from October 1st through September 30th.
- Adult (AAP group members)
- Only for those in a college club or team (must be able to provide proof of this to USAA at time of registration)
- Youth (JOAD group members)
- Adult – Partner Association
- Only for those who are already members of the National Field Archery Association (NFAA)
Information To Know While Registering
Your Age Category
(based on the OLDEST age you will be by December 31 @ 11:59pm in THAT calendar year):
- Master 70+ (age 70 and over)
- Master 60+ (age 60 – 69)
- Master 50+ (age 50 – 59)
- Senior (age 21 – 49)
- Junior (age 18 – 20)
- Cadet (age 15 – 17)
- Cub (age 13 – 14)
- Bowman (age 8 – 12 / age 10 -12)
- Yeoman (age 8 – 9) – very rare option
Your Bow Style/Division:
- Barebow / Barebow Recurve
- Olympic Recurve / FITA Recurve
- Longbow / Traditional
Club To Associate With:
- California Indoor Archers (CA)
(with the attached PDF that contains the membership card) to email@example.com