FITA PA Tournament

This is a video of a typical FITA Indoor tournament.  60 arrows, shot in 20 ends of 3, scored by groups of four archers (two to score, 1 to call), monitored by a Judge with whistle commands and a two minute clock. The distance is 18 meters (six inches shy of 20 yards).  The targets are 40 cm across with ten scoring  rings.  The three-spot targets are the same size, but only have rings six to ten.  The archers can choose which target to shoot.  Compound archers score the inner ten (or X ring) as 10 points and the rest of the yellow as a 9. Recurve archers score the whole ten ring as 10. This tournament took place on February 6, 2010 at the Reading Archery Club.

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