Welcome to the Website of Archery New Zealand Inc

Archery New Zealand is an Incorporated Society and is the recognised governing body of Archery in New Zealand. It is affiliated to the International Federation - World Archery (WA),  World Archery- Oceania and the New Zealand Olympic Committee. It works closely with Sport New Zealand  (formerly SPARC).  Archery New Zealand holds annual National Championships for Target, Field, Clout and Indoor Archery and has also hosted the Oceania Regional Championships on several occasions.

Our Mission Statement:
 
“Archery enables and celebrates a community of people of all ages and abilities to become confident, have attitude and strive for excellence.”



   

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12, Sep, 2014

Following the Indoor Nationals the Archery NZ Record Lists have been updated.

Since the previous update at the end of April there have been 116 new indoor shooting records established. The majority of...

07, Sep, 2014
Entries are now open for the 2014/15 Archery New Zealand postal league. Entries are due by Friday 19th September 2014....

04, Sep, 2014
Samoa Commonwealth Youth Games 2015
5th to 12th September 2015

 

Sports Programme & Age Groups

Archery (Men and Women unless otherwise stated) Men’s and women’s singles (Recurve).

The Olympic Committee (OC) is recommending to the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) after consultation with the technical delegate formal endorsement for mixed doubles both by team and across teams if there are insufficient entries per Commonwealth Games Association (CGA).

 

World Archery Youth category:

Men & Women: 14 – 17 years of age (athletes born in 1998, 1999, 2000 & 2001).

 

Criteria The qualifying criteria for this tournament is now posted on the website but still needs to be ratified by the...

04, Sep, 2014

The Board is seeking applications for team managers, assistant team managers and coaches for the international tournaments next year.

Regretfully there may not be any financial support available and, like the team members, the officials will need to pay their own transport and accommodation costs, and to purchase the current ANZ uniform. But every effort will be made to obtain funding for each team.

The tournaments for which applications are sought are: a) Archery World Cup Stage 1, Shanghai,...

28, Aug, 2014
Hi everyone, On behalf of the 2014 organising committee, I would like to welcome you to Palmerston North for the 43rd...

27, Aug, 2014
2014-2015 On Line Membership Subscription Form is Now Available All returning (and new members) should submit this form to...

11, Aug, 2014
Archery NZ and PTS Logistics http://pts.kiwi/ are delighted to announce a sponsorship agreement that provides significantly...

11, Aug, 2014

In order to help simplify Board processes and reduce the e-mail overhead could all e-mail communication with the Board be directed to the National Secretary (secretary@archerynz.co.nz) in the first instance as a single e-mail and not CC’d to each member of the Board.

This is good e-mail etiquette and helps to reduce the large number of e-mails to be managed.

For communication specifically related to the commissions (Judges, Athletes, JAMA, Coaches) please communicate directly with...

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14, Sep, 2014
River Glade Archers

06, Sep, 2014
Gisborne Archery Club

09, Aug, 2014
Dunedin Archery Club

14, Mar, 2012
Links to International Archery News and Information websites:
World Archery http://worldarchery.org/ The international governing body of archery (formerly known as the International...

10, Jun, 2014


Hi Everyone

And welcome to the second quarterly JAMA Newsletter for 2014. Happy reading: 

  JAMA Postal League The JAMA Postal competition for 2014 has started with great success, with up to 147 archers per month...

19, Dec, 2013
Hi Everyone Below is the latest update from JAMA, happy reading:     JAMA Postal League Only limited data this time but...

22, Oct, 2013
Prime Minister’s Athlete Scholarship applications will open on 1 November for the 2014 intake of the programme....

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