The Selection Panel apologies for the delay in publishing the Youth World Championships Policy & Criteria, and due to time frames for qualification has now altered the format of the selection process to allow more time for archers to gain MQS.
The Archery NZ Selection Policy & Criteria for the 2019 World 3D Championships has been amended. The original policy was for a 24 target 3D round, however due to Archery NZ National Field Championship being only able to run a 20 target 3D round qualification score have been included for this too. The amended policy also now includes "instinctive" in the divisions.
UTSNZ asked for some minor changes to be made to our Universiades 2019 Policy - the qualification criteria itself has not changed, there are some changes around dates and wording. See above for updated version.
The 2019 Selection Policy differs from the Selection Policy for 2018. For the 2019 Selection event access to World Cup, Asia & European Grand Prix's there is a MQS to gain access to the selection event, there is a higher access for those who wish to qualify through this event for the 2019 World Championships.
Selection Policy for the Pacific Games CQT for Mixed Recurve Teams for Tokyo 2020 is now available. Please note that as New Zealand & Australia are ineligible to compete in the Archery at the Pacific Games, archers are only able to shoot the first of the two 72 arrow rounds as qualification. Then only 1 MR & 1 WR from the New Zealand Team will go on to compete in the Mixed Team Match Play at the CQT (Continental Qualifying Tournament). The Team is not able to participate in the whole Pacific Games Event. We will need a Team Official to travel with the Team for this event and are taking applications. Note that date error under 3.1 (i) has now been corrected. Some minor wording in Appendix B has also been updated.
Some minor updates have been necessary on the GAMES OF THE XXXII OLYMPIAD – TOKYO 2020 Nomination Policy. World Archery had altered the dates, venue & order of World Cups in 2019, plus the table in Appendix B has been modified. These changes have been approved by NZOC & the Board of Archery NZ.