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With the target Archery are divided the Archer in A, B, C and D Archer.On each target boss four Archer shoot. At the same time always two Archer shoot. First A-B shoots and afterwards shoots the C-D Archer. In the next passage the C-D Archer and A-B Archer begin follow. In this change the complete tournament is denied.

The Archer on A or C were drawn, always take the left workstation on the shooting line. The Archer on B or D were drawn, always take right workstation on the shooting line.


The number of arrows per passage and the time for it the available depends on the distance. Are shot at short distances to 50 m 3er shot sequence. Starting from distances of 60 m 6er shot sequence are shot.


The beginning of shooting for each shot sequence is displayed with an acoustic signal and a traffic light. The traffic light changes from red on green. Now the Archer may begin with shooting.With 3er shot sequence is the shooting time with 2 min. With 6er shot sequence may need the Archer 4 min for its 6 arrows. A half minute before flow of the shooting time changes the traffic light of green on yellow, in order to announce the end the shooting time. As soon as the shooting time is terminated, an accumulator desk a signal sounds and the traffic light changes on red. Now no more arrow may be shot. A Archer shoots an arrow at the red light, thus the best arrow from this shot sequence is not noted.

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The target - shooting is defined by the FITA regulation. The FITA is the world union for Archery. The target - shooting takes place on special ranges and contains matches between 18 m (indoors) and 90 m. Internationally frequently the 70 m are delivered, this are the distance for Worldcups and Olympic Games. In the target - shooting are Korea, Central Europe, to count India and the USA as the largest sport nations. In particular in Korea Archer are highly respected and are very well promoted.

Target Archery
Target Archery
Target Archery

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