World Archery, Archery GB and Cleve Archers provide a large number of awards for archers at all levels. We all like to be rewarded for our achievements.
WA Beginners Feather/WA Beginners Arrow
The World Archery Beginner awards require you to demonstrate your knowledge of archery, archery technique and score. They cover a range of distances up to 30m.
Progress Awards are score based, the required scores are based on your age and distance.
The 252 award is available from 10 yards to 100 yards.
Open to seniors and juniors when shooting at a UK Record Status York, Hereford, Bristols I-V. Claims are made at the record status tournament and the round shot must be relevant to age group.
Six Gold, Three Gold, Six Clout
Claimed at outdoor competitions for Seniors and Juniors who shoot six arrows in the gold during one end with a recurve or compound. The Three Gold badge is open to archers who shoot three arrows into the gold during with a longbow.
The Tassel award scheme for clout archery is available for shooting a double one-way or two-way Archery GB clout round.
WA Arrowhead awards is score based and open to seniors and juniors when shooting recurve, barebow or compound at a UK Record Status field tournament that also has Arrowhead Award status. Claims are made at the record status tournament.
WA Silver Star
WA Silver Stars. Badges for recurve archers are shield shaped, while badges for compound archers are round.
WA Silver Star awards are for U17 (Cadet) or 50 or over (Masters) shooting the appropriate Cadet or Masters round and shows a silver Star with coloured silver writing. These awards can only be claimed at World Record status events.
WA Silver Target
WA Silver Target awards are for archers U17 (Cadet) and archers 50 or over (Masters) shooting the appropriate Cadet or Masters 60m round. The badge is the same colour and shape as the Target badges but has silver coloured writing. These awards can only be claimed at World Record status events.
The WA silver star badge can only be gained at a World Record or WA Award Status event shooting a cadet round. The WA Silver Stars are for archers under 17 (‘cadets’) shooting a cadet round. Badges for recurve archers are shield shaped, while badges for compound archers are round.
WA Target awards may be achieved when shooting other WA rounds at World Record Status tournaments.
Handicap Improvement Medal
Is awarded to the club member who achieves the greatest handicap improvement over a calendar year. The holder of the medal usually wears it on Club Target days.
Award Claim Forms:
Progress Award – Badge Awards
Progress Awards – Club Registration
Award Claim – 6 Gold End Badge
Target Archery – Master /Junior Bowmen