Question: How are the points calculated?
Question: How many points do you get?
These are questions that get asked often by competitors.
The Rules of Shoot (ROS) do have the “How” written in them, under Section 8.
ADDITIONAL COMPETITIONS AND AWARDS A 3D STATE SERIES
A1. In order to qualify for a State Series Award, a competitor must shoot in at least three (3) sanctioned shoots in a State Series (NSW or QLD or VIC). Points will be obtained from the best three (3) placings in each State Series.
A2. The State Titles Sanctioned shoot will be the last State Event of the year and will be worth 1.5 points towards the State Series only. State Titles points will only qualify for standard point towards SOTY
A3. Shooters can participate in more than one State Series but may only place in one State Series. (Points from any State of Origin cannot be used towards the State Series).
A4. If a shooter qualifies in more than one State Series then
A.4.1 They will be awarded a placing in the series in which they accumulate the highest number of points and be in-eligible for an award in any other series or
A.4.2 If they accumulate the same number of points in more than one series, they will be awarded a place in the series in the state in which they live and be in-eligible for an award in any other series.
A.4.3 If an Archer qualifies in more than one State series their SOTY total will be calculated from the State they have been awarded their highest placing.
This is how the points are calculated for the state series this year.
B 3D SHOOTER OF THE YEAR
B1. In order to qualify for 3DAAA “Shooter of the Year”, an archer must participate in at least three (3) Sanctioned 3D Shoots and the National 3D Championships. Points are awarded as per the archers placing at these shoots. The make-up of the three (3) Sanctioned Shoots can come from one (1) of Six (6) combinations:
B.1.1 Three (3) State Series 3D shoots.
B.1.2 Two (2) State Series 3D shoots and one (1) Interstate 3D shoot.
B.1.3 Two (2) State Series 3D shoots and One (1) State of Origin 3D shoot.
B.1.4 One (1) State Series 3D shoot, and one (1) Interstate 3D shoot and One (1) State of Origin shoot
B.1.5 One State Series 3D Shoot Two (2) Interstate 3D Shoots (must be different States) eg One NSW, One Vic and One QLD State Series 3D Shoot.
B.1.6 One State of Origin Shoot and Two (2) Interstate 3D Shoots (must be different States) as per Rule B1.5
B2. The National Championships are worth double points.
B3. Archers in all Classes (except Non-Competitive Classes) are eligible for ‘Shooter of
B4. The committee reserves the right to amend the scoring procedure for shooter of the year to accommodate any inequitable situations in the shoot calendar as they arise.
This is how the points are calculated for the Shooter of The Year.
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