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USA Archery Membership is Required to Apply for Records
*Please note: USA Archery Records were previously and graciously maintained by a volunteer. USA Archery staff are currently building a new database solution that is expected to help streamline the record sorting and updating process. We thank you for your continued patience and hope to have updated records soon.
Click here for Records Claim Form - IMPORTANT: please mail completed form to: USA Archery, 4065 Sinton Road, Suite 110, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
An archer, properly registered for a tournament, may legitimately claim ANY record for which the score he/she shot exceeds an existing record, even if the record is in a higher division.
For example, a cadet who shoots an indoor 600 round score that exceeds the existing record score of the Junior (or Senior) division may claim that record as well as the cadet division record.
Also, if the archer registers "up" one or more divisions yet still exceeds the record for his/her natural divsion (ie, a cadet registers as a JUNIOR and shoots a score that exceeds the existing cadet record for the distance shot) may lay legitimate claim to the cadet record even though the archer did not compete in that lower division during the tournament.
Likewise, if an archer is old enough/qualified to compete as a Master 50+, and shoots a score that ties or exceeds an existing SENIOR record score, that archer can then claim that SENIOR record as well as the Master 50+ record, simply by executing properly the claim form process
IN ALL CASES IT IS INCUMBENT UPON THE ARCHER TO FILE A PROPERLY COMPLETED CLAIM FORM, FOR ALL RECORDS TIED/BROKEN, WITHIN THE 10 DAYS AFTER THE COMPLETION OF THE EVENT.
All records are subject to verification. Record Claims sent to the USA Archery office for consideration MUST have a completed "Record Claim Form" and a legible copy of the archer's scorecard. The scorecard MUST have been signed by a recognized tournament official (preferably the director of shooting or else the head judge, or both).
A printable Certificate of Accomplishment, in the form of an Adobe Acrobat file, will be emailed to the archer at the email address entered on the claim form.