Adaptive Archery

Archery is a sport that is open to everyone; it is inclusive of all ages, genders and abilities. Athletes with physical or cognitive impairments, who may otherwise be dissuaded from participating in sports can participate in archery alongside athletes without any disability. Whether your goal is to just get out and socialize or be active, or to make a U.S. Paralympic or World Championship Team, archery is a sport that lends itself to any need.

Simple adaptations to archery programs can break the stigma associated with disabilities and remove the barriers to conversations and interactions among groups of people who might otherwise be separated. This environment can be an enriching experience for all students of archery.

Resources

Utilize the Adaptive Archery Manual to safely teach archery to students of all ages and abilities.

Achievement Awards

USA Archery's Achievement Awards help your archers track their progress as they increase their skill level.

Find a Club

Find a Club in your area.

Find a Certified Instructor

Visit the USA Archery Coach Locator to find an instructor or coach near you.

Compete

Adaptive archers may register to compete in local, state, regional and national events.

Become a Member

Membership benefits include access to compete in sanctioned tournaments, insurance coverage, and access to the achievement award program, the monthly newsletter and more!


For more information regarding adaptive archery contact our Membership Services Manager at clubs@usarchery.org