After NASP? – JOAD

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What is after NASP?

Join, or develop, a local S3DA or JOAD club.

These programs are outside the limitations of school sanctioning and equipment limitations! Open to ALL ability levels. Your club offers you friends to practice with, and adventures to share! You may become part of the club’s competitive team and advance further!

S3DA (Scholastic 3D Archery) school ages thru high school

Your recreational next step from NASP. The archery world gets bigger – no equipment limitations, use your hunting bow! A league of play embraces several competition formats including 3D animals, indoor NFAA 5 spot, and outdoor USA Archery World Archery rounds. Get introduced to all kinds of places to go shoot!

Participation opens the door to college scholarships on an Archery Team!

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 JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development), ages 9 – 20

Largely dedicated to developing “target archery” shooting and competition, utilizing the National Training System (NTS), sanctioned by USA Archery  (governing body for our USA Olympic Team).  Learn to shoot, mentally compete, and earn awards!

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Archers compete world-wide in the “sport” of Archery, through a system of tournaments led by World Archery (formerly FITA). This includes not only the Olympics, but World Cup, collegiate, national and state amateur tournaments.

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For more information on joining or developing a club in your area, contact:

Clint@TexasArchery.info

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