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Sonia Schina
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Linda Price
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Technical Package for Archery

Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games
February 20-23, 2020

Technical packages provide details of the eligibility requirements as well as event and competition information.  In order to fully understand the rules and requirements for participation in the BC Games, it is expected that the BC Games General Rules will be read in addition to the sport-specific information contained in the technical package.
Technical Package for Archery last updated: Updated February 26, 2019.
Be sure to check back for updates.

 

Venue:
Kids Arena Field House
Age:
15-17
Age Description:
Cadet. Minimum of 15 and Maximum of 17 by December 31, 2020
Zone Team Composition:
5 competitors (no more than 4 of one gender) per zone
Wildcards:
A total of 14 athlete wildcard spots are available. 8 wildcard spots will be designated to athletes who self declare to hold indigenious ancestry. No more than 9 of the total wildcard spots will be of one gender.
Maximum Athletes:
54
Coaches:
(See BC Games General Rules for information about the "adult supervisor" role)

1 head coach and 1 assistant coach (one of each gender) per zone. In additional, up to 2 assistant coaches or adult supervisors who self declare to hold indigenous ancestry for a total of 18 coaches/adults.

Every zone must name a head coach and at least one assistant coach (exception: sports for athletes with a disability, which must have one head coach and at least one assistant coach for the sport).  If additional adults are named for the zone (or sport) and they meet the certification requirements of assistant coaches, they should be registered with the role "assistant coach", otherwise they are registered with the role "adult supervisor".  See BC Games General Rules for more information.

Officials:
(the number of Officials the sport is permitted to register as participants)

The sport is permitted to register 12 officials.

Transportation, accommodation, and meals, as arranged by the Host Society, will be provided for officials. See BC Games General Rules for more information.

Athlete Eligibility:

In addition to BC Games General Rules, the sport-specific eligibility requirements noted in this technical package are in effect for the 2020 BC Winter Games.

Zone colours and/or whites must be worn at the competition by all competitors. Archers must be members of BC Archery and are required to wear an arm-guard to compete in the trials and in the BC Games. The final balancing of teams shall be done by the Archery Provincial Advisor for the BC Winter Games. Athletes may attend only one BC Games to compete in Archery.
Fees:

See the BC Games General Rules for current BC Games registration fees.  Note that fees are assessed for athletes only (coaches, adult supervisors, and officials do not pay this fee).  Sports may assess additional fees to cover training, uniforms, qualification event(s), etc.  Please contact your Provincial Advisor or the PSO for more details.  Fees are collected by the sport and paid to the BC Games Society upon invoice after the Games.
  The BC Games Registration fee is included in the fee charged by BC Archery. Contact BC Archery for confirmation of the fee for the 2020 BC Winter Games.
Coach Eligibility:

Note that the role of head coaches and assistant coaches at the BC Games includes travelling to and from the Games with the team/zone, residing with the team/zone in BC Games accommodation, and acting in a supervisory capacity throughout the Games.

See BC Games General Rules for information about the roles of the head coach and assistant coach.

All head coaches must be fully certified at Instructional Intermediate or NCCP Level 2 certified. Assistant Coaches must have completed Making Ethical Decisions.

BC Games General Rules dictate the level of coach certification required for head coaches and assistant coaches unless otherwise stated in this Technical Package - click here for details.  A minimum of Making Ethical Decisions is required for all assistant coaches - more information can be found here.

Events and Categories:
Three-day event. Male and female participants in the following categories: Barebow, Compound, and Recurve. Day 1 and Day 2 consist of an Indoor 18m (60 arrow) round on a 40cm target (vertical 3-spot or single face). The Day 1 and Day 2 total aggregate score is used to determine the top four contenders in each category for the Day 3 Match Play event. Match play follows Archery Canada rules with the exception there will not be scoring agents for the athletes during medal matches (arrows will be called by judges with the athletes scoring) and athletes will shoot concurrently (not alternating). Athletes will shoot on the same target face configuration as used in the 18 m round. Barebow and Recurve follow set play, winner is the first to achieve 6 set points within 5 ends. Compound will follow total score; winner is the highest cumulative score after 15 arrows (5 ends of 3 arrows). Tie Breakers will follow AC rules.

Equipment:
WA equipment rules apply
Zone Selections and Registration Deadline: 

Please refer to the BC Games General Rules for the registration deadline set by the BC Games Society. The BC Games deadline is in effect unless an earlier date is set by the Provincial Sport Organization is specified in this technical package.  See BC Games General Rules for registration procedures.

The BC Archery Association states that Zone selections must be announced prior to December 31, 2019.
Accommodation and Transportation:

Also see BC Games General Rules for further details about accommodation and transportation.

All athletes and coaches are required to stay in BC Games accommodation and travel on BC Games transportation. All athletes under 19 years must be properly supervised by the Head Coach and Assistant Coach(es) or Adult Supervisor(s).
Medals:

The Minus-One Rule will be implemented for all sports. This means that when there are four or more competitors or teams, Bronze, Silver, and Gold medals will be awarded; when there are three competitors or teams, Silver and Gold medals will be awarded, when there are two competitors or teams only a Gold medal will be awarded.  If there is only one competitor or team, no medals are awarded. For more details about BC Games medals, review the BC Games General Rules.

Medals will be awarded in each category for the cumulative total for Day 1 and Day 2, as well as for the elimination match-play round on Day 3, within the parameters of the BC Games Minus-One Rule.





Participant information is collected under the authority of the BC Games Society. The information provided will be used to determine eligibility to participate in the 2020 BC Winter Games. On confirmation of eligibility the information will be used to arrange liability insurance coverage to address any claims arising from the voluntary participation of registered participants in the 2020 BC Winter Games. The name, hometown, sport, and results of registered participants will be provided to media outlets and available on the BC Games Society and the Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games Society websites for the purposes of acknowledging selection for participation and placing. The names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, results, and/or images of registered participants may be used in non-commercial promotion/development of sport and/or the BC Summer and/or BC Winter Games or the BC Games Society.  The BC Games Society reserves the right to use or reproduce images for the purposes of providing commemorative materials that would be available for free or purchase.  The names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, results, and/or images of Games participants may be provided to the Premier and the Minister responsible for the Games, and/or to members of the legislative assembly, and/or to local members of parliament, and/or to the media for the purposes of recognition and/or informing sport-related and/or training opportunities and/or to school principals and/or school district superintendents for the purpose of recognition and acknowledgement. For questions about the collection and use of this information, please contact the BC Games Society at 200 -990 Fort Street, Victoria, BC V8V 3K2 or (250) 387-1375 or info@bcgames.org.

As a condition of entry into, or volunteering at the BC Winter Games it must be understood that the participants and volunteers enter entirely at their own risk, and will not hold the Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games Society, the Province of British Columbia, and/or the BC Games Society, their staff, agents, and/or volunteer workers responsible for injury, loss or damage occurring during the 2020 BC Winter Games.

Volunteers and participants may be protected for their actions vis a vis third party claims through the liability insurance for the Games but are not covered for any personal claims for injury or accident. Participants and volunteers agree to release, discharge and undertake not to commence action against the Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games Society, the Province of British Columbia, and the BC Games Society from any and all claims and causes of action, or liability of any kind whatsoever for injuries, property damage, or death which in any way results from participating or volunteering in the Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games.

The Fort St John 2020 BC Winter Games Society, the Province of British Columbia, and/or the BC Games Society do not assume responsibility for loss of wages, or costs associated with medical, dental or hospital care for athletes, coaches, assistant coaches, managers, officials or volunteers for any injury or loss incurred during the, or as a result of participating or volunteering in the 2020 BC Winter Games.

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