GETTING CLASSIFIED

Seniors

As you progress on your archery journey, one way of measuring your progress is through Classification. Different awards are available for Indoor and Outdoor shooting. Indoor classifications range from A – H (A being the highest). Outdoor classifications range from 3rd-, 2nd-, and 1st Class, through to Bowmen, Master Bowmen and Grand Master Bowmen.

Outdoor Classifications
To gain grades 3rd Class, 2nd Class, 1st Class or Bowmen (BM) a member must shoot, under Archery GB Rules of Shooting, three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores at a meeting organised by Archery GB or a body affiliated to Archery GB or at an associated club target day.

To gain the awards of Master Bowmen (MB) or Grand Master Bowmen (GMB), a member must shoot, under Archery GB Rules of Shooting, three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores at events organised by WA, WA Members, or Archery GB, or at a UK Record Status meeting.

Indoor Classifications
To gain grades A, B, C, D, E, F, G or H, a member must shoot, under Archery GB Rules of Shooting, three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores at a meeting organised by Archery GB or a body affiliated to Archery GB or at an associated club target day.

Juniors

Outdoor Classifications
To gain grades 3rd Class, 2nd Class, 1st Class or Junior Bowmen (J Bmn) a member must shoot, under Archery GB Rules of Shooting, three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores at a meeting organised by Archery GB or a body affiliated to Archery GB or at an associated club target day.

To gain the award of Junior Master Bowmen (JMB) a member must shoot, under Archery GB Rules of Shooting, three rounds of, or better than, the qualifying scores at events organised by WA, WA Members, or Archery GB, or at a UK Record Status meeting.