Информация о звёздах FITA
Звёзды FITA (наградные значки)
Types of Award
Junior Member Badges
Archery GB recognises archer's continued progress.
The joy of archery is that it is great fun and part of the fun is the personal challenge to improve on your scores, through lots of practice and good coaching. Archery GB appreciates that and rewards improvement with a variety of different awards and badges.
Here is our guide to the various awards and badges you can aspire to, if you wish. So read on, see what is relevant to you and then give it a go, and start collecting those badges, as a mark of your progress in our great sport.Junior Rose Awards
|Junior archers shooting a recurve, compound or longbow can claim a rose award when shooting at a UK Record Status York, Hereford or Bristol I-V tournament that has been given 'Rose Award' status. You will need to shoot the round relevant to your age group to claim this award.|
|compound and recurve score||800||900||1000||1100||1200||1250|
|Arrow Award for Juniors are open to juniors of the Society under 16 years of age and are in the form of Red, Blue and Black badges. Juniors may only claim the award once in each age group, but may shoot for an award in age groups above, but not below, their own. Archers submitting valid claims for awards higher than their age group may also claim the lower awards down to their age group, providing they have not been claimed previously. Four rounds are required to be shot to make a claim in any calendar year, at least one must be a FITA / Metric round, and at least one must have been shot in an open competition. The eligible rounds and score levels required in each age group are published in the Shooting Administrative Procedures.|
|FITA (Gents)||FITA (Ladies)||Metric II||Metric III||Metric IV||Metric V||York||Hereford or Bristol I||Bristol II||Bristol III||Bristol IV||Bristol V|
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Six Gold End Junior
|Shoot six consecutive arrows into the gold at one end at either of the two longest distances of a FITA / Metric or Imperial round for your age group at a Registered Tournament or Club Target Day, and this badge is yours. You can claim a Six Gold End badge only once as a junior in each discipline you shoot - recurve, longbow and compound.|
Archery GB Progress Awards
The Archery GB Progress Awards are designed to provide beginners and younger archers with awards for developing their archery skills. The junior age groups are aligned with 5 educational key stages. The scheme can also be used as an adult beginner incentive.
The scheme is open to all archers and is operated by archery clubs or by schools, youth groups and similar who practice target archery. There is no requirement for the recipients to be members of Archery GB, although many will be.
There will be a Roll of Honour for those archers achieving the Gold badge, but their names must be registered with the badge scheme co-ordinator. There will also be a Trophy for the Club or School achieving the most number of badges in one year, but again the individual badges must be registered in the same way as the gold award.
Junior Tassel Award for Clout Shooting
|First introduced in 1996 within the boundaries of Northern Counties and later adopted nationally, the scheme is nationally run by the Northern Counties Archery Society, which administers the scheme and issues the awards. The score bands for awards are the same as for the senior awards. Claims can be made for a score obtained shooting the distance for your own age group or above. Once a 'higher' Tassel Award is claimed (Black, Blue, Red or Gold) a claim for the 'missing' Tassel award can only be made when you move up to the next age band.|
Handicap Improvement Medal
|There is also a Handicap Improvement Medal which is awarded by a club to the club member that achieves the greatest handicap improvement over a calendar year. The award is open to all members and the medal is loaned by the club as it is property of Archery GB.|
Junior Master Bowman
The Junior Master Bowman classification is open to Junior archers in all age groups, and shooting the rounds appropriate to their age. Please see the Classification Tables in Rules of Shooting to find out which rounds you are eligible to shoot and what the qualifying scores are. You can only obtain these scores at Record Status shoots, and must make your claim on the official claim form.
In 2010 the categories were extended all encompass all juniors U12, U14, U16, U18.
There are also special awards from the Home Nations such as the Thistle Awards for Scotland, the English Crosses for England, Feathers for Wales and Hand for Northern Ireland. Further information may be obtained from http://www.scottisharchery.org.uk/ and http://www.englisharcheryfederation.org/ http://www.welsharcheryassociation.co.uk/ http://www.nias.co.uk/
FITA AWARDS FOR JUNIORS
FITA Beginners Awards
The FITA beginners award scheme is a great way for beginners to measure their progress as they develop. The awards measure archery scores, skill development and knowledge.
FITA Beginners Awards: FITA Feather
|Red and Gold feather awards are available, testing shooting skills across different distances and different knowledge sets. These are designed for beginners under 12 years old and some disabled new archers. It is up to your coach to decide when you are ready for this award, FITA does not require proof of age or disability.|
|12 hits on a target face at the following distances||6m||8m|
FITA Beginners Awards: FITA Arrow
|These are for beginners over the age of 12. Beginners will be tested on archery scores, skill development and knowledge. Different coloured awards are available depending on the distance to be shot over:|
|115 points from hits on a target face at the following distances||10m||14m||18m||22m||26m|
FITA Silver Star awards
|The FITA silver star badge can only be gained at a World Record or FITA Award Status event shooting a cadet round. The FITA Silver Stars are for archers under 16 ('cadets') shooting a cadet round. Badges for recurve archers are shield shaped, while badges for compound archers are round.|
|Badge Colour||Star only||Black||Blue||Red||Gold||Purple|
|Score from appropriate FITA round for age group||1000||1100||1200||1300||1350||1400|
FITA Silver Target award
|This award is open to compound and recurve cadet archers shooting at World Record or FITA award status events. There are six different coloured badges available depending on the score shot.|
|FITA 60m outdoor round||500||550||600||650||675||700|
FITA Target Badges
|FITA Star awards are for achievement in shooting the Ladies FITA round and Gentlemen's FITA round shot in a tournament that has World Record Status. Awards are given to anyone shooting the appropriate full FITA round for their gender. The badge is in the form of a stylised gold star, on its own for the 1000, and on a coloured background with gold coloured writing for the higher score levels. For archers shooting recurve bows the star is mounted on a shield, and for archers shooting compound it is mounted on a round badge.|
FITA SILVER STARS
|FITA Silver Star awards are for archers Under 17 - the Cadet Class, and archers of 50 or over - the Masters Class, shooting the appropriate Cadet or Masters round and show a silver Star and with silver coloured writing.|
FITA TARGET AWARDS
|FITA Target Awards are for achievement in shooting other FITA rounds, namely the FITA 70m round, the 50m compound round, the half-full FITA round, the FITA 900 round and the FITA Indoor 25m and 18m rounds.|
|FITA 50m Compound||500||550||600||650||675||700|
FITA SILVER TARGET AWARDS
|FITA Silver Target Awards are for achievement in shooting at the Cadet and Masters FITA 60 metre round and the half-FITA round. The FITA badges are the same shape and colours as the FITA Target Awards but have silver coloured writing. Badges can be claimed for:|
|Half FITA (cadet/master)||500||550||600||650||675||700|
(Стоимость одного значка - 7 у.е.)