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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Home
    Athletes Fund has provided Canadian athletes with 1 500 000 The bursary selection committee is made up of active and retired national team athletes and officials from Athletes CAN The bursary fund is open to any active senior national team athlete who meets the eligibility criteria Deadline for applications is January 30th 2015 Click here for more details and to access the application Photo Albums Friday 31 October 2014 A number of new photos and photo albums have been added Ontario Quest for Gold Monday 03 November 2014 Click the image above for 2014 15 Quest for Gold details Last Updated Monday 10 November 2014 Suggested Rule Changes Friday 17 October 2014 2014 Rules Committee Report September 21 2014 Report submitted by the OAA Rules committee with recommendations to be voted on by the OAA membership at the 2014 OAA AGM Commitee Members Chris Priester Chairperson Sean McKenty Robert Piette Grant Sommerfeldt Ron Perreault Two tasks were given to the rules committee to discuss and present recommendations Last Updated Friday 17 October 2014 Read more 2015 Tournament Date Template Tuesday 14 October 2014 Hello Everyone For those who have not been able to find the 2015 Tournament Date Template you can dirently do the link to download below https www oaa archery on ca index php option com docman task cat view gid 38 Itemid 125 For the future the Tounament Date Tamplate is always available in the same location on the website Left Navigation Menu Administration Forms Documents Tournaments Tournament Date Template If you have any questions please contact your Zone Director as dates come in you may be contacted to try and work out any conflicts that may arise Last Updated Tuesday 14 October 2014 Coaching Clinics Monday 29 September 2014 The NCCP Instructor Beginner Certification clinic being held on November 1 2 at The Archers of Caledon is now full The next NCCP Instructor Beginner Certification workshop will be January 24 25 2015 at The Archers of Caledon Please contact Bruce Savage This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details or to register 2014 OAA AGM Monday 22 September 2014 SAVE THE DATE 2014 OAA AGM Sunday October 26th at OCCS Ontario Center for Classical Sports More details will be coming along with official notice by mail Early Access PanAm2015 Tickets Monday 15 September 2014 PanAm Games 2015 Early Access to Tickets for Limited Time When 41 countries fight for gold during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games you ll want to be there This is your chance to get in the game and see all the action live as the best athletes in the Americas compete in 36 sports including swimming cycling baseball soccer gymnastics and volleyball Last Updated Monday 15 September 2014 Read more 2014 Ontario Target Championship Monday 15 September 2014 Preliminary results for the 2014 Ontario Target Championship are now available Target Championship Registration Cutoff Tuesday 02 September 2014 The organizing

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Home
    Athletes Fund has provided Canadian athletes with 1 500 000 The bursary selection committee is made up of active and retired national team athletes and officials from Athletes CAN The bursary fund is open to any active senior national team athlete who meets the eligibility criteria Deadline for applications is January 30th 2015 Click here for more details and to access the application Photo Albums Friday 31 October 2014 A number of new photos and photo albums have been added Ontario Quest for Gold Monday 03 November 2014 Click the image above for 2014 15 Quest for Gold details Last Updated Monday 10 November 2014 Suggested Rule Changes Friday 17 October 2014 2014 Rules Committee Report September 21 2014 Report submitted by the OAA Rules committee with recommendations to be voted on by the OAA membership at the 2014 OAA AGM Commitee Members Chris Priester Chairperson Sean McKenty Robert Piette Grant Sommerfeldt Ron Perreault Two tasks were given to the rules committee to discuss and present recommendations Last Updated Friday 17 October 2014 Read more 2015 Tournament Date Template Tuesday 14 October 2014 Hello Everyone For those who have not been able to find the 2015 Tournament Date Template you can dirently do the link to download below https www oaa archery on ca index php option com docman task cat view gid 38 Itemid 125 For the future the Tounament Date Tamplate is always available in the same location on the website Left Navigation Menu Administration Forms Documents Tournaments Tournament Date Template If you have any questions please contact your Zone Director as dates come in you may be contacted to try and work out any conflicts that may arise Last Updated Tuesday 14 October 2014 Coaching Clinics Monday 29 September 2014 The NCCP Instructor Beginner Certification clinic being held on November 1 2 at The Archers of Caledon is now full The next NCCP Instructor Beginner Certification workshop will be January 24 25 2015 at The Archers of Caledon Please contact Bruce Savage This e mail address is being protected from spam bots you need JavaScript enabled to view it for more details or to register 2014 OAA AGM Monday 22 September 2014 SAVE THE DATE 2014 OAA AGM Sunday October 26th at OCCS Ontario Center for Classical Sports More details will be coming along with official notice by mail Early Access PanAm2015 Tickets Monday 15 September 2014 PanAm Games 2015 Early Access to Tickets for Limited Time When 41 countries fight for gold during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games you ll want to be there This is your chance to get in the game and see all the action live as the best athletes in the Americas compete in 36 sports including swimming cycling baseball soccer gymnastics and volleyball Last Updated Monday 15 September 2014 Read more 2014 Ontario Target Championship Monday 15 September 2014 Preliminary results for the 2014 Ontario Target Championship are now available Target Championship Registration Cutoff Tuesday 02 September 2014 The organizing

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Web Advertising
    2014 PDF 2013 PDF 2012 PDF 2011 PDF 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF 2007 PDF 2006 PDF 2005 PDF 2004 PDF 1984 2005 First Place Finishes Records PDF Outdoor 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF FAQ Site Map Click here for more information on advertising Home Administration Advertising Web Advertising The Ontario Association of Archers is Ontario s largest source of archery information The website publishes over 700 00 page requests and has over 52 000 visitors each year The Ontario Association of Archers is committed to develop promote expand and perpetuate participation in all forms of the sport of archery throughout the Province of Ontario In doing so it is our mission to make information accessible to our users in four clicks or less so that it is easy to find and encourages loyal returning visitors There are currently 3 regions available for advertising A region within a specific page is called an ad space TOP BANNER Dimensions 340x62 Images or Flash Gif for JPG File Size 20k max Flash File Size 30k max Rich Media on approval High traffic or Low traffic BOTTOM BANNER Dimensions 340x62 Images or Flash Gif or JPG File Size 20k max Flash File Size 30k max Rich Media on approval High traffic or Low traffic RIGHT SQUARE Dimensions 250x250 Images or Flash Gif or JPG File Size 60k max Flash File Size 90k max Rich Media on approval High traffic or Low traffic CLICK HERE FOR ADVERTISING RATES AND APPLICATION CLICK HERE Each advertising region can be purchased in one of two ways 1 DEDICATED the ad space is dedicated to your advertisement for the time you are contracted for Advertising contracts renew automatically This does not entitle you to have the advertisement shown via rotating ads You can change your ad

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Constitution and Bylaws
    following functions Officials Supervisor and any other position designated by the Board of Directors It shall also be the duty and responsibility of the VP Tournaments to ensure that each person under the VP Tournaments supervision carries out their responsibilities in accordance with the requirement of their position and assist such persons in the resolution of any problems be responsible for the co ordination scorecards medals range set up safety rules results promotion of the O A A Indoor Field Target and 3 D Championships and the Grand Championship be responsible for ensuring that the call for bids for hosting Championship tournaments are sent out in a timely fashion receive and review applications for sanctioned tournaments and accept and record only those satisfying the requirements of the regulations receive and review all bids for Sponsored Tournaments and submit for selection to the membership only those bids satisfying the requirements of the regulations submit to the Board of Directors for its decision any bid for Sponsored Tournaments which is considered improper or which the Tournament Supervisor recommends should be rejected provide the Vice President of Athlete Development with the necessary information from the results of Sponsored Tournaments to establish O A A teams and elite athletes and assist in the organization of team selections keep and maintain records in all divisions for the O A A Indoor Field Target and 3 D Championships and the Grand Championship organize and arrange for all personnel necessary to hold Sponsored Tournaments obtain in a timely manner the results of Sponsored Tournaments and submit such results to the Newsletter Editor for publication distribute any awards not received at championship tournaments and perform such other duties as may from time to time be determined by the Board of Directors Specific tasks of the VP of Tournaments may be delegated to committees as needed The Vice President of Marketing shall be responsible for promotional activities to promote the brand of the O A A the sport of archery and the O A A events at both the community and provincial levels The VP Marketing shall also be responsible for supervision and direction of The Club and Tournament Directory volunteer awards and recognition the membership newsletter advertising and the OAA Merchandising Program The Secretary Treasurer shall keep all the books and records of the O A A and ensure that the minutes of all meetings of the members the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee are recorded and maintained in an up to date manner It shall be the responsibility of the Secretary Treasurer to keep full and accurate accounts of all receipts and disbursements of the O A A in proper books of account and shall receive and deposit all monies or other valuables in the name and to the credit of the O A A in a bank or banks as may from time to time be designated by the Executive Committee The Secretary Treasurer shall ensure that all disbursements to be made by the O A A are paid by cheque signed by any two of President Vice President of Administration and Secretary Treasurer The Secretary Treasurer shall disburse the funds of the O A A under the direction of the Executive Committee taking proper vouchers therefore and shall render to the Board of Directors monthly an account of the transactions of the O A A and the financial position of the O A A The Secretary Treasurer shall also perform such other duties as may from time to time be determined by the Board of Directors The immediate Past President shall be retained as a member of the Executive Committee in an advisory capacity and shall also be a member of the Board of Directors for a term of 1 year after a new President shall have been elected provided always that the Past President has not resigned or was not expelled The President may at his her own discretion extend the privileges of this office to any Past President ZONE DIRECTORS There shall be 5 zones established in the province of Ontario each of which shall be represented by a Zone Director who shall be a member of the Board of Directors The Board shall establish the boundaries dividing the province into an Eastern zone a Western zone a Central zone a North Eastern zone and a North Western zone Such boundaries may be altered from time to time at the discretion of the Board It shall be the duty of the Zone Directors to attempt to resolve any problems or conflicts dealing with O A A activities in their respective zones or refer such problems or conflicts to the Board of Directors and assist in the implementation of any solution act as the J D P representative in their respective zones promote and organize with the assistance of the Coaching Co ordinator instructors and coaching clinics in conjunction with the Coaching Co ordinator promote programs to encourage athletes to associate with and obtain the assistance of specific instructors or coaches upon retirement arrange for the election of a replacement Zone Director and to perform such other duties as may from time to time be determined by the Board of Directors 8 COMMITTEES The various programs and activities of the O A A shall be supervised by Committee Chairs appointed by the President for terms of 2 years Their respective responsibilities shall be Membership Chairperson It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Membership Supervisor to maintain current and up to date records of all memberships of individuals and the affiliation of sports clubs or associations review all applications for membership and affiliation and accept and record only those correctly submitted with the proper fee transmit to the Vice President of Administration all applications for life membership with information as to the applicant s qualifications transmit to the Treasurer as soon as is practical the membership and affiliation fees received with applications issue membership cards affiliation charters and club seals provide to the Secretary Tournament director and V P Bowhunting on a continual basis as soon as practical records of all changes in membership or affiliation and arrange for attendance personally or of a representative to ensure that the winners of awards at Sponsored Tournaments are members in good standing of the O A A Webmaster It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Webmaster to update the website on regular basis with information related to the operation of the O A A The Webmaster is to obtain items of information and interest to the membership for inclusion on the website solicit opinions ideas and articles from the membership for inclusion on the website post all O A A notices sponsored tournament dates and locations and the winning results of sponsored tournaments Coaching Co ordinator It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Coaching Co ordinator to organize and conduct in conjunction with Zone Directors instructor and coaching clinics provide information materials and information of seminars to certified instructors and coaches to make them aware of new developments which will enhance their knowledge maintain records of and periodically publish a list in the O A A newsletter of all O A A instructors and coaches develop programs in conjunction with Zone Directors to encourage athletes to associate with and obtain the assistance of specific instructors or coaches Judging Co ordinator It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Judging Co ordinator organize promote and direct in conjunction with the Federation of Canadian Archers and the National Official Chairman a program to instruct and educate officials at all levels in the Province of Ontario organize and promote clinics for the certification and instruction of officials organize promote and direct through the officials in the Province of Ontario and the O A A newsletter an information program for the members as to the correct interpretation of the Shooting Rules and F I T A rules where applicable and the clarification of same when necessary organize and arrange in conjunction with the Tournament Director for the attendance of officials at sponsored tournaments and when feasible delegate officials to attend and supervise F I T A qualifying shoots and implement and enforce the Shooting Rules and F I T A rules where applicable inspect and approve target ranges 3 D ranges and field courses at the request of the Tournament Director or affiliated clubs or associations for compliance with the Shooting Rules and general safety requirements such inspections may be delegated to competent officials and be fully versed in the shooting rules of the C F A A field and hunter rounds and their application to the O A A Field Championships Federation of Canadian Archers F C A Liason It shall be the duty and responsibility of the F C A Director to attend the FCA annual meetings held in conjunction with the FCA Outdoor Championships and to act as liaison between the O A A and the F C A The F C A Director shall also perform such other duties as may from time to time be determined by the Board of Directors Bowhunting Co ordinator Each of the 5 zones as described in 7 b shall be represented by a Bowhunting Co ordinator appointed by the Zone Directors The Zone Directors and or Bowhunting co ordinators are to report to the Vice President of Bowhunting any issues related to bowhunting It shall be the duty and responsibility of the Bowhunting Co ordinators to act as representatives of the O A A and to promote Bowhunting in their respective zones Bowhunting Co ordinators are to inform the OAA members of the OAA programs and activities in their respective zones Also to work with local and regional authorities directly related to Bowhunting issues I B E P Co ordinator It shall be the responsibility of the co ordinator to work with the Vice President Bowhunting and the Bowhunting Committee to administer and promote the I B E P program throughout the province The co ordinator shall also be the liason along with the Vice President Bowhunting with the Ministry of Natural Resources and N E B P as it pertains to the I B E P program Other Committees The President may appoint additional committees to consider and take any action on any subject referred to them provided any such committee may not exceed the powers given in their mandate The President is a member ex officio of all committees 9 DIRECTORS ELECTIONS APPOINTMENTS AND REMOVAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE All members of the O A A eligible to vote in accordance with section 5 A iii may vote in the election of the Executive Committee Any person who is a member in good standing may vote by proxy in elections of the O A A Any person who is entitled to vote by proxy may appoint in writing any other person who is a member in good standing A voting proxy may not act as voting proxy for more than three persons A person who has been appointed a voting proxy may apply to the Vice President Administration not later than noon of the day of the elections for a certificate to vote by proxy Such certificate bearing the signature of the Administrative Director must be produced in order to obtain a ballot NOMINEES A member of the Board of Directors at the time of election or appointment and during tenure must be a member in good standing of the O A A and may be re elected provided however that no person may hold the office of President for more than 3 consecutive terms ELECTION The members of the Executive Committee shall be elected by the members of the O A A at the Annual General Meeting and shall hold their offices for a term of 2 years commencing immediately upon election The terms of office of the President Vice President of Bowhunting and Secretary and the terms of office of the Vice President of Administration and Treasurer shall be concurrent In each year no later than the first quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors a Chairman of the Nominating Committee shall be appointed by the President The Chairman of the Nominating Committee shall form such a committee to canvas the membership for nominations to the vacant positions of the Executive Committee All Directors are ex officio members of the Nominating Committee All members wishing to stand for election shall obtain the written nomination of another member of the O A A and shall submit such nomination to a member of the Nominating Committee with their written acceptance stating their willingness to stand for election and to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of the position if elected All nominations shall be reported to the Chairman of the Nominating Committee whose responsibility it shall be to ensure that all nominations are validly presented and that the candidates are fully aware of and are prepared to fulfill all of the duties and responsibilities of the position Once satisfied with the nomination of the member the Chairman shall prepare a brief statement of the qualifications of the candidates for presentation to the members Immediately after the coming to order of the Annual General meeting the Chairman of the Nominating Committee shall declare all nominations closed and shall immediately there after transmit to the Secretary the list of the candidates along with the statement of qualifications The Secretary immediately after receipt of the list of the candidates shall announce the list of the candidates along with the statement of qualifications of each candidate to the membership at the Annual General Meeting Nominees shall then have the right to make a brief statement to the membership in an order decided at the discretion of the Chairman of the AGM Elections shall be conducted immediately after by ballot All members eligible to vote in accordance with section 5 A iii shall receive a ballot The Chairman of the AGM shall appoint two scrutineers to receive and tabulate all ballots in complete confidence and secrecy A scrutineer may be any member of the OAA including a member of the Board of Directors but cannot be a candidate for election to the Board of Directors One of the scrutineers shall be named chief scrutineer The chief scrutineer shall after the election is complete report the result to the Chairman of the AGM The candidate receiving the most votes for each position shall be declared elected by the Chairman of the AGM In the event of an equality of votes for the candidates for any position a drawing of lots conducted by the Chairman shall determine the successful candidate Choosing by lot shall be carried out by placing the name of each candidate having an equality of votes on identical piece of paper placing them in a box and one name being drawn by a person chosen by the Chairman The chief scrutineer shall keep the ballots cast in the election for 30 days after the Annual General Meeting at which time if there is no need to recount the ballots they shall be destroyed In the event there is no more than one person standing for election for a vacant position the President shall declare the one nominee elected by acclamation ZONE DIRECTORS Each Zone Director shall be elected for a 2 year periods commencing April 1st by a vote of the representatives appointed by all of the affiliated clubs or associations in each zone after the members in such zone shall have been canvassed by members of the current Board of Directors for candidates for the position The affiliated clubs and associations shall have the responsibility for organizing and conducting the election in any manner they so choose In the event the affiliated clubs or associations of a zone do not elect a Zone Director within 60 days after such position becomes vacant the President may appoint the position to a member of the O A A from such zone to fill the position for the unexplored term EXPULSIONS VACANCIES The Board of Directors may by a resolution passed by at least 3 4 of the then Board of Directors expel any Director including an elected Zone Director or member of the Executive Committee upon a finding that such Director is not attending to the duties of the position or is bringing the O A A into disrepute The President may for good and sufficient reason declare the position of an appointed Director or Zone Director vacant and the appointment or zone election forfeited if such a Director fails to attend 3 consecutive meetings of the Board of Directors without good and sufficient cause A vacancy in any of the positions on the Board of Directors including the Executive Committee and Zone Directors may be filled by an appointment of the President subject to approval by the Board of Directors shall be in force for the unexpired term of the vacant office 10 DIRECTORS MEETINGS The Board of Directors shall attempt to meet whenever reasonably possible once in each quarter of the financial year The date and place of such meetings shall be set at the first meeting of the Board of Directors after the election of the Executive Committee and no further notice shall be required of such meetings Except as otherwise provided by law the Board of Directors may hold its meetings at such place or places and at such times as it may from time to time determine A meeting of the Board of Directors shall be chaired by the President and in the absence of the President by the Vice President or if neither is present by such Director as is elected for the purpose by the Directors present at such meeting of the Board of Directors The Chairman of a meeting of the Board of Directors shall not be entitled to vote on any motion provided however that in the event

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Downloads
    Championship Pre 2008 Target Championship Pre 2004 PDF Target Championship Pre 2008 Tournament Registration Tournament Results Ontario 10 Ring Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Ontario IFAA Indoor Champ 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Ontario 3D Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Field Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Target Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Mail Match 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Grand Champion 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Summer Games 2014 2012 2010 2008 2006 2004 PDF Junior Challenge 2013 2011 2009 2007 2005 Ontario Triple Crown 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 OFSAA Results Indoor 2014 PDF 2013 PDF 2012 PDF 2011 PDF 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF 2007 PDF 2006 PDF 2005 PDF 2004 PDF 1984 2005 First Place Finishes Records PDF Outdoor 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF FAQ Site Map Click here for more information on advertising Home Administration Forms Documents Categories Files 4 General 6 Insurance 7 Judging 9 Membership 3 Ontario Summer Games 2 Rules Regulations ver 2010 1 1 7 Tournaments Click here for more information on advertising Click here for more information on advertising Upcoming Tournaments onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 IFAA Practice Shoot onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming RA Centre Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Saugeen Shafts Jan 11 2015 SNAC January tournament onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming South Nation Archery Club Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming York County Bowmen Jan

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Downloads
    Target Championship Pre 2004 PDF Target Championship Pre 2008 Tournament Registration Tournament Results Ontario 10 Ring Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Ontario IFAA Indoor Champ 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Ontario 3D Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Field Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Target Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Mail Match 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Grand Champion 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Summer Games 2014 2012 2010 2008 2006 2004 PDF Junior Challenge 2013 2011 2009 2007 2005 Ontario Triple Crown 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 OFSAA Results Indoor 2014 PDF 2013 PDF 2012 PDF 2011 PDF 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF 2007 PDF 2006 PDF 2005 PDF 2004 PDF 1984 2005 First Place Finishes Records PDF Outdoor 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF FAQ Site Map Click here for more information on advertising Home Administration Forms Documents Meeting Minutes Meeting Minutes AGM Minutes have been reserved for members only To view these documents please log into the Membership Portal There are no documents in this category Click here for more information on advertising Click here for more information on advertising Upcoming Tournaments onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 IFAA Practice Shoot onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming RA Centre Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Saugeen Shafts Jan 11 2015 SNAC January tournament onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming South Nation Archery Club Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming York

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Policy - OAA Policies
    2008 Field Championship Pre 2008 Target Championship Pre 2004 PDF Target Championship Pre 2008 Tournament Registration Tournament Results Ontario 10 Ring Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Ontario IFAA Indoor Champ 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 Ontario 3D Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Field Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Target Championship 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Mail Match 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 PDF Grand Champion 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Ontario Summer Games 2014 2012 2010 2008 2006 2004 PDF Junior Challenge 2013 2011 2009 2007 2005 Ontario Triple Crown 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 OFSAA Results Indoor 2014 PDF 2013 PDF 2012 PDF 2011 PDF 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF 2007 PDF 2006 PDF 2005 PDF 2004 PDF 1984 2005 First Place Finishes Records PDF Outdoor 2010 PDF 2009 PDF 2008 PDF FAQ Site Map Click here for more information on advertising Home Administration Policies Policy OAA Policies Code of Ethics Records Youth Travel Teams Tournament Dates Last Updated Wednesday 20 October 2010 Back Click here for more information on advertising Click here for more information on advertising Upcoming Tournaments onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Archers of Caledon Jan 04 IFAA Practice Shoot onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming RA Centre Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming Saugeen Shafts Jan 11 2015 SNAC January tournament onmouseout return nd class item0upcoming South Nation Archery Club Jan 11 onmouseout return nd class item1upcoming York County Bowmen Jan 11 2015 Ontario

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  • Ontario Association of Archers - Policy - OAA Code of Ethics
    the athletes their parents other coaches and officials Strive to be well prepared so your coaching duties are carried out with competence Ensure that equipment and facilities meet safety standards and are appropriate to the age and ability of all athletes Treat others with respect Ensure that any physical contact with a young person is appropriate to the situation and necessary for the player s skill development Obtain appropriate qualifications and keep up to date with the latest coaching practices and the principles of growth and development of young people Maintain the highest standards of personal conduct and to support the principles of Fair Play Fair Play considerations Learn and follow the rules of sport Recognise and respect differences in the athletes Provide equal opportunity and support to all athletes Encourage athletes to always do their best Encourage athletes to be respectful in both victory and defeat Set an example Behaviour and comments should be positive and supportive Officials Shall Place the safety and welfare of the participants above all else Modify rules and regulations to match the skill levels and needs of young people Compliment and encourage all participants Be consistent objective and courteous when making decisions Condemn unsporting behaviour and promote respect for all opponents Emphasize the spirit of the game rather than the errors Encourage and promote rule changes which will make participation more enjoyable Be a good sport Actions speak louder than words Keep up to date with the latest trends in officiating and the principles of growth and development of young people Treat others with respect Set an example Behaviour and comments should be positive and supportive Athletes Shall Conduct themselves in an honourable manner both on and of the competition field Accept both the letter and spirit of the rules of the sport Accept and support the role of the officials to ensure the competition is conducted fairly and in accordance with the established rules Not knowingly break the rules but divulge any breach of the rules as soon as it becomes known Not take any actions that could be interpreted as an attempt to intimidate or demean opponents team mates or officials Maintain the highest standards of personal conduct and support the principles of Fair Play Accept any penalty that the governing body of the OAA deems appropriate if the athlete is found to be in violation of the code of ethics or rules of the competitions Treat others with respect Respect the rights dignity and worth of all participants involved in the sport Set an example Behaviour and comments should be positive and supportive Directors Shall Involve athletes in planning leadership evaluation and decision making related to the activity Give all athletes equal opportunities to participate Create pathways for people to participate in sport not just as a player but as a coach referee administrator etc Ensure that rules equipment are modified to suit the age ability and maturity level of young players Help coaches and officials highlight appropriate behaviour and skill

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