2020 Pacific Coast Championships

Star FITA Tournament (WA 1440)


State Archers of California


Wilderness Golden State J.O.A.D.


September 18, 2020 (Bowman and Cubs)
September 19-20, 2020 (Cadet, Juniors, Seniors, Masters)


Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA.


All competitors must have a current USA Archery Full Membership or a temporary membership for a single one event tournament. NFAA members must obtain a temporary membership for no cost from the USArchery website. All others may obtain a one event membership from the USArchery website

Pacific Coast Championships is one of the events used for California State Archers Ranking system, however, you do not need to be a California resident to participate. Registration is open to all USA Archery members.


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We are planning to move forward with the tournament at this time and had to change the format of the event to allow as many as possible to shoot, as this event is one requirement of the ranking system.

Registration closes Friday, September 4, 2020  or when the field is full. Should the field fill before the close of registration, we will start a waitlist.

REFUNDS:  Cancellation requests must be submitted via email to wildernessjoad@gmail.com by 8/29/2020 and will be honored minus administrative fees for a refund of $46.50



Early Bird (by August 29, 2002 at 9:59pm PST): $70
Bowman and Cubs $50 (1/2 FITA)

Late Registration: August 29 at 10:01pm PST – 9/4/2020 at 9:59pm PST  $100
Bowman and Cubs $70

NO On Site Registration available

Park Entry Fees: Saturday/Sunday $6.00 per day

COACHES and Spectators

COACHES: Regardless of certification level, will not be allowed in the athlete’s area after practice NO EXCEPTIONS!


Parking Lot opens at 11:00amEquipment Check: 11:15 am followed by the National Anthem

12:00pm  First Distance (6 ends of 6 arrows)
Cubs with shoot 50m on a 122cm face
Bowman will shoot 30mm on a 80cm face

20 minute break

2nd Distance (6 ends of 6 arrows)
Cubs will shoot 30m on a 80cm face
Bowman will shoot 25m on a 80cm face

Collection of Scorecards followed by Awards Ceremony and Ice Cream

Parking lot opens at 7:15am~  Athletes area and spectators area will open at 7:30am both days. NO ADMITTANCE prior to 7:30am. Please be respectful of all attendees and remain seated in your chairs. IF you wish to stand, please stand behind the chairs and not in the walkways.

SHOUTING/YELLING from the spectator’s area will not be tolerated and you may be removed from the venue. POP UP CANOPIES are permitted in the CUB Section ONLY.


Lunches by Pre-order only:  $7.50/plate: includes Sub Sandwich of choice, Chips, Fruit Salad, Brownie Bite and Bottled Water or Soda

Choices: Turkey/Cheese, Ham/Cheese or Egg Salad, You add the fresh toppings of your choice.

Lunch Plates may be ordered for archers as well as family and friends.


USA Archery Dress Code and all USA & World Archery rules apply. Visit usarchery.org and worldarchery.org for complete rules.

Personal coaches are restricted to the spectator area during scoring.

Due to current COVID social distancing protocols we are required to limit the total number of registrations. If registration is full, we suggest signing up for the waitlist.

The current plan is for two archers per target, 1 person on the A/B line and the other on the C/D line. We will do our best to accommodate all archers on the waitlist, but cannot be guaranteed due to limited field availability.

Please note that it will likely be necessary to limit the number of spectators in order to abide by local regulations to hold the event, as you have seen in other events and other sports organizations.

If limiting the spectators becomes necessary, we will prioritize one parent/guardian per family with minor(s)s (under 18yo) athlete, followed by one spectator per athlete.  These regulations will solely be decided by the local government. Please take this into consideration when making tournament plans and travel arrangements. Notifications will be sent to all registered participants of the spectator status and tournament schedule 30 days before the event to allow you to make necessary plans.
Notes for Planning Your Experience at the Event and Travel:

In the case of event cancellation, if booking flights, we recommend booking with the insurance options, looking for hotels with flexible cancellation and refund policies or that do not require pre-payment.

If you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19, stay home.

If you are feeling unwell, have a fever or cough, stay home.

If you are traveling from an area that has a high density of cases and/or has restrictions against travel, it is advised to stay home.

High risk and immunocompromised individuals are also encouraged to stay home.

If you have a temperature of 100.4*F or higher, do not enter the venue.

If you feel unwell or are unsure, please be sure to have your temperature checked by a medical professional.

Face masks will be required for everyone when not shooting and are decided by the local governing authorities. Please bring your face mask(s) with you. They do not need to be worn while shooting, only while on the field and seating area, spectator area, etc.

An informational email will be sent 10 days prior to the event with updated information.

Senior/Masters: Recurve, Compound, Barebow, Para and Para IV and JOAD: Recurve, Compound

Senior/Junior Men: 90,70,50,30 meters

Senior/Junior Women, Masters /Cadet Men: 70,60,50,30 meters

Masters/Cadet Women: 60,50,40,30 meters


Saturday September 19th
8:00 am – 8:45 am Equipment Inspection for all registered archers
8:50 am National Anthem
9:00 am Shooting Starts (3 ends practice)
1st Distance
45 minute Lunch Break
After Lunch – 2nd Distance

Sunday September 20th
9:00 am Shooting Starts (3 ends practice)
3rd Distance
45 minute Lunch Break
4th Distance

Awards Presentation: following the collection of scorecards and tablets. 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in all divisions. Must be present to accept your award or have someone receive it for you.

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