Pacific Coast Championships cancelled due to COVID-19

Hello Archers, Parents,

As we’re sure you’re already aware, the corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic has meant that it’s now vital to limit social contact and avoid gathering. The Parks Department has pulled all permits for the remainder of the year, and even if we could, with all the restrictions and rules that are in place we would not be able to safely hold an event. For that reason, as incredibly disappointing as it is to announce, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel THE PACIFIC COAST CHAMPIONSHIPS.

While we know this is disappointing, we hope you can understand the steps we’re taking are to keep you, our staff/volunteers/athletes/coaches and all of the attendees safe.

No one can accurately predict when it might actually be possible to have a sense of normalcy and attend archery tournaments this year, and we personally would not feel good knowing that we may be jeopardizing anyone’s health by bringing people together. And if the tournament could have been held, registration would have been limited to half due to all of the restrictions, attendance would be spotty, guests/parents/coaches limited, and this also would not be fair to those archers looking to rank because of these restrictions.

We’ll be processing refunds for all registered archers by August 8th. . If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at: [email protected] or you may visit USA Archery website for contact details as well as our State Archers of California Facebook page

 We look forward to seeing all of our archery community soon, and staying safe and healthy. The situation will get better – but right now, we’re in this together,”

Thank you for your interest in Pacific Coast Championships, and for your understanding during these unprecedented times. To find out more about the virus and how you can do your part, visit:

COVID19.CA.GOV – California  

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) | CDC

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