Tournament Registration: African Regional Field Archery Championships 2019 from 29 June to 2 July 2019

The African Regional Field Archery Championships will take place 29 June to 2 July 2019 at Lusaka, Zambia



Archer Information
First names
Archer Contact Details
Contact Number Must be in a format of country code plus number ie 27824443232. No special characters.
Email Confirm
Passport or ID Number Please ensure that SADC Passport holders have a passport that the expiry date exceeds 3-months and all other countries the Passport expiry date exceeds 6-months. Zambia residents please use NRC No.

Shooting Style
IFAA Association
Association Membership Number
Shooting Style
Age Group
Division Will only populate on a valid selection of Gender, Shooting Style and Age.
Entry Fee
Entry Fee US$
Extra Banquet Tickets
No of Banquet Tickets at US$ 15.00 Archer Banquet fee is included in Registration Fees. This is for any additional per example wife, husband, parents etc.
Message to Organising Committee

Confirmation by the Archer
Tick Confirm and are acknowledge by the archer that s/he has International Medical Insurance and will supply a copy to the organisers.
Tick to confirm you have read and understood the IFAA Rules.
Tick to confirm you will bring a completed and signed classification/score card to the registration desk at the Competition. (Article VII.5 of the IFAA Bylaws).
General Safety Awarness Declaration (Please confirm your registration details are correct.)
  1. I acknowledge that I have participated in similar tournaments before and that I know the rules of this archery game and the IFAA Code of Conduct for Competitors. I believe that I have adequate knowledge in the safe use of my archery equipment.

  2. I acknowledge that I am in reasonable health and that my physical condition is adequate to walk the ranges.

  3. I know that Field and 3D Archery is inherently dangerous because of the type of sports equipment that I use and the conditions of the archery range, which may include, but is not limited to, forested areas, grass lands, rocky outcrops, steep slopes, slippery areas and other natural conditions such as fallen and/or falling trees and branches, thorny and/or stinging plants, holes in the ground, brook crossings, etc. and that I may encounter wild animals, including potentially dangerous animals, insects, spiders and other types of unpleasant fauna and flora on the range.

  4. I know that I am fully responsible for my own safety on the range and that I will take precaution to maximise my safety by using adequate protective and visible clothing, proper hiking shoes, hat or cap, rain coat, suntan lotion, insect repellent, etc. and that I carry with me on the range sufficient water and food/energy food to last me for at least two hours (seven targets).

  5. I know that I am expected to check on safety while others in my group are standing on the shooting line and will warn them in the event of possible danger. It is also my duty to inform the Range Marshall of any such dangers.

  6. Although the tournament organisers take necessary precautions to set out safe Field and 3D archery ranges, based on IFAA and national safety standards, I know that it is still my responsibility to assess my personal safety at each shooting position and I know that the decision to stand on the shooting line, to draw and aim the bow, to release the arrow and to retrieve the arrow will be mine and mine alone and that I have the right not to shoot at any target if I am uncertain about my personal safety or the safety of others.

  7. I have the right not to shoot a target, in which case the arrow(s) shall not score, if I believe that I will damage or loose arrows, without being disqualified from the tournament.

Tick to continue with registration after you have read and understood the General Safety Awareness

Archers need to have good maths skills so that they can count their arrow scores correctly. We need to make sure you you qualify by doing this simple calculation.
Actually, we are kidding, it's just away we can ensure you are a human and not a spambot.
40 + 49 =


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