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NATIONAL RULES
HORSEBACK ARCHERY COMPETITION

1 . An object.

1.1 Horseback archery is an equestrian discipline in which the championship is determined by the maximum number of points scored by an athlete in a competition. Points are awarded for hit targets and for the time it takes to overcome the route.

To achieve the highest result in the competition, the athlete must receive the maximum possible number of points for the hit targets in the shortest possible time. Horseback archery is aimed at developing the athlete's courage, courage, coordination, accuracy and skillful horse control. Competitions in horseback archery can be held in natural conditions, on parade grounds, as well as in horseback arenas if there is a combat (competitive) track prepared and marked in accordance with these Rules.

 

2. Scope.

2.1 These Rules are valid throughout the territory of the Russian Federation in the preparation and conduct of any horseback archery competitions held under the jurisdiction of the Federation Horseback Archery Russia (FHAR).

2.2 These rules apply to:

2.2.1 all individuals and legal entities participating in the preparation and conduct of the competition;

2.2.2 all individuals, in any capacity, participating in the competition object of these Rules;

2.2.3 all individuals and legal entities with partial or full ownership of the horse participating in the competition.

 

3. Composition of participants.

3.1 Competitions in horseback archery are held in three age groups:

- adults aged 18 and over

- boys from 14 to 17 years old

- children from 10 to 14 years old

To participate in sports competitions, the specified number of years of age must be fulfilled by the athlete in the calendar year of the competition. There is no division into men and women.

3.2 Members of the youth group, with the written permission of the parents and the consent of the coach, have the right to participate in the group - adults, but in this case, during the current year, they are not allowed to participate in the competition of their age group. Group members - children, do not have the right to move to the older age group.

3.3 Competitors may only ride one entered horse, except as specified in clause 19.10.

 

4. Venue of the competition.

4.1 Competitions in horseback archery are held in natural conditions, on a combat (competition) track (hereinafter track) prepared and marked in accordance with these Rules.

4.2 The width of the track is from 2 to 4 meters, and the entire length is at least 60 meters. There must be sufficient distance after the finish to allow the horse to stop safely. The path should be delimited by rope, barriers, or an earth embankment. The start and finish line is marked with red flags.

4.3 If a rope is used to mark the lane, it must be secured in such a way that it does not pose a danger to Horses and Athletes. Any posts used for fencing must not pose a danger to the horse or rider in the event of a fall.

4.4 The lane must provide an opportunity for left-handed athletes to start, therefore the targets are placed the same distance along the lane in both directions and clause 4.2 (safe stopping of the horse) applies to riders going in both directions.

 

5. Route.

5.1 For the purposes of these rules, “route” is the trajectory of an athlete on horseback during the competition from the moment he crosses the start line in the correct direction until the moment he crosses the finish line after shooting a bow at targets. On the route, in accordance with the Competition Regulations, targets along the track are installed. There are standard and arbitrary routes. Sports categories can be assigned only when passing standard routes. Competitions can consist of one or more routes.

 

6. Security assurance.

6.1 When preparing the venue for the competition, the organizers are obliged to take the necessary measures to ensure safety in order to prevent the arrow from hitting people and animals on the territory of the competition.

6.2 It is strictly forbidden to place archery targets in the direction from the athlete to the audience if the distance from the target to the stand fence is less than 50 meters. The trajectory of the shooting should not go towards the possible location of people or animals.

6.3 Spectators must be at a safe distance from the fighting track. This distance is determined by the organizers of the competition.

 

7. Speech.

7.1 After inviting the athlete to the start, he must, within 60 seconds, arrive on the fighting track and greet the judges, after which the judge gives a signal allowing him to take the start and begin the route. After the signal, the athlete must start within 40 seconds.

7.2 All routes are performed at a canter. Loss of targets performed in a different gait does not count.

7.3 During the passage of the route, it is forbidden to find unauthorized persons on the track and any assistance from their side.

 

8. Time registration.

8.1 The participant starts on horseback and the time countdown on the route begins from the moment he crosses the start line on horseback until the moment he crosses the finish line on horseback.

8.2 The time to complete the route is recorded in seconds and in hundredths of a second using automatic equipment or a hand-held stopwatch.

8.3 When recording the time with a manual stopwatch, there must be two stopwatches, they are required to register the athlete's time to complete the route.

8.4 The time indicated by the same stopwatch is entered into the competition protocol. The result shown by the second stopwatch is reserved.

8.5 If the visibility of the start or finish line from the box of the judges is insufficient to clearly record the moment when the participant crosses them, then one or two auxiliary judges with flags are used to signal the athlete crossing the start line and the finish line.

8.6 The time spent by the athlete to complete the route is recorded only in the judges' box. It is forbidden to use video recording, including the official one, to clarify the time shown by the athlete during his performance.

8.7 Each route has its own time limit (Art. 24).

8.8 When passing the route faster than the established norm of time and fulfilling the necessary conditions, bonus points are awarded for the time. Bonus points or preliminary bonus points for time are awarded for every hundredth of a second faster than the established time norm.

Example: “The normal route time is 14.00 seconds. The participant covered the route in 11.47 seconds, which means his bonus points for the time will be: 14.00-11.47 = 2.53 points.

8.9 When passing the route slower than the established norm of time, penalty points are deducted. Time penalty points are awarded for every hundredth of a second, slower than the established time norm.

Example: “The normal route time is 14.00 seconds. The participant covered the route in 15.28 seconds, which means his penalty points for the time will be: 15.28-14.00 = 1.28 points.

9. Targets.

9.1 Setting the targets depends on the specific route (art. 24).

9.2 Types of targets:

  • The target is round, divided into 5 concentric circular zones, with a diameter of 14, 28, 42, 56 and 80 cm. The colors of the target zones from edge to center are white, black, blue, red and yellow (FITA standard archery target). For hits in the target zones, 1,2,3,4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

  • The target is square, divided into 5 square zones, the total size of the target is 84x84 cm. The size of the zones is 16.8x16.8; 33.6x33.6; 50.4x50.4; 67.2x67.2; 84x84. The colors of the target areas from edge to center are red, green, black, yellow and white. For hits in the target zones, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

  • The target is round, divided into 5 concentric circular zones, with diameters of 18, 36, 54, 72 and 90 cm. The colors of the target zones from edge to center are red, white, green, black and yellow. For hitting the target zones, 1,2,3,4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

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10. Passing routes.

10.1 On the route, the athlete's score is the total number of points scored in all six attempts.

10.2 The participant, after the referee's command, begins the route and after crossing the start line must hit the targets set on the route before crossing the finish line.

10.3 A target hit is an arrow hitting one of the target areas located on the surface of the target.

10.4 The judge at the start and finish must determine if the arrow was released before crossing the start line or after crossing the finish line.

10.5 If the judge at the start or finish is not sure whether there was a violation or not, the result is determined in favor of the participant.

10.6 Series of shots in category "K" routes are: single side shot, double corner shot, triple corner shot and triple side shot. In routes of category "K", the participant has the right to shoot only once at each of the targets. Arrows must be in a quiver, it is allowed to start with an arrow not in a bowstring only in a separate series (art. 24).

10.7 Series of shots in routes of category "B" are arbitrary, the participant has the right to shoot several times at any of the three targets located on the towers. Arrows can be in the quiver or in the hands of the participant, and it is also allowed to start with an arrow not in the bowstring (Art. 24).

 

11. Calculation of points.

11.1 An arrow hit must be scored by a field judge who shows the result to the head judge. The field judge must not touch the arrow until the head judge writes down the number of points scored and allows the arrow to be drawn.

11.2 Arrows that bounce or pass through the target do not count and will not count towards bonus points.

11.3 An arrow that hits a target and remains in another arrow will have the same result as the arrow that it hits.

11.4 An arrow that penetrates the paper target and does not penetrate the main body of the target but remains hanging on the face must be scored.

11.5 If the shaft of an arrow touches two different scoring areas or touches a line between two scoring areas, the arrow must be scored upwards. If the tear on the face of the target, caused by an arrow hit, touches the line above the scoring area and not the arrow shaft, then the lower score is recorded. A higher score will only be awarded if the arrow itself touches the line above the scoring zone.

11.6 The lowest score is zero. If the time penalty exceeds the number of points scored, then the score is still zero (the result cannot be negative).

 

12. Determination of the winners and prize-winners of the competition.

12.1 The winner in an horseback archery competition is determined by the maximum total of points scored in all routes of that competition. If the sum of points for several participants is the same, then the winner is determined based on the best time to cover the distance.

 

13. The main panel of judges and officials.

13.1 The main panel of judges consists of the main judge, the main secretary and at least two judges appointed from among the judges with the appropriate qualifications. The procedure for the appointment and qualifications of the members of the main panel of judges must comply with the Regulations for the organization of equestrian tournaments of the FHAR.

13.2 The appointment of other officials must be in accordance with the Horseback Competition Rules section "General Rules".

13.3 The organizer of the competition is responsible for providing the venue for the competition and the location of the horses.

13.4 The head judge is responsible for the conduct of the competition in accordance with the rules. The head judge decides all questions regarding the rules, except for cases when this responsibility is shifted to the appeal commission, the composition of which is indicated in the Competition Regulations.

13.5 The field judge is responsible for determining the number of points scored by arrows hitting targets. He must work under the supervision of the head judge.

13.6 The timekeeper is responsible for accurately determining the time taken by the athlete to complete the route, with an accuracy of hundredths of a second.

13.7 The head judge supervises the head scorer to ensure that the points awarded by the field judge are recorded correctly.

 

14. Applications.

14.1 The procedure for submitting applications for participation in competitions is established in the Rules of the sport "Equestrian sport", in the section "General provisions" and the FKSR regulations.

 

15. Warm up.

15.1 During the warm-up, there must always be a warm-up inspector on the track, who is appointed by the chief judge of the competition. Warm-up inspector's decisions are binding on all persons present at the warm-up. Failure to comply with the warm-up inspector's request may result in disqualification by the Ground Jury.

15.2 The decision of the warm-up inspector after the performance may be appealed in the manner prescribed by the rules of the sport "Equestrian sport", section "General provisions".

15.3 The maximum number of trial shooting attempts is not more than two on each route.

15.4 All trial attempts during warm-up may be carried out at the start of the competition or before the start of each course.

15.5 Competition organizers have the right to amend clause 15.3 so, for example, they may establish fewer trial attempts or decide that athletes cannot shoot during trial attempts. The number of trial attempts must not exceed the number specified in clause 15.3.

 

16. Medical service.

16.1 The Organizing Committee of the competition is obliged to provide the necessary medical care for the competitors.

 

17. Veterinary services.

17.1 The Organizing Committee of the Competition is obliged to ensure the availability of veterinary assistance in case of emergency. There must be a veterinarian on duty during the competition.

17.2 Competitors may, at their option, use the services of the competition veterinarian or their doctor.

17.3 The fact of providing any kind of veterinary care, except for examination and physiotherapy procedures not related to the use of drugs, must be reported to the chief judge of the competition as soon as possible.

 

18. Dress code, bows and arrows.

18.1 The uniform of the participants of the competition is sports classical for equestrian sports (riding shoes, breeches, shirt, headdress) or a military, historical or traditional costume with a headdress, the participant must have a neat appearance, cleaned and serviceable equestrian equipment and weapons, avoid sloppiness and negligence in clothing and equipment.

18.2 If, in the opinion of the panel of judges, negligence or malfunction in clothing, weapons or equipment may lead, and even more so lead to injury to the athlete, his horse or other persons, then by the decision of the head judge, he may not be allowed to compete or his result may be canceled. ...

18.3 A riding helmet is compulsory for competitors under 18 years of age.

18.4 An athlete may use spurs on his own horse. Athletes renting a horse to compete must have permission from the horse owner to use spurs as well as their saddle.

18.5 Bows must be of traditional shape and made of any material. Bows should not have shelves for arrows, scopes, stops, cutouts, stabilizers, pistol grips, or mechanical releases. The bow can be of any weight and size. The maximum allowed bow pulling force is not more than 27 kg.

18.6 Arrows can be of any material including carbon, metal and wood. Only sports tips are permitted. Tips with blades that cause excessive damage to the target and are unsafe are prohibited. For some types of targets, only blunt tips are used, they must be made of rubber, wood, plastic, leather or other soft material.

18.7 An arrow quiver can be made of any material and is attached to the belt, thigh or back of the competitor. The quiver must not be attached to the saddle. He must ensure the safety of the athlete and the horse from being hit by arrowheads. It is forbidden to place arrows in boots or leggings.

   

19. Horses.

19.1. All horses must be trained and prepared for horseback archery and must be able to complete all required gallop routes.

19.2 The minimum age for a horse to compete is 4 years. The age of the horse is determined in accordance with the rules of the sport "Equestrian sport", in the section "General provisions".

19.3 Regarding the passports of horses in horseback archery competitions, the rules established by the rules of the “Equestrian sport” sport, article 17, apply. The identification of the horse must be done immediately after the horse arrives at the competition venue.

19.4 Horses with a known propensity for aggression must wear red or orange ribbons in the mane and tail.

19.5 Excessive rough or abusive treatment of horses is prohibited.

19.6 For athletes who do not have their own horse, horses may be rented out by the organizer of the competition. The decision of the organizer of the competition to provide the horse is final and not subject to appeal.

19.7 A maximum of 3 athletes may ride one horse during a competition.

19.8 If more than 3 athletes wish to ride one horse provided by the organizer of the competition, then this decision is made by the organizer of the competition and is not subject to appeal.

19.9 The final decision rests with the owner of the horse, who decides which Athlete will compete on his horse.

19.10 If a horse is withdrawn from competition at the owner's discretion or for veterinary reasons, the competition organizers must:

19.10.1 provide an alternative horse;

19.10.2 give the competitor time to get to know the horse;

19.10.3 provide the opportunity to warm up at a canter;

19.10.4 the referee may authorize the athlete to run any route or attempt that he missed during the change of horse.

 

20. Veterinary control.

20.1 The Veterinary Delegate is the Chief Judge's technical advisor. The Veterinary Delegate will be appointed by the Organizing Committee or the FHAR Bureau.

20.2 Veterinary control is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Veterinary Regulations. The Head Judge's decision to exclude a horse from the competition for veterinary reasons, on the advice of the Veterinary Delegate, is final. No objections to this decision will be made.

21. Exception.

21.1 Unless otherwise specified in the Rules or in the conditions of the competition, an exclusion means that the athlete is not entitled to continue to participate in the current route. An athlete who has been expelled or refused to continue the competition must vacate the competition track as soon as possible.

21.2 If the athlete does not enter the track within 60 seconds after being called to start, or does not start within 40 seconds after the judge's permission to start, or starts without receiving permission for this, he receives zero points in this attempt, but can continue to this route.

21.3 If the athlete was assisted in the form of direct active influence on the part of spectators or other team members on the control of the horse during the passage of the route and other actions that unambiguously influenced the result of the performance, he receives zero points in this attempt, but can carry out the remaining attempts on this route.

21.4 If, when crossing the start line before clearance, the athlete does not return to the starting position for a restart, he will receive zero points in this attempt, but may continue to perform the remaining attempts on the given route.

21.5 If the athlete does not cross the start, finish line in the correct direction, he / she scores zero points for this attempt, but may carry out the remaining attempts on the given route.

21.6 If an athlete does not cross the start or finish line on horseback, he scores zero points for this attempt, but may continue on the course for the remaining attempts.

21.7 If an athlete falls from his horse while climbing the course, he will receive zero points for that attempt. For a repeated fall on the route, the rider is excluded from this route, but the athlete will be able to continue to compete in other routes.

21.8 If an athlete finishes with the loss of a bow, he scores zero points for this attempt, but may continue to complete the remaining attempts on that route.

21.9 If an athlete suffers an accident, either by himself or with his horse, which makes it impossible to complete the attempt, he will receive zero points for this attempt, but may continue on the remaining attempts on the course.

21.10 If an athlete, in the opinion of the Range Master, is unable to continue competing for reasons of safety or injury, he must give up his attempt, but he must not be eliminated and all his previous results must be counted.

21.11 The performance of an athlete who, in the opinion of the Head Judge, is unsafe due to injury, may, at the discretion of the Head Judge, be resumed after the injury has been eliminated.

21.12 The head judge may authorize the athlete to complete any routes that he missed due to injury or any other reason.

21.13 If an athlete has violated safety measures that, in the opinion of the Chief Judge, could threaten his life or health, as well as the life or health of other participants in the competition, spectators and animals, he must be excluded from the competition.

 

22. Commission for admission.

22.1 The admission commission must be for all competitors and must be held no earlier than 24 hours before the start of the competition. At the admission commission, the organizers talk about the rules of the competition, and the athletes have the opportunity to ask any questions they are interested in.

22.2 All participants must be present at the admission committee. Any athlete who, without prior authorization, did not participate in the admission commission, at the discretion of the head judge, may not be admitted to the competition.

22.3 During the Admission Commission, a drawing of lots may be held for Horses, if provided for by the Competition Regulations.

 

23. Horse equipment.

23.1 Mandatory are: saddle and headband. The reins must be attached to the bit. Stirrups and harnesses must hang freely on the saddle locks. There should be no other restrictions or attachments of any kind (beveling). The athlete must not directly or indirectly attach any part of his body to the saddle.

23.2 Martingales with rings (sliding), snaffle guards, boots, bandages, earmuffs, saddle covers are allowed. You can use a props and a tail.

23.3 It is forbidden to use devices that can limit the horse's speed, such as a sliding reins, chambon or junctions, or any type of blinker.

 

24. Standard routes for the assignment of sports categories.

24.1 Category B routes

24.1.1 General rules.

Routes B-60 and B-90 consist of 6 attempts.

24.1.2 Combat (competitive) track.

Straight track:

  • 60 meters long for the B-60 route;

  • length of 90 meters for route B-90.

24.1.3 Target

The goal of the route is a tower on which three identical targets are located. The tower is located in the middle of the route and 9 meters from the walkway fence. The center of all targets is 180 cm ± 20 cm from ground level for route B-90 and 120 cm ± 20 cm from ground level for route B-60. The middle target is perpendicular to the track. Side targets are located perpendicular to points on the route:

  • for route B-90, the first target is 20m from the start, the third target is 70m from the start;

  • for the B-60 route, the first target is 5m from the start, the third target is 55m from the start.

The target is round, divided into 5 concentric circular zones, with diameters of 18, 36, 54, 72 and 90 cm. The colors of the target zones from edge to center are red, white, green, black and yellow. For hitting the target zones, 1,2,3,4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

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24.1.4 Target hits

Arrows can be in a quiver or in the hands of a participant, and it is also allowed to start with an arrow not in the bowstring. The athlete has no restrictions on the number of arrows fired at any target during the route.

The athlete may shoot after the start line and up to the finish line.

Any arrow fired before the start line or after the finish line, or when the horse changes from canter to trot or stride, the athlete receives zero points regardless of where it landed. If the judge is unable to determine which of the multiple arrows in the target was the one described above, the arrow with the higher (highest) score should not be scored.

The athlete receives for the attempt the sum of points for all hits on the target plus a bonus for time, depending on his speed and fulfillment of certain conditions.

 

24.1.5 Overall score

Target hits and time bonuses add up to each attempt.

The scores of all attempts are summed up to obtain an overall result. An athlete cannot receive less than zero points for an attempt.

 

24.2 Route B-90

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24.2.1 Rules

Route B-90 consists of 6 attempts, the time norm is 18 seconds. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

To receive a bonus for the time, the athlete must fire 3 or more arrows with each attempt and at least one arrow must hit the target.

The preliminary time bonus is charged for every hundredth of a second faster than the time norm (Article 8.8). The preliminary time bonus will be multiplied by a coefficient depending on the number of hits in this attempt. The coefficient depends on the number of hits in the target in a given attempt:

  • coefficient 0.5 in case of hitting any of the targets with the 1st arrow;

  • coefficient 1 in case of hitting any of the targets with 2 arrows;

  • coefficient 1.5 when any of the targets are hit by 3 or more arrows

If the athlete's time is more than 18 seconds, then the result of his attempt is zero, regardless of the hits.

 

24.3 Route B-60

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24.3.1 Rules

Route B-60 consists of 6 attempts, the time norm is 12 seconds. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

To receive a bonus for the time, the athlete must fire 2 or more arrows during the attempt and at least one arrow must hit the target

The preliminary time bonus is charged for every hundredth of a second faster than the time norm (Article 8.8). The preliminary time bonus will be multiplied by a coefficient depending on the number of hits in the given attempt. The coefficient depends on the number of hits in the target in a given attempt:

  • coefficient 0.5 in case of hitting any of the targets with the 1st arrow;

  • coefficient 1 in case of hitting any of the targets with 2 arrows;

  • coefficient 1.5 when any of the targets are hit by 3 or more arrows

If the athlete's time is more than 12 seconds, then the result of his attempt is zero, regardless of hits.

 

24.4 Routes of category "K"

24.4.1 General rules

All routes of category “K” consist of 6 attempts.

The athlete's score is the total of all 6 attempts. The athlete may only fire one shot at each target on the course. The athlete's arrows must be in the quiver, it is allowed to start with an arrow on the bowstring only in separate series of the route.

24.4.2 Combat (competition) lane

Straight track length:

  • 60 meters for routes K123-60, K23-60

  • 90 meters for routes K123-90, K23-90, K233-90

24.4.3 Targets

  • The target is square, divided into 5 square zones, the total size of the target is 84x84 cm. The size of the zones is 16.8x16.8; 33.6x33.6; 50.4x50.4; 67.2x67.2; 84x84. The colors of the target areas from edge to center are red, green, black, yellow and white. For hits in the target zones, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

  • The target is round, divided into 5 concentric circular zones, with a diameter of 14, 28, 42, 56 and 80 cm. The colors of the target zones from edge to center are white, black, blue, red and yellow (FITA standard archery target). For hits in the target zones, 1,2,3,4 and 5 points are awarded, respectively.

The center of all targets is 90 cm ± 10 cm from ground level and 7 meters for round targets and 8 meters for square targets from the edge of the track.

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24.4.4 Time Rates, Time Bonuses and Time Rates.

The standard time for routes 90 meters long is 14 seconds, for routes 60 meters long - 10 seconds. The time bonus is charged for every hundredth of a second faster than the time norm (Article 8.8) and they are awarded for a certain number of hits:

  • single series - one hit;

  • double streak - one hit;

  • triple (any) series - two hits.

If no target is hit, then bonuses for the time are not awarded.

Penalty points for time are awarded for every hundredth of a second slower than the time norm (Article 8.9). The total number of points for passing the route cannot be less than zero.

24.4.5 Hit Bonus Points.

Bonus points are awarded for:

  • hitting two targets in a double series -2 points

  • hitting three targets in any triple series - 3 points

 

24.5 Route K123 (90)

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24.5.1 Rules

Route K123 (90) consists of three series: single side shot, double corner shot and triple side shot. Each series consists of 2 attempts. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

All arrows must be in the quiver.

In a series of single side and double corner shots, the athlete has the right to touch his arrows only after crossing the start line, if the athlete touched his arrows before crossing the start line, then his first shot will not count, but he can shoot the remaining targets.

In a series of triple side shots, the athlete can start with an arrow on a bowstring.

24.5.2 Time rate

The norm of time to complete the route is 14 seconds

 

24.6 Route K123 (60)

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24.6.1 Rules

Route K123 (60) consists of three series: single side shot, double corner shot and triple side shot. Each series consists of 2 attempts. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

All arrows must be in the quiver.

In a single side shot series, the athlete has the right to touch his arrows only after crossing the starting line.

In a series of double corner and triple side shots, the athlete can start with an arrow on a bowstring.

24.6.2 Time rate

The norm of time to complete the route is 10 seconds

 

24.7 Route K23 (90)

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24.7.1 Rules

Route K23 (90) consists of two series: double corner shot and triple side shot. Each series consists of 3 attempts. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

All arrows must be in the quiver.

In a series of double corner shots, the athlete has the right to touch his arrows only after crossing the start line, if the athlete touches his arrows before crossing the start line, then his first shot will not count, but he can shoot at the remaining targets.

In a series of triple side shots, the athlete can start with an arrow on a bowstring.

24.7.2 Time rate

The norm of time to complete the route is 14 seconds

 

24.8 Route K23 (60)

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24.8.1 Rules

Route K23 (60) consists of two series: double corner shot and triple side shot. Each series consists of 3 attempts. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

All arrows must be in the quiver.

In both series, the athlete can start with an arrow on a bowstring.

24.8.2 Time rate

The norm of time to complete the route is 10 seconds

 

24.9 Route K233 (90)

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24.9.1 Rules

Route K233 (90) consists of three series: double corner shot, triple corner shot and triple side shot. Each series consists of 2 attempts. The location of the targets is shown in the diagram.

All arrows must be in the quiver.

In a series of double corner shots, the athlete has the right to touch his arrows only after crossing the start line, if the athlete touches his arrows before crossing the start line, then his first shot will not count, but he can shoot at the remaining targets.

In a series of triple corner and triple side shots, the athlete can start with an arrow on a bowstring.

24.9.2 Time rate

The norm of time to complete the route is 14 seconds.

 

The rules were provided to the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation in 2020.

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