Mountain Archery Festival​​​


MAF Train To Hunt Sprint Race









THIS IS CHANCE TO SEE WHERE YOU ARE PHYSICALLY/MENTALLY FOR YOUR UPCOMING HUNTS!!

*THIS IS NOT A NATIONAL QUALIFIER…



WHAT TO EXPECT

When you come to a Train To Hunt Sprint Race event you will soon discover that it is a supportive environment full of great staff and likeminded competitors.  Everyone there, regardless of age, gender, or fitness level are there because they love the outdoors, archery, and want to test themselves.

COST
$30 per person, YOU MUST PRE REGISTER! NO DAY OF, REGISTRATION

Equipment rules:
-Must bring your own pack
-Must bring your own pack weight (see division pack weight below)
-No scopes or magnification of any kind
-Binos and rangefinders CAN BE USED on both the challenge and the 3D course.
-Must carry arrows in a bow quiver, or pack only.

Event Day
You will be checking in between 1pm-2pm at which time you will be picking up your competitor packets that contain your 3D score card and other information. Next, you will be attending a mandatory competitor meeting where the event director will be welcoming you, giving you a layout of what the day will look like, as well as the specifics of the Challenge Course and 3-D Course.  There is plenty of time for questions and the directors will make sure that everyone is clear about what to do, when to do it, and how each event will all be scored.
You will be assigned a heat and made aware approximately what time you can expect your heat to start.  In most cases, each competitor will be assigned an assistant/judge to help guide them through the tasks of the Challenge Course, and make sure that competitors are completing the correct number of repetitions of each challenge movement to standard.


THE CHALLENGE COURSE DETAILS-

Consists of 5 competitors per heat and all competitors will be required to complete the following lists of tasks for time.
Challenge Course Details-
.25 to .5 mile course length.


Run to 1st Target
Shoot 1 Arrow (Compound/Traditional Yardage Vary)
20 Over the box step ups

Run to 2nd Target
Shoot 1 arrow (Compound/Traditional Yardage Vary)
20 Ground to over head pack lifts

Run to 3rd target
Shoot 1 arrow (Compound/Traditional Yardage Vary)
50 yard over head pack carry

Run to 4th target
Shoot 1 arrow (Compound/Traditional Yardage Vary)
10 pack get ups over the log

Run to 5th target
Shoot 1 arrow (Compound/Traditional Yardage Vary)

Run to Finish line!

Scoring the Challenge
Run Time + Shooting Penalties = Adjusted Time

Run Time:
This is how long it takes you from start to finish to get through the Challenge Course.

Shooting Penalties for Challenge Course:
Heart Shot (10 ring) = No Time Penalty
Lung Shot (8 ring) = +30 seconds
Body Shot (Any foam outside 8 ring)=+1 minute
Miss = 20 burpee penalty (no time penalty)

Adjusted Time:
Official time that will be used to place competitors.


HUNTERS 3-D COURSE DETAILS

Packs must be worn at all times!

20 foam 3D animal targets

Target distance:
Compounds 3-60 yards / 30 yard average
Traditional 3-30 yards / 15 yard average

Scoring The Hunters 3D Course
Traditional 10 ring = 5 pts = no penalty
Traditional 8 ring = 3 pts= 30 second penalty
Foam outside 8 ring = 1pt= 1 minute penalty
Miss = 0 pts = 1:15 penalty

Competitors 3D scores will be converted into time format.
-1 point = :15 second time penalty
Example:  Score: 80  =  Time penalty 5:00

Overall Scoring:
Challenge Course + 3D Time Penalty = Total Time

Competitors will be placed according to their Total Time

DIVISIONS/SANDBAG WEIGHTS

*THERE IS NO TEAM EVENT

*Competitors must bring their own pack weight.  Packs will be weighed before each heat starts.

*Box is 20″ for all divisions

Teen Boys- ages 13-15
Pack weight: 30lbs

Teen Girls- ages 13-15
Pack weight: 20lbs

Men’s Open- ages 16-39
Pack weight: 50lbs

Women’s Open- ages 16-39
Pack weight: 30lbs

Men’s Masters- ages 40 and up
Pack weight: 40lbs

Women’s Masters- ages 40 and up
Pack weight: 20lbs



AWARDS

Top 3 in each Division will recieve Medals and Prizes (TBA)
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