The R100 is a family friendly 3D archery circuit that works with clubs all across the country to host R100 events. All events will be the same format including 2 50 target courses which are referred to the Safari Range and the North American Range.
The National Field Archery Association (NFAA), in partnership with the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center (NEYAC), will host a multi-tournament roundup July 14-18, 2021.
The NFAA National Roundup will feature the NFAA Outdoor National Field Championships (July 14-16), Outdoor National Target Championships (July 17-18), and the First Dakota Classic (July 15-17); allowing archers to compete in multiple national tournaments in a single trip.
Top archers from around the world will contend for two National Championships as well as the purse in the First Dakota Classic.
The event is open to spectators and there is no admission to attend. For more information about the event please reach out to the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center.
The NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center will host the 2021 USA Archery South Dakota State and State JOAD Indoor Championships on January 16. This year, USA Archery will offer the opportunity to participate in the 52nd USA Archery Indoor Nationals and the 2021 USA Archery JOAD Indoor Nationals by submitting your score from these State Championship events. This is a great opportunity to compete for national honors at an in-state event!
The 2020 World Field Archery Championships have been postponed to 2022, at a date yet to be determined.
For more information about this schedule change please reference the press announcement.
Shoot 14 field, 14 hunter, and 14 animal targets. Shoot all 42 targets in 1 or all 3 days. July 24-26: Check in daily from 9am – 2pm. Casual start – Minimum group of 3. All NFAA styles and Divisions. No NFAA Membership Required.
Register at the center, neyac.org, or call 605-260-9282.
Interested in learning skills that can pay dividends for a lifetime? Try our bow hunting class this summer
to learn the skills needed to bow hunt. Explore Bow Hunting teaches youth how to interact with the natural
world around them. This class teaches archers how to close the distance with an animal, and helps youth
relate to the age-old customs and skills involved in bow hunting. Bow hunting teaches youth how to
appreciate the natural world around them, and enhances their enjoyment of the outdoors by connecting
them with nature. A prerequisite course of introductory archery is required to participate in this class.
Examples of prerequisite classes are TRY archery, After School Archery, Introduction to Archery, or
Intermediate Archery. Fee: $50 + tax.
The 2020 First Dakota Classic has been postponed. Original Date was April 17 – 19. New dates will be announced soon.
The First Dakota Classic is an indoor distance tournament featuring the NFAA Classic round and is a money shoot, guaranteeing 70% payback in all Flight and Championship categories.
The First Dakota Classic will feature a qualification round, followed by head-to-head eliminations.