IFAA Classification System

The aim of the class divisions is to give field archers something to shoot for and to benchmark their ability within the context of Field or Hunter rounds. The classification system also enables archers to compete at tournaments against other archers of a similar ability.

​To classify within a given class, you must submit two rounds within the higher division. The scorecards must be countersigned as per IFAA rules and submitted to the Classification Officer. The classification officer will then award you your new classification. Your classification is recognised worldwide under IFAA rules.

Once archers have reached A class, there is a higher incentives awards scheme. Each incentive reached is rewarded with a patch. ​  

Click here for more information on the WFAA Higher Incentive Awards.

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