Shooting in an archery tournament is an exciting way to challenge your abilities, both physical and mental, and learn surprisingly a lot about yourself. The HHAC is dedicated to promoting a fun and sportsmanlike environment for archers of all skill levels and shooting styles. There are competetive categories for instinctive, novice recurve (using a sight), Olympic Recurve, and Open/Compound divisions.
HHAC members also participate in external tournaments against other clubs and at summer events such as the Spring Classic. This past February, HHAC hosted the second annual Inter-University Archery Tournament (IUAT)! Archers from UofT, York, Queens and Waterloo attended.
The Hart House Archery Club would like to thank The Bow Shop in Waterloo for their generous donation to our raffle at the IUAT this year. The Raffle helped to raise money to cover rental fees for the event and the IUAT Trophy.
Pictures are posted on our Facebook page.
In House Tournaments
- The Halloween Fun Shoot at the end of October brings costumes, candy, swinging pumpkins, goblins, ang gouls. Oh, and prizes too!
- The Winter Tournament happens the last week of classes and is a more serious event using FITA targets and scoring rules. It is a great chance to test your skills.
- The Valentine's Day Fun Shoot in mid-February is filled with chocolate for eating, balloons for shooting, and awkward themed prizes!
- The final event each year is the Club Championship. The final test of skills, similar to the Winter Tournament, using FITA targets and rules. Winners for each category are awarded a medal and eternal glory!
Dates of upcoming events are posted on the Announcements page.
Out of House Tournaments