Shoots registered with Archery Canada will have a judge and use a time clock. Shoots not registered will be informal and use a whistle.

For the Canadian 900s there are two distance options:

  • The standard 900 distances of 55, 45 and 35 M (30 arrows at each distance)
  • The 900 training distances of 35, 30, and 25 M (30 arrows at each distance)

For further information on rounds, categories, and distances for each age group, refer to Chapter 4 of the Archery Canada Rulebook or visit our pages on archer categories and tournament scoring.


$5 for Victoria Bowmen club members. $20 for others.


To see a schedule of upcoming tournaments please visit the Tournament Event Calendar.

When shooting at registered Victoria Bowmen tournaments:

  • Set up for the shoot starts at 8:30 am – all club member shooters help set up.
  • Practice starts at 9:00 am.
  • Scoring begins at 10:00 am.
  • There is a 10-15 minute break between distances.

To sign up for any shoot, contact .