Prepare to experience the excitement of international competition at Adelaide, South Australia’s 2023 Oceania Championships from April 13–16.
Choosing this team has the following primary goals in mind:
- To participate in as many events as you can and be competitive.
- To achieve success in numerous events and earn a Medal for each.
- Leverage the Championships to introduce promising future athletes to international competition, offering them an invaluable opportunity for growth.
Minimum Qualifying Scores
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To ensure your success, you must obtain the mandatory MQS between July 1st, 2022, and January 31st, 2023.
Archery Australia has the authority to select up to 3 archers from each of the following categories:
- Compound (Women & Men)
- Recurve (Women & Men)
- Barebow (Women & Men)*
- Compound U21 (Women & Men)
- Compound U21 (Men & Women
- Recurve U21 (Women & Men)
- Compound U18 (Women & Men)
- Recurve U18 (Women & Men)
- Compound U16 (Women & Men)
- Recurve U16 (Women & Men)
Note: According to World Archery, barebow recurve is the official form of barebow archery.