Arrow News - Archery Museum

Editor Responsable: Prof. Dr. Guillermo E. Bahamonde

viernes, abril 22, 2005

Arquería nuevamente en el CLUB DE LEONES

MARTÍNEZ - Gran Buenos Aires
Arquería en el Club de Leones

Salón de Tiro con Arco: Irigoyen 948

Informes: y confirmación de horarios: Dr. Jorge Jiménez Lozano

Información confirmada personalmente por el Dr. Jimenez Lozano el 21/04/05

4793-3466 y 4792-1645
jjimenezl@intramed.net.ar

3 D World Championships - Genoa - Italy May 16-21, 2005

2nd FITA World 3D Archery Championships
Más información en: http://www.genova2005.com/

Novedades del Calendario publicadas por el CUDA





Club Universitario de Arquería
Buenos Aires - ARGENTINA

Torneo CIMA de Arquería
Indoor 2005 - La Rioja

Fecha:
Sábado 23 de Abril de 2005
Organiza:
Tiro Federal La Rioja
Horarios:
Ver invitación recibida.
Tipo de torneo:
Indoor - Homologatorio para la Final Nacional
Costo:
$ 25.- por deportista
Categorías:
Todas las de Fatarco

Para mas datos del Torneo, vea una copia de la invitación recibida


Torneo CIMA de Arquería
Indoor 2005 - CADECA


Fecha:
Domingo 24 de Abril de 2005
Organiza:
CADECA
Lugar:
Sede de Ciudad Evita , (Salón El Fortín) - El Payador 5065 (ex Bevilacua)
Horarios:
Ver invitación recibida.
Tipo de torneo:
Indoor - Homologatorio para la Final Nacional
Costo:
$ 15.- por deportista
$ 5.- por equipo (por tirador)
Categorías:
Todas las de Fatarco

Para mas datos del Torneo, vea una copia de la invitación recibida

TORNEO DE CAZADORES
EN EL CUDA
Amigo Arqueros, vayan afilando las puntas de sus flechas, pues el CUDA se complace en informar la fecha del Primer Torneo de Cazadores del año 2005.
Este va ser el primero de los tres que conforman el Campeonato de Cazadores 2005, oportunamente se publicará la invitación formal, el programa y reglamento.
La cita es el DOMINGO 22 de MAYO.

El CUDA también ha publicado el calendario Zona Litoral para más información visitar la página específica del CUDA en: http://www.cuda.com.ar/litoral.htm

Fuente: web del CUDA: www.cuda.com.ar

jueves, abril 14, 2005

CONGRESO DE LA FITA EN MADRID - 2005


As per FITA rules, the FITA Congress documents have been sent to all Member Associations and those ones are eligible to attend the Congress. The French version will be ready in the next weeks.

Official invitations with delegates’ registration forms and proxy forms have also been sent, the deadline to send them back to FITA being 17 May 2004.

It is reminded that following a bylaw decision made by FITA Council in December 2003,“Official FITA Proxy forms must be received in the FITA Office at least 30 days before the start of Congress. FITA will check the legality of the proxy which can be withdrawn by the MA giving the proxy if they attend Congress.”

Registration forms and proxy forms should be sent to FITA office. They are both available on the website, under the link Organisation/Congress/Madrid 2005/Forms.

However, all matters related to transport and accommodation should be addressed to the Madrid Organizing Committee (the booking form is available on the World Championships website http://www.madrid2005.net/ under “Congress”).

martes, abril 12, 2005

REGLAMENTOS DE LA FITA - NOVEDADES



3D RULES EDITORIAL CHANGES

The three following editorial changes have been made to the official 3D Archery Rules (as of March 4, 2005):

11.10.3.2.8: "one (1) arrow by each archer of each shooting class" replacing "one (1) arrow by the best archer of each shooting class"

11.10.3.4.2: addition to last sentence: "these 3 archers shoot together as one team"

11.10.3.4.3: new: "each shooting group of 6 consists of 2 National Teams of 3 archers each"

REMINDER ON DRESS REGULATIONS

Does FITA have a standard sponsorship contract that federations and/or archers can use when they have sponsors?

The teams have to comply with our Article 3.22 on Dress Regulations including the ByLaws (on web) and the Eligibility Code in particular Chapter 2, Page 24, Articles 2.2.4 to 2.2.8 inclusive.

jueves, abril 07, 2005

NOTICIAS DEL COI - Principe Rainiero III de Mónaco


Death of H.S.H. Prince Rainier of Monaco
6 April 2005. It is with immense sadness that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today learned of the death of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III of Monaco. H.S.H Prince Rainier III of Monaco was an IOC member from 1949 until his resignation in 1950 when he decided to dedicate his time fully to his princely duties.

A man of courage and honour, Prince Rainier, through his work and activities, immeasurably contributed to give Monaco wider credibility far beyond the sphere of the Principality's famous sports events, but as the home of numerous sports organisations and the international meeting place for the promotion of sport and its values.

The IOC and the whole Olympic Movement express its deepest sympathy to his family and especially to Prince Albert, IOC member and accomplished athlete who plays an active role within the Olympic Movement.