3-D Archery is a subset of field archery focusing on shooting at life-like three-dimensional animal shaped targets placed in dynamic settings and at varying distances. Competitors must gauge the distance to the target and adjust their aim to hit the center of the scoring rings on the target which are typically located off-center, over the targets heart and vital area.
3-D Archery competition of the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games will consist of both male and female individual events for 16U and 19U age categories.
For specific information regarding the rules and regulations that will be followed for the Toronto 2017 NAIG, please refer to World Archery Rulebook.
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