CUB are not the only people who love badges! Other archery bodies also reward hard work and progress by the distribution of shiny awards!
Head on over to the internal awards and the handicaps and classifications pages to see what other awards you can work towards!
Information about any badges or awards not listed here can be obtained from
the governing body websites. You can contact the club records officer for more
assistance. If you know what badge you need information about, select it from
the list on the right.
The FITA (or WA) Star awards are run by World Archery (formerly FITA). FITA
Stars can be claimed at any WA 1440 round of World Record Status. To do so,
complete a form at the end of the tournament. The scores for the FITA Star
awards are as follows:
FITA awards must be claimed for the score shot and cannot be back-claimed.
That is to say that if you have shot a blue scoring round, you may not apply
for an award lower than blue. Even if you shoot another high round next
competition, you then may not apply for a lower award from that score.
The FITA (or WA) Target awards are run by World Archery (formerly FITA) and
awarded for rounds other than the WA 1440.
FITA Target Awards can be claimed at any WA round of World Record Status. To do
so, complete a form at the end of the tournament. The scores for the FITA
Target awards are the same for both recurve and compound and are as
The EAF English Crosses are run by the English Archery Federation.
EAF Crosses can be claimed at any WA 1440 round of UK or World Record Status
shot in England. To do so complete the form found here. The scores for the EAF English Crosses are as
Rose awards are run by Archery GB. In 1844, the first Grand National Meeting
was held at York, where they shot a 12 dozen round now known as the York Round.
The award given was the White Rose of Yorkshire, which is where the Rose awards
Rose awards can be claimed at any York/Hereford UK Record Status event by
filling out a form at the end of the competition. Awards are made for gentlemen
shooting the York round, and ladies the Hereford. The scores for the Rose
awards are as follows.
Rose awards must be claimed for the score shot and cannot be back-claimed.