Archery competitions can take a number of different round formats. This page
describes some of these formats.
Indoor rounds typically consist of a number of arrows at one distance. The
table below details the number of arrows, the distance, size of the face and
maximum possible score. Note that some rounds (such as the Worcester) may not
be shot in ends of 6, or may be shot on different target faces.
Outdoor rounds are typically shot at a number of different distances, in
The table here indicates the number of dozens shot at each
distance. The first two distances are shot on a 122cm face, and the rest on 80cm.
The table here indicates the number of dozens shot at each distance. All
distances are shot on a 122cm face, using 5-zone (colour or 9-7-5-3-1) scoring.