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Flatlanders 720 Round

September 1

Thursday September 1, 2022

Practice at 5:00 PM
Scoring at 5:30 PM

(Please note, these times were changed from 5:30/6:30 on August 30 due to sunset times)

Registration: https://2mev.com/#!/events/flatlanders-720-round-september-1-2022

How To Shoot a 720 Round 

The 720 Round, also known as an Olympic Round, is a long distance target archery competition which is the standard for the Olympic Games. It consists of seventy two total arrows, each worth a maximum of ten points shot at distance of 70 meters (approx 77 yards) for recurve archers and 50 meters for archers using compound bows. The maximum score is 10×72=720 points, which is where the name of the round is derived.

The 720 Round is a Target Round (i.e. not a Field Archery Round) meaning an archer shoots at only one target for the entire round and shoots from level ground. Multiple archers will shoot at the same 122cm target (Recurve) or 80cm target (Compound) during a 720 Round.

A 720 Round consists of 12 ends of 6 arrows for a total of 72 arrows at a standard 122cm 10-ring target: (12 ends x 6 arrows = 72 arrows). The distance and target size depending on the bow style. Archers shoot at a 122cm target @ 70 meters (Recurve) or 80cm target @ 50 meters (Compound) during a 720 Round. A perfect score of 72 arrows all hitting the 10 ring would be 720 points.

There is a 4 minute time limit for each end — which is plenty of time to shoot slowly with proper control. There’s no need to rush.


September 1