Archery is a sport with many participation levels - there is something for everyone, from fun club leagues to full-blown international competition and there are lots of award badges and records you can collect on the way.
Scotland has a full calendar of events including Indoor, Outdoor, Field and Target, Area and Scottish Championships held each year.
Many archers go to compete just for enjoyment, others compete to win a medal and to score enough points to get an Area, Scottish or UK ranking and selection to an Area or Scottish squad or team. There are several annual competitions where Scottish archers can achieve representative honours.
Additionally for those prepared to travel, there are tournaments all around England, Wales & Northern Ireland. Over the years there have frequently been Scottish archers on the GB Teams taking part and winning medals in International events including the Olympics, the Paralympics, the World Student Games and the Commonwealth Senior and Youth Games.
Clubs provide a wide variety of options from informal shooting to taking part in leagues and competitions.
Competitions are a great way to improve and to enjoy archery. Scotland has a very full events calendar with something for everyone.
Those wishing to train to be the best can make the most of the opportunities available and become performance athletes.
About the schemes and award that help make developing your archery skills fun and rewarding whatever your ambition.
There is a great variety of score achievement and other awards badges that competition archers can earn at all levels.