Membership

RMAA Membership

As an RMAA Member you are supporting an archery club that organizes and promotes archery competitions throughout the front range. You also receive discounted pricing at all RMAA events. Members may also be eligible for overall prizes and awards at the end of the year.

Membership is not required to participate in RMAA events, however non-members are not eligible for overall awards. To become a member you can click the link below or sign up and any RMAA event.

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RMAA ByLaws

Article I. GENERAL SHOOTING RULES

Section 1. RMAA TARGET SERIES

  • (1.a) The Target Series shall be governed by NFAA rules
  • (1.b) The Target Series shall consist of (5) Events
    • (1.b.i) ALL-IN VEGAS 450 – 2 day Event consisting of a Vegas 450 round each day.
    • (1.b.ii) INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP – 2 day Event consisting of an NFAA 300 round each day.
    • (1.b.iii) 3-D CHALLENGE – 1 day Event consisting of a 40 target 3-D round.
    • (1.b.iv) 1500 IN THE SUN – 2 day Event consisting of 900 American round, and 600 American round.
    • (1.b.v) FIELD SHOWDOWN – 2 day Event consisting of 28 Hunter, 14 Field, and 14 Animal targets.

Section 1.2 RMAA 3-D SERIES

  • (2.a) The 3-D Series shall be governed by ASA rules.
  • (2.b) The 3-D Series shall consist of 4, one day, 40 target Events.

Article II. DIVISIONS OF COMPETITION

Section 2.1 RMAA TARGET SERIES

  • (1.a) PRO – any archer holding a “Pro Card” with any recognized organization must shoot the Pro class. Any archer may shoot the Pro class without having to buy their “Pro Card”.
  • (1.b) SENIOR – any archer older than 50 years at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Senior class.
  • (1.c) ADULT – any archer older than 18 years at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year must shoot the Adult class.
  • (1.d) JUNIOR – shall consist of 4 divisions
    • (1.d.i) YOUNG ADULT – any archer between the ages of 15-17 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Young Adult class.
    • (1.d.ii) YOUTH – any archer between the ages of 12-14 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Youth class.
    • (1.d.iii) CUB – any archer between the ages of 9-11 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Cub class.
    • (1.d.iv) PEE-WEE – any archer 8 YEARS AND UNDER at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot thePEE-WEE class.
  • (1.e) Any Junior archer may move up a division without effecting NFAA status. Said archer may NOT move down, unless reason is submitted, excepted by the Board of Directors. The decision of the Board of Directors is final.
  • (1.f) The Junior divisions shall offer Freestyle and Freestyle Limited Recurve classes for Boys and Girls.

Section 2.2 RMAA 3-D SERIES

  • (2.a) PRO – any archer holding a “Pro Card” with any recognized organization must shoot the Pro class. Any archer may shoot the Pro class without having to buy their “Pro Card”.
  • (2.b) SENIOR – any archer older than 50 years at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Senior class.
  • (2.c) ADULT – any archer older than 18 years at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Adult class.
  • (2.d) JUNIOR – shall consist of 4 divisions
    • (2.d.i) YOUNG ADULT – any archer between the ages of 15-17 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Young Adult class.
    • (2.d.ii) YOUTH – any archer between the ages of 12-14 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Youth class.
    • (2.d.iii) SENIOR EAGLE – any archer between the ages of 9-11 at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Senior Eagle class.
    • (2.d.iv) JUNIOR EAGLE – any archer 8 YEARS AND UNDER at the beginning of the RMAA Tournament year may shoot the Junior Eagle class.
  • (2.e) Any Junior archer may move up a division without effecting ASA status. Said archer may NOT move down a division for any reason.

Article III. OVERALL AWARDS

Section 3.1 RMAA TARGET SERIES

  • (1.a) Over-all points will be awarded to RMAA Members in accordance to tournament finish. 1st Place will be awarded 50 points, 2nd Place – 45 points, and so on until no points remain.
    • (1.a.i) Guest archers will be eligible for Tournament awards, but not Over-all points.
    • (1.a.ii) If a guest archer finishes in a Place where Over-all points are awarded, those points are lost, and NOT dropped to the next Member archer.
  • (1.b) An archer must compete in at least 4 of the 5 Events in the Target Series to be eligible for the Over-all Award. If an archer competes in all Events, they will drop their lowest finish and be awarded a 10-point bonus towards the Over-all standings.
  • (1.c) An Over-all and Runner-up award shall be awarded in all classes in which there is an average of 3 archers per Event.
    • (1.c.i) All Junior divisions shall receive an Over-all award, so long as the archer has completed enough tournaments to be eligible.
    • (1.c.ii) The Board of Directors reserves the right to payout an Over-all Award at their digression in the event that a class does not meet requirements stated above.
  • (1.d) Moving up in a class/division; this archer that wants to move up, can.
  • (1.e) If the person ends up shooting all 5 tournaments the first tournament they shot as a lower class will automatically be dropped. No overall points will come from that tournament.
  • (1.f) They will get credit for mail ins if shot as they are participation points only. There are no placement points for mail ins.
  • (1.g) If they shoot all 5 tournaments they will get the extra 10 points for shooting all 5 tournaments. Again they are participation points encouraging people to attend all 5 tournaments.
  • (1.h) This archer needs to shoot four of the five tournaments in the same class to be eligible for the overall

Section 3.2 RMAA 3-D SERIES

  • (2.a) Over-all points will be a cumulative score from the archers’ 3 best Events. An archer must complete at least 3 of the 4 Events. If an archer competes in all 4 Events, they will throw out their lowest score.
    • (2.a.i) Guest archers will be eligible for Tournament awards, but not Over-all points.
  • (2.b) An Over-all and Runner-up award shall be awarded in all classes in which there is an average of 3 archers per Event.
    • (2.b.i) All Junior divisions shall receive an Over-all award, so long as the archer has completed enough tournaments to be eligible.
    • (2.b.ii) The Board of Directors reserves the right to payout an Over-all Award at their digression in the event that a class does not meet requirements stated above.

Article IV. RMAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Section 4.1 UNSAFE CONDITIONS

  • (1.a) The BOD reserves the right to cancel or postpone, or modify any Event at their discretion.
  • (1.b) In the event of a cancellation, the BOD will choose a method to break ties in the Over-all points standing where they effect the Over-all and Runner-up awards.