31st ANNUAL TSAA TEXAS STATE TARGET CHAMPIONSHIP 2013
|LATE FEE||THE LATE FEE IS NOW IN EFFECT. NO REGISTRATIONS TAKEN AFTER 9-25-13|
|DOS||James Corral, Tournament Director|
|Where?||Map to the venue on Speedway near 45th street north of the UT campus|
|What?||The tournament will consist of a 2 day, 144 arrow FITA round (4 distances). If you need information on the distances, please consult this following link.|
Tentative Schedule (all times are subject to change):
Sunday, Sept. 29th, 2013
|How Much?||Tournament Entry Fee: $45 PER ADULT. $35 PER YOUTH and Guests (YEOMAN ARE DISCOUNTED TO $10).|
|Deadline?||ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 2013 TO AVOID LATE FEE OF $10!|
|Family Discount?||Families with more than two archers must pay two full registration fees, then any additional family youth fees are $10 each.|
Any cancellations prior to deadline will receive full refund. Cancellations after deadline will receive full refund unless archer is the sole participant of a division, in which case a fee may be retained to offset trophy costs.
Tournament director will be James Corral - emergency contact phone number: (512) 420-0013
|Who's Playing?||View current registrants (and double check your own entry info once it is vetted and then added by the webmaster - we get a lot of "bots" registering fake advertisements so a human must perform the final certification of each applicant. Feel free to use the comment field for ANYTHING you wish to communicate to us.|
|How To Sign Up?||
In order to expedite your registration, please fill out the ONLINE registration form, This will aid in preparation for the tournament and it is greatly appreciated. A copy of the information will be emailed to you as well - PRINT THAT COPY to send with your payment if you do not want to use PayPal (preferred method for TSAA). If you catch an error, just email us. You will be asked to sign a standard NAA waiver upon checkin at the tournament. Remember that your registration is not official until your registration fee is received.
|Pay By Check If You Must...||send your check (if not using PayPal) to:
TSAA State Target Tournament
c/o Karin Magera
145 Milentz St., Columbus, TX 78934
and please include the printout of your registration info so that Karin can credit the right archer with paying.
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Registrations: (CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT THE ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM)
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A map to the event at the University of Texas Archery field on Speedway near 45th street, just north of the UT campus, is at this link.
Austin itself has many things a family can do, including swimming in a natural crystal clear swimming hole, the fantastic artesian spring driven Barton Springs pool, the world famous 6th street, many world class museums including the new Blanton museum, a 3-D Imax (which I dearly love going to ), large lakes (mine is 66 miles long, Lake Travis, for example) where you can rent a large houseboat for not a lot of money and tool around for a few days, many fine eating spots, more live music venues and action than you can believe (Austin is truly the live music capital of the world - just count how many acts are listed on the Chronical's website, for instance, the Austin City Limits festival will be over unfortunately, a quick check at this link to the Austin Chronicle shows the huge selection of live acts that week, etc.
IN OTHER WORDS, we invite y'all to come shoot arrows for the entire week and have a good vacation while you are at it. Padre Island National Seashore and Port Aransas are each about 3 hours away and were never threatened by the oil spill fiasco of last year, so a trip to the beach is also easily accomplished - this can be a real family vacation opportunity<G>.... OK, end of shameless promo of Austin and Central Texas...
Feel free to write if you have any questions. For those already signed up, I recommend you look at hotels on I-35 going north from around 51st street - there are a number of good inexpensive hotel/motel properties that Google will display, and the access is pretty easy to all parts of Austin, especially the archery shop at 183 and Burnet Road (Archery Country), as well as the archery venue itself (Take 38th street or 45th street exit from I-35, head WEST, turn right on SPEEDWAY, and simply go north till Speedway Street dead-ends into the field itself! .
More information is online at the Texas website, registration is online as well, as always, and you can see the list of those already registered as well.