TSAA Archery News
Still More Archery Training Opportunities
February 28, 2006

Hi !

In this newsletter:
Seminars Announced By USA Archery
NAA National Indoor Registrations Are In Full Swing, and Time Is Running Out!
Maps Are Cool

Seminars Announced By USA Archery
As part of the High Performance Program, Coach Kisik Lee and Tom Parrish will be holding four seminars on the BEST method in the next few months.

There will be others added, but for now these are confirmed. USA Archery plans to do at least one in each Region.

Addendum: Tom Parrish has been removed as HPD by the USOC as of Mar 1, 2006.

March 25: Regional Training Seminar at Lancaster Archery Supply
in Lancaster, PA. (
Use this link for more information at Lancasters)
Contact LAS for registration: 800-829-7408

March 30 – April 2: High Performance Coach Training Seminar
in Colorado Springs, CO. (
Link to more information at the OTC)

April 6: Short Presentation at the AZ Cup in Phoenix, AZ - check the AZ Cup website for more information.

April 29: Short Presentation at the TX Shootout in College Station, TX - Check the TXS website for more information.

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NAA National Indoor Registrations Are In Full Swing, and Time Is Running Out!
The NAA's National Indoor happens over three weekends this year, at nine different venues around the United States. To easily find the location nearest to you use this link to the TSAA Calendar, and to read full information, please use this link to the NAA/USA Archery website for the acrobat form. For most Texans, the best location is the one held at College Station. Getting together with your friends at one of these venues will be a highlight to your archery year! THERE ARE STILL SOME SPOTS ON MOST LINES SO ACT NOW!
As an added bonus you can use this MAP LINK to the venues to see which one is closest to you, and see the directions provided by the Venue Organizer.

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Maps Are Cool
The three maps of archers continue to grow in numbers - the links to all of them are on the Texas Website. [image]Curious about where archers are in Texas, or the US, or even, the WORLD? Use the links to view a map of them, and if you like, add yourself. Your information is not subject to scooping by spammers, and as you will easily see, allows you to post a photo of yourself shooting. You do have to sign up for a free account, but I have not found any downside to this. If there are any other state chapters that want to start their own Frappr Maps, please send me an email with your info and I'll add links to the page.

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