Registration Info: 

When you register, please include your category and the times that you want to shoot. Categories for Target and 3D can be found on the Archery Canada website in the rulebook.
​If you would like to choose your shooting times, please include this in your registration info.  We will try to accommodate requests however all times may not be available.  Early registration gives you the best chance to get the shooting time that you want.

Non-ProAm Shooters must pick two times for each discipline, target and 3D.  The time options are :

TARGET: 10:00, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00
3D: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 2:00, 4:00

LBB reserves the right to move times if necessary, you will be contacted if your time is changed.

Sunday times will be posted on Saturday evening.

ProAm Shooters: times will be decided by the Organizing Committee.​ProAm shooters will shoot target at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. 3D will be shot at 1:00 and 3:00 (assuming that we have only 54 ProAm shooters). If we have more than 54, some will have to shoot at 2:00 and 4:00.

Any Archer is welcome to shoot in the ProAm class, but everyone that is considered to be sponsored (archery company) MUST shoot in it.  Please see detailed rules for this class below.

Groups will be busted.

Shoot Offs

There will be three shoots for available to register in:

3D Shoot Off-Compound

3D Shoot Off-Traditional

Target Shoot Off

The compound and traditional Shoot Offs will be held on Saturday Night (time to be announced)

Target Shoot Off will be held on Sunday. 

All ProAM shooters that qualify will compete in an ASA Style shoot down on Sunday.  Please see detailed rules below for the ProAM Shoot Down

ProAM Class Rules

The Pro/Am will be a class that completes in both the target and 3D disciplines being offered at the Ironman. This class will have a men’s and women’s division.

Entry Fee – $130.00
Prizes will consist of title and cash (guaranteed $2000 pay out) Payout level will be announced at a later date.

Eligibility -  All compound archers who have a manufacture or distributor of any archery equipment or products and are 18 years or older must complete in this class unless they are only completing in one discipline (target or 3D ). This class is also open to all Archers who wish to participate.

Both men’s and women’s class will require a minimum of 5 entrants to be considered a class or they will be combined.

The Pro/Am Class winners will be determined by an ASA style shoot down comprised of the top 5 men and top 3 women (unless # of entrants reach 10, then it will be top 5). See below for ASA style shoot down rules. The shoot down will be held Sunday afternoon (time to be determined).

The Pro/Am Classes will shoot 3 qualifying rounds each of 3D and target, 2 rounds of each on Saturday and 1 round each on Sunday. The combined total scores of the 3D and target will determine the qualifiers for the shoot down.

3D will be unmarked following Archery Canada rules.

Target will be Canadian 300 format.

Shooting times and groups will be determined by the registration group.

ASA Style Shoot Down Rules

A.      Pro/Am classes may have up to five participants or in case of a tie in score and in 11 rings for the final spot(s) the Tournament Director may either elect to allow additional shooters, or use the “Closest-to-the-center” tie-break procedure (see Scoring Rules “I”) to determine the fifth position.
B.      Prior to the start of the Shoot Down the Class competitors will be provided a ten-minute period to judge the targets. Anyone not present for any of the judging period forfeits this opportunity and will be required to adhere to the Shoot Down pace without additional time for judging.
C.      The first place shooter will start on target one, second place on target two, and so forth.
D.      The group will have 90 seconds to shoot their respective target. Anyone not shooting within the allotted time will be given a zero for that target.
E.       Shooters will remain at their stake until their arrow is scored before going to the next target.
F.       Shooters are responsible for having enough arrows to complete the initial round.
G.      After the initial round all shooters within ten points of the leader will proceed to a Final Arrow with the lowest score shooting first and proceeding to the leader.
H.      Bonus rings will not break a tie for first place in the pro classes. Should a tie in total score exist for first place following the Final Arrow, the Shooters tied for first will continue to shoot until the tie is broken by total score. A coin toss will determine the initial order. Their shooting order will alternate for any additional targets that are required to break the tie.
I.        Due to manufacturer contingency programs there will be a clear second and third place order of finish. Should a tie exist for second and/or third place that is not broken by total bonus-rings, the Tournament Director will use the “Closest-to-the-center” tie-break procedure to break the tie. The winner of a coin toss will select their preference for the order of shooting.



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Our 22nd annual IRONMAN tournament will be hosted on

January 13 & 14, 2018

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