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Udine Assisi Brindisi  Crotone  


Technical norms:

Games and competitions will be based on the principle of integration of the athlete with a disability and the “able-bodied athlete”  by creating techiical handicaps for athletes who are particularly talented for bowshot

1. In the spirit of inclusive sport, disabled and non disabled athletes will participate in the sport event.

2. Before the exhibition/competition starts, both disabled and non-disabled athletes will be rated on on a 1-10 ranking scale according to their specific skills in archery 

3. Although it must be taken into account that  some disabled athletes may be capable of high-level performance, as a principle rates from 1 to 5 are for disabled athletes and rates from 6 to 10; the rate will determine some adjustaments as to: 

       a. Distance of target 

       b. Type and size of target

       c. Handicaps or facilitations while shooting

4. Only team competitions are foreseen, no individual ones

5. A team is made up of two or more athletes; a team must include an appropriate number of disabled and of non-disabled athletes. 

6. Both physical and intellectual disabilities are allowed, provided each athlete is autonomous in moving in the competition field and in using the necessary equipment and provided that he/she can do so while at the same time ensuring  safety for himself/herself and for third party

7. Equipment will be provided by organizers and will approximately have the following characteristics:

       a.  A school bow- weight not over  22 pounds, bow length according to archer's draw length without sight  (bare-bow). 

       b. Finger tab,   arm guard, quiver,   and arrows 16/16 of standard length.

8. On the shooting field athletes will wear sport clothes; organizers will provide t-shirts of a different colour for each delegation. 

9. For any issue not included in these norms, please refer to organizing committee.

In the following sport proposals, [A] will stand for the disabled athlete (with intellectual or relational disabilities, with motor disability, etc.9), [B] will stand for the non-disabled athlete.



ACTIVITY/COMPETITION NO. 1 – “La   Rosata pattern”

It is a competition of couples  [A] + [B]   with each couple member shooting 3 arrows alternatively for a total of 6 arrows for each turn. 

- In total each couple shoots three turns. 

- Each couple has a target butt. 

- The target butt will have a target of 122 cm  

- All athletes will line up on the same shooting line. 

- For each couples of archers, the distance of the target will be chosen according the skill rate of [A]. As a principle, athlete rated 1 will shoot from a 4 meter distance; the target distance will increase of 1 meter by each higher rate.

- The [A] archer will shoot first; he/she will try and shoot the arrows as close as possible to one another in whatever part of the target.

- The second archer ([B]) will try and shoot his/her arrows as close as possible to the arrows shot by his/her mate, so that the final perimeter of the set is the shortest possible.

- The perimeter of the final pattern is then measured using a tape measure; in measuring the perimeter, the arrows considered the least favourable by the the team is not included.

- If an arrows is shot outside the target, then it is considered the least favourable.

- If more than one arrow is shot outside the target, only one is considered the least favourable and will not be considered, while the others will be inserted in the most distant positions on the target and considered for measuring the perimeter.  

- The couple who, after the three turns, totals the lowest sum of the three perimeters is the winner of the competition “la rosata pattern”

- In case of parity, a further play off turn is shot in order to determine the winners.



ACTIVITY/COMPETITION NO. 2 – Shooting at the flag   

It is a competition of couples ( [A] + [B])   with each couple member shooting 3 arrows alternatively for a total of 6 arrows for each turn. 

- In total, each couple shoots three turns. 

- Each couple has a target butt. 

- The target butt will have a target of 122 cm  

- All athletes will line up  on the same shooting line. 

- The target butt will endorse a target face of 122cm; on target blue band there will be three air balloons (diameter 20-25 cm), rotated by 120°, of the three colours of the Italian flag: green, white and red.

- The first who shoots is [A] and he/she will score 10 point for each balloon he/she blows up (maximum score: 30).

- The second who shoots is [B]; he/she will aim at the balloons left (not blown up by  [A]), scoring 5 points for each balloon he/she blows up (maximum score: 15). 

- The winner is the couple totaling the highest score summing up the scores of the three turns; the couple will be declared the winner of “Shooting to the flag”. 

- In case of parity, the winner will be the couple who has used less arrows during the competition.




- The competition is a team one and the team is made up of athletes with disabilities  [A] and an “able-bodied” athlete[B] 

- The team is made up by 4 athletes who can be both male or female.

- Each athlete shoots 3 arrows for each turn.

- Overall, there are three turn for each team. 

- Each team has a target butt placed at 8 meter distance. 

- All athletes will be on the same shooting line.

- Each target butt will have two targets:   one of 80 cm for  [A] athletes and one of  20 cm for the [B] athlete.

- For  [A] athletes,  scores made on the 80 cm target (from 1 to 10) will be calculated on the base of the athlete' skills rate according to the following multipliers:


Skills rate and corresponding multiplying coefficients
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2,5 2,2 1,8 1,5 1,2 1 0,9 0,8 0,7 0,6

For example, if an athlete with a skill rate of 2  scores 3 (external black colour on the 80 cm target), he/she will be given 6.6 scores to add in the team score

- For [B] athletes, scores actually totalled on the 20 cm target (from 1 to10) will be considered.

- The winner is the team which totals the highest score calculated by summing up the single scores of all team members.


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