World Indoor Archery Mail-Match
January 2015 – March 2015What is it?
The WIAMM is a tournament hosted by the International Field Archers Association (IFAA) and is classified as a world event to promote archery for all.
Who can participate?
Any non-professional archer may enter the event.
What is the duration?
The WIAMM will be a worldwide postal match during the months of January, February and March each year.
What is the format?
The WIAMM shall consist of three Indoor Rounds of 12 ends of 5 arrows at 20* yards using either the IFAA blue and white 5-spot or the blue and white single-spot target. One Round will be shot each month at Predator's Archery between January and March with scores submitted to the shop by the deadlines indicated.
*Cubs will shoot at 10 yards
What is the scoring?
Single spot scoring is 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 from the spot out; 5-spot target scoring will be: White scoring area: 5 points and blue scoring area: 4 points.
Are there any rule differences?
The principal rule difference to remember is the arrow shaft must CUT through the line to score the higher value.
- Veteran (age 55 and older)
- Junior (age 13-16)
- Adult (age 17 and older)
- Cub (under age 13)
Equipment and Styles:
All IFAA Styles are recognized. Please note there are some differences in equipment for some styles (ie. Bowhunter Freestyle does not allow the level and must have 4+ pins). Go to the "Bow Styles in IFAA" page at the IFAA web site www.ifaa-archery.org to review what equipment is legal for your particular style.
How do I register?
Online registration is below or you can register in the shop. Registration fees are $16 to participate in the tournament. The first score AND registration is due no later than January 31st.
Visit the IFAA WIAMM page to see last year's results and additional information about the tournament.