FITA Tournament

The MSAA FITA Tournament is no longer held. View the event calendar for the current year's event details.

FITA is the archery round that is shot at the Olympic games and goes the deepest with its historical roots. The MSAA State FITA Tournament features the longest shooting of any MSAA Tournament. The longest shot is 90 meters (98.5 yards).

Shooting Distances:

  • Adult men shoot from 90, 70, 50, and 30 meters.

  • Adult women shoot from 70, 60, 50, and 30 meters.

  • Seniors shoot from 60, 50, 40, and 30 meters.

  • Young Adults (15-17) shoot Adult distances.

  • Youth (12-14) shoot from 60, 50, 40, and 30 meters.

  • Cubs (8-11) shoot from 30, 25, 25, and 20 meters.

  • Junior Cub (7 and under) shoot all their arrows from 15 meters.

The MSAA holds a single day FITA (1/2 FITA) with an optional Olympic Round. The target is the 122cm face for longer distances and the 80cm for those nearer.

MSAA FITA distances are different from standard FITA distances at the Senior, Youth, Cub, and Junior Cub division levels. The MSAA FITA is not a FITA sanctioned event.

For some advice on preparing, read this article on Shooting in Outdoor Target Tournaments.

MSAA Divisions and Equipment Rules

Check out where you fit in with regard to division, class, and equipment.

Get the FITA Tournament rules here, or contact the Tournament Director