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Andrew  Alberts, Gent, Recurve Archer

Date Round     Score Hits Golds Xs HCap Class Status
26 Mar 17 Western
470
92
12
0
57
3rd 
Club Competition 
07 Jan 17 FITA 30m
267
36
3
0
50
 
Frostbite 
29 Dec 16 National
409
69
14
0
53
3rd 
Club Round 
26 Nov 16 FITA 30m
239
36
3
0
56
 
Club Round 
06 Nov 16 Portsmouth
482
60
7
0
51
 
UK Record Status Tournament 
05 Nov 16 FITA 30m
261
35
5
0
51
 
Frostbite 
03 Jul 16 National
307
65
9
0
59
 
Club Round 
05 Jun 16 National
352
68
6
0
56
3rd 
Club Round 
28 May 16 National
345
67
9
0
57
3rd 
Club Round 
08 May 16 American
443
79
11
0
60
 
Open Tournament 
24 Apr 16 American
563
89
22
0
53
3rd 
Club Round 
17 Apr 16 American
517
89
19
0
56
3rd 
Club Round 
10 Apr 16 National
322
67
7
0
58
3rd 
Club Round 
25 Mar 16 National
339
67
6
0
57
3rd 
Club Round 
12 Mar 16 National
369
69
11
0
55
3rd 
Club Round 
25 Oct 15 National
344
62
9
0
57
3rd 
Club Round 
17 Oct 15 National
299
65
4
0
60
 
Club Round 
15 Aug 15 Short Western
576
92
23
0
57
3rd 
Club Competition 
18 Jul 15 Short National
422
68
15
0
57
3rd 
Club Round 
04 Jul 15 Short National
432
70
18
0
56
3rd 
Club Round 
28 Jun 15 Short National
403
69
10
0
58
3rd 
Club Round 
11 Apr 15 Short National
276
56
0
0
67
 
Club Competition 
07 Mar 15 FITA 30m
167
29
1
0
66
 
Frostbite 

Classifications & Handicaps in Archery

As archers improve they can measure their progress by looking at their handicap and by gaining GNAS classifications.

In the 1980s David Lane developed a set of handicap tables that ranged ability from beginning juniors to international compound archers. Any score shot on any outdoor round has a corresponding handicap, ranging from 100 to 0.

The main use of handicaps is that they enable different rounds to be compared. If an archer scores 700 on a Albion they should expect to score about 437 on a FITA 70M round, for example. An archer's current handicap is the rolling average of their three best scores in any given year.

Ranging from 3rd Class to Grand Master Bowman (GMB), GNAS classifications are set at various handicap levels, with minimum distance requirements. For example, a Lady Recurve archer will achieve her second class when she shoots three scores of handicap 57 or better at distances of at least 50 yards.

GNAS classifications and requirements do change, but the handicap tables remain constant.

We use a reverse engineered version of the D.Lane tables and there are some very minor variations. GNAS numbers are used for classification calculations.

 
Ladies
  Recurve  
Ladies
  Compound  
Ladies
  Longbow  
Gents
  Recurve  
Gents
  Compound  
Gents
  Longbow  
 
   
3rd Class HCap
65
56 82
58
48
74
Dist. Including:
40 yards
50 yards
 
   
2nd Class HCap
57
49 73
50
38
69
Dist. Including: 
50 yards
60 yards
 
 
1st Class HCap
50
8 70
44
32
65
Dist. Including:
60 yards
80y/70m
 
   
Bowman HCap
41
29 65
36
23
60
Dist. Including:
80 yards / 70 metres
100 yards / 90 metres
 
   
Master Bowman
33
21 62
28
16
55
UK Record Status:
Hereford / Ladies FITA
York / Gents FITA
 
   
Grand Master Bowman
27
15 59
22
10
52
UK Record Status:
Hereford / Ladies FITA
York / Gents FITA