Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD)
JOAD is a program of USA Archery designed to teach archery to young people over a series of classes taught by a certified archery instructor or coach. JOAD offers recurve and compound archers the opportunity to learn range safety and proper shooting technique in an environment that also fosters focus, self-confidence, and team-building skills. JOAD is open to any young archer aged 8 to 20 and is designed to grow with the youth archer. Introductory JOAD classes teach the fundamentals of proper shooting form; as archers develop, their will learn more advanced techniques.
Both recurve and compound bows are used in club activities and in tournaments. Compound archers can train to compete in local and regional tournaments, and can earn a seat on a youth would team to compete in other countries, representing the United States on behalf of USA Archery. Recurve archers can compete likewise, with the added benefit of being able to try out for a spot on the US Olympic Archery team, which is selected and managed by USA Archery.
Whether your child’s interest is purely recreational or an Olympic, Paralympic, or World Championship dream, USA Archery’s JOAD program will help young archers achieve their goals.
$35 Annual Youth Membership (under 18) in USA Archery – Register online at http://usaarchery.org/membership
$75 Annual Archery Shoppe Fee (payable to the Archery Shoppe)
$5 Nightly Range Fee
$25 Club T-Shirt
You must have your own equipment
Openings based on space availability
For more information contact Gina Chavez (coordinator)
505-878-9768 or email@example.com
Level 3 Coaches
- Annette Gonzales
- Gina Chavez
- Karen Baca-Moya
- Rick Moya
- Junior: through calendar year of 20th birthday
- Cadet: through calendar year of 17th birthday
- Cub: through calendar year of 14th birthday
- Bowmen: through calendar year of 12th birthday