On target: Canadian archery championships underway at West Shore

Tournament kicks off in Cowichan on Wendesday, with archers competing in a forest setting for the field events.

President Al Wills of Archery Canada scores a recently played match at the Victoria Bowmen Club in View Royal. Wills is heading the Canadian Archery Championships at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre this week

President Al Wills of Archery Canada scores a recently played match at the Victoria Bowmen Club in View Royal. Wills is heading the Canadian Archery Championships at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre this week, Aug. 8 to 12.

The tournament kicked off in Cowichan on Wendesday, with archers competing in a forest setting for the field events.

Target events start at 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday (Aug. 10 and 11) at Juan de Fuca, culminating with a single-elimination Canadian Open event starting 9 a.m. on Sunday.

 

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