For All Archers
In conjunction with the Connecticut Archery Association, KFAP holds tournaments throughout the year, and will be the host club for the CAA State Outdoor Target Championships (held at Ashford Memorial Park)
For Our Students
While KFAP does not push students into competitive shooting, for those that have the interest, our experience can take young archers as far as their personal desire and talent will allow. There are many opportunities for local archers to compete right here in Connecticut, throughout New England and nation-wide.
Typically, an archer would have to have their own equipment, and be able to shoot at least 20 yards accurately, to participate in archery tournaments. However, twice a year, KFAP hosts Club Tournaments for our students, that are a class-tournament hybrid, where ANY student, regardless of how far they shoot, or weather they own equipment, can learn about, and participate in, an organized competitive tournament.
Our next club tournament will be held Sunday, December 20, 2015. See Coach Bill at class to register. (Remember, you must be a member of KFAP's youth program to participate in this event.)
KFAP Tournament Team
William Hall's students have captured dozens of State, New England and U.S. Eastern Regional Championships and four of his students have won National Junior Championship events.
As part of the KFAP Tournament Team, students receive coaching by a highly experienced and decorated tournament archer (Coach Bill) prior to, and on site at, several tournaments throughout the year. (Our main tournament season runs October through March.)
To become involved in the Tournament Team, students must be enrolled, and participating in, KFAP classes, qualified to shoot the required distance for their age, have their own equipment, and shoot in the weekly league.
If your child is interested in giving competitive archery a try, as part of the KFAP Tournament Team, speak to Coach Bill.
KFAP students (and others) competing in the 2016 CAA Outdoor Championships.
2015 US Regional/National Championship in Massachusettes.