The Frostbite round is a classic winter round which is supposed to be shot in the cold, but sometimes the UK winters can be very mild. The Frostbite round is a 30m archery round, in which you shoot 36 arrows with one end of practice at the beginning – so really you shoot 42 arrows.
You can shoot the Frostibte either in ends of 3 or 6 arrows, although the round will be over very quickly if shot in ends of 6. That may be a good thing if it’s really cold!
You score with 10 zone scoring, so the maximum score is 360 and you shoot the round on an 80cm target face – so it’s a bit like the last distance on a WA1440 round.
In the UK we also have Frostbite badges that you can get for scoring at least 200 all the way up to 355.