The WA900 archery round is a round shot at metre distances. You need to shoot 3 different distances in the WA900 round and you only usually get a set time for practice arrows or around 2 or 3 ends at the longest distance.
The WA900 archery round is shot on a standard 122cm target face and you score the rounds using standard 10 zone scoring.
The total arrow count on the WA900 archery round is 90 arrows and the maximum score you can get is 900 – hence the name!
Your arrow count is divided equally among the three distances so you shoot 30 arrows at the first longest distance, then 30 arrows at the second distance and 30 at the last distance.
The 3 distances for the WA900 round are 60m, 50m then 40m.
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