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2020 Tournament Update!

The NFAA thanks all of you that have taken the time to provide feedback to enable us to make an informed decision in regards to our upcoming tournaments. It saddens us to inform you that the 2020 Indoor National Championship in Louisville has been cancelled. The surveys were crucial in determining this decision. The feedback also provided information to proceed in investigating all possibilities of a virtual/regional tournament with an in-person final this summer or fall. We will keep you updated on this in the near future.

All registered archers for the NFAA Indoor National will receive an email with refund information on March 24, 2020.

The Marked 3D National Tournament in conjunction with the Straight Arrow Bowhunters - Western Trail Classic, May 1-3, has been cancelled. All refunds will be handled by the Straight Arrow Bowhunters. We are working on a new location for the Marked 3D Nationals for 2020! Again, we will keep you updated.

The First Dakota Classis has been postponed until further notice. All registered archers will receive an email with refund information on March 24, 2020.

This has been a difficult year for everyone and we appreciate your continued patience. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will begin to make alternative plans when it is safe to do so.

Schedule Recap:

? NFAA Indoor National Championship - Louisville, KY** (March 20-22) Physical tournament canceled, pending alternative format.

? First Dakota Classic - Yankton, SD** (April 17-19) Postponed until further notice.

? NFAA Marked 3D National Championship - Postponed until further notice. Looking at relocation options.

? Break the Barriers/NFAA 3D Open - Fresno, CA (April 3-5) Rescheduled for May 16-17. Register here.

? NFAA Outdoor National Field Championships - Darrington, WA (July 24-26) Register here.

? NFAA Outdoor National Target Championships - Yankton, SD (September 26-27) - Register here.

**Please click here to view the refund request email, sent to all participants on March 24, 2020.

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