2016 3Di Schools League

The 3Di Schools league is open to all Schools and will form an intricate part of the development continuum, mass participation / focused development and later high performance, 1. Schools league will be defined as both Junior and Senior learners from the same school. Junior defined as Grades 4 – 7 / Senior defined as Grades 8 – 12.

2015 Shooter Profiles

Since 2005 our Data management was handled by ABO's Core Management System. It updated your Weighted Averages / Managed the scores / Top 10 standing / Recognition and Awards for all ABO / 3Di sanctioned events throughout the country. Merging the old and new systems however was more difficult than we anticipated and with the vast number of duplication's, mostly due to name variations, we had to delete the old Database and replace it with a new updated one,

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

I’ve been shooting 3D competitively for some 17 years now. For the sake of this article, let’s imagine I know all the tricks in the 3D handbook …… to be really honest, I think I might have invented 1 or 2 .... Although each of the archery formats are extremely specialized, I have always believed that 3D is one of the most difficult codes out there.

Changes to 2015 / 2016 National triple Crown

Structural changes to align SA's National Triple Crown to that of the USA have been on the cards for some time now. As some of the changes were challenging we thought it best to implement them gradually over the next 12 months, These structural changes will include, but not be limited to :"The amount of days and targets shot / how the winner of the National Triple Crown is determined and ultimately the Best of the Best Shoot-Out at Nationals event.

Updated 3Di Rules - 2014

The 3Di Website has been updated with the relevant 2014 IBO Rule Changes. Other than a small definition change in the TRD and the AHC, so significant changes were made. On the local front, specifically with our Development and Aided classes, we have introduced some Junior Aided Classes for both Male and Female, as well as redefining the NASP Classes.