NFAA, MET and MAA Divisions
|Youth||12 to 14|
|Young Adult||15 to 17|
|Adult||18 and older|
|Senior||50 and older|
|Silver Senior||60 and older|
|Master Senior||70 and older|
|Compete nationally or on the state level for money under rules set by NFAA Pro Division|
Note: For each NFAA division, age indicates the age of the archer at the start of the event.
|Bowman||Through age 12|
|Cub||Through age 14|
|Cadet||Through age 17|
|Junior||Through age 20||Equivalent to FITA Junior division|
|Senior||Any Archer, equivalent to FITA senior division|
|Master||50 and older||Equivalent to FITA Master division|
|Master 60+||60 and older|
|Master 70+||70 and older|
Note: for each USAA division, age indicates the archers age on 12/31 the year of the event.
Archers who qualify for a particular division are automatically eligible for more competitive divisions if they choose to use them. For example, Cadets are eligible to compete as Junior or Senior, Master 70+ are eligible to compete as Master or Senior.
Note: each tournament is different. The divisions listed above are general guidelines for the organizations listed. Archers should verify division and styles for each tournament, before registering.
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