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NASP Tournament Information - National and State


  • 2015-16 District Tournament (Qualifier for 2016 NASP-GA Regional Tournament). District Rules Information.  Registration sign-up found here.
  • 2016 Regional Tournament Information (Regionals are a qualification requirement to attend the State Tournament) - Click here for rules and dates.  Photo Release Form (English Form; Spanish Form) - Forms may be turned in at registration the day of tournament.




  • October 2012: Georgia schools and students place at 2012 World Championship event. Click here to read more.
  • October 2011: Woodlawn Elementary's Shelby Goodrich took 1st place out of all female 4th graders at the recent 2011 World Championship Event. Read about it here and here!
  • September 2011: The Sportsman's Channel will air an episode of "Strickland's Archery Adventures" featuring the "Strickland's Youth Archery Challenge."  This challenge included the top four NASP high school girls and boys.  Check out this fun promo video
  • May 2011: Parker Kimery of Sharon Elementary School took 3rd place for Individual in the Elementary School Division.
  • May 2011: Georgia's Woodlawn Elementary Takes 1st Place at 2011 National Championship Archery Competition!  Woodlawn won the NASP World Championship in November 2010 (see above), and have won two consecutive state championships. 
  • Nov. 2010: Georgia's Woodlawn Elementary Takes 1st Place at 2010 World Championship Archery Competition! Click here for more information. 

NASP Official Rules and Regulations "String Nock" - Click here for information on the proper installation of a 'tied on string nock.'


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