Administrator JOAD 2441
 

Jozef Ziegler

Compound:
Gold Olympian 9/25/10
Silver Olympian 9/04/10
Bronze Olympian 7/23/10

 

 

Recurve:
Bronze Olympian 9/23/10

 

Jeremy Pittman

Bronze Olympian 2/24/11

 

Garret Guilloz

Silver Olympian 2/19/11

Bronze Olympian 1/15/11

 

Torrey Bonham

Silver Olympian 2/11/11

Bronze Olympian 9/12/10

 

Blake Ballou

 

Silver Olympian 1/02/11

Bronze Olympian 12/19/10

 

Tyler Bauer

 

Bronze Olympian 05/08/10

 

Cordel Berger

 

Silver Olympian 05/22/10

Bronze Olympian 04/05/08

 

Logan Ballou

 

Bronze Olympian 01/17/10

 

Mitchell Lombardi

 

Silver Olympian 03/06/10

Bronze Olympian 01/10/09

 

Sarahanne Wanty

 

Bronze Olympian 01/10/09

   

Corey Genereaux

 

Bronze Olympian 02/24/08

Silver Olympian 04/05/08 

 

Administrator JOAD 2498

JOAD Stars Pins

JOAD Stars pins are awarded for scoring achievements. JOAD archers can earn Stars Pins for shooting indoors and/or outdoors with recurve and/or compound bows.

Each Stars Pin is a different color, and each has a successive number of stars on it to represent the increasing challenge in earning that particular award pin.

In order to allow for the greatest flexibility in terms of indoors/outdoors, recurve or compound, each pin can be earned in a variety of ways.

Following the Stars Pins, JOAD archers can achieve even higher "Olympian" awards.

 

 

6-Star Gold Pin

 

Your JOAD archers can earn the official “6-Gold” pin when they shoot six 10’s in a row—either in a single 6-arrow end, or in two consecutive 3-arrow ends.

 

 

Olympian Awards

 

Youth archers can earn advanced levels of recognition with the Olympian Award levels—Bronze, Silver and Gold.

An archer reaching these levels is honored with special recognition from the USA Archery office.