The Olympic Arrow - Archery Club, Knoxville TN
Club Archery Competitions
USA JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) Nationals, USA Nationals
Any recreational or competitive archer who is a member of The Olympic Arrow, USA Archery and a Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) or Adult Archery Program can participate in Club Championships, and USA Archery Virtual Tournaments.
Elzbieta Tworek runs summer camps that are design for Junior novice or archers with some experience. Participants will learn the safety rules, basics of archery art, and will play lots of archery games. The kids are having an archery tournament during last day of each camp; best campers are awarded with medals.. LEARN MORE
Certification Courses for Archery Instructors
All archers need to register for the classes during registration period prior each semester
Winter Semester: January -March, Spring Semester: April -June,
Summer Semester: July- September, Fall Semester: October -December
Students should register for all lessons they will attend in a given Semester, and the lessons should be prepaid. The fee depends on the number of classes archers are registered for.
Payments are made to Coach Tworek by PayPal (with additional Service Fee) or check.
Archers that never participated in lessons, or have not seeing Coach Elzbieta Tworek for longer than 6 weeks need to schedule a private meeting prior to register for a group lesson. All students should join The Olympic Arrow Archery Club as well as USA Archery -(Recreational)
In order to register contact Coach Elzbieta Tworek 865-719-7543 or email.
Outdoor Nationals are actually three events, held at the same time and in the same location. The U.S. National Target Championships and U.S. Open are held for adult (senior and masters) archers, while youth archers compete in the Easton Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Nationals.
Whether you're a newer archer or a more experienced one, you can join the fun of Outdoor Nationals!
A Level 2 Instructor works with a more established archery program such as Junior Olympic Archery Development, After School Archery Program, College clubs and local clubs with a strong beginner component; works as a leader of camps, schools, recreation and youth agencies.
The 10-14 hours course is designed for Level 1 Instructors in age over 18, with active USA Archery membership. Course covers: basic shooting steps, introduce intermediate shooting steps, safety, range set-up; equipment setup and repair, fitting equipment to an archer, how to teach archery and how to teach a Level 1 Instructor Course.
Level 1 Instructor course A Level 1 Instructor is most closely associated with a "grassroots" program that is short-term in scope and focused on introducing basic archery skills to beginners.
The 6-9 hrs course is designed for anybody over age 15, who wants to teach basics archery classes, lead archery summer camps, after school programs, lead boy scouts and girl scout’s activities, or organize events with Parks and Recreations. Upon completing the course the instructors will be able to employ safety rules to arrange and operate an archery range, teach the basic steps of shooting, be familiar with the equipment nomenclature, inspection, operation, maintenance and repair.