Easton NASP Academic Archer Program Enrolls 25,266 Students

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Easton NASP Academic Archer Program Enrolls 25,266 Students In November of 2015, National NASP® leadership and a group of NASP® educators and students met to discuss ways to further enhance the then 15 year old program. One recommendation was to establish a uniform incentive and recognition format to recognize and promote academic achievement for participating […]

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NASP Scoring Protocol

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NASP Scoring Protocol The purpose of this video is to demonstrate the proper scoring protocol for National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) competitions.  It is important to teach and practice this process with your archers so they can complete it quickly and accurately, and to make sure that scoring is consistent for all competitions.

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Easton NASP Academic Archer Program – Ascent Academy

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Easton NASP Academic Archer Program – Ascent Academy Students and administration from Ascent Academy in Farmington, Utah explain the benefits of the NASP program within their academy.  Watch now to see how this school has used the NASP program to help their students learn skills that will benefit them for life.  

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Hartland, MI Educator Named 2018 NASP® Coach of the Year

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For the past three years, the National Archery in the School’s Program (NASP®) has accepted nominations for a coach/educator, that has displayed excellence and the utmost dedication to their students and NASP® team, to be named NASP® Coach of the Year. This year’s nominations resulted in Robert Jellison, from Hartland, Michigan being awarded the title! Jellison teaches Middle […]

Arrows lead to questions, which we tackle here!

Easton Arrows Q&A’s From Around the World

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by George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Archery Product Manager In the course of providing hundreds of tuning and equipment seminars to thousands of people across the globe over the past three decades worldwide, I’ve noticed that no matter where they are in the world, many archers have many of the same equipment questions.  Those questions […]

Mid-season Target Arrow Maintenance for the Competitive Shooter

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by George Tekmitchov, Easton Sr. Engineer/Target Archery Product Manager We have reached a part of the season when the target arrows we put together in the late winter or early springtime are now, for most of us, well-used.  After many thousands of shots, any flaws in the point installation process will start to become more […]

Tuning Tips for the Target Toxophilite

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by George Tekmitchov, Sr Engineer/Target Product Manager   The world’s best recurve shooters rely on the bare shaft planing method for tuning purposes for several reasons- the most important of which is, it works! However, unsurprisingly, the degree to which it works depends heavily upon shooter consistency and the consistency of the test method. Following […]

 
 
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