Archery is a recognised recreational and competitive sport throughout the Oceania Region.
World Archery Oceania will provide the leadership and assistance to facilitate the development of archery in all WAO Member Associations.
World Archery Oceania
World Archery Oceania (WAO) is recognised by the International Federation, World Archery, as the body representing the sport in the Oceania region. The World Archery Oceania comprises of all Oceania members in good standing with World Archery plus other organisation who are regional terrorities of other World Archery members.
The role of the World Archery Oceania is to ensure development of the sport in the Oceania region and to provide the infrastructure advice and know-how for member nations to develop the sport.
The members of World Archery Oceania elect the committee every four years.
World Archery Oceania conducts a Congress of members every two years.
The roles of WAO is to –
Arrange development opportunities for each of its member nations
Represent the region with World Archery
Conduct Continental Championships
Organise Olympic Qualifier events
Provide development opportunities for continental judges and coaches
Ensure each member runs a National Championships annually
World Archery Oceania is managed by a Committee comprising of -
Susanne Womersley- Email
Catherine Gougeon - Email
Patsy Vercoe - Email
World Archery Oceania Constitution