There are many different rounds each with its own name and consisting of a set number of arrows at one or more distances and target sizes. There are two basic types of rounds imperial and metric. Imperial rounds are also known as GNAS or English rounds, whilst metric rounds are also known as FITA rounds
Below is a list of typical round and their distances shot.
|FITA Outdoor Rounds
Double FITA means two identical FITA rounds shot sequentially.
Half FITA means a FITA shot with half the indicated number of arrows at each distance. Dozens at each distance:
|Metres||122cm faces||80cm faces|
|FITA Cadet Ladies||3||3||3||3|
|FITA Standard Round||3||3|
|FITA Indoor Rounds
For indoor FITA rounds (only), compound archers must score with inner-10 ring only.
|FITA 18m||5 dozen at 18m||40cm face|
|FITA 25m||5 dozen at 25m||60cm face|
|Indoor match round||1 dozen at 18m||40cm triple face|
|Combined FITA||A FITA 18m, and a FITA 25m, shot in any order|