Jan 9-10 competition information and Covid Protocols

This is a lot of information, but we respectfully ask that you thoroughly read this entire communication.

Sunday Time Line:
Time line: 01-10-2021

9am Arrival to venue Youth/Novice/Development
9:30-9:45am Novice/Junior zero
9:50-10:05am Development zero
10:15am Heat One: Novice
10:45am Heat Two Development 1 & 2
10:00am Adult Competitors Arrival to venue
11:00 11:40 pm Zero Women, MM2, MM4
11:40-12:15pm Zero Sr Men, MM1, MM3
12:30pm Heat One Start
Heat Two Start as soon as Heat one over: Sr Men, MM1, MM3


Saturday Time line:
9am Arrival to venue Youth/Novice/Development
9:30-9:45am Novice/Junior zero
9:50-10:05am Development zero
10:00am WBA Board Arrivals
10:15am Heat One: Novice and Junior
11:15am Heat Two Development

11:30am Adult Competitors Arrival to venue
12:30 12:55pm Zero Women, MM2, MM4
1:05-1:30pm Zero Sr Men, MM1, MM3
1:35pm Heat One Start
Heat Two Start as soon as Heat one over: Sr Men, MM1, MM3


Upon arrival to the school please follow the signs to the Health Check and Race Check in. No one will be able to enter the venue without checking in through the Health Check. If you are not feeling well, please let us know as soon as possible and we will refund your entry fee. Screening will include a few questions and temperature taken via a forehead scanning thermometer.

The WBA has appointed a Health Screening Supervisor, Rich Braun.

Spectators: No spectators are allowed. However, each participant under 18 years of age is allowed to have one household member or coach who can help them with warm-up clothing, equipment, food and hydration at the race. These helpers are not allowed in the start or finish pen and are expected to maintain distance from others and wear a face covering at all times.

Face masks will be required of everyone on site, except racers when they are competing. During the races competitors must wear their mask at the start line and after they cross the finish line. During the race they may remove the mask. All other times they must be masked.

The WBA cannot supply any bottled water or any other consumables.

A WBA will volunteer sanitize the mats between uses. The rifle racks and other equipment will also be sanitized prior to and during the races.

All races will be run in heats. We are restricted to ten competitors per heat. Each racer will be assigned their own lane for use in all shooting bouts.

Attached are the race course maps, please take the opportunity to save on your phone or print prior to coming to the venue. We will not be posting maps so we can avoid gathering locations.

Additional rifle racks and table will be at the range to facilitate loading and zeroing while keep social distancing.

Racers will be seeded to try and eliminate as much passing as possible. Age groups will race together as much as possible.

There will be no post-race medal ceremonies.

Race result will not be posted at the site, early results will be posted on Instagram and Facebook and as soon as practical posted on this website.

Governor Inslee has extended the travel advisory for Washington through January 11. The advisory "encourages Washingtonians to stay home or in their region" and says "persons arriving in Washington from other states or countries [after non-essential travel], including returning Washingtonians, should practice self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival."