More than 3000 shooters registered to compete at this year’s Vegas Shoot on February 4-6, 2022 in the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa in Sin City.
Archers have come from across the 50 states of the US and 43 foreign countries.
The overall total is down from the registration record of 3816 in 2020 – but considering the still-challenging restrictions on travel and disruption from the pandemic, it’s impressive.
“For many years the news was that we had broken the record number of registrations but, this year, considering the situation, we’re just so proud that we’ve broken the 3000 barrier once again,” said Vegas Shoot President Bruce Cull.
“To have shooters from all around the world gather here once again is just so encouraging. In 2022, it’s a great return to normality and we are back to Vegas.”
Boasting more than 980 shooters, the compound flights are once against the biggest division at The Vegas Shoot. The bowhunter flights and recurve flights follow with 261 and 246 entrants, respectively.
A total of 214 men will compete for the grand prize of $50,000 in the compound open championships. No women have registered this year.
The prize fund for The Vegas Shoot 2022 totals over $400,000.
You can follow The Vegas Shoot results live on February 4-6 via The Vegas Shoot app and on info.ianseo.net.