An archery round is a set number of arrows, that are shot at a certain size target face at a set distance/s using a set scoring system.
Traditional English Outdoor, refered to as GNAS Imperial rounds are measured in yards and use a 5 zone scoring method. The International Outdoor, refered to as FITA Metric rounds are measured in metres and use a 10 zone scoring method. In all outdoor rounds you shoot 6 arrow ends before collecting them.
Below you will find information on scoring and the indoor and outdoor rounds generally recognised for classification and handicaps.