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IBS 1000 YARD SHOOTER OF THE YEAR PROGRAM – 2017

   

(1) IBS registered match must have 8 or more competitors (IBS shooters).

   
(2) IBS 1000 yard Shooter of the Year (SOY) honors will be based solely on the points accumulated at the first 10 sanctioned IBS 1000 yard matches per IBS 1000 yard club per year. There is no limit as to the number of clubs a shooter may accumulate SOY points at, as long as they are the first 10 matches sanctioned by the IBS per club during the calendar year. Points accumulated by a shooter at all matches shot by the shooter, plus the National Championships, count towards SOY.

(3) It is the responsibility of the individual 1000 yard clubs to submit a schedule of points awarded to   each shooter (relay and match) per match for SOY. This should also be included on the results sent in to the IBS webmaster.  The Long Range committee which will designate one individual to be Keeper of the Points who will submit a report of results to all Clubs periodically during the year so they can be posted at the Clubs next match.

Option 1

      The total number of shooters in a class will be divided as evenly as possible into relays. If a relay has more than 12 shooters, the relay may be split as two separate relays or two combined relays. In the case of a combined relay, the two best groups and the two best scores will advance to the shoot-offs and split the points from the total number of shooters. A shooter is defined as a person who has paid the entry fee and filled out and signed the registration form, a copy of which is to be sent to the IBS after each Match. To be counted in the total shooters for relay and match points, the shooter must be sitting at the bench they were assigned when the "commence fire" command is given and be an IBS member.  

In the case where there is only one relay the winner of that relay must shoot another target that would be scored as their shoot off target.   

      It is the responsibility of the individual 1000 yard clubs to submit a schedule of points awarded to each shooter (relay and match) per match for SOY. The Long Range committee which will designate one individual to be Keeper of the Points who will submit a report of results to all Clubs periodically during the year so they can be posted at the Clubs next match.  

    
Class relay winners will receive .05 points for every IBS shooter in the relay, with .6 points being the maximum allowable points given for a relay win.  

 The SOY points awarded for Shoot off winners will be as follows:

8 to 12 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

13 to 24 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                      2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

25 and up IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                        2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

                                        3rd Place Group and Score .010 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

 

 

 

Option 2  

       The total number of shooters in a class will be divided as evenly as possible into relays. A shooter is defined as a person who has paid the entry fee and filled out and signed the registration form, a copy of which is to be sent to the IBS after each Match. To be counted in the total shooters for relay and match points, the shooter must be sitting at the bench they were assigned when the "commence fire" command is given and be a IBS member.  

       All shooters are allowed to shoot two Relays per class (Light or Heavy gun) with one target per relay. Each relay will be will be divided as evenly as possible with the number of 12 being the goal of IBS shooters per relay. Each relay winner for group or score will be awarded .025 points per IBS shooter in their relay and advance to a Shoot off for (Group or Score).

    A Shooter can only advance in either Group or Score not both. Example shooter John Doe wins group with his first target and wins in score with his 2nd target. He only advances to shoot off in group but will receive points for the score win in relay 2.

The SOY points awarded for Shoot off winners will be as follows:

8 to 12 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

13 to 24 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                      2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

25 and up IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                        2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

                                        3rd Place Group and Score .010 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

Option 3

In Non-National aggregate matches for 1K SOY points, all shooters will shoot two Relays per class (Light or Heavy gun) with one target per relay. Each relay will be will be divided as evenly as possible with number of 12 being the goal of IBS shooters per relay. Each relay winner for group or score will be awarded .025 points per IBS shooter in their relay. The shooters with the highest Score and smallest Group aggregate from their two relays/targets will be the match winner and receive as follows

The SOY points awarded to match winners will be as follows:

8 to 12 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

13 to 24 IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                      2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

25 and up IBS Shooters 1st Place Group and Score .030 pts per IBS Shooter in Class                                                                     

                                        2nd Place Group and Score .015 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

                                        3rd Place Group and Score .010 pts per IBS Shooter in Class

 

 

 

 

National Format

      IBS National Championship   Matches will run under Nationals Section of the IBS rulebook. Matches will be included in SOY points. The IBS 1st VP will determine the location of these events.

 (a)   Two gun  

1st place .03 points per IBS shooter registered  

2nd place .02 points per IBS shooter registered  

3rd – 5th place .01 point per IBS shooter registered  

(b)   Overall light and heavy gun classes  

1st place .025 points per IBS shooter registered.  

2nd place .015 points per IBS shooter registered.  

3rd – 5th place .01 point per IBS shooter registered.  

(c)    Individual classes (light/heavy score and group)  

1st place .025 points per IBS shooter registered.  

2nd place .015 points per IBS shooter registered.  

3rd – 10th place .01 point per IBS shooter registered.  

(d)  Tie breakers for score aggregates at the National Championship will be group, and not the X count.  

(e)  Relay winners will receive .05 points per IBS shooter in that relay.

 (f)   IBS records  

                  Group or score - 4 points  

                  Aggregate records – 4 points

 

Records  

(a)   Six and ten match aggregate records will be based solely on the first 10 IBS sanctioned matches of the year per club (relay targets only). The six match aggregates will be determined by the best 6 group and score targets out of the first 10 IBS sanctioned matches of the year per club (1St relay targets only). A shooter may have six and ten match aggregates at each IBS 1000 yard club. Tie breakers for Score aggregates records will be group and not the X count.  

(b) SOY points for breaking an aggregate record will only be awarded to the shooter who holds the record at the end of the shooting season. SOY points for breaking a single target record will be awarded sequentially each time the new record is set. If a single target record is broken by two or more shooters on the same date then the record would go to the smallest group and highest score shot on that date.  

(c) Shooter of the Year awards for the Top Female, Rookie and Junior will also be based on the above point system.  A Junior shooter is one that has not attained the age of 18. A Rookie shooter is considered to be any new shooter who is in their first two calendar years of Benchrest competition. New shooter means new to Benchrest.  (Any participation in registered BR matches of any type in NBRSA, Williamsport or IBS would constitute that the person had shot Benchrest.) 

 Any single target World Records may be shot during either the first or second Relay/Target or shoot off of an IBS registered and approved match.

 

 

World Records under the SOY Aggregate System:

All aggregate World Records shot under the new SOY system must come from the first Relay/Target per match. The second Relay/Target per match will not be considered for aggregate World Records.

 

 

 

 

Updated D. Grosbier 23 Jan 2017