Entry

How to enter WFTC 2019



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When does registration open?

This an outline of what happens and when in the registration process for WFTC 2019.

September 1st
Registration for RGB’s (Countries) to register their interest in attending.

September 21st
Registration for RGB’s (Countries) closes.

September 22nd
Each of the registered RGB’s (Countries) will be offered an equal share of the available places (450). England gets an additional share as agreed with the WFTF. EFTA will announce which English shooters have gained a place in this round using the EFTA rankings.

October 31st
Payment for the requested places must be made to the EFTA by this closing date. Failure to pay will preclude the RGB (Country) from round 2 allocation.

1st November
RGB’s (Countries) who have paid for their allocated places will be offered an equal share of any of the remaining places. England gets an additional share as agreed with the WFTF.
EFTA will announce which English shooters have gained a place in this round using the EFTA rankings.

30th November
Payment for the requested places must be made to the EFTA by this closing date. Failure to pay will preclude the RGB (Country) from round 3 allocation.

1st December
RGB’s (Countries) who have paid for their allocated places will be offered an equal share of any of the remaining places. England gets an additional share as agreed with the WFTF.
EFTA will announce which English shooters have gained a place in this round using the EFTA rankings.

18th January
Payment for the requested places must be made to the EFTA by this closing date. Failure to pay will preclude the RGB (Country) from future rounds.

19th January
RGB’s (Countries) who have paid for their allocated places will be offered an equal share of any of the remaining places. England gets an additional share as agreed with the WFTF.
EFTA will announce which English shooters have gained a place in this round using the EFTA rankings.

28th February
Payment for the requested places must be made to the EFTA by this closing date.



How do I register?

First of all you need to check you are elligible under the WFTF Rules outlined in 4.6 here:
http://world-field-target-federation.com/Rules#COMPETITION

The next step will depend on if you are an English competitor or a competitor from/representing any other country, including Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.



For International shooters

These are shooters not from England.

International shooters will need to contact their Representative Governing Body (RGB) so they can process your registration and payment for you.

We will not be accepting direct registration from individual international competitors.

For English shooters

Places beyond the team will be allocated to English competitors on a ranking basis from the 3 best combined percentages from the BFTA Grand Prix Season 2018. This ranking is visible on the link below.

English competitors will need to contact the Secretary of their region (Csfta, Ffta, Nefta, Mfta, Nwfta, Sefta, Swefta) so they can process your registration and payment for you.

A requirement will be that you hold a BFTA card for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020. This will be checked at the event before you are allowed to compete.

We will not be accepting direct registration from individual English shooters.





When do I have to pay for my registration?

WFTC 2019 will require payment to reserve a registration so you should expect to make payment at the same time as you make your registration.

What happens if I cancel my registration?

We will not be issuing refunds. The organisation who made your reservation may be able to organise another competitor to take your place or they maybe able to pay for sundry items with your credit, but that is up to them.

We will not issue refunds for non-attendance or cancallation for any reason. This policy is in keeping with UK law covering consumer rights and distance selling regulations.