The date for the Berlin Open 2022 is set! Subject to the official measures to ward off the COVID-19 pandemic, we are looking forward to welcoming you this year from December 16th to 18th in Berlin in the sports hall of the Horst-Korber Sportzentrum!
With the objective of permanently placing the Berlin Open as a major event in the international archery calendar, since 2018 representatives from Berlin and Brandenburg clubs have been organizing and are organizing the tournament. The organization team receives valuable support from the City of Berlin, the Landessportbund Berlin and Aktion Mensch. The performance of this unique archery experience in the pre-Christmas period in one of the world's metropolises is therefore on a broad and healthy basis. We look forward to your visit from 16th to 18th of December in Berlin.
We look forward to YOUR visit from December 16th to 18th in Berlin.
The Berlin Open moves back to the urban area of Berlin with its 2019 issue. At a historic site next to the Olympic Stadium, the international archery elite will make a second appearance in the German capital for the second time after their appearance at the World Cup in early July, mid-December. Was the national archery family at the World Cup in the summer still visitor and suppporter, it will here according to the motto "popular sports meets elite" with the aces in a direct comparison. The new location is the large sports hall in the Horst-Korber sports center. On just under 4,500 square meters, exciting and atmospheric competitions will be on show here on the qualifying field with 50 targets and the impressive final arena again. Due to the possibilities of a larger location, in addition to the competition classes for the Paras and the adults, this year we will also offer classses for cadets and juniors. All in all, we have increased the number of starting slots up to 800 - so more space for even more participants and even more competition!
he usual format will not change. On Friday and on Saturday, up to 800 participants will shoot their qualifying rounds on 50 targets in various rounds. On Sunday morning, the "Second Chance" is on the program,in which all athletes who have not qualified for the finals have the opportunity to win material prices.
The Berlin Open ends on Sunday afternoon with the finals, in which the best marksmen of the qualifying round fight for the price money totaling € 15,000.