So I call this The Gauntlet. It's done at 13 meters for people like me who can only hit targets at kids distances.

Pretty simple Joe. Imagine a clock face. You have 1 diana in the center. #1 is at 7, #2 at 10, #3 at 2 #4 at 5 and #5 at 12.

Basically the idea is you get 30 total shots to try and "run the gauntlet". You hit center which is called home base. Then you hit #1, then you hit home base again then #2 and back to home base then #3 and so on. Alternating home base between each shot all the way to #5.

The dianas must be at least 4 feet away from each other and ideally 6-8 feet but it can be set up in a more of a square or rectangle if that makes it easier and the 12 o clock one can be a little lower if thats easier.

So the purpose of this is to train 3 different things at once. 1- Static accuracy. Which is why you must always hit the home base in between each shot. Home base is set at normal diana level to train for the balearic competition. 2- Changing angles, the changing of angles from one shot to the next adds a different level of difficultly. 3- Mental focus- 10 shots in a row on not only a diana but different dianas at different angles is quite difficult.

Scores are based on first how far you make it without missing.

If you make it all the way next its how many shots it took you.

If you made it all the way in a perfect 10 shots its time based. You get a maximum of 2 minutes total to do the challenge. Lowest time wins.

And thats pretty much it. For the diana it could be simple. Carpet or cardboard cutouts. Hang them on a chain link fence or netting. Shouldnt be crazy hard to set up. So...yup! That would be it.