Archery at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's team

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Women's team archery
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
KOCIS Korea London Olympic Archery Womenteam 03 (7682353168).jpg
Venue Lord's Cricket Ground
Date 27–29 July
Medalists
Gold medal    South Korea
Silver medal    China
Bronze medal    Japan
«2008 2016»
Archery at the
2012 Summer Olympics

Archery pictogram.svg
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The women's team archery competition at the 2012 Olympic Games in London was held from 27 to 29 July at Lord's Cricket Ground.[1]

The gold medal was won by South Korea. This was the third consecutive Olympics that China lost to South Korea in the final. Japan won the bronze medal over Russia.

Competition format[edit]

The teams were ranked 1st to 12th based on the three team members' ranking round results and this was used to seed the teams into a head-to-head knockout bracket.[2] Each member of the team shot eight arrows in a match (for a total of 24 arrows per team) and the team with the highest total won the match. The winner advanced to the next round while the loser was eliminated from the competition.

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+1).

Date Time Round
Friday, 27 July 2012 13:00–15:00 Ranking round
Sunday, 29 July 2012 09:00–10:40 Round of 16
Sunday, 29 July 2012 15:00–16:40 Quarter-finals
Sunday, 29 July 2012 16:40–17:30 Semi-finals
Sunday, 29 July 2012 17:31–18:26 Final

Records[edit]

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

  • 216 arrow ranking round
World record  South Korea
Park Sung-Hyun, Lee Sung-Jin, Yun Mi-Jin
2030[3] Athens, Greece 12 August 2004
Olympic record South Korea
Park Sung-Hyun, Yun Ok-Hee, Joo Hyun-Jung
2004 Beijing, China 9 August 2008
  • 24 arrow match
World record  South Korea
Park Sung-Hyun, Yun Ok-Hee, Joo Hyun-Jung
231 Beijing, China 10 August 2008
Olympic record South Korea
Park Sung-Hyun, Yun Ok-Hee, Joo Hyun-Jung
231 Beijing, China 10 August 2008

Results[edit]

Ranking round[edit]

Rank[4] Nation Archer Score 10s Xs
1 South Korea Lee Sung-Jin
Ki Bo-Bae
Choi Hyeonju
1993 84 26
2 United States Miranda Leek
Khatuna Lorig
Jennifer Nichols
1979 83 19
3 Chinese Taipei Le Chien-Ying
Lin Chia-En
Tan Ya-Ting
1976 76 20
4 Mexico Mariana Avitia
Aída Román
Alejandra Valencia
1974 72 21
5 Japan Kaori Kawanaka
Ren Hayakawa
Miki Kanie
1965 79 23
6 Russia Ksenia Perova
Kristina Timofeeva
Inna Stepanova
1962 82 22
7 China Fang Yuting
Cheng Ming
Xu Jing
1946 70 19
8 Denmark Louise Laursen
Maja Jager
Carina Christiansen
1946 65 16
9 India Bombayala Devi
Deepika Kumari
Chekrovolu Swuro
1938 64 21
10 Italy Pia Carmen Lionetti
Natalia Valeeva
Jessica Tomasi
1937 68 20
11 Great Britain Naomi Folkard
Amy Oliver
Alison Williamson
1874 50 15
12 Ukraine Tetyana Dorokhova
Kateryna Palekha
Lidiia Sichenikova
1868 44 15

Competition bracket[edit]

The first round of 16 in the Women's team archery competition at Lord's Cricket Ground.
  First round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
        
  1   South Korea (KOR) 206  
    8   Denmark (DEN) 195  
8   Denmark (DEN) 211
9   India (IND) 210  
  1   South Korea (KOR) 221  
  5   Japan (JPN) 206  
5   Japan (JPN) 207  
12   Ukraine (UKR) 192  
  5   Japan (JPN) 219
    4   Mexico (MEX) 209  
      
        
  1   South Korea (KOR) 210
  7   China (CHN) 209
        
        
  3   Chinese Taipei (TPE) 216(26) Third place
    6   Russia (RUS) 216(28)  
11   Great Britain (GBR) 208 5   Japan (JPN) 209
6   Russia (RUS) 215   6   Russia (RUS) 207
  6   Russia (RUS) 207
  7   China (CHN) 208  
7   China (CHN) 200  
10   Italy (ITA) 199  
  7   China (CHN) 218
    2   United States (USA) 213  
      

References[edit]

  1. ^ Archery at the 2012 Summer Olympics
  2. ^ "Team competition format". London 2012 Organising Committee. Retrieved 13 June 2012. 
  3. ^ This result is not recognized by the International Olympic Committee as an Olympic record, as the ranking round took place on 12 August, before the 2004 opening ceremony.
  4. ^ "Archery: Results & Schedules".