Archery at the 1980 Summer Paralympics

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Archery
at the VI Paralympic Games
Archery pictogram (Paralympics).svg
Paralympic Archery
1976
1984

Archery at the 1980 Summer Paralympics consisted of fifteen events, ten for men and five for women.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Advanced metric round paraplegic
details
Yoon Bae Kim
 South Korea
M. Petschnig
 Austria
Felix Lettner
 Austria
Double FITA round amputee
details
Finn Larsen
 Denmark
Manfred Brenne
 West Germany
Masao Sato
 Japan
Double FITA round novice paraplegic
details
Alfredo Chavez
 Mexico
Jappie Walstra
 Netherlands
H. van der Liefvoort
 Netherlands
Double FITA round novice tetraplegic
details
K. Karkainen
 Finland
Tadashi Kishino
 Japan
Kent Andersson-Tannerstad
 Sweden
Double FITA round paraplegic
details
H. Geiss
 West Germany
Guy Grun
 Belgium
John Buchanan
 Great Britain[1]
Double FITA round team amputee
details
 West Germany (FRG)
Manfred Brenne
Hilmar Butenhoff
K. Pohl
 Sweden (SWE)
Sune Appelkvist
Nicolai Babkin
Jan O. Carsson
Double FITA round team paraplegic
details
 Belgium (BEL)
Filip Bardoel
Guy Grun
Jozef Meysen
 Great Britain (GBR)
John Buchanan
Alan Corrie
Ian Smith[1]
 West Germany (FRG)
H. Geiss
U. Pfeffer
R. Schmidberger
Double FITA round tetraplegic
details
T. Parker
 Canada
Oddbjorn Stebekk
 Norway
G. Lafont
 France
Short metric round paraplegic
details
J. M. Chapuis
 France
L. Zeise
 United States
J. Thion
 France
Short metric round tetraplegic
details
Siegmar Henker
 West Germany
Ian Trewhella
 Australia
Svein Kristiansen
 Norway

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Advanced metric round paraplegic
details
K. Unsicker
 United States
Eve M. Rimmer
 New Zealand
G. Matthews
 Great Britain
Double FITA round amputee
details
Marie Rosvik
 Norway
Ewa Kwiecinska
 Poland
Marie-Francoise Hybois
 France
Double FITA round novice paraplegic
details
Chiyoko Ohmae
 Japan
Double FITA round paraplegic
details
Neroli Fairhall
 New Zealand
Elli Korva
 Finland
Anneliese Dersen
 West Germany
Short metric round paraplegic
details
Rosa Schweizer
 Austria
Valerie Williamson
 Great Britain

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2012 Paralympic Media Pack" (pdf). archerygb.org. p. 7. Retrieved 22 March 2014.