Archery at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's team

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Men's team archery
at the Games of the XXV Olympiad
Venue Camp Olímpic de Tir amb Arc
Dates July 31 — August 4
Competitors 60 from 20 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Juan Holgado
Alfonso Menéndez
Antonio Vázquez
 Spain
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ismo Falck
Jari Lipponen
Tomi Poikolainen
 Finland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Steven Hallard
Richard Priestman
Simon Terry
 Great Britain
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Archery at the
1992 Summer Olympics
Archery pictogram.svg
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The men's team was an archery event held as part of the Archery at the 1992 Summer Olympics programme.

Results[edit]

The score for the team ranking round was the sum of the three archers' scores in the individual ranking round. No further shooting was done to determine team rankings.

Ranking round[edit]

Final
Rank
Ranking
Round
Rank
Nation Archers Ranking
Score
Round
of 16
Quarter-
Final
Semi-
Final
Final
1st, gold medalist(s) 10  Spain Antonio Vázquez
Alfonso Menéndez
Juan Holgado
3803 233 238 236 238
2nd, silver medalist(s) 5  Finland Jari Lipponen
Tomi Poikolainen
Ismo Falck
3833 237 239 237 236
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 6  Great Britain Simon Terry
Steven Hallard
Richard Priestman
3833 233 242 234 233
4 9  France Sébastien Flute
Bruno Felipe
Michael Taupin
3806 235 241 230 231
5 1  South Korea Chung Jae-hun
Han Seung-hoon
Lim Hee-sik
3938 240 240
6 4  United States Jay Barrs
Richard Johnson
Richard McKinney
3840 243 237
7 3  Australia Grant Greenham
Simon Fairweather
Scott Hunter-Russell
3865 238 236
8 2  Unified Team Vadim Shikarev
Stanislav Zabrodsky
ladimir Yesheyev
3924 241 229
9 12  Netherlands Erwin Verstegen
Henk Vogels
Berny Camps
3787 236
10 16  Poland Jacek Gilewski
Konrad Kwiecień
Sławomir Napłoszek
3759 233
11 11  Germany Frank Marzoch
Marc Rösicke
Andreas Lippoldt
3799 231
12 7  Denmark Ole Gammelgaard
Henrik Toft
Jan Rytter
3817 230
13 14  China Fu Shengjun
Hao Wei
Liang Qiang
3764 230
14 8  Italy Andrea Parenti
Alessandro Rivolta
Ilario Di Buò
3808 229
15 13  Japan Hiroshi Yamamoto
Naoto Oku
Kiyokazu Nishikawa
3786 225
16 15  India Dhulchand Damor
Limba Ram
Lalremsanga Chhangte
3761 220
17 17  Mexico José Anchondo
Ricardo Rojas
Omar Bustani
3755
18 18  Turkey Kerem Ersu
Vedat Erbay
Özcan Ediz
3733
19 19  Canada Claude Rousseau
Sylvain Cadieux
Jeannot Robitaille
3701
20 20  Bhutan Jubzhang Jubzhang
Karma Tenzin
Pema Tshering
3452

Knockout stage[edit]

Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
                           
  South Korea (KOR) 240  
  Poland (POL) 230       South Korea (KOR) 240  
  France (FRA) 235     France (FRA) 241  
  Italy (ITA) 229         France (FRA) 230  
  Finland (FIN) 237         Finland (FIN) 237  
  Netherlands (NED) 236       Finland (FIN) 239
  United States (USA) 243     United States (USA) 237  
  Japan (JPN) 225         Finland (FIN) 236
  Australia (AUS) 238         Spain (ESP) 238
  China (CHN) 230       Australia (AUS) 236  
  Great Britain (GBR) 233     Great Britain (GBR) 242  
  Germany (GER) 231         Great Britain (GBR) 234   Bronze medal match
  Spain (ESP) 233         Spain (ESP) 236  
  Denmark (DEN) 230       Spain (ESP) 238     Great Britain (GBR) 233
  Unified Team (EUN) 241     Unified Team (EUN) 229       France (FRA) 231
  India (IND) 220  

Round of 16

The top sixteen teams in the qualifying round earned the opportunity to compete in the head-to-head elimination matches.

Quarterfinals

All four of the top-ranked teams fell in the quarterfinals, eliminating them from medal contention and leaving such surprise contenders as #10-ranked host nation Spain.

Semifinals

The host nation continued an impressive run by knocking off the #6-ranked British team in a close match.

Final

After having defeated #7-ranked Denmark, #2-ranked Unified Team, and #6-ranked Great Britain, Spain was able to pull off one more astonishing upset, this time against #5-ranked Finland, to claim the gold medal on their home turf. It was Spain's first Olympic medal in archery.

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