Archery at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Qualification

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The athlete quota for archery is 128 athletes, 64 men and 64 women. There is a maximum of six athletes per National Olympic Committee, three per gender. NOC's with three athletes of the same gender automatically qualify for the team competition. Athletes can not qualify themselves directly into Beijing. Once they qualify they earn spots for their NOC, which then can decide which of the athletes who have reached the MQS (Minimum Qualification Score) they select. The MQS for FITA rounds are 1200 (men) and 1180 (women). For 70m rounds they are 600 (men) and 590 (women). Athletes who wish to qualify for the Olympics need to achieve the MQS in the period starting from 5 July 2007 until 16 July 2008.

Qualification spots allocated[edit]

NOCommittee Men Women Total Announced competitors
Men Women
 Australia 3 2 5 Sky Kim
Matthew Gray
Michael Naray
Lexie Feeney
Jane Waller
 Belarus 1 1 2 Maxim Kunda Katsiarina Muliuk
 Bhutan 1 1 2 Tashi Peljor Dorji Dema
 Brazil 1 1 Luiz Trainini
 Bulgaria 1 1 Daniel Pavlov
 Canada 3 1 4 Jason Lyon
Crispin Duenas
John-David Burnes
Marie-Pier Beaudet
 China 3 3 6 Xue Haifeng
Jiang Lin
Li Wenquan
Zhang Juanjuan
Chen Ling
Guo Dan
 Chinese Taipei 3 3 6 Kuo Cheng Wei
Wang Cheng Pang
Chen Szu-Yuan
Yuan Shu Chi
Wu Hui Ju
Wei Pi-Hsiu
 Colombia 3 3 Sigrid Romero
Ana Rendon
Natalia Sanchez
 Cuba 1 1 Juan Carlos Stevens
 Cyprus 1 1 Elena Mousikou
 Czech Republic 1 1 2 Martin Bulíř Barbora Horáčková
 Denmark 1 1 2 Niels Dall Louise Laursen
 Egypt 1 1 2 Maged Youssef Soha Abed Elaal
 Finland 1 1 Matti Hatava
 France 2 3 5 Romain Girouille
Jean-Charles Valladont
Virginie Arnold
Sophie Dodemont
Bérengère Schuh
 Georgia 2 2 Khatuna Narimanidze
Kristina Esebua
 Germany 1 1 2 Jens Pieper Anja Hitzler
 Great Britain 3 3 6 Laurence Godfrey
Simon Terry
Alan Wills
Alison Williamson
Charlotte Burgess
Naomi Folkard
 Greece 2 2 Elpida Romantzi
Evangelia Psarra
 India 1 3 4 Mangal Singh Champia Laishram Bombaya Devi
Dola Banerjee
Pranitha Vardineni
 Indonesia 2 2 Ika Yuliana Rochmawati
Rina Dewi Puspitasari
 Iran 1 1 2 Hojjatollah Vaezi Najmeh Abtin
 Italy 3 3 6 Ilario Di Buò
Marco Galiazzo
Mauro Nespoli
Elena Tonetta
Pia Carmen Lionetti
Natalia Valeeva
 Japan 2 3 5 Takaharu Furukawa
Ryuichi Moriya
Nami Hayakawa
Yuki Hayashi
Sayoko Kitabatake
 Kazakhstan 1 1 Anastassiya Bannova
 Malaysia 3 3 Cheng Chu Sian
Khalmizam Wan Abd Aziz
Muhammad Marbawi Sulaiman
 Mauritius 1 1 Veronique D'Unienville
 Mexico 2 2 4 Juan Rene Serrano
Luis Eduardo Velez Sanchez
Mariana Avitia
Aida Román
 Morocco 1 1 Khadija Abbouda
 Myanmar 1 1 Nay Myo Aung
 North Korea 2 2 Kwon Un Sil
Son Hye Yong
 Philippines 1 1 Mark Javier
 Poland 3 3 6 Rafał Dobrowolski
Piotr Piątek
Jacek Proć
Małgorzata Ćwienczek
Iwona Marcinkiewicz
Justyna Mospinek
 Portugal 1 1 Nuno Pombo
 Qatar 1 1 Ali Salem
 Romania 1 1 Alexandru Bodnar
 Russia 3 2 5 Andrey Abramov
Bair Badënov
Baljininima Tsyrempilov
Natalia Erdyniyeva
Miroslava Dagbaeva
 Samoa 1 1 Muaausa Joseph Walter
 South Africa 1 1 Calvin Hartley
 South Korea 3 3 6 Im Dong-Hyun
Lee Chang-Hwan
Park Kyung-Mo
Joo Hyun-Jung
Park Sung-Hyun
Yun Ok-Hee
 Spain 1 1 Daniel Morillo
 Sweden 1 1 Magnus Petersson
 Switzerland 1 1 Nathalie Dielen
 Tajikistan 1 1 Albina Kamaletdinova
 Turkey 1 1 2 Goktug Ergin Zekiye Keskin Satir
 Ukraine 3 2 5 Markiyan Ivashko
Viktor Ruban
Oleksandr Serdyuk
Tetyana Berezhna
Viktoriya Koval
 United States 3 2 5 Brady Ellison
Butch Johnson
Vic Wunderle
Jennifer Nichols
Khatuna Lorig
 Venezuela 1 1 Leydis Brito
Total: 49 NOCs 64 64 128

Qualification timeline[edit]

Event Date Venue
2007 World Archery Championships July 5–15, 2007 Germany Leipzig
Asian Championships September 14–19, 2007 China Xian
PanAmerica Continental Qualification Tournament October 9–13, 2007 El Salvador San Salvador
New Zealand Championships & Oceania Qualification January 5–11, 2008 New Zealand Wellington
African Championships February 7–10, 2008 Egypt Cairo
European Championships May 12–19, 2008 France Vittel
Final World Qualification Tournament June 24–28, 2008 France Boé
Tripartite Commission Invitations March 19, 2008 -

Men[edit]

Event Ranking Athletes
per NOC
Qualified
Host Nation - 3  China
2007 World Championships, team event Top 8 3  South Korea
 Great Britain
 Chinese Taipei
 Poland
 Italy
 United States
 Ukraine
 Canada
2007 World Championships, individual event Top 16 Up to 2 Russia Baljininima Tsyrempilov
Malaysia Cheng Chu Sian
Japan Takaharu Furukawa
Sweden Magnus Petersson
Mexico Luis Eduardo Velez Sanchez
Denmark Niels Dall
Australia David Barnes
Iran Hojjatollah Vaezi
Australia Sky Kim
Russia Bair Badënov
Bulgaria Daniel Pavlov
Germany Jens Pieper
Malaysia Muhammad Marbawi Sulaiman
Turkey Goktug Ergin
Romania Alexandru Bodnar
Japan Ryuichi Moriya
Asian Championships Top 3 Up to 2 Philippines Mark Javier
India Mangal Singh Champia
Malaysia Khalmizam Wan Abd Aziz
European Championship Top 3 Up to 2 France Romain Girouille
Russia Andrey Abramov
France Jean-Charles Valladont
Pan American Continental Qualification Tournament Top 3 Up to 2 Mexico Juan Rene Serrano
Cuba Juan Carlos Stevens
Brazil Luiz Trainini
African Championships Top 2 Up to 2 South Africa Calvin Hartley
Egypt Amr Ghanem
New Zealand Championships & Oceania Qualification Top 2 Up to 2 Australia Michael Naray
Samoa Muaausa Joseph Walter
Final World Qualification Tournament Top 5 1 Portugal Nuno Pombo
Finland Matti Hatava
Belarus Maxim Kunda
Czech Republic Milan Andreas
Spain Daniel Morillo
Tripartite Commission Invitations 3 1 Bhutan Tashi Peljor
Iraq Ali Adnan
Myanmar Nay Myo Aung
Qatar Ali Salem

Women[edit]

Event Ranking Athletes
per NOC
Qualified
Host Nation - 3  China
2007 World Championships, team event Top 8 3  South Korea
 Chinese Taipei
 Great Britain
 Italy
 Poland
 India
 France
 Colombia
2007 World Championships, individual event Top 16 Up to 2 Russia Natalia Erdyniyeva
United States Jennifer Nichols
Georgia (country) Khatuna Narimanidze
North Korea Kwon Un Sil
Ukraine Tetyana Berezhna
Ukraine Viktoriya Koval
Japan Nami Hayakawa
Russia Tatyana Boroday
Japan Sayoko Kitabatake
North Korea Ri Koch Sun
Kazakhstan Anastassiya Bannova
Georgia (country) Kristina Esebua
Denmark Louise Laursen
Greece Elpida Romantzi
Venezuela Lisbeth Leoni
Canada Marie-Pier Beaudet
Asian Championships Top 3 Up to 2 Indonesia Ika Yuliana Rochmawati
Japan Yuki Hayashi
Indonesia Rina Dewi Puspitasari
European Championship Top 3 Up to 2 Turkey Zekiye Keskin Satir
Greece Evangelia Psarra
Belarus Zhanna Svistun
PanAmerica Continental Qualification Tournament Top 3 Up to 2 Mexico Janeth Garcia
United States Karen Scavotto
Mexico Aida Roman
African Championships Top 2 Up to 2 Morocco Fatine Ouadoudi
Egypt Amira Mansour
New Zealand Championships & Oceania Qualification Top 2 Up to 2 Australia Jane Waller
Australia Jade Lindsay
Final World Qualification Tournament Top 5 1 Germany Anja Hitzler
Iran Najmeh Abtin
Switzerland Nathalie Dielen
Cyprus Elena Mousikou
Czech Republic Barbora Horackova
Tripartite Commission Invitations 3 1 Bhutan Dorji Dema
Mauritius Veronique D'Unienville
Tajikistan Albina Kamaletdinova

Team Event Qualification[edit]

National Olympic Committee Men's Women's
 China (CHN) H H
 Great Britain (GBR) W W
 Italy (ITA) W W
 South Korea (KOR) W W
 Poland (POL) W W
 Chinese Taipei (TPE) W W
 Japan (JPN) C
 Ukraine (UKR) W
 India (IND) W
 United States (USA) W
 Canada (CAN) W
 Colombia (COL) W
 France (FRA) W
 Malaysia (MAS) C
 Australia (AUS) C
 Russia (RUS) C
Total 12 10
  • H: qualified as host nation
  • W: qualified after the world championships
  • C: qualified after the continental championships

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Olympic Games Qualification Places, Men, Women