Archery at the 2018 Asian Games – Women's team compound

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Women's team compound
at the 2018 Asian Games
VenueGBK Archery Field
Dates22–28 August
Competitors48 from 13 nations
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
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The women's team compound archery competition at the 2018 Asian Games was held from 22 to 28 August at GBK Archery Field.[1][2]

A total of 13 teams participated in the ranking round to determine the seeds for knockout round.

Schedule[edit]

All times are Western Indonesia Time (UTC+07:00)

Date Time Event
Wednesday, 22 August 2018 09:00 Ranking round
Sunday, 26 August 2018 10:00 1/8 eliminations
12:25 Quarterfinals
14:05 Semifinals
Tuesday, 28 August 2018 12:20 Finals

Results[edit]

Ranking round[edit]

Rank Team Half Total 10s Xs
1st 2nd
1  South Korea (KOR) 1052 1053 2105 162 69
Choi Bo-min 352 349 701 53 29
Kim Yun-hee 349 350 699 51 21
So Chae-won 350 353 703 56 20
Song Yun-soo 350 351 701 53 20
2  India (IND) 1050 1035 2085 148 57
Trisha Deb 341 342 683 38 23
Muskan Kirar 350 341 691 45 21
Madhumita Kumari 346 343 689 46 13
Jyothi Surekha Vennam 354 351 705 57 23
3  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 1045 1040 2085 147 59
Chen Li-ju 345 345 690 46 17
Chen Yi-hsuan 354 352 706 58 26
Huang I-jou 347 340 687 43 15
Lin Ming-ching 346 343 689 43 16
4  Iran (IRI) 1030 1021 2051 123 49
Minoo Abedi 343 339 682 42 16
Parisa Baratchi 341 341 682 41 14
Raheleh Farsi 345 335 680 37 11
Fereshteh Ghorbani 346 341 687 40 19
5  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 1029 1020 2049 116 37
Nina Dudareva 340 338 678 34 8
Viktoriya Lyan 345 337 682 39 15
Diana Makarchuk 341 340 681 37 9
Adel Zhexenbinova 343 343 686 40 13
6  Malaysia (MAS) 1016 1027 2043 114 40
Nurul Syazhera Asmi 330 332 662 30 12
Saritha Cham Nong 336 341 677 36 11
Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh 345 349 694 48 19
Sazatul Nadhirah Zakaria 335 337 672 30 10
7  Indonesia (INA) 1023 1019 2042 111 40
Triya Resky Andriyani 334 339 673 33 7
Yurike Nina Bonita 341 337 678 36 13
Sri Ranti 340 341 681 38 14
Dellie Threesyadinda 342 341 683 37 13
8  Vietnam (VIE) 1017 1013 2030 99 28
Châu Kiều Oanh 342 336 678 36 10
Lê Phương Thảo 337 339 676 31 10
Nguyễn Thị Nhật Lệ 338 338 676 32 8
9  Thailand (THA) 1015 1010 2025 103 32
Suvaporn Anutaraporn 333 333 666 30 8
Nareumon Junsook 330 336 666 28 8
Kanyavee Maneesombatkul 342 341 683 41 16
Kodchaporn Pratumsuwan 340 336 676 32 8
10  Bangladesh (BAN) 1002 995 1997 93 32
Bonna Akter 335 336 671 35 13
Roksana Akter 338 334 672 32 10
Suma Biswas 329 325 654 26 9
11  Myanmar (MYA) 1000 997 1997 87 27
Hla Hla San 328 334 662 25 10
Su Su Hlaing 338 329 667 30 6
Yaw Sein Yah 334 334 668 32 11
12  Singapore (SGP) 978 989 1967 85 20
Christina Gunawan 333 332 665 33 8
Angeline Lee 308 296 604 12 4
Contessa Loh 340 345 685 39 11
Madeleine Ong 305 312 617 13 1
13  Mongolia (MGL) 947 938 1885 47 17
Battsetsegiin Batdulam 332 306 638 20 8
Erdenebatyn Enkhtamir 317 321 638 16 5
Batjargalyn Möngönchimeg 298 311 609 11 4

Knockout round[edit]

1/8 eliminations Quarterfinals Semifinals Gold medal match
     
        1  South Korea 233  
9  Thailand 222     9  Thailand 226  
8  Vietnam 210       1  South Korea 231  
5  Kazakhstan 225       4  Iran 228  
12  Singapore 212     5  Kazakhstan 217  
13  Mongolia 203     4  Iran 224  
4  Iran 221       1  South Korea 231
          2  India 228
        3  Chinese Taipei 225  
11  Myanmar 222     6  Malaysia 221  
6  Malaysia 229       3  Chinese Taipei 222   Bronze medal match
7  Indonesia 222       2  India 225  
10  Bangladesh 208     7  Indonesia 224   4  Iran 221
        2  India 229   3  Chinese Taipei 226
     

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Schedule". Archived from the original on 2018-08-20. Retrieved 2018-08-24.
  2. ^ Draw and results

External links[edit]