Archery at the Summer Universiade

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Archery is an mandatory sport at the Universiade that has been contested as optional sport between 2003 and 2015, and after 2017 will become a mandatory sport.[1] Unlike the Olympic competition, both recurve and compound disciplines are competed.[2]

Events[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Event 03 05 09 11 15 17 19 Years
Men's individual 7
Men's team 7
Women's individual 7
Women's team 7
Mixed team 5

Compound[edit]

Event 03 05 09 11 15 17 19 Years
Men's individual 7
Men's team 7
Women's individual 7
Women's team 7
Mixed team 5

Medalists[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Men's individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  Bang Jea-Hwan (KOR)  Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR)  Oleksandr Serdyuk (UKR)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  Kuo Cheng-wei (TPE)  Hong Sung-Chil (KOR)  Choi Young-Kwang (KOR)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Viktor Ruban (UKR)  Wang Cheng-pang (TPE)  Dmytro Hrachov (UKR)
China 2011 Shenzhen  Im Dong-hyun (KOR)  Kim Woo-jin (KOR)  Kim Bub-min (KOR)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Lee Seung-yun (KOR)  Ku Bon-chan (KOR)  Kim Woo-jin (KOR)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  Lee Seung-yun (KOR)  Arsalan Baldanov (RUS)  Kim Woo-jin (KOR)

Men's team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  France (FRA)  South Korea (KOR)  China (CHN)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  Ukraine (UKR)  South Korea (KOR)  Russia (RUS)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  Italy (ITA)
China 2011 Shenzhen  China (CHN)  Japan (JPN)  France (FRA)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  Russia (RUS)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  Russia (RUS)

Women's individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)  Yun Mi-Jin (KOR)  Lee Hyun-Jung (KOR)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  Lee Sung-Jin (KOR)  Kateryna Palekha (UKR)  Viktoriya Koval (UKR)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Kim Ye-seul (KOR)  Kim Yu-mi (KOR)  Gema Buitron Cortinas (ESP)
China 2011 Shenzhen  Ki Bo-bae (KOR)  Jung Dasomi (KOR)  Cho Pei-ching (TPE)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Ki Bo-bae (KOR)  Choi Mi-sun (KOR)  Maja Jager (DEN)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  Kang Chae-young (KOR)  Tan Ya-ting (TPE)  Alejandra Valencia (MEX)

Women's team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  South Korea (KOR)  China (CHN)  Ukraine (UKR)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  South Korea (KOR)  Ukraine (UKR)  Poland (POL)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  South Korea (KOR)  Ukraine (UKR)  China (CHN)
China 2011 Shenzhen  South Korea (KOR)  Ukraine (UKR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  South Korea (KOR)  Russia (RUS)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  Russia (RUS)

Mixed team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  South Korea (KOR)  Ukraine (UKR)  Poland (POL)
China 2011 Shenzhen  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei  Ukraine (UKR)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  South Korea (KOR)  Chinese Taipei  Russia (RUS)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  South Korea (KOR)  France (FRA)  Mexico (MEX)

Compound[edit]

Men's individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  Daniele Bauro (ITA)  Jo Young-Joon (KOR)  Drew Lasher (USA)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  Sergio Pagni (ITA)  Florian Faucheur (FRA)  Daniele Bauro (ITA)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Steven Gatto (USA)  Federico Pettenazzo (ITA)  Danzan Khaludorov (RUS)
China 2011 Shenzhen  Alexander Dambaev (RUS)  Choi Yong-hee (KOR)  Sebastien Brasseur (FRA)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Kim Jong-ho (KOR)  Kim Tae-yoon (KOR)  Renaud Domanski (BEL)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  Kim Jong-ho (KOR)  Demir Elmaağaçlı (TUR)  Mario Vavro (CRO)

Men's team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  South Korea (KOR)  Netherlands (NED)  United States (USA)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  South Korea (KOR)  United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  United States (USA)  Mexico (MEX)  Russia (RUS)
China 2011 Shenzhen  France (FRA)  Mexico (MEX)  United States (USA)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  South Korea (KOR)  Mexico (MEX)  Italy (ITA)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  Russia (RUS)  Iran (IRI)  South Korea (KOR)

Women's individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  Choi Mi-Yeon (KOR)  Mary Zorn (USA)  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  Amandine Bouillot (FRA)  Kim Hyo-Sun (KOR)  Arminda Bastos (MEX)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Seok Ji-hyun (KOR)  Victoria Balzhanova (RUS)  Erika Anschutz (USA)
China 2011 Shenzhen  Polina Nikitina (RUS)  Kendal Nicely (USA)  Victoria Balzhanova (RUS)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Song Yun-soo (KOR)  Toja Cerne (SLO)  Stephanie Salinas (MEX)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  Song Yun-soo (KOR)  Chen Yi-hsuan (TPE)  So Chae-won (KOR)

Women's team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
South Korea 2003 Daegu  United States (USA)  South Korea (KOR)  Italy (ITA)
Turkey 2005 Izmir  South Korea (KOR)  Russia (RUS)  Turkey (TUR)
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Chinese Taipei (TPE)  Russia (RUS)  South Korea (KOR)
China 2011 Shenzhen  South Korea (KOR)  Russia (RUS)  India (IND)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  Russia (RUS)  United States (USA)  South Korea (KOR)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  South Korea (KOR)  Russia (RUS)  Turkey (TUR)

Mixed team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Serbia 2009 Belgrade  Russia (RUS)  United States (USA)  South Korea (KOR)
China 2011 Shenzhen  South Korea (KOR)  United States (USA)  Italy (ITA)
South Korea 2015 Gwangju  South Korea (KOR)  India (IND)  Belgium (BEL)
Flag of Chinese Taipei for Universiade.svg 2017 Taipei  South Korea (KOR)  Turkey (TUR)  Chinese Taipei (TPE)

Medal table[edit]

Last updated after the 2017 Summer Universiade.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea (KOR)37161063
2 Russia (RUS)561021
3 Chinese Taipei (TPE)39315
4 United States (USA)36413
5 France (FRA)3227
6 Ukraine (UKR)25512
7 Italy (ITA)2158
8 China (CHN)1124
9 Mexico (MEX)0358
10 Turkey (TUR)0224
11 India (IND)0112
12 Iran (IRN)0101
 Japan (JPN)0101
 Netherlands (NED)0101
 Slovenia (SLO)0101
16 Belgium (BEL)0022
 Poland (POL)0022
18 Croatia (CRO)0011
 Denmark (DEN)0011
 Spain (ESP)0011
Totals (20 nations)565656168

References[edit]

  1. ^ "[missing title]" (PDF). Federação Internacional do Esporte Universitário (FISU). Retrieved 20 August 2016.
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