List of Olympic medalists in archery

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This is the complete list of Olympic medalists in archery.

Current program[edit]

Competition format:

  • FITA round (now known as '1440 Round') (1972–1988)
  • Olympic round (1992–)

Men's events[edit]

Individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
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John Williams
 United States
Gunnar Jervill
 Sweden
Kyösti Laasonen
 Finland
1976 Montreal
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Darrell Pace
 United States
Hiroshi Michinaga
 Japan
Giancarlo Ferrari
 Italy
1980 Moscow
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Tomi Poikolainen
 Finland
Boris Isachenko
 Soviet Union
Giancarlo Ferrari
 Italy
1984 Los Angeles
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Darrell Pace
 United States
Richard McKinney
 United States
Hiroshi Yamamoto
 Japan
1988 Seoul
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Jay Barrs
 United States
Park Sung-soo
 South Korea
Vladimir Yesheyev
 Soviet Union
1992 Barcelona
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Sébastien Flute
 France
Chung Jae-hun
 South Korea
Simon Terry
 Great Britain
1996 Atlanta
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Justin Huish
 United States
Magnus Petersson
 Sweden
Oh Kyo-moon
 South Korea
2000 Sydney
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Simon Fairweather
 Australia
Vic Wunderle
 United States
Wietse van Alten
 Netherlands
2004 Athens
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Marco Galiazzo
 Italy
Hiroshi Yamamoto
 Japan
Tim Cuddihy
 Australia
2008 Beijing
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Viktor Ruban
 Ukraine
Park Kyung-mo
 South Korea
Bair Badënov
 Russia
2012 London
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Oh Jin-hyek
 South Korea
Takaharu Furukawa
 Japan
Dai Xiaoxiang
 China
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Ku Bon-chan
 South Korea
Jean-Charles Valladont
 France
Brady Ellison
 United States

Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Seoul
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 South Korea (KOR)
Chun In-soo
Lee Han-sup
Park Sung-soo
 United States (USA)
Jay Barrs
Richard McKinney
Darrell Pace
 Great Britain (GBR)
Steven Hallard
Richard Priestman
Leroy Watson
1992 Barcelona
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 Spain (ESP)
Juan Holgado
Alfonso Menéndez
Antonio Vázquez
 Finland (FIN)
Ismo Falck
Jari Lipponen
Tomi Poikolainen
 Great Britain (GBR)
Steven Hallard
Richard Priestman
Simon Terry
1996 Atlanta
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 United States (USA)
Justin Huish
Butch Johnson
Rod White
 South Korea (KOR)
Jang Yong-ho
Kim Bo-ram
Oh Kyo-moon
 Italy (ITA)
Matteo Bisiani
Michele Frangilli
Andrea Parenti
2000 Sydney
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 South Korea (KOR)
Jang Yong-ho
Kim Chung-tae
Oh Kyo-moon
 Italy (ITA)
Matteo Bisiani
Ilario Di Buò
Michele Frangilli
 United States (USA)
Butch Johnson
Rod White
Vic Wunderle
2004 Athens
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 South Korea (KOR)
Im Dong-hyun
Jang Yong-ho
Park Kyung-mo
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Chen Szu-yuan
Liu Ming-huang
Wang Cheng-pang
 Ukraine (UKR)
Dmytro Hrachov
Viktor Ruban
Oleksandr Serdyuk
2008 Beijing
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 South Korea (KOR)
Im Dong-hyun
Lee Chang-hwan
Park Kyung-mo
 Italy (ITA)
Ilario Di Buò
Marco Galiazzo
Mauro Nespoli
 China (CHN)
Jiang Lin
Li Wenquan
Xue Haifeng
2012 London
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 Italy (ITA)
Michele Frangilli
Marco Galiazzo
Mauro Nespoli
 United States (USA)
Brady Ellison
Jake Kaminski
Jacob Wukie
 South Korea (KOR)
Im Dong-hyun
Kim Bub-min
Oh Jin-hyek
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Woo-jin
Ku Bon-chan
Lee Seung-yun
 United States (USA)
Brady Ellison
Zach Garrett
Jake Kaminski
 Australia (AUS)
Alec Potts
Ryan Tyack
Taylor Worth

Women's events[edit]

Individual[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
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Doreen Wilber
 United States
Irena Szydłowska
 Poland
Emma Gapchenko
 Soviet Union
1976 Montreal
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Luann Ryon
 United States
Valentyna Kovpan
 Soviet Union
Zebiniso Rustamova
 Soviet Union
1980 Moscow
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Keto Losaberidze
 Soviet Union
Natalya Butuzova
 Soviet Union
Päivi Meriluoto
 Finland
1984 Los Angeles
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Seo Hyang-soon
 South Korea
Li Lingjuan
 China
Kim Jin-ho
 South Korea
1988 Seoul
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Kim Soo-nyung
 South Korea
Wang Hee-kyung
 South Korea
Yun Young-sook
 South Korea
1992 Barcelona
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Cho Youn-jeong
 South Korea
Kim Soo-nyung
 South Korea
Natalia Valeeva
 Unified Team
1996 Atlanta
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Kim Kyung-wook
 South Korea
He Ying
 China
Olena Sadovnycha
 Ukraine
2000 Sydney
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Yun Mi-jin
 South Korea
Kim Nam-soon
 South Korea
Kim Soo-nyung
 South Korea
2004 Athens
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Park Sung-hyun
 South Korea
Lee Sung-jin
 South Korea
Alison Williamson
 Great Britain
2008 Beijing
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Zhang Juanjuan
 China
Park Sung-hyun
 South Korea
Yun Ok-hee
 South Korea
2012 London
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Ki Bo-bae
 South Korea
Aída Román
 Mexico
Mariana Avitia
 Mexico
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Chang Hye-jin
 South Korea
Lisa Unruh
 Germany
Ki Bo-bae
 South Korea

Team[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1988 Seoul
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 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Soo-nyung
Wang Hee-kyung
Yun Young-sook
 Indonesia (INA)
Lilies Handayani
Nurfitriyana Saiman
Kusuma Wardhani
 United States (USA)
Deborah Ochs
Denise Parker
Melanie Skillman
1992 Barcelona
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 South Korea (KOR)
Cho Youn-jeong
Kim Soo-nyung
Lee Eun-kyung
 China (CHN)
Ma Xiangjun
Wang Hong
Wang Xiaozhu
 Unified Team (EUN)
Lyudmila Arzhanikova
Khatuna Kvrivichvili
Natalia Valeeva
1996 Atlanta
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 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Jo-sun
Kim Kyung-wook
Yoon Hye-young
 Germany (GER)
Barbara Mensing
Cornelia Pfohl
Sandra Wagner-Sachse
 Poland (POL)
Iwona Dzięcioł
Katarzyna Klata
Joanna Nowicka
2000 Sydney
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 South Korea (KOR)
Kim Soo-nyung
Kim Nam-soon
Yun Mi-jin
 Ukraine (UKR)
Olena Sadovnycha
Nataliya Burdeyna
Kateryna Serdyuk
 Germany (GER)
Barbara Mensing
Cornelia Pfohl
Sandra Wagner-Sachse
2004 Athens
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 South Korea (KOR)
Lee Sung-jin
Park Sung-hyun
Yun Mi-jin
 China (CHN)
He Ying
Lin Sang
Zhang Juanjuan
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Chen Li-ju
Wu Hui-ju
Yuan Shu-chi
2008 Beijing
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 South Korea (KOR)
Joo Hyun-jung
Park Sung-hyun
Yun Ok-hee
 China (CHN)
Chen Ling
Guo Dan
Zhang Juanjuan
 France (FRA)
Virginie Arnold
Sophie Dodemont
Bérengère Schuh
2012 London
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 South Korea (KOR)
Choi Hyeonju
Ki Bo-bae
Lee Sung-jin
 China (CHN)
Cheng Ming
Fang Yuting
Xu Jing
 Japan (JPN)
Ren Hayakawa
Miki Kanie
Kaori Kawanaka
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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 South Korea (KOR)
Chang Hye-jin
Choi Mi-sun
Ki Bo-bae
 Russia (RUS)
Tuyana Dashidorzhieva
Ksenia Perova
Inna Stepanova
 Chinese Taipei (TPE)
Le Chien-ying
Lin Shih-chia
Tan Ya-ting

Discontinued events[edit]

Early Olympic archery competitions (1900–1920) included events unique for each Games.

1900 Paris[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Au cordon doré, 50 metres
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Henri Hérouin
 France
Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
Émile Fisseux
 France
Au cordon doré, 33 metres
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Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
Victor Thibaud
 France
Charles Frédéric Petit
 France
Au chapelet, 50 metres
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Eugène Mougin
 France
Henri Helle
 France
Émile Mercier
 France
Au chapelet, 33 metres
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Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
Victor Thibaud
 France
Charles Frédéric Petit
 France
Sur la perche à la herse
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Emmanuel Foulon
 Belgium
Emile Druart
 Belgium
Auguste Serrurier
 France
None awarded
Sur la perche à la pyramide
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Émile Grumiaux
 France
Auguste Serrurier
 France
Louis Glineux
 Belgium

1904 St. Louis[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Double American round
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George Bryant
 United States
Robert Williams
 United States
William Thompson
 United States
Double York round
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George Bryant
 United States
Robert Williams
 United States
William Thompson
 United States
Team round
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 United States (USA)
Potomac Archers
William Thompson
Robert Williams
Louis Maxson
Galen Spencer
 United States (USA)
Cincinnati Archers
Charles Woodruff
William Clark
Charles Hubbard
Samuel Duvall
 United States (USA)
Boston Archers
George Bryant
Wallace Bryant
Cyrus Edwin Dallin
Henry B. Richardson

Women's events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Double Columbia round
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Matilda Howell
 United States
Emma Cooke
 United States
Jessie Pollock
 United States
Double national round
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Matilda Howell
 United States
Emma Cooke
 United States
Jessie Pollock
 United States
Team round
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 United States (USA)
Matilda Howell
Jessie Pollock
Emily Woodruff
Leonie Taylor
 United States (USA)
Emma Cooke
Mabel Taylor
None awarded

1908 London[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Continental style
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Eugène Grisot
 France
Louis Vernet
 France
Gustave Cabaret
 France
Double York round
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William Dod
 Great Britain
Reginald Brooks-King
 Great Britain
Henry B. Richardson
 United States

Women's events[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Double National round
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Queenie Newall
 Great Britain
Charlotte Dod
 Great Britain
Beatrice Hill-Lowe
 Great Britain

1920 Antwerp[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Individual fixed large bird
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Edmond Cloetens
 Belgium
Louis Van de Perck
 Belgium
Firmin Flamand
 Belgium
Team fixed large bird
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 Belgium (BEL)
Edmond Cloetens
Louis Van de Perck
Firmin Flamand
Edmond van Moer
Joseph Hermans
Auguste van de Verre
None awarded None awarded
Individual fixed small bird
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Edmond van Moer
 Belgium
Louis Van de Perck
 Belgium
Joseph Hermans
 Belgium
Team fixed small bird
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 Belgium (BEL)
Edmond Cloetens
Louis Van de Perck
Firmin Flamand
Edmond van Moer
Joseph Hermans
Auguste van de Verre
None awarded None awarded
Individual moving bird, 28 m
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Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
Léonce Quentin
 France
None awarded
Team moving bird, 28 m
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 Netherlands (NED)
Janus Theeuwes
Driekske van Bussel
Joep Packbiers
Janus van Merrienboer
Jo van Gastel
Theo Willems
Piet de Brouwer
Tiest van Gestel
 Belgium (BEL)
Hubert Van Innis
Alphonse Allaert
Edmond de Knibber
Louis Delcon
Jérome De Maeyer
Pierre van Thielt
Louis Fierens
Louis van Beeck
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy
Individual moving bird, 33 m
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Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
Julien Brulé
 France
None awarded
Team moving bird, 33 m
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 Belgium (BEL)
Hubert Van Innis
Pierre van Thielt
Jérome De Maeyer
Alphonse Allaert
Edmond de Knibber
Louis Delcon
Louis van Beeck
Louis Fierens
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy
None awarded
Individual moving bird, 50 m
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Julien Brulé
 France
Hubert Van Innis
 Belgium
None awarded
Team moving bird, 50 m
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 Belgium (BEL)
Hubert Van Innis
Pierre van Thielt
Jérome De Maeyer
Alphonse Allaert
Edmond de Knibber
Louis Delcon
Louis van Beeck
Louis Fierens
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy
None awarded

Athletes[edit]

The following table shows the most successful athletes in Olympic archery since 1972 by medals won:

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Kim Soo-nyung
 South Korea
4 1 1 6
2 Park Sung-hyun
 South Korea
3 1 0 4
3 Ki Bo-bae
 South Korea
3 0 1 4
4 Yun Mi-jin
 South Korea
3 0 0 3
5 Darrell Pace
 United States
2 1 0 3
Jang Yong-ho
 South Korea
2 1 0 3
Lee Sung-jin
 South Korea
2 1 0 3
Marco Galiazzo
 Italy
2 1 0 3
Park Kyung-mo
 South Korea
2 1 0 3
10 Im Dong-hyun
 South Korea
2 0 1 3
11 Cho Youn-jeong
 South Korea
2 0 0 2
Justin Huish
 United States
2 0 0 2
Chang Hye-jin
 South Korea
2 0 0 2
Kim Kyung-wook
 South Korea
2 0 0 2
15 Zhang Juanjuan
 China
1 2 0 3
16 Michele Frangilli
 Italy
1 1 1 3
Oh Kyo-moon
 South Korea
1 1 1 3
18 Jay Barrs
 United States
1 1 0 2
Kim Nam-soon
 South Korea
1 1 0 2
Mauro Nespoli
 Italy
1 1 0 2
Park Sung-soo
 South Korea
1 1 0 2
Tomi Poikolainen
 Finland
1 1 0 2
Wang Hee-kyung
 South Korea
1 1 0 2
24 Butch Johnson
 United States
1 0 1 2
Oh Jin-hyek
 South Korea
1 0 1 2
Rod White
 United States
1 0 1 2
Viktor Ruban
 Ukraine
1 0 1 2
Yun Ok-hee
 South Korea
1 0 1 2
Yun Young-sook
 South Korea
1 0 1 2

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