Archery At The Summer Olympics
Archery had its debut at the 1900 Summer Olympics and has been contested in 14 Olympiads. Eighty three different nations have appeared in the Olympic archery competitions, with France appearing the most often at 11 times. The sport has been largely dominated by Korean archers since the 1988 Olympics, winning 18 of 28 and 32 of 84 gold and total medals awarded respectively since Seoul. It is governed by the World Archery Federation (WA; formerly FITA). Recurve archery is the only discipline of archery featured at the Olympic Games. Archery is also an event at the Summer Paralympics.
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... The Olympic records for archery are for the competition format established in 1992 ... Men's # of arrows Archer(s) Score Games 72 (ranking) Im Dong-Hyun (KOR) 18 ... Park Kyung-mo (KOR) 12 ... Lee Chang Hwan (KOR) 36 ... (finals) Tim Cuddihy (AUS) 216 ... (team ranking) South Korea (KOR) Im Dong-Hyun Kim Bub-Min Oh Jin-Hyek 27 ... (team) South Korea (KOR) Jang Yong-ho Oh Kyo-moon Kim Chung-tae 54 ... (team finals) United States (USA) Justin Huish Butch Johnson Rod White 1996 ... Women's # of arrows Archer(s) Score Games 72 (ranking) Park Sung Hyun (KOR) 18 ... Yun Mi-Jin (KOR) 12 ... Park Sung Hyun (KOR) 36 ... (finals) Kim Nam-soon (KOR) 215 ... (team ranking) South Korea (KOR) Park Sung Hyun Lee Sung Jin Yun Mi-Jin 27 ... (team) South Korea (KOR) Kim Soo-nyung Kim Nam-soon Yun Mi-Jin 54 ... (team finals) South Korea (KOR) Kim Soo-nyung Kim Nam-soon Yun Mi-Jin 24 ... (team finals) South Korea (KOR) Park Sung Hyun Joo Hyun Jung Yun Ok-Hee 2008. ...
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