In its first appearance in the Olympic archery competition, Czechoslovakia sent two women and one man. Zdeňka Padevětová earned a fourth place finish.
Women's Individual Competition:
Men's Individual Competition:
- František Hadaš — 2305 points (→ 24th place)
Read more about this topic: Czechoslovakia At The 1980 Summer Olympics
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