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Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Men

Archery at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The men's individual was an archery event held as part of the Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics programme.

Men's individual
at the Games of the XXVI Olympiad
Venue Stone Mountain Park Archery Center
Date 28 July 1996-1 August 1996
Competitors 64
Medalists
Gold medal    United States
Silver medal    Sweden
Bronze medal    South Korea

Results

All archery was done at a range of 70 metres. 64 archers competed. They began with a 72-arrow ranking round. This was followed by three elimination rounds, in which archers competed head-to-head in 18-arrow matches. After these rounds, there were 8 archers left. The quarterfinals, semifinals, and medal matches (collectively termed the "finals round") were 12-arrow matches. In all matches, losers were eliminated and received a final rank determined by their score in that round, with the exception of the semifinals. The losers of the semifinals competed in the bronze medal match.

Final
rank
Ranking
round
rank
Archer Ranking
round
R64 R32 R16 Quarter-
finals
Semi-
finals
Finals
1 9  Justin Huish (USA) 670 165 166 169 112 112 112
2 7  Magnus Petersson (SWE) 672 167 167 167 111 112 107
3 3  Oh Kyo-Moon (KOR) 681 162 169 167 114 109 116
4 21  Paul Vermeiren (BEL) 659 165 159 161 111 103 110
5 11  Kim Bo-Ram (KOR) 668 168 166 162 113
6 1  Michele Frangilli (ITA) 684 166 164 170 112
7 2  Jang Yong-Ho (KOR) 682 164 165 162 108
8 45  Lionel Torres (FRA) 644 165 164 159 106
9 10  Matteo Bisiani (ITA) 669 167 163 163
10 57  Hsieh Sheng-Feng (TPE) 630 164 157 162
11 15  Richard Johnson (USA) 664 158 164 160
12 38  Tomi Poikolainen (FIN) 648 168 164 160
13 16  Stanislav Zabrodsky (UKR) 664 156 163 160
14 28  Samo Medved (SLO) 656 161 161 159
15 19  Martinus Grov (NOR) 663 161 161 159
16 29  José Anchondo (MEX) 653 158 156 158
17 39  Andrea Parenti (ITA) 647 161 165
18 6  Balzhinima Tsyrempilov (RUS) 675 164 163
19 13  Hiroshi Yamamoto (JPN) 665 155 163
20 5  Jari Lipponen (FIN) 676 168 161
21 22  Mikael Larsson (SWE) 659 167 160
22 34  Keith Hanlon (IRL) 650 155 159
23 14  Tang Hua (CHN) 664 157 159
24 12  Rod White (USA) 666 161 158
25 32  Lalremsanga Chhangte (IND) 650 160 158
26 18  Matthew Gray (AUS) 663 162 157
27 25  Takayoshi Matsushita (JPN) 657 163 156
28 24  Gary Hardinges (GBR) 658 158 155
29 30  Paweł Szymczak (POL) 653 152 154
30 4  Vadim Shikarev (KAZ) 677 166 154
31 23  Valeriy Yevetsky (UKR) 659 159 152
32 48  Tommi Tuovila (FIN) 644 151 142
33 59  Vitaliy Shin (KAZ) 626 163
34 40  Göran Bjerendal (SWE) 646 162
35 8  Jackson Fear (AUS) 671 162
36 58  Luo Hengyu (CHN) 627 161
37 54  Jeannot Robitaille (CAN) 634 160
38 43  Rob Rusnov (CAN) 645 159
39 46  Sébastien Flute (FRA) 644 158
40 47  Shen Jun (CHN) 644 158
41 41  Cho Sheng-Ling (TPE) 646 158
42 36  Raul Kivilo (EST) 649 157
43 56  Sergei Martynov (KAZ) 632 157
44 42  Wu Tsung-Yi (TPE) 646 156
45 62  Stefan Mliakov (BUL) 617 156
46 33  Andrew Lindsay (NZL) 650 156
47 55  Skalzang Dorje (IND) 634 156
48 49  Jubzhang Jubzhang (BHU) 643 156
49 27  Kevin Sally (CAN) 657 155
50 51  Andrey Podlazov (RUS) 640 154
51 52  Adolfo González (MEX) 636 154
52 20  Simon Fairweather (AUS) 660 154
53 53  Bair Badënov (RUS) 635 152
54 31  Peter Koprivnikar (SLO) 652 151
55 17  Steven Hallard (GBR) 664 150
56 26  Damien Letulle (FRA) 657 150
57 37  Oleksandr Yatsenko (UKR) 649 150
58 35  Nuno Pombo (POR) 650 148
59 61  Okyay Küçükkayalar (TUR) 618 144
60 60  Antonio Vázquez (ESP) 621 143
61 64  Dominic Rebelo (KEN) 518 142
62 63  Paolo Tura (SMR) 592 141
63 44  Limba Ram (IND) 644 140
64 50  Matevž Krumpestar (SLO) 643 140

Round of 64

  • Michele Frangilli, Italy def. Dominic Rebelo, Kenya (166-142)
  • Lalremsanga Chhangte, India def. Andrew Lindsay, New Zealand (160-156)
  • Tommi Tuovila, Finland def. Steven Hallard, Great Britain (151-150)
  • Stanislav Zabrodsky, Ukraine def. Jubzhang Jubzhang, Bhutan (156-156, 9-8)
  • Hsieh Sheng-Feng, Chinese Taipei def. Jackson Fear, Australia (164-162)
  • Takayoshi Matsushita, Japan def. Goran Bjerendal, Sweden (163-162)
  • Gary Hardinges, Great Britain def. Cho Sheng-Ling, Chinese Taipei (158-158, 10-9)
  • Justin Huish, United States def. Sergei Martynov, Kazakhstan (165-157)
  • Jari Lipponen, Finland def. Antonio Vazquez, Spain (168-143)
  • Samo Medved, Slovenia def. Aleksandr Yatsenko, Ukraine (161-150)
  • Paul Vermeiren, Belgium def. Limba Ram, India (165-140)
  • Rod White, United States def. Bair Badënov, Russia (161-152)
  • Vadim Chikarev, Kazakhstan def. Okyay Kucukkayalar, Turkey (166-144)
  • Jose Anchondo, Mexico def. Raul Kivilo, Estonia (158-157)
  • Lionel Torres, France def. Simon Fairweather, Australia (165-154)
  • Hiroshi Yamamoto, Japan def. Adolfo Gonzalez, Mexico (155-154)
  • Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea def. Stefan Mliakov, Bulgaria (162-156)
  • Paweł Szymczak, Poland def. Nuno Pombo, Portugal (152-148)
  • Martinus Grov, Norway def. Sebastien Flute, France (161-158)
  • Tang Hua, China def. Andrey Podlazov, Russia (157-154)
  • Baljinima Tsirempilov, Russia def. Vitaliy Shin, Kazakhstan (164-163)
  • Tomi Poikolainen, Finland def. Kevin Sally, Canada (158-155)
  • Mikael Larsson, Sweden def. Rob Rusnov, Canada (167-159)
  • Kim Bo-Ram, Korea def. Jeannot Robitaille, Canada (168-160)
  • Magnus Petersson, Sweden def. Luo Hengyu, China (167-161)
  • Andrea Parenti, Italy def. Damien Letulle, France (161-150)
  • Valeriy Yevetsky, Ukraine def. Wu Tsung-Yi, Chinese Taipei (159-156)
  • Matteo Bisiani, Italy def. Skalzang Dorje, India (167-156)
  • Jang Yong-Ho, Korea def. Paolo Tura, San Marino (164-141)
  • Keith Hanlon, Ireland def. Peter Koprivnikar, Slovenia (155-151)
  • Matthew Gray, Australia def. Shen Jun, China (162-158)
  • Richard Johnson, United States def. Matevz Krumpestar, Slovenia (158-140)

Round of 32

  • Michele Frangilli, Italy def. Lalremsanga Chhangte, India (164-158)
  • Stanislav Zabrodsky, Ukraine def. Tommi Tuovila, Finland (163-142)
  • Hsieh Sheng-Feng, Chinese Taipei def. Takayoshi Matsushita, Japan (157-156)
  • Justin Huish, United States def. Gary Hardinges, Great Britain (166-155)
  • Samo Medved, Slovenia def. Jari Lipponen, Finland (161-161, 9-8)
  • Paul Vermeiren, Belgium def. Rod White, United States (159-158)
  • Jose Anchondo, Mexico def. Vadim Chikarev, Kazakhstan (156-154)
  • Lionel Torres, France def. Hiroshi Yamamoto, Japan (164-163)
  • Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea def. Paweł Szymczak, Poland (169-154)
  • Martinus Grov, Norway def. Tang Hua, China (161-159)
  • Tomi Poikolainen, Finland def. Baljinima Tsirempilov, Russia (164-163)
  • Kim Bo-Ram, Korea def. Mikael Larsson, Sweden (166-160)
  • Magnus Petersson, Sweden def. Andrea Parenti, Italy (167-165)
  • Matteo Bisiani, Italy def. Valeriy Yevetsky, Ukraine (163-152)
  • Jang Yong-Ho, Korea def. Keith Hanlon, Ireland (165-159)
  • Richard Johnson, United States def. Matthew Gray, Australia (164-157)

Round of 16

Michele Frangilli's score of 170 in the round was an Olympic record for 18 arrows. Oh Kyo-Moon's score of 336 was an Olympic record for 36 arrows, R32 and R16 combined.

  • Michele Frangilli, Italy def. Stanislav Zabrodsky, Ukraine (170-160)
  • Justin Huish, United States def. Hsieh Sheng-Feng, Chinese Taipei (169-162)
  • Paul Vermeiren, Belgium def. Samo Medved, Slovenia (161-159)
  • Lionel Torres, France def. Jose Anchondo, Mexico (159-158)
  • Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea def. Martinus Grov, Norway (167-159)
  • Kim Bo-Ram, Korea def. Tomi Poikolainen, Finland (162-160)
  • Magnus Petersson, Sweden def. Matteo Bisiani, Italy (167-163)
  • Jang Yong-Ho, Korea def. Richard Johnson, United States (162-160)

Quarterfinals

  • Justin Huish, United States def. Michele Frangilli, Italy (112-112, 10-9)
  • Paul Vermeiren, Belgium def. Lionel Torres, France (111-106)
  • Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea def. Kim Bo-Ram, Korea (114-113)
  • Magnus Petersson, Sweden def. Jang Yong-Ho, Korea (111-108)

Semifinals

  • Justin Huish, United States def. Paul Vermeiren, Belgium (112-103)
  • Magnus Petersson, Sweden def. Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea (112-109)

Bronze medal match

Oh's score of 115 in the match was an Olympic record for a 12-arrow match, as well as combining with the 114 and 109 to set a world record at 338 for the 36 arrow final round.

  • Oh Kyo-Moon, Korea def. Paul Vermeiren, Belgium (115-110)

Final

  • Justin Huish, United States def. Magnus Petersson, Sweden (112-107)

References

  • Official Report
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