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Archery at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games:

Men's Individual

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Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): El Dorado Park, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 8, 1984
Date Finished: August 11, 1984
Format: Double FITA Round. FITA Round consists of 36 arrows at 30 metres, 50 metres, 70 metres, and 90 metres, or 144 arrows. Double FITA Round consists of 288 arrows total.

Gold: USA Darrell Pace
Silver: USA Rick McKinney
Bronze: JPN Hiroshi Yamamoto

Summary

The top two archers in the world since 1976 had been Americans Darrell Pace and Rick McKinney. Pace had won the 1976 Olympic gold medal and was World Champion in 1975 and 1979, while McKinney won the World title in 1977 and 1983, where he defeated Pace on the final arrow. The Los Angeles competition was not that close, as Pace took the early lead and was never headed. McKinney actually needed a 10 on his final arrow to secure the silver medal, which he did. McKinney won his third World Championship in 1985. Both Pace and McKinney competed in 1988 at Seoul, McKinney placing sixth and Pace ninth.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS TH 10s
1 Darrell Pace 27 United States USA Gold 2,616 OR
2 Rick McKinney 30 United States USA Silver 2,564
3 Hiroshi Yamamoto 21 Japan JPN Bronze 2,563
4 Takayoshi Matsushita 31 Japan JPN 2,552
5 Tomi Poikolainen 22 Finland FIN 2,538
6 Göran Bjerendal 32 Sweden SWE 2,522
7 Marnix Vervinck 24 Belgium BEL 2,519
8 Gu Ja-Cheong 17 South Korea KOR 2,500
9 Harry Wittig 23 West Germany FRG 2,497
10 Armin Garnreiter 26 West Germany FRG 2,494
11 Choi Won-Tae 16 South Korea KOR 2,490
12 Glenn Meyers 23 United States USA 2,488
13 Tiny Reniers 36 Netherlands NED 2,486 288 89
14 Patrick De Koning 23 Belgium BEL 2,486 288 82
15 Detlef Kahlert 21 West Germany FRG 2,486 288 73
16 Suradi Rukimin 24 Indonesia INA 2,485
17 Gerard Douis 32 France FRA 2,485
18 Ba Yongshan 22 China CHN 2,483
19 Gert Bjerendal 29 Sweden SWE 2,481
20 Thomas Hardmeier 21 Switzerland SUI 2,476
21 Steven Hallard 19 Great Britain GBR 2,473
22 Jeon In-Su 19 South Korea KOR 2,467
23 Jan Roger Skyttesæter 28 Norway NOR 2,465
24 André Braun 40 Luxembourg LUX 2,459
25 Giancarlo Ferrari 41 Italy ITA 2,455
26 Willy Van Den Bossche 35 Belgium BEL 2,454
27 Tommy Quick 29 Sweden SWE 2,447
28 Kyösti Laasonen 38 Finland FIN 2,443
29 Ilario Di Buò 27 Italy ITA 2,437
30 Peter Gillam 28 Great Britain GBR 2,435
31 Christopher Blake 31 Australia AUS 2,434
32 Claude Rohla 32 Luxembourg LUX 2,421
33 Adolfo González 21 Mexico MEX 2,418
34 Dale Lightfoot 19 New Zealand NZL 2,417
35 Philippe Loyen 21 France FRA 2,411
36 Zhang Zheng 21 China CHN 2,405
37 Manuel Rubio 32 Spain ESP 2,390
38 Feng Zemin 26 China CHN 2,389
39 Gilles Cresto 24 Monaco MON 2,389
40 Kemal Erer 36 Turkey TUR 2,386
41 Juan Echavarría 22 Colombia COL 2,379
42 Tu Chih-Chen 18 Chinese Taipei TPE 2,376
43 Donald Pandiangan 38 Indonesia INA 2,374
44 Emilio Dutra e Mello 29 Brazil BRA 2,363
45 Izzet Avcı 35 Turkey TUR 2,361
46 Amphol Amalekajorn 34 Thailand THA 2,342
47 José Prieto 38 Spain ESP 2,341
48 Richard Priestman 29 Great Britain GBR 2,339
49 Markku Syrjälä 29 Finland FIN 2,333
50 Wachera Piyapattra 23 Thailand THA 2,328
51 Rui Santos 17 Portugal POR 2,324
52 Ichiro Shimamura 35 Japan JPN 2,312
53 Thinley Dorji 33 Bhutan BHU 2,298
54 Steve Yuen 24 Hong Kong HKG 2,223
55 Nawang-Dash Pelzang 33 Bhutan BHU 2,221
56 Lo Kam Kuen 24 Hong Kong HKG 2,193
57 Fok Ming Shan 26 Hong Kong HKG 2,165
58 Ismael Rivera 33 Puerto Rico PUR 2,089
59 Mansour Al-Hamad 17 Saudi Arabia KSA 1,998
60 Lhendup Tshering 37 Bhutan BHU 1,997
61 Faisal Al-Basam 18 Saudi Arabia KSA 1,993
62 Youssef Jawdat 20 Saudi Arabia KSA 1,716