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Archery at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games:

Women's Individual

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Host City: Barcelona, Spain
Venue(s): Olympic Archery Field, Barcelona
Date Started: July 31, 1992
Date Finished: August 2, 1992
Format: Single FITA Round Ranking Round, followed by single-elimination tournament among the top 32 qualifiers. FITA Round consists of 36 arrows at 30 metres, 50 metres, 70 metres and 90 metres, or 144 arrows total. All matches consisted of 12 arrows at 70 metres.

Gold: KOR Cho Yun-Jeong
Silver: KOR Kim Su-Nyeong
Bronze: EUN Natalia Valeeva

Summary

The heavy favorite was the 1988 gold medalist, Korean Kim Su-Nyeong, who had also won the 1989 and 1991 World Championships. But in the ranking round her teammate Cho Yun-Jeong broke the world record to qualify first. Cho and Kim advanced through to the final, where Cho won the gold medal 112-105. A few days later the two would lead Korea to gold in the team competition.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Cho Yun-Jeong 22 South Korea KOR Gold
2 Kim Su-Nyeong 21 South Korea KOR Silver
3 Natalia Valeeva 22 Unified Team EUN Bronze
4 Wang Xiaozhu 19 China CHN
5 Denise Parker 18 United States USA
6 Khatuna Kvrivishvili-Lorig 18 Unified Team EUN
7 Lai Fang-Mei 31 Chinese Taipei TPE
8 Alison Williamson 20 Great Britain GBR
9 Séverine Bonal 20 France FRA
10 Joanna Nowicka-Kwaśna 25 Poland POL
11 Jennifer O'Donnell 18 United States USA
12 Lin Yi-Yin 19 Chinese Taipei TPE
13 Ma Xiangjun 27 China CHN
14 Lee Eun-Gyeong 20 South Korea KOR
15 Natalia Nasaridze-Çakir 19 Turkey TUR
16 Judit Kovács 36 Hungary HUN
17 Jargalyn Otgon 35 Mongolia MGL
18 Jenny Sjöwall 20 Sweden SWE
19 Kim Jong-Hwa 22 North Korea PRK
20 Jacqueline van Rozendaal-van Gerven 28 Netherlands NED
21 Maria Testa 36 Italy ITA
22 Nathalie Hibon 23 France FRA
23 Christel Verstegen 19 Netherlands NED
24 Purnama Pandiangan 23 Indonesia INA
25 Sherry Block 21 United States USA
26 Ana de Sousa 22 Portugal POR
27 Loedmila Arzjannikova 34 Unified Team EUN
28 Lise-Lotte Djerf 29 Sweden SWE
29 Li Myong-Gum 24 North Korea PRK
30 Zehra Öktem 32 Turkey TUR
31 Wang Hong 27 China CHN
32 Edyta Korotkin 20 Poland POL
33 Nurfitriyana Saiman-Lantang 30 Indonesia INA
34 Kristina Persson-Nordlander 23 Sweden SWE
35 Marina Szendey 21 Hungary HUN
36 Joanne Franks-Edens 24 Great Britain GBR
37 Faye Johnstone 30 New Zealand NZL
38 Jeannette Goergen-Philip 44 Luxembourg LUX
39 Elif Ekşi 25 Turkey TUR
40 Rusena Gelanteh 24 Indonesia INA
41T Teresa Fernández 42 Spain ESP
41T Christine Gabillard 22 France FRA
43 Astrid Hänschen 25 Germany GER
44 Cornelia Pfohl 21 Germany GER
45 Aurora Bréton 42 Mexico MEX
46 Sylvia Harris 27 Great Britain GBR
47 Keiko Nakagomi 22 Japan JPN
48 Reiko Fujita 20 Japan JPN
49 Yukiko Ikeda 21 Japan JPN
50 Iwona Okrzesik 20 Poland POL
51 Liu Pi-Yu 23 Chinese Taipei TPE
52 Sin Song-Hui 22 North Korea PRK
53 Marion Wagner 24 Germany GER
54 Tímea Kiss 19 Hungary HUN
55 María Echavarría 32 Colombia COL
56 Rieta Schenk 47 South Africa RSA
57 Patricia Obregón 40 Costa Rica CRC
58 Karma Tshomo 18 Bhutan BHU
59 Sjan van Dijk 28 Netherlands NED
60 Pem Tshering 16 Bhutan BHU
61 Namgyal Lhamu 18 Bhutan BHU