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Archery at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Games:

Women's Individual

Archery at the 2016 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

Events:

Host City: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Venue(s): Sambadrome, Rio de Janeiro
Date Started: August 5, 2016
Date Finished: August 11, 2016
Format: Ranking round consisted of 72 arrows at 70 m. Matches consisted of 12 arrows. Tie-breaking for the final placements was done by the following method. Losers in each round were ranked according to the score they shot in that round. Matches shot entirely at 70 metres.

Gold: KOR Chang Hye-Jin
Silver: GER Lisa Unruh
Bronze: KOR Ki Bo-Bae

Summary

The Korean trio, victorious in the team competition, also led the field after the ranking round in the individual event. [Chang Hye-Jin] eventually proved to be unbeatable in the elimination rounds, with her teammates [Ki Bo-Bae] and [Choi Mi-Sun] finishing in third and eighth place, respectively. The surprise silver medalist in a keenly contested final was Germany’s [Lisa Unruh] who was in 21st place after the ranking round, but went on to win her country’s first individual medal in archery. [Alejandra Valencia] of Mexico beat the world number one Choi in the semifinal quarter-final surprisingly in straight sets, 6-0, thus preventing any chance the Koreans had of a clean sweep of medals. Although Valencia finished the ranking round 13 places ahead of Unruh, the German won their semi-final match by three sets to one. The 2012 gold medalist Ki had to settle for bronze after being defeated by Choi in an all-Korean semi-final. One of the most experienced female archers retired after her fourth Olympic appearance in Rio. Briton [Naomi Folkard] finished her career after losing to the eventual winner Chang in the quarter-final, and after three placings between 11 and 17 it was her first top-8 finish.

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Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal
1 Chang Hye-Jin 29 South Korea KOR Gold
2 Lisa Unruh 28 Germany GER Silver
3 Ki Bo-Bae 28 South Korea KOR Bronze
4 Alejandra Valencia 21 Mexico MEX
5 Tan Ya-Ting 22 Chinese Taipei TPE
6 Wu Jiaxin 19 China CHN
7 Naomi Folkard 32 Great Britain GBR
8 Choi Mi-Sun 20 South Korea KOR
9T Inna Stepanova 26 Russia RUS
9T Bombayla Devi 31 India IND
9T Cao Hui 24 China CHN
9T Deepika Kumari 22 India IND
9T Htwe San Yu 29 Myanmar MYA
9T Qi Yuhong 26 China CHN
9T Ane Marcelle dos Santos 22 Brazil BRA
9T Kang Un-Ju 21 North Korea PRK
17T Le Chien-Ying 26 Chinese Taipei TPE
17T Kseniya Perova 27 Russia RUS
17T Lin Shih-Chia 23 Chinese Taipei TPE
17T Yasemin Anagöz 17 Turkey TUR
17T Tuyana Dashidorzhiyeva 20 Russia RUS
17T Gabriela Bayardo 22 Mexico MEX
17T Guendalina Sartori 27 Italy ITA
17T Anastasiya Pavlova 21 Ukraine UKR
17T Veronika Marchenko 23 Ukraine UKR
17T Mackenzie Brown 21 United States USA
17T Alexandra Longová 22 Slovakia SVK
17T Alexandra Mirca 22 Moldova MDA
17T Alice Ingley 23 Australia AUS
17T Kaori Kawanaka 25 Japan JPN
17T Christine Bjerendal 29 Sweden SWE
17T Lidiya Sichenikova 23 Ukraine UKR
33T Yéssica Camilo 23 Dominican Republic DOM
33T Adriana Martín 20 Spain ESP
33T Natalia Sánchez 33 Colombia COL
33T Zahra Nemati 31 Iran IRI
33T Reem Mansour 22 Egypt EGY
33T Laurence Baldauff 41 Austria AUT
33T Karina Lipiarska-Pałka 29 Poland POL
33T Yuliya Lobzhenidze 38 Georgia GEO
33T Karma 26 Bhutan BHU
33T Olqa Senyuk 25 Azerbaijan AZE
33T Leidys Brito 32 Venezuela VEN
33T Shamoli Ray 22 Bangladesh BAN
33T Carolina Aguirre 20 Colombia COL
33T Kristine Esebua 31 Georgia GEO
33T Luiza Saidiyeva 22 Kazakhstan KAZ
33T Georcy Thiffeault Picard 25 Canada CAN
33T Shehzana Anwar 26 Kenya KEN
33T Laura Nurmsalu 22 Estonia EST
33T Claudia Mandia 23 Italy ITA
33T Taru Kuoppa 32 Finland FIN
33T Marina Canetta 27 Brazil BRA
33T Laxmirani Majhi 27 India IND
33T Aída Román 28 Mexico MEX
33T Yuki Hayashi 31 Japan JPN
33T Lucilla Boari 19 Italy ITA
33T Saori Nagamine 23 Japan JPN
33T Ika Rochmawati 27 Indonesia INA
33T Evangelia Psarra 42 Greece GRE
33T Sarah Nikitin 27 Brazil BRA
33T Ana María Rendón 30 Colombia COL
33T Khatuna Phutkaradze-Narimanidze 42 Georgia GEO
33T Lusitania Tatafu 18 Tonga TGA