Archery at the 1972 Summer Paralympics

Archery at the 1972 Summer Paralympics consisted of twelve events.

Archery
at the IV Paralympic Games
Archery pictogram (Paralympics).svg
Paralympic Archery
Competitors150 from 27 nations
1968
1976

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  West Germany (FRG)71311
2  South Africa (RSA)2204
3  France (FRA)2002
4  South Korea (KOR)1113
5  Great Britain (GBR)0314
6  United States (USA)0202
7  Australia (AUS)0112
  Japan (JPN)0112
  Netherlands (NED)0112
10  Italy (ITA)0011
Totals (10 nations)1212933

Participating nationsEdit

Medal summaryEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's FITA round open
details
E. Hammel
  West Germany
Roy Fowler
  Australia
P. Popkema
  Netherlands
Men's FITA round team open
details
  West Germany (FRG)
Willi Brinkmann
Elbracht
E. Hammel
  Netherlands (NED)
Peter Blanker
Popke Popkema
Gérard van Opdorp
  Australia (AUS)
Alan Conn
Roy Fowler
Tony South
Men's short western round open
details
W. Kokott
  South Africa
Jay Brown
  United States
Keun Soo Kim
  South Korea
Men's short western round team open
details
  France (FRA)
A. Piutti
Pytel
Seguin
  United States (USA)
Jay Brown
Patrick Krishner
McGee
  West Germany (FRG)
Bruckner
W. Flach
Spilger
Men's St. Nicholas round paraplegic
details
R. Schmidberger
  West Germany
Nakamura
  Japan
Busch
  West Germany
Men's St. Nicholas round tetraplegic
details
Steiner
  West Germany
Konkel
  West Germany
Kazumi Ohashi
  Japan
Women's FITA round open
details
Margaret Harriman
  South Africa
Margaret Gibbs
  Great Britain
Mireille Maraschin
  France
Women's short western round open
details
Girard
  France
van der Merwe
  South Africa
Becker
  West Germany
Women's St. Nicholas round paraplegic
details
Keum Im Cho
  South Korea
E. Wolvaardt
  South Africa
Chisa Yamahata
  Japan
Women's St. Nicholas round tetraplegic
details
Liebrecht
  West Germany
Barbara Anderson
  Great Britain
Jane Blackburn
  Great Britain
Mixed St. Nicholas round team paraplegic
details
  West Germany (FRG)
Busch
F. Herrmann
R. Schmidberger
  South Korea (KOR)
Keum Im Cho
Yong Heo
Hae Sik Lee
  Italy (ITA)
Iaculano Rocco Gaetano
Marras
Vittorio Paradiso
Mixed St. Nicholas round team tetraplegic
details
  West Germany (FRG)
Konkel
Liebrecht
Steiner
  Great Britain (GBR)
Barbara Anderson
Jane Blackburn
Tommy Taylor
None

ReferencesEdit