Archery at the 1984 Summer Paralympics

Archery at the 1984 Summer Paralympics consisted of eighteen events, fourteen for men and four for women.

Archery
at the VII Paralympic Games
Archery pictogram (Paralympics).svg
Paralympic Archery
Competitors126 from 24 nations
1980
1988

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)4217
2  Sweden (SWE)3003
3  Belgium (BEL)2204
4  Great Britain (GBR)2147
5  Austria (AUT)2103
6  Norway (NOR)1012
  United States (USA)1012
  West Germany (FRG)1012
9  Canada (CAN)1001
  Switzerland (SUI)1001
11  Netherlands (NED)0303
12  Australia (AUS)0213
13  Japan (JPN)0101
  South Korea (KOR)0101
  Spain (ESP)0101
16  Finland (FIN)0022
  Italy (ITA)0022
Totals (17 nations)18141345

Participating nationsEdit

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Double advanced metric round paraplegic
details
J. M. Chapuis
  France
C. Bouchite
  France
Patrick Krishner
  United States
Double advanced metric round team 1A-6
details
  France (FRA)
Double advanced metric round tetraplegic
details
G. Frank
  Austria
Ian Trewhella
  Australia
Ernest Arnold
  Great Britain
Double FITA round C1-C2
details
David Barefoot
  Canada
Double FITA round C3,C6
details
Philip Thorne
  Great Britain
Double FITA round division 3
details
Kjell Løvvold
  Norway
Alfons Kuys
  Belgium
Benoit Tanquerel
  France
Double FITA round integrated
details
Jan Thulin
  Sweden
Antonio Rebollo
  Spain
Raimo Tirronen
  Finland
Double FITA round paraplegic
details
Guy Grun
  Belgium
J. Weijers
  Netherlands
Heikki Laukkanen
  Finland
Double FITA round team 1A-6
details
  Belgium (BEL)   Netherlands (NED)   Great Britain (GBR)
Jim Buchanan
Michael Harvey-Murray
Sandy Gregory
Double FITA round team integrated
details
  Sweden (SWE)
Jan Thulin
Nicolai Babkin
Arne Tjernell
  France (FRA)
Rene Ducret
George Hamart
Daniel Lelon
  West Germany (FRG)
Manfred Boeckers
Manfred Brenne
Kilmar Butenhoff
Double FITA round tetraplegic
details
Felix Lettner
  Austria
K. Koneman
  Netherlands
Oddbjorn Stebekk
  Norway
Double short metric round paraplegic
details
Michel Baudois
  Switzerland
H. S. Kim
  South Korea
Pasquale de Masi
  Italy
Double short metric round tetraplegic
details
Kenneth Holm
  Sweden
Short metric round team 1A-6
details
  France (FRA)   Australia (AUS)
Ian Trewhella
David Higgins
Stephen Austen
  Great Britain (GBR)
Ernest Arnold
Kevin Bowser
James Martin

Women's eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Double FITA round division 3
details
Helen Hilderley
  Great Britain
Beverley Leaper
  Great Britain
Double FITA round integrated
details
Anneliese Dersen
  West Germany
Martine Lacomblez
  Belgium
Irene Monaco
  Italy
Double FITA round paraplegic
details
Susan Hagel
  United States
Hifumi Suzuki
  Japan
Susan Davies
  Australia
Double short metric round paraplegic
details
M. P. Balme
  France
Rosa Schweizer
  Austria
Anne Gray
  Great Britain

ReferencesEdit