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Archery at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's individual

The men's individual archery event at the 2008 Summer Olympics was part of the archery programme and took place at the Olympic Green Archery Field. Ranking Round was scheduled for 9 August. First and second elimination rounds took place on 13 August, and eights, quarterfinal, semifinals and medals matches were staged on 15 August. All archery was done at a range of 70 metres, with targets 1.22 metres in diameter.

Men's individual
at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad
Park Kyung-Mo.JPG
Silver medallist Park Kyung-Mo, during a round of 32 match against Kuo Cheng Wei
VenueOlympic Green Archery Field
Dates9–15 August
Competitors64 from 37 nations
Winning score113
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Viktor Ruban  Ukraine
2nd, silver medalist(s) Park Kyung-Mo  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Bair Badënov  Russia
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Marco Galiazzo was at Beijing to defend his Olympic Gold Medal won on Athens but failed to qualify for the finals after being defeated in the Round of 32. Japanese Hiroshi Yamamoto, silver at the last Games, and Australian Tim Cuddihy did not participate at the Chinese Games.

64 archers from 37 countries qualified for the event at the Beijing Olympics. The 44th Outdoor Archery World championship, held in Leipzig, Germany, plus 5 continental qualification tournaments and a Final World Qualification Tournament selected 61 slots for the event, along with 3 Tripartite Commission Invitations.

The competition began with the ranking round. Each archer fired 72 arrows. This round was done entirely to seed the elimination brackets; all archers moved on to them. The elimination rounds used a single-elimination tournament, with fixed brackets based on the ranking round seeding. In each round of elimination, the two archers in each match fired 12 arrows; the archer with the higher score advanced to the next round while the other archer was eliminated. Unlike in previous years, in which the first three rounds used an 18-arrow match, the 12-arrow match was used throughout the 2008 tournament.

Contents

ScheduleEdit

 
Men's individual

All times are China Standard Time (UTC+8)

Date Time Round
Saturday, 9 August 2008 15:30-17:30 Ranking Round
Wednesday, 13 August 2008 10:00-12:35
15:30-18:05
Round of 64, Round of 32
Friday, 15 August 2008 10:30-12:15 Round of 16
Friday, 15 August 2008 16:00-16:52 Quarterfinals
Friday, 15 August 2008 16:52-17:20 Semifinals
Friday, 15 August 2008 17:21-17:50 Finals

RecordsEdit

Prior to this competition, the existing world and Olympic records were as follows.

  • 72 arrow ranking round
World record   Im Dong-Hyun (KOR) 687[1] Athens, Greece 12 August 2004
Olympic record   Michele Frangilli (ITA) 684 Atlanta, United States 28 July 1996
  • 12 arrow match
World record   Choi Won-jong (KOR) 120 Ulsan, South Korea 18 October 2005
Olympic record   Lee Chang-hwan (KOR) 115 Beijing, China 13 August 2008

The following new world and Olympic records were set during this competition.

Date Record Round Name Nationality Score OR WR
13 August 12 arrow match Round of 64 Jacek Proc   Poland 116 OR
13 August 12 arrow match Round of 32 Lee Chang-hwan   South Korea 117 OR

ResultsEdit

Ranking RoundEdit

Rank Archer Nation Score
1 Juan René Serrano   Mexico 679
2 Mangal Singh Champia   India 678
3 Viktor Ruban   Ukraine 678
4 Park Kyung-Mo   South Korea 676
5 Wan Kalmizam   Malaysia 674
6 Balzhinima Tsyrempilov   Russia 671
7 Simon Terry   Great Britain 670
8 Im Dong-Hyun   South Korea 670
9 Ilario Di Buò   Italy 670
10 Lee Chang-Hwan   South Korea 669
11 Wang Cheng Pang   Chinese Taipei 667
12 Marco Galiazzo   Italy 667
13 Rafał Dobrowolski   Poland 667
14 Sky Kim   Australia 665
15 Brady Ellison   United States 664
16 Crispin Duenas   Canada 664
17 Takaharu Furukawa   Japan 663
18 Xue Haifeng   China 663
19 Jacek Proć   Poland 661
20 Oleksandr Serdyuk   Ukraine 661
21 Alan Wills   Great Britain 661
22 Ryuichi Moriya   Japan 661
23 Yusuf Ergin   Turkey 660
24 Eduardo Vélez   Mexico 660
25 Andrey Abramov   Russia 660
26 Cheng Chu Sian   Malaysia 660
27 Muhammad Marbawi   Malaysia 659
28 Juan Carlos Stevens   Cuba 659
29 Kuo Cheng Wei   Chinese Taipei 659
30 Michael Naray   Australia 658
31 Bair Badënov   Russia 658
32 Markiyan Ivashko   Ukraine 658
33 Daniel Morillo   Spain 657
34 Laurence Godfrey   Great Britain 657
35 Jean-Charles Valladont   France 656
36 Mark Javier   Philippines 654
37 Calvin Hartley   South Africa 654
38 Chen Szu Yuan   Chinese Taipei 654
39 Matthew Gray   Australia 654
40 Richard Johnson   United States 653
41 Vic Wunderle   United States 652
42 Nuno Pombo   Portugal 650
43 Piotr Piątek   Poland 649
44 Mauro Nespoli   Italy 649
45 Jens Pieper   Germany 648
46 Li Wenquan   China 646
47 Jason Lyon   Canada 646
48 Maksim Kunda   Belarus 646
49 Magnus Petersson   Sweden 646
50 John David Burnes   Canada 644
51 Romain Girouille   France 641
52 Nay Myo Aung   Myanmar 637
53 Niels Dall   Denmark 634
54 Tashi Peljor   Bhutan 632
55 Jiang Lin   China 632
56 Martin Bulíř   Czech Republic 629
57 Ali Al-Yazidi   Qatar 627
58 Matti Hatava   Finland 619
59 Daniel Pavlov   Bulgaria 618
60 Alexandru Bodnar   Romania 614
61 Luiz Trainini   Brazil 610
62 Maged Youssef   Egypt 605
63 Hojjatollah Vaezi   Iran 604
64 Joseph Muaausa   Samoa 563

Competition bracketEdit

Section 1Edit

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
            
1   Juan René Serrano (MEX) 116
64   Joseph Muaausa (SAM) 88
1   Juan René Serrano (MEX) 112
33   Daniel Morillo (ESP) 111
32   Markivan Ivashko (UKR) 107
33   Daniel Morillo (ESP) 115
1   Juan René Serrano (MEX) 110
48   Maksim Kunda (BLR) 106
16   Crispin Duenas (CAN) 10818
49   Magnus Petersson (SWE) 10819
49   Magnus Petersson (SWE) 110
48   Maksim Kunda (BLR) 112
17   Furukawa Takaharu (JPN) 11118
48   Maksim Kunda (BLR) 11119
1   Juan René Serrano (MEX) 113
41   Vic Wunderle (USA) 106
8   Im Dong-Hyun (KOR) 108
57   Ali Al-Yazidi (QAT) 103
8   Im Dong-Hyun (KOR) 115
40   Butch Johnson (USA) 106
25   Andrey Abramov (RUS) 10925
40   Butch Johnson (USA) 10926
8   Im Dong-Hyun (KOR) 111
41   Vic Wunderle (USA) 113
9   Ilario Di Buò (ITA) 111
56   Martin Bulíř (CZE) 100
9   Ilario Di Buò (ITA) 10817
41   Vic Wunderle (USA) 10819
24   Eduardo Vélez (MEX) 102
41   Vic Wunderle (USA) 106

Section 2Edit

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
            
4   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 116
61   Luiz Trainini (BRA) 99
4   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 111
29   Kuo Cheng Wei (TPE) 110
29   Kuo Cheng Wei (TPE) 106
36   Mark Javier (PHI) 102
4   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 113
13   Rafał Dobrowolski (POL) 105
13   Rafał Dobrowolski (POL) 110
52   Nay Myo Aung (MYA) 106
13   Rafał Dobrowolski (POL) 1119
20   Oleksandr Serdyuk (UKR) 1118
20   Oleksandr Serdyuk (UKR) 107
45   Jens Pieper (GER) 105
4   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 10819
28   Juan Carlos Stevens (CUB) 10817
5   Wan Kalmizam (MAS) 105
60   Alexandru Bodnar (ROU) 106
60   Alexandru Bodnar (ROU) 101
28   Juan Carlos Stevens (CUB) 108
28   Juan Carlos Stevens (CUB) 10719
37   Calvin Hartley (RSA) 10718
28   Juan Carlos Stevens (CUB) 108
21   Alan Wills (GBR) 104
12   Marco Galiazzo (ITA) 114
53   Niels Dall (DEN) 97
12   Marco Galiazzo (ITA) 109
21   Alan Wills (GBR) 110
21   Alan Wills (GBR) 103
44   Mauro Nespoli (ITA) 99

Section 3Edit

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
            
3   Viktor Ruban (UKR) 111
62   Maged Youssef (EGY) 96
3   Viktor Ruban (UKR) 115
30   Michael Naray (AUS) 105
30   Michael Naray (AUS) 108
35   Jean-Charles Valladont (FRA) 106
3   Viktor Ruban (UKR) 114
19   Jacek Proć (POL) 108
19   Jacek Proć (POL) 116(OR)
46   Li Wenquan (CHN) 111
19   Jacek Proć (POL) 111
14   Sky Kim (AUS) 110
14   Sky Kim (AUS) 112
51   Romain Girouille (FRA) 110
3   Viktor Ruban (UKR) 115
22   Moriya Ryuichi (JPN) 106
6   Balzhinima Tsyrempilov (RUS) 112
59   Daniel Pavlov (BUL) 102
6   Balzhinima Tsyrempilov (RUS) 109
38   Chen Szu Yuan (TPE) 101
27   Muhammad Marbawi (MAS) 106
38   Chen Szu Yuan (TPE) 107
6   Balzhinima Tsyrempilov (RUS) 110
22   Moriya Ryuichi (JPN) 113
22   Moriya Ryuichi (JPN) 10910
43   Piotr Piątek (POL) 1099
22   Moriya Ryuichi (JPN) 114
11   Wang Cheng Pang (TPE) 109
11   Wang Cheng Pang (TPE) 110
54   Tashi Peljor (BHU) 100

Section 4Edit

Round of 64 Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals
            
7   Simon Terry (GBR) 104
58   Matti Hatava (FIN) 105
58   Matti Hatava (FIN) 103
26   Cheng Chu Sian (MAS) 110
26   Cheng Chu Sian (MAS) 109
39   Matthew Gray (AUS) 101
26   Cheng Chu Sian (MAS) 10519
10   Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR) 10518
23   Yusuf Ergin (TUR) 106
42   Nuno Pombo (POR) 103
23   Yusuf Ergin (TUR) 109
10   Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR) 117(OR)
10   Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR) 112
55   Jiang Lin (CHN) 108
26   Cheng Chu Sian (MAS) 104
31   Bair Badënov (RUS) 109
15   Brady Ellison (USA) 111
50   John Burnes (CAN) 89
15   Brady Ellison (USA) 107
47   Jason Lyon (CAN) 113
18   Xue Haifeng (CHN) 106
47   Jason Lyon (CAN) 111
47   Jason Lyon (CAN) 110
31   Bair Badënov (RUS) 115
31   Bair Badënov (RUS) 114
34   Laurence Godfrey (GBR) 109
31   Bair Badënov (RUS) 109
2   Mangal Singh Champia (IND) 108
2   Mangal Singh Champia (IND) 112
63   Hojjatollah Vaezi (IRI) 98

FinalsEdit

 
SemifinalsFinal
 
      
 
 
 
 
  Juan René Serrano (MEX) 112
 
 
 
  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 115
 
  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 112
 
 
 
  Viktor Ruban (UKR) 113
 
  Viktor Ruban (UKR)11220
 
 
  Bair Badënov (RUS) 11218
 
Bronze medal match
 
 
 
 
 
  Juan René Serrano (MEX) 110
 
 
  Bair Badënov (RUS) 115
Rank Athlete 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Note
    Viktor Ruban (UKR) 9 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 9 9 9 10 113 Gold Medal Match
    Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 9 112 Gold Medal Match
    Bair Badënov (RUS) 10 9 9 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 115 Bronze Medal Match
4   Juan René Serrano (MEX) 9 10 10 10 9 7 10 9 8 9 9 10 110 Bronze Medal Match

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ This result is not recognized by the International Olympic Committee as an Olympic record, as the ranking round took place on 12 August, before the 2004 opening ceremony.