Olympics
Here is information on Archery Olympic records, including Archery Olympic records for men and women.

Archery

Archery was first played in the Olympic Games in 1900 and thereafter in 1904, 1908, and 1920, though the origin of the raw form of the sport i.e. hunting can be traced back to 10,000 years ago. Today, it is one of the most popular sports in the world and is practiced in over 140 countries. Hubert van Innis of Belgium is the most celebrated archer in Olympic history, winning six gold medals and three silvers in 1900 and 1920. After 1920, archery was withdrawn from the Olympics and reappeared, after more than half a decade, in 1972, with an individual event for men and for women in which the Americans John Williams and Doreen Wilber of the USA won the gold medals. Lee Chang-Hwan of Korea currently holds the world record score of 117 made in 12 arrows match in the Beijing Olympics. The team event debuted in Seoul 1988 Games. In the London Olympics 2012, the Archery competition will be held at the Lord's Cricket Ground from 27th July to 3rd August. A total number of 128 competitors, 64 men and 64 women will be participating in the sport in different events. More records are expected to be broken and set. Here is the complete list of the Olympic Records made in the different events of Archery over the years.

Men's Individual Event - Archery

Men's Team Event - Archery

Women's Individual

Women's Team Olympic Round


Au Chapelet 33 Meter

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium
Victor Thibaud
France
Charles Frédéric Petit
France

Au Chapelet 50 Meter

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Eugène Mougin
France
Henri Helle
France
Émile Mercier
France

Au Cordon Dore 33 Meter

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium
Victor Thibaud
France
Charles Frédéric Petit
France

Au Cordon Dore 50 Meter

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Henri Hérouin
France
Hubert Van Innis
Belgium
Henri Helle
France

Men's Continental style

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1908 Eugène Grisot
France
Louis Vernet
France
Gustave Cabaret
France

Men's Doubles American Round

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 George Bryant
United States
Robert Williams
United States
William Thompson
United States

Men's Doubles York Round

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 George Bryant
United States
Robert Williams
United States
William Thompson
United States
1908 William Dod
Great Britain
Reginald Brooks-King
Great Britain
Henry B. Richardson
United States

Men's Individual 28 Meter Moving Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium
Léonce Gaston Quentin
France


Men's Individual 33 Meter Moving Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium
Julien Louis Brule
France


Men's Individual 50 Meter Moving Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Julien Louis Brule
France
Hubert Van Innis
Belgium


Men's Individual Fixed Large Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Edmond Cloetens
Belgium
Louis van de Perck
Belgium
Firmin Flamand
Belgium

Men's Individual Fixed Small Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Edmond van Moer
Belgium
Louis van de Perck
Belgium
Joseph Hermans
Belgium

Men's Team 33 Meter Moving Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Hubert Van Innis, Alphonse Allaert, Edmond de Knibber, Louis Delcon, Jérome de Mayer, Pierre van Thielt, Louis Fierens and Louis van Beeck
Belgium
Julien Louis Brulé, Léonce Gaston Quentin, Pascal Fauvel, Eugène Grisot, Eugène Richez, Artur Mabellon, Léon Epin and Paul Leroy
France


Men's Team 50 Meter Moving Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Hubert Van Innis, Alphonse Allaert, Edmond de Knibber, Louis Delcon, Jérome de Mayer, Pierre van Thielt, Louis Fierens and Louis van Beeck
Belgium
Julien Louis Brulé, Léonce Gaston Quentin, Pascal Fauvel, Eugène Grisot, Eugène Richez, Artur Mabellon, Léon Epin and Paul Leroy
France


Men's Team Fixed Large Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Edmond Cloetens, Louis van de Perck, Firmin Flamand, Edmond van Moer, Joseph Hermans and Auguste van de Verre
Belgium



Men's Team Fixed Small Bird

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1920 Edmond Cloetens, Louis van de Perck, Firmin Flamand, Edmond van Moer, Joseph Hermans and Auguste van de Verre
Belgium



Men's Team Round

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 Louis Maxson, Galen Spencer, William Thompson, Robert Williams
United States
William Clark, Samuel Duvall, Charles Hubbard, Charles Woodruff
United States
George Bryant, Wallace Bryant, Cyrus Edwin Dallin, Henry B. Richardson
United States

Sur la Perche à la Herse

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Emmanuel Foulon
Belgium
Auguste Serrurier, Emile Druart
France, Belgium


Sur la Perche à la Pyramide

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Emile Grumiaux
France
Auguste Serrurier
France
Louis Glineux
Belgium

Women's Doubles Columbia Round

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 Matilda Howell
United States
Emma Cooke
United States
Eliza Pollock
United States

Women's Doubles National Round

Year
Gold Silver Bronze
1904 Matilda Howell
United States
Emma Cooke
United States
Eliza Pollock
United States
1908 Queenie Newall
Great Britain
Lottie Dod
Great Britain
Beatrice Hill-Lowe
Great Britain