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Team, Men

Date16 – 22 September 2000
StatusOlympic
LocationSydney International Archery Park, Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales
Participants42 from 14 countries
FormatTeams consisted of three archers. Ranking rounds scores based on scores carried over from individual ranking round. 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. Ties in that round were broken by the number of 10s shot in that round and then the number of 9s shot in that round. If still tied the score in the preceding round was used as the tie-breaker, followed by number of 10s, and then number of 9s in the preceding round. Team event shot entirely at 70 metres. Matches consisted of 27 arrows, 9 per archer.
Olympic Record (Match, 108 arrows)992 / United States USA / 28 September 1988
Olympic Record (Match, 27 arrows)265 / Chinese Taipei TPE / 28 September 1988
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 108 arrows)1,017 / Republic of Korea KOR / 28 July 1996
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 108 arrows, 30 metres)1,047 / United States USA / 27 September 1988
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 108 arrows, 50 metres)973 / Italy ITA / 27 September 1988
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 108 arrows, 70 metres)1,000 / Republic of Korea KOR / 31 July – 1 August 1992
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 108 arrows, 90 metres)917 / Republic of Korea KOR / 27 September 1988
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 216 arrows)2,031 WR / Republic of Korea KOR / 28 July 1996
Olympic Record (Ranking Round, 432 arrows)3,938 / Republic of Korea KOR / 31 July – 1 August 1992

The two top teams in the world were Korea, which had won the World Championship in 1995 and 1997, and Italy, the 1999 World Champions. There were no surprises in Sydney as both teams moved to the final, where Korea won the gold medal easily, 255-247. The defending champion American team won the bronze medal over Russia, in a match which was tied, the Americans winning in a shoot-out.

PosCompetitor(s)NOC
1Republic of KoreaKORGold
Jang Yong-HoOh Gyo-MunKim Cheong-Tae
2ItalyITASilver
Matteo BisianiMichele FrangilliIlario Di Buò
3United StatesUSABronze
Rod WhiteVic WunderleButch Johnson
4Russian FederationRUS
Balzhinima TsyrempilovBair BadyonovYury Leontyev
5TurkeyTUR
Serdar ŞatirÖzdemir AkbalHasan Orbay
6SwedenSWE
Magnus PeterssonNiklas ErikssonMattias Eriksson
7KazakhstanKAZ
Stanislav ZabrodskyAleksandr LiVadim Shikarev
8UkraineUKR
Ihor ParkhomenkoSerhiy AntonovViktor Kurchenko
9NetherlandsNED
Wietse van AltenHenk VogelsFred van Zutphen
10NorwayNOR
Lars Erik HumlekjærMartinus GrovBård Nesteng
11FranceFRA
Lionel TorrésJocelyn de GrandisSébastien Flûte
12AustraliaAUS
Simon FairweatherMatt GrayScott Hunter-Russell
13People's Republic of ChinaCHN
Fu ShengjunYang BoTang Hua
14JapanJPN
Yuji HamanoTakayoshi MatsushitaMasafumi Makiyama

Ranking Round (16 September 2000 — 14:00-16:15)

Ranking round for placement into single-elimination tournament.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1Republic of KoreaKOR1,980
Jang Yong-Ho665
Oh Gyo-Mun660
Kim Cheong-Tae655
2United StatesUSA1,921
Rod White651
Vic Wunderle643
Butch Johnson627
3KazakhstanKAZ1,916
Stanislav Zabrodsky649
Aleksandr Li635
Vadim Shikarev632
4TurkeyTUR1,899
Serdar Şatir637
Özdemir Akbal636
Hasan Orbay626
5NetherlandsNED1,899
Wietse van Alten638
Henk Vogels634
Fred van Zutphen627
6ItalyITA1,895
Matteo Bisiani634
Michele Frangilli634
Ilario Di Buò627
7SwedenSWE1,891
Magnus Petersson646
Niklas Eriksson629
Mattias Eriksson616
8People's Republic of ChinaCHN1,886
Fu Shengjun635
Yang Bo632
Tang Hua619
9UkraineUKR1,878
Ihor Parkhomenko632
Serhiy Antonov631
Viktor Kurchenko615
10AustraliaAUS1,876
Simon Fairweather642
Matt Gray631
Scott Hunter-Russell603
11FranceFRA1,874
Lionel Torrés639
Jocelyn de Grandis632
Sébastien Flûte603
12Russian FederationRUS1,870
Balzhinima Tsyrempilov635
Bair Badyonov618
Yury Leontyev617
13JapanJPN1,841
Yuji Hamano623
Takayoshi Matsushita614
Masafumi Makiyama604
14NorwayNOR1,839
Lars Erik Humlekjær613
Martinus Grov613
Bård Nesteng613

Round One (22 September 2000 — 09:00-10:36)

Winner of each match advanced to the quarter-finals.

Match #1 KOR bye
Match #2 UKR 244 – 235CHN
Match #3 RUS 248 – 241NED
Match #4 TUR 253 – 231JPN
Match #5 KAZ 246 – 241NOR
Match #6 ITA 250 – 239FRA
Match #7 SWE 241 – 238AUS
Match #8 USA bye

Quarter-Finals (22 September 2000 — 10:50-11:36)

Winner of each match advanced to the semi-finals.

Match #1 KOR 258 – 236UKR
Match #2 RUS 247 – 245TUR
Match #3 ITA 249 – 244KAZ
Match #4 USA 255 – 244SWE

Semi-Finals (22 September 2000 — 14:00-14:46)

Winner of each match advanced to the final round.

Match #1 KOR 240 – 229RUS
Match #2 ITA 244 – 241USA

Final Round (22 September 2000 — 14:56-15:42)

Match 1-2 KOR 255 – 247ITA
Match 3-4 USA 239 – 239RUS