- 2000 Summer Olympics
- Team, Men
|Date||16 – 22 September 2000|
|Location||Sydney International Archery Park, Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales|
|Participants||42 from 14 countries|
|Format||Teams 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.
Ranking Round (16 September 2000 — 14:00-16:15)
Ranking round for placement into single-elimination tournament.
|1||Republic of Korea||KOR||1,980|
|Wietse van Alten||638|
|Fred van Zutphen||627|
|Ilario Di Buò||627|
|8||People's Republic of China||CHN||1,886|
|Jocelyn de Grandis||632|
|Lars Erik Humlekjær||613|
Round One (22 September 2000 — 09:00-10:36)
Winner of each match advanced to the quarter-finals.
Quarter-Finals (22 September 2000 — 10:50-11:36)
Winner of each match advanced to the semi-finals.
Semi-Finals (22 September 2000 — 14:00-14:46)
Winner of each match advanced to the final round.
Final Round (22 September 2000 — 14:56-15:42)