There are 128 qualifying places available for archery at the 2020 Olympics: 64 for men and 64 for women.   -  Getty Images

Qualification process:

The minimum qualifying standard for men is set at 640 points and women at 605 points.


  • 24 places via eight teams - main team competition at the 2019 World Archery Championships
  • 4 places – highest-ranked athletes not qualified via team event at 2019 World Archery Championships
  • 5 places via five mixed teams – mixed team competition at continental Games
  • 3 places – highest-ranked athletes at continental Games
  • 13 places – continental qualification tournaments (4 Europe, 3 Asia, 3 Americas, 2 Africa, 1 Oceania)
  • 9 places via three teams – eligible team competition at the final qualification tournament*
  • 1 place – eligible athletes at final qualification tournament*

Any unused quota places earned at the FQT will be reallocated to the NOC of the next highest ranked athlete(s), not yet qualified, on the World Archery World Ranking List published the week after the Final Qualifying Tournament


India watch:

India has secured three available men’s quota places in the recurve event to compete in individual and team events (Tarundeep Rai, Atanu Das and Pravin Jadhav). Deepika Kumari will be India's lone represent in the women's event.


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