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Archery at the 1920 Summer Olympics

Archery at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp marked the return of the sport after a 12-year absence following it not being contested in the 1912 Summer Olympics and the cancellation of the 1916 Summer Olympics due to World War I. The only competitors were men, and from only three countries. Belgium sent 14 archers, while France and the Netherlands each sent 8.

Archery

Contents

  • Medal summary 1
  • Participating nations 2
  • Medal table 3
  • References 4

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual fixed large bird
 Edmond Cloetens
Belgium (BEL)
 Louis Van de Perck
Belgium (BEL)
 Firmin Flamand
Belgium (BEL)
Team fixed large bird
 Belgium (BEL)
Edmond Cloetens
Louis Van de Perck
Firmin Flamand
Edmond Van Moer
Joseph Hermans
Auguste Van de Verre
None awarded None awarded
Individual fixed small bird
 Edmond Van Moer
Belgium (BEL)
 Louis Van de Perck
Belgium (BEL)
 Joseph Hermans
Belgium (BEL)
Team fixed small bird
 Belgium (BEL)
Edmond Cloetens
Louis Van de Perck
Firmin Flamand
Edmond Van Moer
Joseph Hermans
Auguste Van de Verre
None awarded None awarded
Individual moving bird, 50 metres
 Julien Brulé
France (FRA)
 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium (BEL)
None awarded
Team moving bird, 50 metres
 Belgium (BEL)
Alphonse Allaert
Hubert Van Innis
Edmond De Knibber
Louis Delcon
Jérome De Maeyer
Pierre Van Thielt
Louis Fierens
Louis Van Beeck
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy
None awarded
Individual moving bird, 33 metres
 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium (BEL)
 Julien Brulé
France (FRA)
None awarded
Team moving bird, 33 metres
 Belgium (BEL)
Alphonse Allaert
Hubert Van Innis
Edmond De Knibber
Louis Delcon
Jérome De Maeyer
Pierre Van Thielt
Louis Fierens
Louis Van Beeck
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy
None awarded
Individual moving bird, 28 metres
 Hubert Van Innis
Belgium (BEL)
 Léonce Quentin
France (FRA)
None awarded
Team moving bird, 28 metres
 Netherlands (NED)
Janus Theeuwes
Driekske van Bussel
Joep Packbiers
Janus van Merrienboer
Jo van Gastel
Theo Willems
Piet de Brouwer
Tiest van Gestel
 Belgium (BEL)
Hubert Van Innis
Alphonse Allaert
Edmond De Knibber
Louis Delcon
Jérome De Maeyer
Pierre Van Thielt
Louis Fierens
Louis Van Beeck
 France (FRA)
Julien Brulé
Léonce Quentin
Pascal Fauvel
Eugène Grisot
Eugène Richez
Artur Mabellon
Léon Epin
Paul Leroy

Participating nations

A total of 30 archers from 3 nations competed at the Antwerp Games:

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Belgium (BEL) 8 4 2 14
2  France (FRA) 1 4 1 6
3  Netherlands (NED) 1 0 0 1

References

  • International Olympic Committee medal database
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