21 20 Competition Format Qualification • 72 scoring arrows per athlete • 6 arrows in 3 minutes (end), 12 ends of 6 arrows each, with a break after 6 ends • The top 96 athletes in each category advance to the elimination rounds • 4 athletes per target (depending on the competition rules) • If there are 4 athletes, AB/CD mode is used Recurve Individual Match Rounds • Set system (each set determines the winner or loser of that set) • One set consists of 3 arrows • 96 athletes compete in the 1/48 finals (matches), dueling each other, shooting simultaneously • The top 8 athletes from the qualification directly qualify for the 1/16 finals • Maximum of 15 scoring arrows per athlete • 3 arrows in 90 seconds (set) • Minimum 3 sets of 3 arrows each (match), maximum 5 sets of 3 arrows each (match) • The maximum score per set is 30 points • Winning a set grants 2 set points, losing a set grants 0 set points, and a tie awards 1 set point per athlete • Winning a match requires 6 set points • A tie (5:5) results in a shoot-off; each athlete shoots 1 arrow and the athlete with the higher score or the best center arrow wins the shoot-off • The winner of a match advances to the next higher round (quarterfinals > semifinals > medal match) Medal Match - Recurve Individual • Competition Format: Final • The winners of the semifinals compete in the gold medal match and the losers compete in the bronze medal match • Athletes shoot alternating (one after the other) • 3 arrows, 20 seconds per arrow (set) • Minimum 3 sets of 3 arrows each (match), maximum 5 sets of 3 arrows each (match) Recurve Team Match Rounds • Competition Format: Final • 24 teams qualify for the final rounds from the 1/12 finals • Each team consists of three archers • 6 arrows per team in 120 seconds (set) • Minimum 3 sets of 6 arrows each (match), maximum 4 sets of 6 arrows each (match)

RkJQdWJsaXNoZXIy NDAzMjI=