1984 Summer Olympics
|Host City||Los Angeles
|Motto||Play a Part in History|
|Venue||El Dorado Park|
|Opening||28 July 1984|
|Closing||12 August 1984|
Archery at the 1984 Summer Olympics was held at El Dorado Park in Long Beach and was contested in the same format used since 1972. There were two events: men's individual and women's individual. Neroli Fairhall from New Zealand, who came 35th in the Women's individual event, was the first paraplegic athlete to compete at the Olympic Games.
The 1984 Games were boycotted by a total of fourteen Eastern Bloc countries, including the Soviet Union and East Germany,
Points were in a format called the double FITA round, which included 288 arrows shot over four days at four different distances: 70 meters, 60 meters, 50 meters, 30 meters for women; 90 meters, 70 meters, 50 meters, 30 meters for men. It was the fourth, and last, time that the format was used in Olympic competition.
|Gold||Seo Hyang-soon||South Korea|
|Bronze||Kim Jin-ho||South Korea|