1996 Summer Olympics
|Motto||The Celebration of the Century|
|Venue||Sydney International Archery Park|
|Opening||19 July 1996|
|Closing||4 August 1996|
Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics was held at Stone Mountain Park Archery Center.
Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta consisted of four events. The events were held in neighboring Stone Mountain. All archery was done at a range of 70 metres. 64 archers competed in each the men's individual and women's individual competitions. They began with a 72-arrow ranking round. This was followed by three elimination rounds, in which archers competed head-to-head in 18-arrow matches. After these rounds, there were 8 archers left in each gender. The quarterfinals, semifinals, and medal matches (collectively termed the "finals round") were 12-arrow matches. In all matches, losers were eliminated and received a final rank determined by their score in that round, with the exception of the semifinals. The losers of the semifinals competed in the bronze medal match.
|Bronze||Oh Kyo-moon||South Korea|
|Gold||Kim Kyung-Wook||South Korea|
|Silver||South Korea||Jang Yong-ho|
|Gold||South Korea||Kim Jo-Sun|