- Yumemoshima Park Archery Field, Koto City, Tōkyō-to, JP
Tokyo Summer Games 2020: Archery Tickets
Experience the 2020 Games in Tokyo: Archery
If you want to witness the world’s best archers battling it out for the greatest prize of all, the 2020 Games are your golden opportunity to do so. Featuring the world’s leading athletes competing in the most intense matches, buy or sell your 2020 Games in Tokyo: Archery tickets here at StubHub today!
2020 Games in Tokyo: Archery at its highest level
Archery as a competitive sport made its debut at the Games in the summer of 1900 and has become known as one of the most gruelling and intense tests of the competitors’ skill, endurance and technique. The sport did not appear between 1920 and 1972 but returned for the Munich Games and adopted the head-to-head format in Barcelona in 1992, offering numerous unforgettable competitions where one arrow can be the difference between victory and defeat. Since the 1980s, the competition has been dominated by South Korean archers, proving to be incredibly consistent and precise, however, other nations such as the USA, Italy and China regularly feature on the podium. Can South Korea continue its dominance of the competition and claim the gold medal yet again, or will a new competitor achieve glory in Tokyo? This and many other questions will be answered, so make sure you don’t miss out! Secure your 2020 Games in Tokyo: Archery tickets today or put any spare tickets you have up for sale right here with the StubHub marketplace.
The very best with the bow and arrow
The archery competition is one of the most intense at the Games, where competitors must be both incredibly precise and relentlessly consistent. The individual contest begins with 64 competitors and pits them against each other in a knockout style tournament, eventually awarding the gold medal to the undefeated archer. The team event features three competitors of the same gender, while the mixed team event features duos of one man and one woman. The Tokyo Games will be a fascinating edition of the competition, as we will see whether players from the Asia and Pacific region can continue their dominance of the event while closer to home, such as South Korea’s Kim Woo-Jin did in 2016 or Australia’s Tim Cuddihy in 2004. While the Games is universally renowned for athletics, archery is sure to be an incredible and nail-biting test of technique along with events such as 2020 Games in Tokyo: Shooting, 2020 Games in Tokyo: Equestrian Dressage and 2020 Games in Tokyo: Diving. Grab your 2020 Games in Tokyo: Archery tickets here at StubHub and experience the action live!
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