Rio 2016 Olympic finals preview: Recurve women

11 August 2016
Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
What you need to know ahead of women’s finals day at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

The first of the last two days at the Rio 2016 Olympic archery competition, women’s finals day will award the penultimate available medal in the sport at the Games.

Ki Bo Bae has a chance to become the first archer to ever defend their individual Olympic title, Choi Misun might be the fourth top seed to win an Olympic crown – or Brazilian archer Ane Marcelle Dos Santos could launch a run in front of a sympathetic home crowd to steal the crown.

The athletes, schedule and picks on women’s finals day in the Sambodromo archery arena…

Athletes

Schedule

Morning session: (9:00 UTC-3 Rio time) Third round matches. The last 16 women’s athletes in the Olympic competition are cut to just eight.

Afternoon session: (15:00 UTC-3 Rio time) Quarterfinals to medal matches, culminating in the bronze then gold final – and victory ceremonies.

Check your local host broadcaster for where to watch. Live scores, news, podium and results at www.worldarchery.org.

Podium picks

Two of our expert panel predict the women’s individual podium at Rio 2016 from the 16 athletes left in the competition.

George Tekmitchov
Commentator

Gold: Choi Misun

Silver: Ki Bo Bae

Bronze: Tan Ya-Ting

John Stanley
Journalist and blogger

Gold: Ki Bo Bae

Silver: Tan Ya-Ting

Bronze: Choi Misun

The women’s individual finals take place on 11 August at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.