Archers will compete in an individual event which consists of a qualification session, a Round Robin and medal matches. Head to head matches will be shot to earn points for the overall standings, in order to get a place in the medal matches. The shooting distance will be chosen according to the variation of the contenders.

Familiarization session

The archers can practice on the field of play to let the body adapt after a travel day. They will get to know the field, know how to read the wind and get their mindset ready for competition.

Qualification session

A cumulative score of 6 ends of 6 arrows to decide the ranking. The ranking round will be awarded with points for the overall standings and will set a base for the Round Robin.

Round Robin

In the Round Robin matches every archer will face every opponent in a 12 arrow match (4×3 arrows). Archers earn set points with every match: win (2), draw (1) or loss (0). A total of 7 matches will be shot.

Bronze and Golden final

Based on the set points earned, there will be a top 4 who will shoot for a medal. Number 4 will face number 3 for bronze. Number 2 will face number 1 for gold. Finals will be shot on separate targets where they will be the center of attention.

Competition schedule

June 239.00 – 10.30Familiarization session
11.00 – 12.00Qualification session
12.00 – 14.00Lunch
14.30-15.0030 minutes practice
15.00 – 16.40Round Robin (3matches)
June 248.30 – 9.00Practice
9.00 – 11.15Round Robin (4 matches)
11.15-11.3015 minutes break
11.30 – 11.50Bronze medal final
11.55 – 12.1Gold medal final
12.20Medal Ceremony


During competition World Archery rules will be followed. The Director of Shooting will also be the Judge.

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Participants list

Check the list of participants for archery here. This list of participants was last updated om May 10th, 2022. The final participants list will be shown on this website with the sports schedules in the beginning of June.


Olympic Training Centre Papendal
Papendallaan 9
6816 VD Arnhem

Important information

Please ensure that you have enough time to reach your sports venue. See this page for more information about transport during the ECSG Arnhem 2022.

Team leaders/players must report to the tournament management in order to be registered and to receive the required instructions/information min. 30 minutes before the first game. Players must be ready for the game at least 15 minutes before start. Games will be started at the planned time if the minimum number of players is present under the rule of the game. If the required number of players is not ready to play at least 15 minutes after the scheduled time, the team/players loose(s) the match.

The above information was updated on 08/6/2022. Adjustments in the run-up to the event are possible. Keep an eye on this page for the latest version.