Final list of 128 archers competing at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

The view from the competition field at Invalides.

The entry list for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games is now complete.

Fifty-three National Olympic Committees have submitted the names of the 128 archers – 64 men and 64 women – who will participate in the archery competitions at the Esplanade des Invalides.

(While it is still possible that late changes may occur, these are unusual.)

The majority of the athletes had already been confirmed by their teams – but this list is now official.

Among them is Olympic debutant Baptiste Addis, who at 17 years and 233 days of age on the day of the opening ceremony is the youngest French athlete across all sports competing at France’s home Games.

He is not the youngest archer. That will be Brit Megan Havers at 16 years and 237 days. Colombia’s Andrés Hernandez is also aged 16 at the start of the Games. The oldest is Wioleta Myszor at 41.

Paris will be Japan’s Furukawa Takaharu’s sixth Olympics.

Entry list: 2024 Olympics

More information on the event page

There are 53 nations qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.