Easton Arrows Used by Every Medal Winner in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Every recurve archer who stood on the podium during the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, shot Easton arrows.

Easton Arrows Used by Every Medal Winner in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

This is not a misprint: Easton X10 arrows were the arrow of choice for every single archery medal winner at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games that recently concluded.

The individual winners were An San of South Korea (above) in the women’s individual, and Mete Gazoz of Turkey in the men’s Individual. An San broke the Olympic record, and also became the sport’s first triple gold medalist by adding Team and Mixed Team gold to her medal haul. The South Korean women won their ninth straight Olympic Games, having never lost a match at the Olympics in Team competition.

Overall, 30 medals were awarded in archery during the 2020 Olympics — three each for men’s and women’s induvial competition, and nine each for men’s and women’s team competition. New for the 2020 games was the “Mixed Team” event featuring one male and one female per nation combining to compete as a team, which awarded six more medals.

The winners in Tokyo included:

Men’s Individual

  • Gold – Mete Gazoz, Turkey
  • Silver – Mauro Nespoli, Italy
  • Bronze – Takaharu Furukawa, Japan


Women’s Individual

  • Gold – An San, South Korea
  • Silver – Elena Osipova, Russian Olympic Committee
  • Bronze – Lucilla Boari, Italy


Men’s Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Chinese Taipei
  • Bronze – Japan

(Click here to read about the winning men’s team from South Korea and watch the video of their victory.)


Women’s Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Russia
  • Bronze – Germany


Mixed Team

  • Gold – South Korea
  • Silver – Netherlands
  • Bronze – Mexico

Since 1992, Easton arrow have been used to win every individual and team medal at the Olympic Games. During the 2020 Olympics, 126 of the 128 archers competing were using Easton X10 arrows made at Easton’s Utah manufacturing Facility.

For more information, visit www.EastonArchery.com


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