En bref

5 avr. 1971
165 cm / 58 kg 5'5'' / 127 livres
Féminin
In only a few short years, Korea’s Kim Soo-Nyung established herself as the greatest woman archer of the modern era. In 1988, Kim won an individual and team gold medal in archery at the Olympics. Nicknamed “Viper,” she was also women’s individual and team world champion in both 1989 and 1991. Through 1990, she held every woman’s world record at all distances and the overall as well. At the Barcelona Olympics she again helped Korea to the team gold but finished second in the individual event. Her four medals and three gold medals are both records for archery at the...

In only a few short years, Korea’s Kim Soo-Nyung established herself as the greatest woman archer of the modern era. In 1988, Kim won an individual and team gold medal in archery at the Olympics. Nicknamed “Viper,” she was also women’s individual and team world champion in both 1989 and 1991. Through 1990, she held every woman’s world record at all distances and the overall as well. At the Barcelona Olympics she again helped Korea to the team gold but finished second in the individual event. Her four medals and three gold medals are both records for archery at the Olympics since its “modern” reinstatement in 1972.

Soo-Nyung en chiffres

3
Jeux Olympiques
Jeux Olympiques
6
Médailles
Médaille d'Or:4 Médaille d'Argent:1 Médaille de Bronze:1
  • Sydney
    Sydney 2000
    Jeux
    Résultats
    Sport
    Événement
    Sydney
    Sydney 2000
    • 3 Médaille de Bronze
      Archery
      Individual
    • 1 Médaille d'Or
      Archery
      Team
  • Barcelone
    Barcelone 1992
    Jeux
    Résultats
    Sport
    Événement
    Barcelone
    Barcelone 1992
    • 2 Médaille d'Argent
      Archery
      Individual
    • 1 Médaille d'Or
      Archery
      Team
  • Séoul
    Séoul 1988
    Jeux
    Résultats
    Sport
    Événement
    Séoul
    Séoul 1988
    • 1 Médaille d'Or
      Archery
      Individual
    • 1 Médaille d'Or
      Archery
      Team