Who's back

On the men's side, all three individual medalists -- Ku Bon-Chan, Jean-Charles Valladont and Brady Ellison -- are in the running to return to the Olympics. Team USA's Ellison had a career year in 2019, making the podium at every World Cup event, including two wins. 

Women's individual silver medalist Lisa Unruh initially looked likely to miss the 2020 Games after undergoing a shoulder operation, but with the postponement, is attempting to make it to Tokyo. Mackenzie Brown, a 2016 Olympian for the U.S., is also still in the mix to go to Tokyo. 

Additionally, five-time Olympian Khatuna Lorig -- who's competed for three different countries at the Olympics -- is staging a comeback and again vying to make the U.S. team at the age of 47.

Who's Gone

Reigning women's individual Olympic champion Chang Hye-Jin was eliminated from the selection process for the Korean team in September 2019 as the nation employed new qualification procedures. Bronze medalist Ki Bo-Bae was also eliminated early. 

New faces to watch

Teenager Casey Kaufhold is in the running to represent the U.S. in the women's competition. Kaufhold notched multiple international podium finishes in the 2020 season.

Jack Williams is a frontrunner for the U.S. men's team after taking silver individually and gold in the team contest at the 2019 World Archery Youth Championships.