Which athletes are returning to represent the U.S. in Olympic archery in Paris?

Three-time Olympic medalist Brady Ellison and world No. 1 Casey Kaufhold will be returning to represent the U.S. at the 2024 Paris Olympics. They both can become the first Americans to win an Olympic title in the sport since 1996. 

This will be Ellison's fifth Olympic Games. He won silver at the 2012 and 2016 Games and also collected a bronze medal in 2016. For Kaufhold, this will be her second Olympic Games. Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez is also making her return to the Olympic Games. The full roster can be seen below.


  • Brady Ellison


  • Casey Kaufhold
  • Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez 
  • Catalina Gnoriega

Who is not competing for the U.S. Olympic archery team in Paris?

Compared to its 2020 Games roster, the U.S. earned two fewer quota places for the 2024 Games. At the Tokyo Games, the U.S. was able to field a men's and women's team, but this time around, they are only able to field a women's team. 

Jack Williams, who failed to earn a quota spot at the World Cup Stage 3 in Turkey, and Jacob Wukie will not be returning to the Olympics. As for the women, Mackenzie Brown will not return to the Games. 

Who is playing in their first Olympic archery event in Paris?

Catalina Gnoriega is the only player on the roster who will make their Olympic debut in Paris this summer. She finished in second place at the U.S. Olympic Archery Trials.