After the Netherlands, France, Denmark and Ukraine upgraded single spots to full, three-athlete team places in the recurve categories, two additional recurve men’s and women’s places were added to the last individual qualification competition.
A total of 128 archers will compete at Minsk 2019, split equally between men and women; 96 in the recurve competitions and 32 in compound individual and mixed team events, which are being included in the European Games for the first time.
Only Belarus, Great Britain, Italy and Russia will field full, eight-athlete teams. A final 10 quota places, six recurve and four compound, are yet to be awarded as wild cards by a universality commission.
The 2019 European Games will take place on 23-29 June in Minsk, Belarus.