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Peter Boukouvalas



Place of Birth



Georges Hall

Junior Club

Sydney Olympic Park Archers

Senior Club

Sydney Olympic Park Archers

Olympic History

Paris 2024


Peter's Story

Peter Boukouvalas was first introduced to Archery after watching the 2004 Olympic Games on TV. Despite this, Peter did not pick up a bow until his final year of high school in 2016 due to his competitive swimming commitments.

After training at the Sydney Olympic Park Archery Centre with coach Alex King, Peter made his international debut in Taiwan, at the 2018 Asia Cup Stage 3, finishing 17th.

In 2021, Peter won gold at the Australian Open.

In 2022 Peter made his World Cup debut, competing at stage one and three in Turkey and France, finishing both tournaments 65th.

2023 saw Peter compete at World Cup Stages one, two and four, finishing 65th, 17th and 33rd respectively. In between World Cups Peter also made his World Championships debut, where he finished 33rd overall.

Soon after, Peter won his first international medals of his career at the 2023 Pacific Games, winning two silver. In both finals, Peter faced up against his fellow Aussie teammate and dual-Olympian Ryan Tyack.

In 2024 Peter competed at World Cup stages one and two, finishing 33rd in both tournaments.

With an ambition to become the world's best in Archery, Peter is set to make his Olympic debut at Paris 2024.

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