France sent eight archers in its third Olympic archery appearance, all of whom won at least three medals. The team ended up with one gold medal, four silvers, and a bronze. Because of the lack of competition, the team's worst possible result would have been five silvers and a bronze; thus, Brulé's victory over Belgium's van Innis in the individual moving bird at 50 metres to take the gold medal was the only actual success the team had.
|Julien Brulé||Moving bird, 50 m||134||1 !|
|Moving bird, 33 m||94||2 !|
|Léonce Quentin||Moving bird, 28 m||104||2 !|
|Team moving bird, 50 m||2493||2 !|
|Team moving bird, 33 m||2586||2 !|
|Team moving bird, 28 m||2328||3 !|
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