The Question: Archery was one of the first Olympic sports to allow what type of competitor?
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Women were first allowed to participate in the Olympic Games during the 1900 Paris Games, which included women’s sections for lawn tennis and golf. The changes didn’t stop there — during the 1904 Summer Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri, archery included women as competitors, joining lawn tennis and golf as one of the first Olympic events to do so. It took years for other Olympic sports to follow suit, the most recent change being in 2012 when Olympic boxing finally became open to women.
The correct answer is Women.