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Laurence Paul Godfrey (born 9 June 1976 in Bristol) is an athlete from the United Kingdom. He competes in archery. He studied for an HND in Mechanical Manufacturing at the University of the West of England from 1997 to 2000.[1] 2004 Summer Olympics Godfrey competed for the United Kingdom (as Great Britain) at the 2004 Summer Olympics in men's individual archery. He won his first three elimination matches, advancing to the quarterfinals. In the quarterfinals, Godfrey faced Chen Szu Yuan of Chinese Taipei, defeating Chen 110–108 in the 12-arrow match and advancing to the semifinals. There, he faced Marco Galiazzo of Italy, losing to the eventual gold medalist 110–108. Godfrey then competed against Tim Cuddihy of Australia in the bronze medal match, losing 113–112 to take 4th place overall. 2008 Summer Olympics At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing Godfrey finished his ranking round with a total of 657 points. This gave him the 34th seed for the final competition bracket in which he faced Bair Badënov in the first round. Badënov won the match with 114–109 and went on to win the bronze medal.[2] Together with Simon Terry and Alan Wills he also took part in the team event. With his 657 score from the ranking round combined with the 670 of Terry and the 661 of Wills the British were in fifth position after the ranking round. In the first elimination round they faced the Chinese team and got eliminated with 214–210. The Chinese went on to win the bronze medal.[2] References ^ "UWE graduates represent Great Britain in Olympic Games". The Bulletin July 2008. University of the West of England. Retrieved 2008-08-14.  ^ a b Athlete biography: Laurence Godfrey,, ret: Aug, 17 2008 Persondata Name Godfrey, Laurence Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 June 1976 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a British archery figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e