Australian archers Elisa Barnard and Taylor Worth have qualified to make their Olympic debuts at next month's London Games.
Barnard - whose father Jon was accused of intimidating fellow Australian Olympic hopeful Odette Snazelle earlier this year - was the best-ranked Australian woman at the qualifying tournament in Ogden, Utah on Wednesday.
Barnard was eventually knocked out in the third round.
Worth claimed the only Olympic men's individual spot on offer for Australia. He won four matches, including one against countryman Sky Kim.
Worth was a member of the Australian team which won gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.
The Australian men's team of Worth, Kim and Ryan Tyack are still in contention for one of the three remaining spots at the London Games.
They qualified seventh overall in Ogden and will take on 10th-ranked Turkey in the first knockout round of the teams tournament on Thursday (Friday AEST).
The Australian women's team of Barnard, Alice Ingley and Deonne Bridger narrowly failed to advance out of the qualifying round.
The London Olympics archery tournament will take place at Lord's.