The third selection place is at the discretion of Archery GB's Performance Director Sara Symington and Head Coach Lloyd Brown, and will be confirmed at a British Olympic Association hosted Press Conference at Lords on May 9.
"We've had three days of outstanding archery from eight very talented archers, and they can all be very proud of themselves," said Sara.
"Obviously I'd love them all to be able to compete at the Olympics, but there's only six places, and those who've made it have done so under considerable pressure and against superb opposition.
"Not only that, they've done it In a multitude of weather conditions over the past three days - driving rain, hail storms, wind, and sunshine too." Victories were spread around on the final day.
Simon and Larry both won two each, as did Naomi and Amy. In the battle for third place in the men's event, Michael started the day with a big boost as he beat his Alan 6-4, for his sixth victory in seven matches.
But despite that loss, and a defeat to Simon in the last match of the shoot, Alan was scoring consistently well to make sure he was always in the driving seat.
Said Sara: "Michael's worked really hard, and been in great form at this event, but Alan's responded with some tremendous shooting, and though he only won two matches, his scoring has been consistently high."
The final scores were an accumulation of all three selection shoots.
Men - Larry Godfrey 6518.40, Simon Terry 6485.40, Alan Wills 6254.60, Michael Peart 6211.00.
Women - Amy Oliver 6167.60, Naomi Folkard 6130.67, Alison Williamson 6058.60, Charlotte Burgess 5899.73.
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