- Sport: Olympic Archery
- Nation: United States of America
- DOB: Jan. 1, 1974
- Hometown: Bloomfield, N.J.
- Event: Women's Recurve
- Career Highlights: 2008 - 3rd, Arizona Cup. 2007 - 5th, Olympic Festival; 7th, Good Luck Beijing; 35th, Archery World Cup Stage 2; 2nd, Arizona
Cup; 2nd, III Copa Merengue. 2006 - 8th, Pan American Championships; 3rd, U.S. National Target Championships/U.S. Grand Prix;
53rd Meteksan World Cup Stage 2 - EMAU Grand Prix. 2005 - 12th, World Outdoor Target Archery Championships. 2004 - 54th, European
Outdoor Archery Championship.
- Career Notes: Is ranked 2nd in the U.S. ... Was born in the republic of Georgia, and received her American citizenship last year. ... Has
used a variety of names in competition. ... Moved to the U.S. in 1995, but competed for Georgia in the Olympics in Atlanta
and Sydney, where she used the name Khatuna Lorigi. ... Officially started using the last name Lorig in 2004, when she was
unable to participate in the Games because of citizenship issues. ... In 1992 and 1996, went by Khatuna Kvrivichvili.
- Olympic History: Earned a spot on 2008 Olympic team by denying 2000 Olympian Karen Scavotto a return trip to the Games. ... Lorig participated
in the Games in 1992, 1996, and 2000. ... In 2000, she lost in the first round of both team and individual competition. ...
Four years earlier, she lost in the first round of individual play and did not participate for the team competition. ... Representing
the former Soviet Union as part of the Unified Team, she won a team bronze and took home sixth in individual competition in