They are joined by three women and five men, with goals scored between July 16, 2018 and July 19, 2019.
World Cup winner Archer, who replaced the injured James Anderson in England's team for the second Ashes Test, took five wickets in the drawn match, including 3-32 in Australia's second innings on Sunday.
Pozzovivo was involved in the collision while training near Cosenza in southern Italy.
The champion pair retired after the 2016 Olympic Games, where Eaton won decathlon gold and Theisen-Eaton took the heptathlon bronze medal.
Yamaha's Fabio Quartararo completed the podium and Australian Jack Miller was one of four riders who fell during the race.
The Japanese lost to 20th placed Sofia Kenin in the quarter-finals on Sunday due to a knee injury. Her participation at the US Open is still uncertain.