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Archery World Cup Gwangju: Indian men’s compound team stuns South Korea to reach final; women win bronze

Archery World Cup Gwangju: Indian men’s compound team stuns South Korea to reach final; women win bronze

Archery, Breaking News
The men’s compound team of Abhishek Verma, Aman Saini and Rajat Chauhan beat a world championship gold medal-winning Korean team to set up a final against France. The Indian men’s compound team of Abhishek Verma, Aman Saini and Rajat Chauhan stunned a formidable South Korean team to reach the final at the  Archery World Cup 2022 stage 2 in Gwangju on Thursday. The women’s compound team comprising Avneet Kaur, Muskan Kirar and Priya Gurjar, meanwhile, secured a bronze. The men’s team, who had won gold at the  Archery World Cup 2022 Stage 1 event held in Turkey last month, began the day by beating Italy 235-229 in the first round before ousting a strong USA team 234-228 in the quarter-finals. Up against the top-seeded South Korean team of Jong Ho Kim, Yong Hee Choi and Jae Won Ya...
Archery World Cup 2022, Antalya: India’s Tarundeep Rai-Ridhi win recurve mixed team gold

Archery World Cup 2022, Antalya: India’s Tarundeep Rai-Ridhi win recurve mixed team gold

Archery, Breaking News
The Indian duo came from behind twice to win the final against Great Britain through a shootoff. India won two medals, both gold, at the meet. India’s Tarundeep Rai and Ridhi won the recurve mixed team gold medal at the Archery World Cup 2022 in Antalya, Turkey after a tense final against Great Britain on Sunday. The Indian archery pair had to come from behind twice before beating Britons Bryony Pitman and Alex Wise through a shootoff. The 17-year-old Ridhi and 38-year-old Olympian Tarundeep Rai made a slow start to the match after going down 35-37 in the first set. Down 2-0, though, Ridhi and Rai bounced back by a 36-33 scoreline in the second set to level up the affair. The third set saw the Indians shoot well with 39 but there was little they could do as the English archers ...