Competitors at the World Archery Youth Championships in Yankton, South Dakota took part in a survey that included questions ranging from bow weight to practice habits.
Four-nil down to host-nation athlete Mackenzie BROWN, PENG’s chance of junior women’s gold looked all but lost.
The young man that beat Olympic Champion OH Jin Hyek with nine perfect arrows indoors made a impressive introduction to outdoor competition at the youth worlds.
At the last youth worlds, Korea left with champion titles in just the mixed team events. There was glory and position to recover in Yankton.
First Youth Olympic silver medallist, then Archery World Cup runner-up – then, in Yankton, Brazil’s D’ALMEIDA collected a world cadet crown.
After winning his first world title in 2011, Stephan HANSEN picked up junior gold in Wuxi and had a shot at repeating the feat in 2015.
Out of the individual event, Sara LOPEZ closed her international junior career side-by-side with teammate CARDONA and with a perfect score.
Top cadet women’s qualifier Fatimah ALMASHHADANI held off Evelien GROENEVELD to secure a compound title and a first anthem for Iraq.
First a team gold, then mixed team silver – then Dahlia CROOK completed the medal set with compound cadet individual bronze at Yankton 2015.
Our pick of the tastiest finals match-ups throughout the weekend at the Yankton 2015 World Archery Youth Championships.