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“Winning in Sweden is the best!” “Winning in Sweden is the best!”
Göteborg - Saturday, September 02, 2006
This is what Morgan Lundin said after his gold medal in front of his fans and family. Here are recap of the quotes from the medalists.
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Frangilli and Lundin leave Trädgårdsföreningen Park as World Champions Frangilli and Lundin leave Trädgårdsföreningen Park as World Champions
Göteborg - Saturday, September 02, 2006
On Saturday Trädgårdsföreningen Park (Göteborg) welcomed the individual finals of the Field Archery World Championships. Starting with the semi finals on four different targets (3 arrows per target), the archers then finished on four new targets in the matches for gold or bronze. The first title awarded today went to Michele Frangilli of Italy, 2005 World Games winner and 2002 World Champion.
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“I like to shoot all kind of archery” “I like to shoot all kind of archery”
Göteborg - Saturday, September 02, 2006
Michele Frangilli (ITA) is a true star in archery winning numerous Championships in both Outdoor, Indoor and Field archery and developping his own technique of shooting. With his experience, he has a lot to say about archery.
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All favourite teams find their way to the semi-finals All favourite teams find their way to the semi-finals
Göteborg - Friday, September 01, 2006
Friday morning at Göteborg the grey sky has not stopped the favourite teams from making their way to the semi-finals of the Field World Championships team event. In the women category France, Germany, Sweden and Austria have all won their respective quarter final over USA, Slovenia, Italy and Great Britain. On the men’s part, it is Sweden, USA,Germany and Italy who qualified over France, Great Britain, Slovenia and Netherlands.
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The Compound AND Recurve Shooter The Compound AND Recurve Shooter
Göteborg - Friday, September 01, 2006
Native of Mölndal, the small town where takes place most of these 20th Field World Championships, Petra Ericsson is quite unique in the archery world: she shoots both Compound and Recurve. She will take part this Friday at the Teams competition.
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Sweden and USA in gold! Sweden and USA in gold!
Göteborg - Friday, September 01, 2006
This afternoon at Gunnebo Castle, spectators attended a very exciting team competition. The teams fought for Field World Championships medals and would not drop any arrow away. Finally the Swedish ladies and the American men put the first gold medals into their quivers.
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 Dudley over Freeman in 3rd shoot-off arrow Dudley over Freeman in 3rd shoot-off arrow
Göteborg - Thursday, August 31, 2006
The over-time thriller of these two champions in Compound Men was one of the highlights of the afternoon. In Compound Women, four archers went to shoot-off. We are now down to four archers per category, who will meet in the Finals Saturday.
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“Field has changed a lot in 30 years” “Field has changed a lot in 30 years”
Göteborg - Thursday, August 31, 2006
We met with Carita Jussila (FIN) who participated at her first Field World Championships in 1976 here in Göteborg and is the only one to come back 30 years later. She has a superb career with 3 World title and still shows the same passion for archery.
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More Drama in the 1st Elimination Round More Drama in the 1st Elimination Round
Göteborg - Thursday, August 31, 2006
This morning in the surroundings of Gunnebo House near Göteborg, Sweden, the qualified archers started the first individual elimination rounds of the Field Archery World Championships.
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Quite some changes on the 2nd day of competition Quite some changes on the 2nd day of competition
Göteborg - Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Compound Men

Clint Freeman (AUS) makes a great comeback in the compound men by being the only one to shoot perfect on the marked round. Yesterday he was out of the cut at 18th place but today’s 360 put him in 4th place. Morgan Lundin (SWE) keeps the lead after shooting 358 and is closely followed by Niels Baldur (DEN) and Dave Cousins (USA). Dave making a very costly mistake of shooting 1 point only on one arrow is still amazing everyone with his borrowed bow. Only the top 16 advance to the next round and the score of the 16th archer is 710 points which is 9 points higher than in Plitvice (Croatia).

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