Indoor World Cup Ranking after two stages
Lausanne – 29 January 2013
The ranking of the Indoor World Cup after the first two stages in Singapore and Nimes is now available. The last stage of the Indoor World Cup will take place in Las Vegas on 8-9 February, to determine who will qualify for the grand Final on Saturday night 9 February.
The 2012-2013 Indoor World Cup consists of three stages and a grand Final in Las Vegas. The Indoor World Cup stage 1 took place in Singapore in December, and the Tournament of Nimes served as second stage in late January. The third stage will take place in Las Vegas on 8-9 February. The 16 best archers from each stage in each of the four international categories receive points counting towards the Indoor World Cup Ranking. Participation in at least two of the three stages, including the Las Vegas Tournament, is required. The 16 best archers of each category will shoot the Indoor World Cup Final.
Jake KAMINSKI (USA), Sebastian ROHRBERG (GER) and Jean-Charles VALLADONT (FRA) are tied for the top spot of the men’s recurve category, while the former world indoor champion Berengere SCHUH (FRA) is the sole leader on the women’s side.
The champion in both Singapore and Nimes, Reo WILDE leads the men’s compound ranking ahead of his brother Logan WILDE (USA); finally, the winners of the Singapore and Nimes stages Danelle WENTZEL (RSA) and Naomi JONES (GBR) are currently leading the women’s compound ranking.
World Archery Communication