Archery has two new recurve stars. In a Korean dual, teenager LEE prevented Olympic champion OH Jin Hyek winning a first world crown, and new Danish sensation JAGER won her second medal of the day.
The United States defeated the Netherlands for the men’s recurve team gold medal, while the Korean women recovered the crown that eluded them two years ago.
Italians Marcella TONIOLI and Sergio "The Sultan of Smooth" PAGNI defended the compound mixed team crown, and two first-time individual world champions were crowned.
After knocking out the defending champions yesterday, Colombia and Denmark shot their way to the top of the podium - in good weather conditions on the beautiful beach of Belek Antalya.
Four new potential world champions have emerged: the Danish men and the Colombian women confirmed their World Cup successes of the season in reaching the compound team final; the other gold medal contenders are the South African men and the Dutch women.
The United States and the Netherlands will dispute the men’s recurve team title on Sunday, while surprise contenders Belarus challenge Korea in the women's event.
Manic wind might have been the toughest opponent during compound eliminations at the World Archery Championships, as it played its part in see-sawing advantages.
While strong and unpredictable winds raged, recurve individual eliminations reduced 32 men and women archers to finalists at the Belek Antalya World Championships.
Dark skies threatened the field for most of the afternoon at the Belek Antalya World Championships. In the end, only a few drops fell before the conclusion of the compound elimination session - but wind had already become an obstacle.
Indoor World Cup 2013/14Stage 3Telford (GBR)
24-26 January 2014