What a great show of accuracy from Win&Win Archery shooters during the third stage of the World Cup in Antalya, Turkey! CHANG Hye Jin (Inno AXT setup), won the recurve women’s final in convincing fashion. She started with a perfect 30 and didn’t lose a set – although drew two – to the 2011 World Cup Final winner CHENG Ming, from China.
It’s a first World Cup title for CHANG, too – something she said was a “great personal achievement.”
Japan’s Takaharu FURUKAWA (Inno CXT setup) and Ren HAYAKAWA won the recurve men’s and women’s bronze medals respectively. FURUKAWA needed a shoot-off – and shot more 10s than any other recurve man in the tournament, winning him the Longines Prize for Precision – Stage Award for Antalya.
In the recurve men's category, KU Bonchan (KOR) - a new comer on the Korean team - took the silver medal after a tremendous one-arrow shoot-off from his opponent. Ku is using the Inno AXT setup.
Congratulations to all Win&Win Archery prostaff archers ! You are born to win !
Read the full stories of the competition on www.worldarchery.org and W&W Archery Fan Reporters on archery.tv
Photos credit : World Archery