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1980 World Field Archery Championships

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1980 World Field Archery Championships

1980 World Field Archery Championships
Location Palmerston North, New Zealand
Start date 22 November
End date 23 November
Competitors 95 from 14 nations


The 1980 World Field Archery Championships were held in Palmerston North, New Zealand. [1] [2] [3]


Contents

  • Medal summary (Men's individual) 1
  • Medal summary (Women's individual) 2
  • Medal summary (team events) 3
  • References 4

Medal summary (Men's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Instinctive Men's individual
Anders Rosenberg Lars Weren Roy Mundon
Freestyle Men's individual
Tommy Persson Richard McKinney Kyösti Laasonen

Medal summary (Women's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Instinctive Women's individual
Sirpa Kontilla Suizuki Kubuchi Adriana Stoppa
Freestyle Women's individual
Carita Jussila Silvana Velia Annemarie Lehmann

Medal summary (team events)

No team event held at this championships.


References

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries. 
  2. ^ "Results" (PDF). World Archery. 
  3. ^ "Past Results" (PDF). Olympic Information Centre. 
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