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1988 World Field Archery Championships

1988 World Field Archery Championships
Location Bolzano, Italy


The 1988 World Field Archery Championships were held in Bolzano, Italy. [1] [2]


Contents

  • Medal summary (Men's individual) 1
  • Medal summary (Women's individual) 2
  • Medal summary (Mixed team) 3
  • Medal summary (Junior's individual) 4
  • References 5

Medal summary (Men's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Barebow Men's individual
Michele Oneto Jarmo Hilli Wolfgang Sedmak
Freestyle Men's individual
Andrea Parenti Ole Gammelgaard Jay Barrs

Medal summary (Women's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Barebow Women's individual
Guissepina Meini Erika Mok Nadine Visconti
Freestyle Women's individual
Liselott Andersson Catherine Pellen Carita Jussila

Medal summary (Mixed team)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team Event
 Italy (ITA)
Giuseppina Meini
Michele Oneto
Mariangela Buffa
Andrea Parenti
 Sweden (SWE)
Mats Palmer
Jessica Nyberg
Lennart Heed
Liselott Andersson
 France (FRA)
Nadine Visconti
Stephane Legrand
Catherine Pellen
Gilles Neron

Medal summary (Junior's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Barebow Men's individual
Thomas Mulleman Peter Rasmusson Gabriele Seghetta
Freestyle Men's individual
Andreas Lorenz Martial Simon Matthew Gray
Freestyle Women's individual
Carole Ferriou Barbara Gheza Deonne Bridger

References

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries. 
  2. ^ "Results" (PDF). World Archery. 
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