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1998 World Field Archery Championships

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1998 World Field Archery Championships

1998 World Field Archery Championships
Location Obergurgl, Austria


The 1998 World Field Archery Championships were held in Obergurgl, Austria.[1][2]


Contents

  • Medal summary (Men's individual) 1
  • Medal summary (Women's individual) 2
  • Medal summary (Mens' Team) 3
  • Medal summary (Womens' Team) 4
  • References 5

Medal summary (Men's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Compound Men's individual Peter Andersson Dave Cousins Niels Badur
Recurve Men's individual Jon Shales Michele Frangilli Geert Van Berkel
Barebow Men's individual Erik Jonsson Matthias Larsson Marjan Podrzaj

Medal summary (Women's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Compound Women's individual Catherine Pellen Michelle Ragsdale Becky Pearson
Recurve Women's individual Sabine Mayrhofer Irene Franchini Carole Ferriou
Barebow Women's individual Trish Lovell Odile Boussière Jutta Schneider

Medal summary (Mens' Team)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team Event  France (FRA)
Jean-Paul Laury
Karl Blondeau
Christophe Clement
 Great Britain (GBR)
Gary Kinghom
Jon Shales
Peter Mulligan
 Sweden (SWE)
Göran Bjerendal
Morgan Lundin
matthias Larsson

Medal summary (Womens' Team)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team Event  France (FRA)
Catherine Pellen
Odile Boussière
Carole Ferriou
 Italy (ITA)
Fabiola Palazzini
Cristina Ioratti
Anna Maria Bianchi
 Germany (GER)
Hedi Mittermaier
Ellen Spranger
Jutta Schneider

References

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