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2001 World Indoor Archery Championships

2001 World Indoor Target Archery Championships
Location Florence, Italy
Start date March 19
End date March 24

The 2001 World Indoor Target Archery Championships were held in Florence, Italy from 19 - 24 March 2001.[1] [2][3]

Contents

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

Medal summary (Men's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Recurve Men's individual
Michele Frangilli Butch Johnson Ozdemir Akbal
Compound Men's individual
Morgan Lundin Antonio Tosco Dave Cousins

Medal summary (Women's individual)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Recurve Women's individual
Natalia Valeeva Agata Bulwa Natalia Burdenaya
Compound Women's individual
Mary Zorn Fatima Agudo Andrea Cizmek


Medal summary (Men's team)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Recurve Men's team
 United States (USA)
Butch Johnson
Joseph McGlyn
Victor Wunderle
 Russia (RUS)
Balzhinima Tsyrempilov
Guenn Mitrofanov
Alan Balikoev
 Italy (ITA)
Michele Frangilli
Ilario Di Buò
Mario Casavecchia
Compound Men's team
 Italy (ITA)
Antonio Tosco
Fabio Zaetta
Mario Ruele
 United States (USA)
James Butts
Dave Cousins
Gary Studt
 Sweden (SWE)
Morgan Lundin
Anders Malm
Dan Sodersten

Medal summary (Women's team)

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Recurve Women's team
 Russia (RUS)
Anna Poutseva
Margarita Galinovskaya
Svetlana Moisseyeva
 United States (USA)
Kathleen Loesch
Karen Scavotto
Leah Clawson
 Ukraine (UKR)
Tetiana Berezhna
Natali Burdeynaya
Kateryna Palekha
Compound Women's team
 United States (USA)
Mary Zorn
Michele Ragsdale
Ashley Kamuf
 France (FRA)
Valerie Fabre
Catherine Pellen
Catherine Deburck
 Netherlands (NED)
Irma Luyting
Marjon Pigney
Olga Zandvliet


References

  1. ^ "Times Archives". Oxfordshire Libraries. 
  2. ^ "Event". World Archery. 
  3. ^ "Results". World Archery. 
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