2007 World Archery Championships

The 2007 World Archery Championships was the 44th edition of the World Archery Championships. The event was held in Leipzig from 7-15 July 2007 and was organized by International Archery Federation (FITA).[1]


Events

Recurve

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual
Men's team  South Korea
Kim Yeon-Chul
Lee Chang-Hwan
Im Dong-Hyun
 Great Britain
Larry Godfrey
Simon Terry
Alan Wills
 Chinese Taipei
Kuo Cheng-Wei
Liu Ming-Huang
Wang Cheng-Pang
Women's individual
Women's team  South Korea
Choi Bo-Min
Lee Tuk-Young
Park Sung-Hyun
 Chinese Taipei
Shen Hsiao-Chun
Wu Hui-Ju
Yuan Shu-Chi
 Great Britain
Charlotte Burgess
Naomi Folkard
Alison Williamson

Compound

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual
Men's team  United States
Braden Gellenthien
Reo Wilde
Rodger Willett, Jr
 Australia
Patrick Coghlan
Clint Freeman
Robert Timms
 Sweden
Fredrik Lindblad
Morgan Lundin
Anders Malm
Women's individual
Women's team  Belgium
Catheline Dessoy
Petra Haemhouts
Gladys Willems
 Italy
Anastasia Anastasio
Eugenia Salvi
Giorgia Solato
 United States
Erika Anschutz
Kendal Nicely
Jamie van Natta

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea 3 1 - 4
2  Italy 2 1 - 3
3  United States 1 1 1 3
4  Belgium 1 - - 1
 Canada 1 - - 1
6  Russia - 2 1 3
7  United Kingdom - 1 2 3
8  Chinese Taipei - 1 1 2
9  Australia - 1 - 1
10  France - - 1 1
 Sweden - - 1 1
 Denmark - - 1 1

References

External links

  • World Archery website
  • Complete results

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