The United States' men won the team title for the second Archery World Cup event in a row ©World Archery

The United States' men won the team title for the second Archery World Cup event in a row on compound finals day in Antalya.

After winning last time out in Medellin in Colombia, the Americans again could not be beaten at the Turkish venue.

Their trio of Reo Wilde, Braden Gellenthien and Bridger Deaton dropped just seven points in 24 arrows as they saw off Italy 233-227 using the non-Olympic bow.

“We have a great team, I wasn't on the team in Colombia but we’ve got a lot of good shooters in the US, we can replace anybody with anybody and still do well,” said Wilde.

The Americans also beat Italy, who fielded Federico Pagnoni, Sergio Pagni and Michele Nencioni today, in the final in Medellin.

“We stayed hydrated, we made sure to keep our sugar levels up, we went to get some ice-creams before the match just to try to cool our bodies down,” said Gellenthien after the final was played in temperatures of nearly 40 degrees.

"We did really well today and despite the really tough conditions we persevered.

"I’m very proud of these guys."

The bronze medal went to Denmark who saw off France 232-221.

In the women's team final, Russia's trio of Elizaveta Koroleva, Alexandra Savenkova and Natalia Avdeeva got the better of The Netherlands, 217-207.

Sara Lopez won mixed and individual gold today
Sara Lopez won mixed and individual gold today ©Getty Images

Indonesia beat India 226-222 for bronze.

The mixed final went to Colombia's Sara Lopez and Camilo Andres Cardona who saw off Britain's Daisy Clark and Adam Ravenscroft by a single point, 151-150.

In the bronze medal clash, Italy saw off France 153-147.

Individual finals were also decided, with hosts Turkey having something to cheer as Evren Cagiran beat compatriot Samet Canyakali to gold, 145-139.

Bronze went to Croatia's Domagoj Buden, a 145-143 winner over Dutch archer Mike Schloesser.

In the women's competition, Lopez won her second title of the day thanks to a 144-141 success over American Dahlia Crook.

Turkey's Yesim Bostan won another medal for the home nation after beating Marcella Tonioli of Italy via a shoot-off.

After a 144-all draw, Bostan hit a nine with the Italian managing only eight.

The World Cup will conclude with finals using the Olympic recurve bow tomorrow.