Choi Misun continued her dominant World Cup form ©World Archery

Choi Misun continued her superb Archery World Cup form with another gold medal hatrick today in Antalya.

The South Korean claimed individual, team and mixed team spoils to repeat the treble she secured at the Colombian-leg in Medellin.

Russian rival Ksenia Perova was the opponent to suffer the most misery, missing out in the first two of those finals.

After both archers posted 27 in the first set of the individual gold medal match, Choi shot three decisive scores of 29 to wrap-up a dominant 7-1 victory.

By that point, her South Korean team had already eased past Russia 6-2 for the time title.

The third gold came in the mixed team event, where Choi and Ku Bonchan inflicted a 5-1 defeat on India.

“I didn’t expect to do so well in Medellin because I wasn’t really doing well at the time," Choi admitted afterwards.

"I managed to cope there and it was good.

"In Antalya, I was feeling great and my condition was good, I’m looking forward to perform well in both the World Cup Final and the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio.”

South Korea swept the medals in the men's individual recurve event ©World Archery
South Korea swept the medals in the men's individual recurve event ©World Archery

Ku almost achieved a similar treble in the Turkish resort.

The top-seeded South Koreans won 5-1 against Mexico in the men's team final before he qualified for an individual final against compatriot and 2013 world champion Lee Seungyun.

After Lee edged the first-set, 28-27, the next two were shared before three perfect 10s propelled Lee to a 6-2 triumph.

It marked his second successive victory in Antalya.

“I like Turkey and I like Antalya," he said.

"Today is very hot, but the weather here is normally good."

Reigning world champion Kim Woojin made it a South Korean clean sweep of the men's podium with bronze.