The 2016 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final is set to begin tomorrow in Odense ©World Archery

The 2016 Archery World Cup final is set to begin tomorrow at the King’s Garden in Odense, with both the Rio 2016 Olympic champions and Brady Ellison, the most successful athlete in the tournament's history, set to feature.

American archer Ellison has won four World Cup gold medals in his illustrious career, which also includes three Pan American Games golds and three Olympic medals.

South Korea won both the individual recurve gold medals at Rio 2016, Ku Bonchan and Chang Hye-jin winning the men's and women's titles respectively.

Their country swept the board at the Olympics, also winning both team titles to confirm their place as the dominant archery nation.

The 32-archer line-up in Denmark's third largest city also includes home-nation hero Sarah Holst Sonnichsen.

The 21-year-old has won three gold medals at various World and European Indoor Championships so far in her career.

Archers qualified for this weekend's final by accumulating points at three events in 2016, held in Shanghai, Medellin and Antalya.

The top seven ranked athletes in each division - recurve and compound for men and women - received places in the final, with Denmark nominating four individual archers to represent the hosts.

South Korea's Olympic champion Ku Bonchan will be in action this weekend ©Getty Images
South Korea's Olympic champion Ku Bonchan will be in action this weekend ©Getty Images

Denmark has hosted international archery events, including 2009 Archery World Cup final and the 2015 World Archery Championships, the primary qualifier for Rio 2016, both in the capital Copenhagen. 

"Denmark has proven itself more than capable of delivering the highest class of international archery events," said World Archery President Uğur Erdener.

"The Hyundai Archery World Cup final has proven itself an excellent event to show off iconic locations like the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the Bosphorus in Istanbul.

"In 2016, against another dramatic, historical and beautiful backdrop, the event will once again showcase the best of archery, as the world’s best athletes write their very own sporting fairytales at the finale of archery’s elite competition circuit."

The weekend's action will be broadcast on Eurosport,as well as by the recently launched Olympic Channel.

"We look forward to welcoming the world’s best archers," said Odense Mayor Anker Boye.

"The solid partnership between Archery Denmark, Sport Event Denmark and Sport Event Fyn will make sure that both archers and audience will have a memorable experience."