Steve Wijler of The Netherlands fought back to beat American Brady Ellison in a shoot-off for the men's recurve title at the Indoor Archery World Series final in Las Vegas.
Wijler appeared on the brink of defeat when he trailed 3-1 but recovered to oust Ellison and claim gold at the Vegas Shoot event held at the at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa.
"It is amazing," the victorious Dutchman said.
"My shooting lately has been a bit rough and it’s great to be back on the podium again.
"To be honest, I don’t really care who I’m shooting against.
"If it’s Brady or whoever, I just want to win.
"It wasn’t my best match but I did enough."
Byeong Yeon-min of South Korea won the bronze medal in the men's recurve event.
The women's recurve honours went to Sim Yeji, who won an all-South Korean final against Kang Chae Young after she scored a 10 with her final arrow.
Kim Chae-yun completed the South Korean dominance of the event as she took the bronze medal.
"I was quite nervous and I didn’t know I could shoot that many 10s," said Sim.
"I was competing with my teammate so it was less stressful, but I wanted to shoot well."
Russian Viktoria Balzhanova triumphed in the women's compound gold medal match against Belgian Sarah Prieels, recordeding a narrow 146-144 victory, while Denmark's Tanja Jensen claimed the bronze medal.
Kris Schaff ensured there was an American winner in Las Vegas as he proved too strong for Denmark's Stephan Hansen.
Victory for Schaff saw him add the indoor circuit crown to the World Cup title he won in Samsun last year.
Braden Gellenthien added another medal for the host nation as he did enough for bronze.