Youngster Melanie Gaubil of France progressed to her first career medal match after reaching the women's recurve final at the Archery World Cup in Medellin, Colombia.
Gaubil, 21, is participating in her second Archery World Cup season, having previously not managed to make it past the last 16.
She defeated China's Lan Lu 7-1 in the semi-final and will next face South Korea's Kang Chae-young, the top seed.
Kang had eased past Japan's Sugimoto Tomomi 6-0 to make the final at Atanasio Girardot Sports Complex.
In the women's compound event, home favourite Sara López progressed to the 12th medal match of her career.
The Colombian narrowly beat Tanja Jensen of Denmark 149-146 to set up a gold medal clash against Jody Vermeulen of the Netherlands.
“It was something I had in mind from the beginning, to open this World Cup in Medellin this way,” López said.
“I know there’s still a long year ahead, but I promised my family that I would make the finals.”
Both Gaubil and López also have a chance of earning a medal in their respective team events.
Gaubil, Audrey Adiceom and Lisa Barbelin will face Spain in the women's recurve bronze medal match, with South Korea competing against Italy in the final.
The Colombian team of López, Alejandro Usquiano, Alexandra Sandino Borrais will meet the United States in the women's compound final.
The competition continues tomorrow.