Turkey's Bahattin Hekimoglu and Elena Krutova won W1 gold medals on the penultimate day of the World Archery Para Championships in 's-Hertogenbosh, Netherlands.
Hekimoglu, top men’s seed in the W1 category − for archery athletes with the highest levels of impairment − added the world title to his European crown as he defeated Li Ji of China 136-134 in the gold medal match.
"It feels amazing," said Hekimoglu.
"I thought it would be impossible and I accomplished that.
"Of course, my goal is to win the Paralympics and I'm going to work on that in the future."
The Turkish archer shot nines for most of the match to stay ahead of his Chinese rival.
“I was just doing my work. I didn’t think too much. I just did what I had to and maintained the gap,” he added.
There was more cause for celebration for Hekimoglu in the Netherlands as he joined Yigit Caner Aydin and Naci Yenier to take gold in the men's W1 team event.
World number one David Drahoninsky from the Czech Republic claimed the bronze medal with a 133-130 victory against China's Han Guifel.
Russia's Krutova finished fifth at the last Para Archery World Championships, but brought her A game to the table in s'-Hertogenbosch to defeat South Korea's Kim Ok-geum 130-107.
Opening the match much sharper than her Asian rival, Krutova stole an 11-point advantage after just two ends.
That lead was doubled after four ends before tying up the contest with 28 points from 30 available.
She said: "I know it’s hard work to stay silent and quiet.
"But only then I can hope the shooting will be good.
“I always try to concentrate all the emotions inside.
"It’s just about checking if everything is okay.”
In an all-Chinese bronze medal match, Liu Jing took the final podium place as she edged out team mate Chen Minyi 133-127.
Jing had more medal success as China won the W1 mixed team gold medal with a 136-132 victory against Russia.
The compound women's team event saw China triumph in a gruelling contest with Britain as they sealed a 226-224 win.
The men's compound title was won by Iran, who edged Turkey out 222-219 in the gold medal match.