South Korea took gold medals in three cadet team events on the last day of the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Jang Mi, Jeon Do-hye and Yeom Hye-jeong started the gold rush with a 5-1 victory over Russia in the recurve cadet women’s team final, taking place in front of the Spanish capital's Royal Palace.
“We’re really happy, it was an awesome game," Mi said.
"We're very proud and we hope in two or three years, when we reach junior division, we can be champions again."
The bronze medal went to Chinese Taipei, who overcame Japan 6-0.
Cho Jeon-gu, Kim Je-deok and Kim Myeong-gyu then competed in the recurve cadet men's team final.
They had to go to a tiebreak against the team from Chinese Taipei, eventually triumphing 28-27.
“We believed we could reach the gold medal,” said Kim Myeong-gyu.
“We just focused on what we had to do.
"We needed to stay focused on balance and believe.”
Mexico completed the podium with a 5-3 win over Russia in the bronze medal match.
Kim Je-deok earned his second gold medal of the day in the recurve cadet mixed team event, pairing up with Yeom Hye-jeong.
The duo defeated Casey Kaufhold and Josef Scarboro of the United States 6-2 to take gold, while Japan finished with bronze after a 6-0 win over India.
Seventeen-year-old Komalika Bari of India was the victor in the recurve cadet women's final, beating Japan’s Waka Sonoda 7-3.
Jang Mi of South Korea was the bronze medallist, following a 6-0 win against Yang Ya-jung of Chinese Taipei.