Zhou Jiamin of China will be aiming to add to her Rio 2016 gold medal at the Asian Para Archery Championships ©Getty Images

Paralympic gold and silver medallists Zhou Jiamin and Hanreuchai Netsiri are the headline names at the Asian Para Archery Championships, which get underway in Bangkok tomorrow.

Men's individual recurve archer Netsiri will be hoping to add to his Rio 2016 silver with a gold medal on home soil.

He will also bid for a quota slot for Thailand at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

At the Archery Range at the Sports Authority of Thailand a total of 10 berths are on offer - five for men and five for women - for Tokyo 2020 but with just three spots per National Paralympic Committee in individual events, competition will be fierce.

Fellow Thai archers and Boonyarit Chaipoon will also contest the men's recurve title.

Paralympic champion Zhou Jiamin will be favourite for women's compound gold.

The Chinese athlete beat compatriot Lin Yueshan in Rio to claim her Paralympic title and the duo will target the medal rostrum once more in Bangkok.

Rio bronze medallist Kim Mi-soon of South Korea also goes for the Asian title.

The championships will last for eight days, with the first of the ranking rounds set to begin tomorrow.