Home favourite Marco Galiazzo defeated Brady Ellison of the United States to win men's recurve gold at the World Archery Indoor Series event in Rome.
The Italian defeated the reigning world champion 6-4 at the Fiera Roma, with both athletes taking part in the TRUBall/Axcel Roma Archery Trophy.
Galiazzo - a two-time Olympic gold medallist, claiming individual gold at Athens 2004 and team gold at London 2012 - overcame Crispin Duenas of Canada 7-3 in the quarter-finals, before edging past Gasper Strajhar of Slovenia 6-5.
Jack Williams of the US was the bronze medallist, beating Strajhar 6-2.
South Korea's Kang Chae-young emerged triumphant in the women's recurve event, defeating Tatiana Andreoli of Italy 6-5 in a shootout.
Bronze went to Chiara Rebagliata of Italy, who beat Sim Ye-ji of South Korea 7-1.
Dave Cousins of the United States was the victor in the men's compound, overcoming Valerio Della Stua of Italy 145-143.
Completing the podium was Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands, a narrow 150-149 victor against Stas Modic of Slovenia.
Sarah Prieels of Belgium was the gold medallist in the women's compound after breaking the women's 60-arrow 18-metre compound ranking round world record yesterday.
She secured a 148-147 result against Amanda Mlinaric of Croatia, with Paige Pearce of the United States edging past Natalia Adeeva of Russia 146-145.