Magdalena Smialkowska topped the podium in the women's recurve event ©World Archery

Poland celebrated victory in two events as Antalya hosted archery's first world ranking competition since the coronavirus pandemic began.

Lukasz Przybylski triumphed in the men's compound competition at the Antalya International Challenge, as Magdalena Smialkowska topped the podium in the women's recurve event.

Przybylski had secured second seeding in qualification and advanced impressively through the rounds to set-up a meeting with local Turkish archer Evren Cagiran, the tournament top seed.

A closely fought contest ended in a tie when Cagiran scored a nine with his final arrow to leave the score at 145-145.

Przybylski triumphed in a shoot-off as the Polish archer achieved a 10 with his next shot.

Anton Bulaev overcame Alexander Dambaev 147-146 in an all-Russian bronze medal match.

Smialkowska matched her team-mate Przybylski by securing a first international podium with victory.

She earned a surprise 6-4 win over second seed Lucilla Boari in the women's recurve semi-final, to set up a match with Spain's Sandra Cebrian.

Smialkowska eased to a 7-1 victory in the final, while Boari matched the score in beating fellow Italian Chiara Rebagliati in the bronze medal contest.

The men's recurve competition ended with Russia's Artem Makhnenko securing a 6-4 win over Italy's Alessandro Paoli in a hard-fought final.

Galsan Bazarzhapov, also of Russia, emerged as a 7-1 winner over Italy's Federico Musolesi to complete the podium places.

Spain's Andrea Marcos claimed the women's compound title.

She beat top seed Naralia Avedeeva 147-145 in the semi-final, before overcoming a second Russian opponent, Elizaveta Knyazeva, 145-141 in the gold medal match,

Avedeeva bounced back from her semi-final loss to beat Turkey's Ayse Bera Suzer 144-142 to win bronze.

More than 100 archers from 13 countries competed in Antalya.

It was the first international competition of 2020 for the majority of the athletes in attendance after all major archery events were put on hold due to the global health crisis.

A number of restrictions were put in place during the event to combat COVID-19.

Sanitisation stations were placed around the venue and athletes were required to wear masks and practice social distancing when not competing.

Unusually, each archer had their own target during qualification – there are normally up to four archers sharing a single target in competition.

Regular health checks and procedures for transport, practice and meals at the single event hotel were in place as part of efforts to keep contact minimal.