French duo Jean-Charles Valladont and Laurena Villard were crowned recurve champions on the final day of the European Field Archery Championships in Mokrice-Catez in Slovenia.
Berlin will host the third stage of the 2020 Archery World Cup in June, with the event doubling up as a last chance for competitors to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
All six individual champions will be defending their titles at this year's European Field Archery Championships, which begin tomorrow in Mokrice-Catez in Slovenia.
Americans Braden Gellenthien and Alexis Ruiz have both won World Archery's Longines Prize as the most accurate archers.
France’s David Jackson clinched the men’s barebow title at the World Archery 3D Championships in Lac la Biche.
South Korea’s Kang Chae-young triumphed in the women’s recurve competition at the Archery World Cup Final in Moscow.
Sweden’s Fredrik Lundmark progressed to the final of the men’s barebow competition at the World Archery 3D Championships in Lac la Biche.
World number two Mike Schloesser claimed the men’s compound archery title at the Archery World Cup Final in Moscow.
Kim Woojin and Sara Lopez will return to defend their titles at the Archery World Cup Final, starting in Moscow tomorrow.
Fawn Girard finished on top of the women's barebow rankings after day two of qualification at the World Archery 3D Championships in Lac la Biche.
Spain's David Garcia Fernandez and American Fawn Girard topped qualification in the men's and women's barebow, respectively, on day one of the World Archery 3D Championships in Lac la Biche.
South Korea took gold medals in three cadet team events on the last day of the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
South Korea's Lee Seung-yun overcame compatriot and fellow Olympic gold medallist Kim Woo-jin to secure the men's recurve title on the final day of the archery test event for Tokyo 2020.
An San of South Korea eased to a straight sets victory over India's Deepika Kumari to claim the women's recurve gold medal at the archery test event for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Reigning Olympic champion Chang Hye-jin successfully negotiated her first two rounds at the Tokyo 2020 archery test event.