2015 Archery World Cup

The 2015 Archery World Cup is the 10th edition of the annual international archery circuit, organised by the World Archery Federation.

Competition rules and scoringEdit

The compound legs consisted of a 50m qualification round of 72 arrows, followed by the compound round at 50m on a 6-zone target face, using cumulative scoring for all individual, team and mixed competitions. The top seven individual performers (with no more than two from each country,) plus one host nation representative if not already qualified, proceeded to the finals; the top mixed team performer proceeded to face the host nation at the finals, which were the same competition format as the legs. The team competition was not competed at the finals.[1]

The recurve legs consisted of a 1440 qualification round (formerly called a FITA round), followed by a 72m Olympic set system. The top seven individual performers (with no more than two from each country), plus one host nation representative if not already qualified, proceeded to the finals; the top mixed team performer proceeded to face the host nation at the finals, which were the same competition format as the legs. The team competition was not competed at the finals.[2]

The scores awarded in the four stages were as follows:

CalendarEdit

Stage[5][6][7][8][9] Date Location
1 5–10 May   Shanghai, China
2 26–31 May   Antalya, Turkey
3 11–16 August   Wrocław, Poland
4 8–13 September   Medellín, Colombia
Final 17–18 October   Mexico City, Mexico

ResultsEdit

RecurveEdit

Men's individualEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 10 May   Shanghai   Ku Bon-chan   Kim Woo-jin   Riau Ega Agatha [1]
2 31 May   Antalya   Lee Seung-yun   Kim Woo-jin   Collin Klimitchek [2]
3 16 August   Wrocław   Jean-Charles Valladont   Zach Garrett   Anton Prilepov [3]
4 12 September   Medellín   Xing Yu   Im Dong-hyun   Rick van der Ven [4]
Final 25 October   Mexico City   Miguel Alvariño García   Jean-Charles Valladont   Kim Woo-jin

Women's individualEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 10 May   Shanghai   Kang Chae-young   Choi Mi-sun   Ki Bo-bae [5]
2 31 May   Antalya   Choi Mi-sun   Ki Bo-bae   Deepika Kumari[10] [6]
3 16 August   Wrocław   Mackenzie Brown   Ayano Kato   Elena Richter [7]
4 12 September   Medellín   Hong Su-nam   Lee Tuk-young   Le Chien-ying [8]
Final 25 October   Mexico City   Choi Mi-sun   Deepika Kumari   Le Chien-ying

Men's teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 10 May   Shanghai   Japan   South Korea   Indonesia [9]
2 31 May   Antalya   China   South Korea   France [10]
3 16 August   Wrocław   United States   Germany   China [11]
4 12 September   Medellín   South Korea   United States   China [12]

Women's teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 10 May   Shanghai   South Korea   Germany   United States [13]
2 31 May   Antalya   Japan   South Korea   China [14]
3 16 August   Wrocław   United States   Georgia   China [15]
4 12 September   Medellín   Chinese Taipei   South Korea   United States [16]

Mixed teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 10 May   Shanghai   South Korea   Japan   Mexico [17]
2 31 May   Antalya   South Korea   China   Japan [18]
3 16 August   Wrocław   Mexico   India   Belarus [19]
4 12 September   Medellín   South Korea   China   Japan [20]
Final 25 October   Mexico City   South Korea   Mexico

CompoundEdit

Men's individualEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 9 May   Shanghai   Sebastien Peineau   Mike Schloesser   Dominique Genet [21]
2 30 May   Antalya   Kim Jong-ho   Mike Schloesser   Reo Wilde [22]
3 15 August   Wrocław   Abhishek Verma   Esmaeil Ebadi   Steve Anderson [23]
4 13 September   Medellín   Sebastien Peineau   Roberto Hernández   Reo Wilde [24]
Final 24 October   Mexico City   Demir Elmaağaçlı   Abhishek Verma   Dominique Genet

Women's individualEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 9 May   Shanghai   Sara López   Linda Ochoa   Stephanie Salinas [25]
2 30 May   Antalya   Andrea Marcos   Maria Vinogradova   Stephanie Salinas [26]
3 15 August   Wrocław   Natalia Avdeeva   Alejandra Usquiano   Linda Ochoa [27]
4 13 September   Medellín   Sara López   Paige Pearce   Maria Eugenia Gonzalez Briozzo [28]
Final 24 October   Mexico City   Sara López   Maria Vinogradova   Linda Ochoa

Men's teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 9 May   Shanghai   Denmark   Iran   India [29]
2 30 May   Antalya   United States   Denmark   South Korea [30]
3 15 August   Wrocław   Denmark   United States   Italy [31]
4 13 September   Medellín   United States   Italy   India [32]

Women's teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 9 May   Shanghai   Malaysia[11]   United States[12]   Russia [33]
2 30 May   Antalya   Colombia   South Korea   Russia [34]
3 15 August   Wrocław   Russia   Italy   United States [35]
4 13 September   Medellín   Colombia   Italy   United States [36]

Mixed teamEdit

Stage Date Location       Ref.
1 9 May   Shanghai   Colombia   Turkey   Netherlands [37]
2 30 May   Antalya   Denmark   South Africa   Germany [38]
3 15 August   Wrocław   Denmark   Iran   United States [39]
4 13 September   Medellín   Italy   Slovenia   United States [40]
Final 24 October   Mexico City   Denmark   Mexico

Medals tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea1311327
2  Colombia6107
3  United States551020
4  Denmark5106
5  France3126
6  China2248
7  Japan2226
  Russia2226
9  Spain2002
10  Mexico1359
11  India1337
12  Italy1326
13  Turkey1102
14  Chinese Taipei1023
15  Malaysia1001
16  Iran0303
17  Germany0224
  Netherlands0224
19  El Salvador0101
  Georgia0101
  Slovenia0101
  South Africa0101
23  Belarus0022
  Indonesia0022
25  Argentina0011
Totals (25 entries)464644136

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Format" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Format" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Rules" (PDF). FITA. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 March 2014. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
  4. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Rules" (PDF). FITA. Archived from the original (PDF) on 22 March 2014. Retrieved 23 May 2013.
  5. ^ "FITA Calendar of Events". World Archery. Archived from the original on 2013-10-14. Retrieved 2013-11-24.
  6. ^ "Mexico City to host 2015 World Cup Final and 2017 World Championships". World Archery. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2014-10-06.
  7. ^ "Olympic Highlights". International Olympic Committee. 20 September 2021.
  8. ^ "Antalya hosts Archery World Cup 2015". Daily Sabah. 2015-05-26. Retrieved 2015-05-31.
  9. ^ "World Cup celebrates 10 years!". 30 April 2015.
  10. ^ "Deepika Kumari wins bronze in the Recurve event at the 2015 Archery World Cup". Yahoo! News. 2015-05-31. Retrieved 2015-05-31.
  11. ^ "Malaysian Archers Strike Gold in Shanghai World Cup". Malaysian Insider. 2015-05-09. Archived from the original on 2015-05-11. Retrieved 2015-05-10.
  12. ^ "World Cup Shanghai: Women's Teams Take Silver Bronze and Bronze in Strong Start to 2015 Season". Team USA. 2015-05-11. Retrieved 2015-05-11.

External linksEdit