2021 European Archery Championships

The 2021 European Archery Championships were held from 31 May to 6 June in Antalya, Turkey.[1][2][3]

2021 European Championship
LocationTurkey Antalya, Turkey
Dates31 May – 6 June

Medal summaryEdit

RecurveEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Pablo Acha
  Spain
Galsan Bazarzhapov
  Russia
Moritz Wieser
  Germany
Women's individual Lisa Barbelin
  France
Karyna Dziominskaya
  Belarus
Denisa Baránková
  Slovakia
Men's team   Netherlands (NED)
Steve Wijler
Sjef van den Berg
Rick van der Ven
  Ukraine (UKR)
Ivan Kozhokar
Oleksii Hunbin
Heorhiy Ivanytskyy
  Russia (RUS)
Aldar Tsybikzhapov
Galsan Bazarzhapov
Beligto Tsynguev
Women's team   Russia (RUS)
Elena Osipova
Svetlana Gomboeva
Ksenia Perova
  Germany (GER)
Lisa Unruh
Michelle Kroppen
Charline Schwarz
  Denmark (DEN)
Maja Jager
Kirstine Andersen
Randi Degn
Mixed team   Russia (RUS)
Elena Osipova
Aldar Tsybikzhapov
  Spain (ESP)
Elia Canales
Pablo Acha
  Poland (POL)
Magdalena Śmiałkowska
Kacper Sierakowski

CompoundEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Yakup Yıldız
  Turkey
Mathias Fullerton
  Denmark
Lukasz Przybylski
  Poland
Women's individual Tanja Gellenthien
  Denmark
Ella Gibson
  Great Britain
Sanne de Laat
  Netherlands
Men's team   Turkey (TUR)
Evren Çağıran
Furkan Oruç
Yakup Yıldız
  France (FRA)
Quentin Baraër
Nicolas Girard
Adrien Gontier
  Greece (GRE)
Dimitrios-Konstantinos Drakiotis
Stavros Koumertas
Andreas Zacharakis
Women's team   France (FRA)
Lola Grandjean
Sophie Dodemont
Tiphaine Renaudin
  Netherlands (NED)
Sanne de Laat
Jody Vermeulen
Inge van der Ven
  Italy (ITA)
Sara Ret
Irene Franchini
Marcella Tonioli
Mixed team   Belgium (BEL)
Sarah Prieels
Reginald Kools
  Estonia (EST)
Lisell Jäätma
Robin Jäätma
  Germany (GER)
Janine Meissner
Tim Krippendorf

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Turkey)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia2114
2  France2103
3  Turkey*2002
4  Denmark1113
  Netherlands1113
6  Spain1102
7  Belgium1001
8  Germany0123
9  Belarus0101
  Estonia0101
  Great Britain0101
  Ukraine0101
13  Poland0022
14  Greece0011
  Italy0011
  Slovakia0011
Totals (16 nations)10101030

Participating nationsEdit

40 countries participated in this competition.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "European Outdoor Championships 2021 + Tokyo Olympic CQT".
  2. ^ "ANTALYA 2021 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS". World Archery. Archived from the original on 2021-05-18. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
  3. ^ "European Outdoor Championships 2021 + Tokyo Olympic CQT".
  4. ^ "Entries by Country" (PDF). ianseo. World Archery Europe. Retrieved 5 June 2021.

External linksEdit