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The Archery World Cup is a competition, started in 2006, organized by the World Archery Federation, where the archers compete in four different stages in four different countries and the best eight archers of each category (from 2010, four archers from 2006-09) advance to an additional stage to contest the Archery World Cup Final. This form of competition was introduced following the success of the 2003 World Archery Championships in New York and the 2004 Summer Olympics with the intent of making the sport more popular and attractive to the spectators, with the matches being held in 'spectacular' locations and the final matches being broadcast online.[1] It has received plaudits for its innovative approach to the sport, raising its profile and reach.[2][3]

From 2013, the World Cup is broadcast live on Eurosport.[4] It carries sponsorship from Kia and Longines, which supports the annual Longines Prize of Precision for archery, for the "best male and female athletes that master bow and arrow through concentration, balance, accuracy, and skill".[5]

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Prize moneyEdit

In the World Cup Finals the prize money for the individual competitions in 2013 was:[6]

  • 1st place: 20,000 CHF
  • 2nd place: 10,000 CHF
  • 3rd place: 5,000 CHF
  • 4th place: 1,000 CHF

For each individual World Cup stage, the prize money offered for individual competitions in 2013 was:

  • 1st place: 2,000 CHF
  • 2nd place: 1,000 CHF
  • 3rd place: 500 CHF

Host venuesEdit

Host cities of the Archery World Cup (italic = stage host, bold = finals host)

The following venues have hosted stages or the World Cup Final.

Year Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Final
2006   Porec   Antalya   San Salvador   Shanghai   Mérida
2007   Ulsan   Varese   Antalya   Dover   Dubai
2008   Santo Domingo   Porec   Boé   Lausanne
2009   Shanghai   Copenhagen
2010   Porec   Antalya   Ogden   Edinburgh
2011   Istanbul
2012   Shanghai n/c: 2012 Olympics   Tokyo
2013   Medellin   Wroclaw   Paris
2014   Medellin   Antalya   Lausanne
2015   Antalya   Wroclaw   Medellin   Mexico City
2016   Medellin   Antalya n/c: 2016 Olympics   Odense
2017   Antalya   Salt Lake City   Berlin   Rome

The host cities for 2018-19 will be Salt Lake City, Berlin, Antalya and Shanghai, with scheduling to be confirmed.[7]

Past winnersEdit

RecurveEdit

MenEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida   Park Kyung-mo (KOR)   Ilario Di Buò (ITA)   Magnus Petersson (SWE)
  2007 Dubai   Baljinima Tsyrempilov (RUS)   Juan René Serrano (MEX)   Alan Wills (GBR)
  2008 Lausanne   Im Dong-hyun (KOR)   Viktor Ruban (UKR)   Romain Girouille (FRA)
  2009 Copenhagen   Marco Galiazzo (ITA)   Simon Terry (GBR)   Romain Girouille (FRA)
  2010 Edinburgh   Brady Ellison (USA)   Im Dong-hyun (KOR)   Jayanta Talukdar (IND)
  2011 Istanbul   Brady Ellison (USA)   Dai Xiaoxiang (CHN)   Dmytro Hrachov (UKR)
  2012 Tokyo   Kim Woo-jin (KOR)   Brady Ellison (USA)   Gaël Prévost (FRA)
  2013 Paris   Oh Jin-hyek (KOR)   Dai Xiaoxiang (CHN)   Brady Ellison (USA)
  2014 Lausanne   Brady Ellison (USA)   Marcus D'Almeida (BRA)   Rick van der Ven (NED)
  2015 Mexico City   Miguel Alvariño García (ESP)   Jean-Charles Valladont (FRA)   Kim Woo-jin (KOR)
  2016 Odense   Brady Ellison (USA)   Sjef Van Den Berg (NED)   Ku Bon-chan (KOR)
  2017 Rome

WomenEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida   Zhang Juanjuan (CHN)   Qian Jialing (CHN)   Elena Tonetta (ITA)
  2007 Dubai   Dola Banerjee (IND)   Choi Eun-young (KOR)   Natalya Erdyniyeva (RUS)
  2008 Lausanne   Justyna Mospinek (POL)   Park Sung-hyun (KOR)   Yun Ok-hee (KOR)
  2009 Copenhagen   Kwak Ye-ji (KOR)   Zhao Ling (CHN)   Yun Ok-hee (KOR)
  2010 Edinburgh   Yun Ok-hee (KOR)   Victoriya Koval (UKR)   Ki Bo-bae (KOR)
  2011 Istanbul   Cheng Ming (CHN)   Deepika Kumari (IND)   Bérengère Schuh (FRA)
  2012 Tokyo   Ki Bo-bae (KOR)   Deepika Kumari (IND)   Choi Hyeon-ju (KOR)
  2013 Paris   Yun Ok-hee (KOR)   Deepika Kumari (IND)   Cui Yuanyuan (CHN)
  2014 Lausanne   Aída Román (MEX)   Cheng Ming (CHN)   Xu Jing (CHN)
  2015 Mexico City   Choi Mi-sun (KOR)   Deepika Kumari (IND)   Le Chien-ying (TPE)
  2016 Odense   Ki Bo-bae (KOR)   Choi Mi-sun (KOR)   Tan Ya-ting (TPE)
  2017 Rome

Mixed TeamEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida
  2007 Dubai
  2008 Lausanne
  2009 Copenhagen   China
Zhao Ling
Xing Yu
  Denmark
Carina Christiansen
Morten Caspersen
  2010 Edinburgh   United States
Khatuna Lorig
Jake Kaminski
  Great Britain
Naomi Folkard
Simon Terry
  2011 Istanbul   South Korea
Jung Dasomi
Oh Jin-hyek
  Turkey
Natalia Nasaridze
Yagiz Yilmaz
  2012 Tokyo   United States
Jennifer Nichols
Brady Ellison
  Japan
Miki Kanie
Takaharu Furukawa
  2013 Paris   South Korea
Yun Ok-hee
Oh Jin-hyek
  France
Cyrielle Cotry
Gaël Prévost
  2014 Lausanne   Mexico
Aída Román
Eduardo Vélez
  Switzerland
Iliana Deineko
Florian Faber
  2015 Mexico City   South Korea
Choi Mi-sun
Kim Woo-jin
  Mexico
Alejandra Valencia
Luis Álvarez
  2016 Odense   South Korea
Choi Mi-sun
Ku Bonchan
  Denmark
  2017 Rome

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CompoundEdit

MenEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida   Reo Wilde (USA)   Peter Elzinga (NED)   Jorge Jimenez (ESA)
  2007 Dubai   Jorge Jimenez (ESA)   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Roberval dos Santos (BRA)
  2008 Lausanne   Dietmar Trillus (CAN)   Patrizio Hofer (SUI)   Patrick Coghlan (AUS)
  2009 Copenhagen   Sergio Pagni (ITA)   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Patrizio Hofer (SUI)
  2010 Edinburgh   Sergio Pagni (ITA)   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Rodger Willet, Jr (USA)
  2011 Istanbul   Rodger Willet, Jr (USA)   Reo Wilde (USA)   Sergio Pagni (ITA)
  2012 Tokyo   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Reo Wilde (USA)   Julio Ricardo Fierro (MEX)
  2013 Paris   Martin Damsbo (DEN)   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Sergio Pagni (ITA)
  2014 Lausanne   Bridger Deaton (USA)   Pierre Julien Deloche (FRA)   Reo Wilde (USA)
  2015 Mexico City   Demir Elmaağaçlı (TUR)   Abhishek Verma (IND)   Dominique Genet (FRA)
  2016 Odense   Mike Schloesser (NED)   Seppie Cilliers (RSA)   Reo Wilde (USA)
  2017 Rome

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WomenEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida   Sofia Goncharova (RUS)   Anna Kazantseva (RUS)   Jahna Davis (USA)
  2007 Dubai   Petra Ericsson (SWE)   Sofia Goncharova (RUS)   Jamie van Natta (USA)
  2008 Lausanne   Jamie van Natta (USA)   Nichola Simpson (GBR)   Amandine Bouillot (FRA)
  2009 Copenhagen   Luzmary Guedez (VEN)   Camilla Soemod (DEN)   Ivana Buden (CRO)
  2010 Edinburgh   Albina Loginova (RUS)   Ashley Wallace (CAN)   Erika Anschutz (USA)
  2011 Istanbul   Erika Anschutz (USA)   Christie Colin (USA)   Marcella Tonioli (ITA)
  2012 Tokyo   Jamie van Natta (USA)   Danielle Brown (GBR)   Christie Colin (USA)
  2013 Paris   Alejandra Usquiano (COL)   Erika Jones (USA)   Albina Loginova (RUS)
  2014 Lausanne   Sara López (COL)   Erika Jones (USA)   Natalia Avdeeva (RUS)
  2015 Mexico City   Sara López (COL)   Maria Vinogradova (RUS)   Linda Ochoa (MEX)
  2016 Odense   Marcella Tonioli (ITA)   Sarah Holst Sonnichsen (DEN)   Crystal Gauvin (USA)
  2017 Rome

Mixed TeamEdit

Finals Gold Silver Bronze
  2006 Mérida
  2007 Dubai
  2008 Lausanne
  2009 Copenhagen   Denmark
Camilla Soemod
Martin Damsbo
  Italy
Anastasia Anastasio
Sergio Pagni
  2010 Edinburgh   Great Britain
Nicky Hunt
Chris White
  Mexico
Linda Ochoa
Hafid Jaime
  2011 Istanbul   United States
Christie Colin
Rodger Willet, Jr
  Turkey
Gizem Kocaman
Ali Davarci
  2012 Tokyo   United States
Christie Colin
Reo Wilde
  Japan
Yumiko Hondo
Naoto Anji
  2013 Paris   France
Pascale Lebecque
Pierre Julien Deloche
  Italy
Marcella Tonioli
Sergio Pagni
  2014 Lausanne   United States
Erika Jones
Bridger Deaton
  Switzerland
Clementine de Guili
Patrizio Hofer
  2015 Mexico City   Denmark
Erika Anear
Stephan Hansen
  Mexico
Linda Ochoa
Mario Cardoso
  2016 Odense   Marcella Tonioli (ITA)   Sarah Holst Sonnichsen (DEN)
  2017 Rome  Denmark  Colombia|}

Longines Prize for PrecisionEdit

The Longines Prize for Precision is awarded to the male and female archers who shoot the most 10s over the course of the competition at the end of the season. It has been awarded since 2010 and is awarded to compound and recurve archers in alternate years. Winners receive a trophy, watch and cash prize of 5,000 CHF.[6][8]

Winners

Year R/C Men's Winner Women's Winner
2010 R   Brady Ellison (USA)   Justyna Mospinek (POL)
2011 C   Rodger Willet, Jr (USA)   Erika Anschutz (USA)
2012 R   Brady Ellison (USA)   Ki Bo-bae (KOR)
2013 C   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Erika Jones (USA)
2014 R   Brady Ellison (USA)   Aída Román (MEX)
2015 C   Mike Schloesser (NED)   Sara López (COL)

All-time medal tablesEdit

NationsEdit

Including all individual and team stage and final medals up to end of 2014 World Cup

Key

     Final host nation
     Stage host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   United States 96 58 40 194
2   South Korea 75 31 43 149
3   Russia 33 26 24 83
4   Italy 29 28 24 81
5   China 23 22 24 69
6   France 20 15 32 66
7   India 14 27 17 58
8   Mexico 11 16 22 49
9   Great Britain 10 21 21 52
10   Denmark 10 11 8 29
11   Netherlands 5 10 13 28
12   Colombia 5 7 2 14
13   Chinese Taipei 5 5 4 14
14   Ukraine 4 7 12 23
15   Venezuela 4 1 6 11
16   Canada 3 10 8 21
17   Japan 3 9 6 12
18   El Salvador 3 6 6 15
19   Germany 3 5 12 20
20   Sweden 3 5 1 9
21   Belgium 3 - 4 7
22   Australia 2 8 5 15
23   Iran 2 5 3 10
24   Turkey 2 3 1 6
25   New Zealand 2 1 - 3
26   Poland 1 7 1 9
27   Brazil 1 4 3 8
28   South Africa 1 2 1 4
29   Indonesia 1 1 1 3
30   Malaysia - 5 2 7
31    Switzerland - 4 4 6
32   Croatia - 4 2 6
33   Slovenia - 3 1 4
34   Belarus - 2 1 3
35   Greece - 2 - 2
36   Austria - 1 - 1
  Iraq - 1 - 1
  Luxembourg - 1 - 1
39   Philippines - - 2 2
40   Bulgaria - - 1 1
  Georgia - - 1 1
  Lithuania - - 1 1
  Spain 1 - - 1

ArchersEdit

The following table shows the total number of medals won in the individual competetitions by all archers who have won at least two individual gold medals (including stage and finals).

Including all individual stage and final medals up to end of 2014 World Cup

Key

     Recurve archer
     Compound archer

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Yun Ok-hee (KOR) 8 3 5 16
2   Brady Ellison (USA) 8 2 2 12
3   Reo Wilde (USA) 7 4 4 15
4   Sergio Pagni (ITA) 6 2 3 11
5   Braden Gellenthien (USA) 5 10 1 16
6   Jamie van Natta (USA) 5 6 3 14
7   Erika Jones (USA) 4 7 2 13
8   Sofia Goncharova (RUS) 4 2 1 7
9   Im Dong-hyun (KOR) 4 1 4 9
10   Rodger Willet, Jr (USA) 4 - 2 6
11   Jorge Jimenez (ESA) 3 6 3 12
12   Oh Jin-hyek (KOR) 3 4 - 7
13   Ki Bo-bae (KOR) 3 3 2 8
14   Anna Kazantseva (RUS) 3 2 1 6
15   Albina Loginova (RUS) 3 1 6 10
16   Luzmary Guedez (VEN) 3 - - 3
17   Pierre Julien Deloche (FRA) 2 2 1 5
18   Cheng Ming (CHN) 2 2 - 4
  Nicky Hunt (GBR) 2 2 - 4
  Sara López (COL) 2 2 - 4
21   Martin Damsbo (DEN) 2 1 3 6
22   Baljinima Tsyrempilov (RUS) 2 1 2 5
  Park Kyung-mo (KOR) 2 1 2 5
  Park Sung-hyun (KOR) 2 1 2 5
  Kim Woo-jin (KOR) 2 1 2 4
26   Ilario Di Buò (ITA) 2 1 - 3
  Inna Stepanova (RUS) 2 1 - 3
  Petra Ericsson (SWE) 2 1 - 3
  Qian Jialing (CHN) 2 1 - 3
30   Jayanta Talukdar (IND) 2 - 3 5
31   Marcella Tonioli (ITA) 2 - 2 4
  Romain Girouille (FRA) 2 - 2 4
33   Alejandra Usquiano (COL) 2 - 1 3
  Dola Banerjee (IND) 2 - 1 3
  Jung Dasomi (KOR) 2 - 1 3
  Kwak Ye-ji (KOR) 2 - 1 3
37   Dave Cousins (USA) 2 - - 2
  Lee Seung-yun (KOR) 2 - - 2
  Natalia Valeeva (ITA) 2 - - 2

Indoor World CupEdit

An Indoor Archery World Cup was inaugurated in 2010. It is played in the off-season (November to February), with fewer stages and the final competed in Las Vegas. In 2014, stages will be held in Marrakesh, Singapore and Telford.[9]

Year Host Men's Recurve Women's Recurve Men's Compound Women's Compound
2011   Las Vegas   Michele Frangilli (ITA)   Louise Laursen (DEN)   Reo Wilde (USA)   Albina Loginova (RUS) [3]
2012   Las Vegas   Brady Ellison (USA)   Ksenia Perova (RUS)   Reo Wilde (USA)   Joanna Chesse (FRA) [4]
2013   Las Vegas   Brady Ellison (USA)   Jeon Sung-eun (KOR)   Braden Gellenthien (USA)   Andrea Gales (GBR) [5]
2014   Las Vegas   Rick van der Ven (NED)   Park Se-hui (KOR)   Sebastien Peineau (FRA)   Erika Jones (USA) [6]
2015   Las Vegas   Kim Jaeh-yeong  (KOR)   Jo Seung-hyeon (KOR)   Mike Schloesser (NED)   Erika Jones (USA) [7]

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Nick Butler: Archery focused on the big picture after innovative World Cup Final weekend". insidethegames.biz. Retrieved 25 October 2015. 
  3. ^ "World Cup celebrates 10 years!". Bow International. Retrieved 25 October 2015. 
  4. ^ "World Archery strikes Eurosport deal". sportspromedia.com. Retrieved 25 October 2015. 
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