2006 Archery World Cup

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The 2006 Archery World Cup was the first edition of the Archery World Cup, designed to highlight archery in some of the world's "most spectacular" locations following the success of the 2003 World Archery Championships in New York and the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1] The first leg was held in Porec, Croatia, the second leg on at Antalya Centennial Archery Field in Antalya, Turkey, the third leg on in San Salvador, El Salvador and the final leg was held in Shanghai.

The best individual and mixed performers in each discipline over the three legs then joined host representatives in qualifying for the World Cup Finals, which were contested on in Mérida, Mexico.

Competition rules and scoring[edit]

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 four individual performers (with no more than two from each country) proceeded to the finals.[2]

The recurve legs consisted of a FITA qualification round, followed by an 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.[3]

Competitors' top three scores go towards qualification. The scores awarded in the legs were as follows:

Individual scoring[edit]

Position Points[4]
1st place 25
2nd place 21
3rd place 18
4th place 15
5th place 13
6th place 12
7th place 11
8th place 10
9th-16th place 5

Results Summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Croatia Porec Compound Individual  Reo Wilde (USA)  Emiel Custers (NED)  Dominique Genet (FRA) [1]
Recurve Individual  Jayanta Talukdar (IND)  Magnus Petersson (SWE)  Markiyan Ivashko (UKR) [2]
2 Turkey Antalya
Compound Individual  Roberval dos Santos (BRA)  Peter Elzinga (NED)  Patrizio Hofer (SUI) [3]
Recurve Individual  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)  Hiroshi Yamamoto (JPN)  Yavor Hristov (BUL) [4]
3 El Salvador San Salvador
Compound Individual  Logan Wilde (USA)  Reo Wilde (USA)  Jorge Jimenez (ESA) [5]
Recurve Individual  Ilario di Buo (ITA)  Wietse van Alten (NED)  Pieter Custers (NED) [6]
4 China Shanghai
Compound Individual  Dave Cousins (USA)  Jorge Jimenez (ESA)  Vitor Sidi Neto (BRA) [7]
Recurve Individual  Jang Yong-Ho (KOR)  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)  Yong Fujun (CHN) [8]
World Cup Final
5 Mexico Mérida
Compound Individual  Reo Wilde (USA)  Peter Elzinga (NED)  Jorge Jimenez (ESA) [9]
Recurve Individual  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)  Ilario di Buo (ITA)  Magnus Petersson (SWE) [10]

Women[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 Croatia Porec Compound Individual  Anna Kazantseva (RUS)  Jamie van Natta (USA)  Jahna Davis (USA) [11]
Recurve Individual  Margarita Galinovskaya (RUS)  Maura Frigeri (ITA)  Pia Carmen Lionetti (ITA) [12]
2 Turkey Antalya
Compound Individual  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  Anna Kazantseva (RUS)  Nichola Simpson (GBR) [13]
Recurve Individual  Qian Jialing (CHN)  Kim Yu-Mi (KOR)  Lee Tuk-Young (KOR) [14]
3 El Salvador San Salvador
Compound Individual  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  Jamie van Natta (USA)  Almendra Ochoa (MEX) [15]
Recurve Individual  Qian Jialing (CHN)  Alison Williamson (GBR)  Zhang Juanjuan (CHN) [16]
4 China Shanghai
Compound Individual  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  Linda Ochoa (MEX)  Anna Kazantseva (RUS) [17]
Recurve Individual  Yun Ok-Hee (KOR)  Yun Mi-Jin (KOR)  Lee Tuk-Young (KOR) [18]
World Cup Final
5 Mexico Mérida
Compound Individual  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  Anna Kazantseva (RUS)  Jahna Davis (USA) [19]
Recurve Individual  Zhang Juanjuan (CHN)  Qian Jialing (CHN)  Elena Tonetta (ITA) [20]

Qualification[edit]

Men's individual compound[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[5] Croatia Turkey El Salvador China
1.  Reo Wilde (USA) 57 25 - 21 11 Q
2.  Jorge Jimenez (ESA) 54 - 15 18 21 Q
3.  Dave Cousins (USA) 45 13 - 7 25 Q
4.  Peter Elzinga (USA) 41 5 21 12 8 Q 1
4.  Dominique Genet (FRA) 41 18 8 - 15 1
6.  Patrizio Hofer (SUI) 39 8 18 6 13
7.  Roberval dos Santos (BRA) 38 - 25 - 13
8.  Emiel Custers (NED) 36 21 1 11 4
9.  Ruben Ochoa (MEX) 32 11 6 15 5
10.  Vitor Sidi Neto (BRA) 29 - 11 - 18

1. World ranking used as tie break

Women's individual compound[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[6] Croatia Turkey El Salvador China
1.  Sofia Goncharova (RUS) 75 - 25 25 25 Q
2.  Anna Kazantseva (RUS) 64 25 21 8 18 Q
3.  Jamie van Natta (USA) 57 21 - 21 15 Q
4.  Jahna Davis (USA) 46 18 - 15 13 Q
5.  Almendra Ochoa (MEX) 37 15 4 18 -
6.  Nichola Simpson (GBR) 33 - 18 13 2
7.  Christie Colin (USA) 32 13 - 13 6 1
8.  Jhano Hansdah (IND) 30 10 12 - 8
9.  Arminda Bastos (MEX) 29 6 7 10 12
10.  Linda Ochoa (MEX) 27 - - 6 21

1. Could not qualify as national quota already reached

Men's individual recurve[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[7] Croatia Turkey El Salvador China
1.  Ilario di Buo (ITA) 53 13 8 25 15 Q
2.  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 46 - 25 - 21 Q
3.  Jayanta Talukdar (IND) 38 25 13 - - Q
4.  Magnus Petersson (SWE) 37 21 10 - 6 Q
5.  Marco Galiazzo (ITA) 36 5 - 8 13
6.  Michele Frangilli (ITA) 34 - 15 11 8
7.  Yong Fujun (CHN) 29 - 11 - 18
8.  Markiyan Ivashko (UKR) 26 18 8 - -
8.  Eduardo Magana (MEX) 26 11 - 15 -
10.  Wietse van Alten (NED) 23 - 2 21 -

Women's individual recurve[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[8] Croatia Turkey El Salvador China
1.  Qian Jialing (CHN) 62 12 25 25 - Q
2.  Yun Ok-Hee (KOR) 40 - 15 - 25 1
3.  Lee Tuk-Young (KOR) 36 - 18 - 18 1
4.  Elena Tonetta (ITA) 33 13 7 13 - Q
5.  Zhang Juanjuan (CHN) 33 - 8 18 7 Q
6.  Alison Williamson (GBR) 26 - - 21 5 Q
7.  Margarita Galinovskaya (RUS) 25 25 - - -
8.  Justyna Mospinek (POL) 24 - 12 - 12
9.  Zekiye Keskin Satir (TUR) 23 8 - 15 -
10.  Yun Mi-Jin (KOR) 21 - - - 21
10.  Pia Carmen Lionetti (ITA) 21 18 3 - -
10.  Kim Yu-Mi (KOR) 21 - 21 - -
10.  Maura Frigeri (ITA) 21 21 - - -

1. Qualified but withdrew

Nations ranking[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[9] Croatia Turkey El Salvador China
1. United States United States 305 106 7 122 70
2. Italy Italy 240 98 36 70 36
3. South Korea South Korea 237 - 114 - 123
4. Russia Russia 210 64 64 33 49
5. China China 208 25 44 63 76
6. Mexico Mexico 189 43 21 80 45
7. Netherlands Netherlands 137 26 37 62 12
8. United Kingdom Great Britain 132 12 38 75 7
9. India India 115 50 47 - 18
10. El Salvador El Salvador 79 - 21 37 21

World Cup Finals[edit]

Men's Individual Compound[edit]

  Semi-Final     Final
                 
  1   Jorge Jimenez (ESA) 115  
  4   Reo Wilde (USA) 118    
      4   Reo Wilde (USA) 120
      2   Peter Elzinga (NED) 115
  3   Dave Cousins (USA) 110    
  2   Peter Elzinga (NED) 113   3rd Place
 
1   Jorge Jimenez (ESA) 118
  3   Dave Cousins (USA) 113

Men's Individual Recurve[edit]

  Semi-Final     Final
                 
  1   Ilario di Buo (ITA) 110  
  4   Jayanta Talukdar (IND) 109    
      1   Ilario di Buo (ITA) 105
      3   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 112
  3   Park Kyung-Mo (KOR) 109    
  2   Magnus Petersson (SWE) 104   3rd Place
 
4   Jayanta Talukdar (IND) 107
  2   Magnus Petersson (SWE) 111

Women's Individual Compound[edit]

  Semi-Final     Final
                 
  1   Anna Kazantseva (RUS) 113  
  4   Jahna Davis (USA) 109    
      1   Anna Kazantseva (RUS) 106
      2   Sofia Goncharova (RUS) 112
  3   Jamie van Natta (USA) 100    
  2   Sofia Goncharova (RUS) 111   3rd Place
 
4   Jahna Davis (USA) 110
  3   Jamie van Natta (USA) 109

Women's Individual Recurve[edit]

  Semi-Final     Final
                 
  1   Alison Williamson (GBR) 105  
  4   Zhang Juanjuan (CHN) 106    
      4   Zhang Juanjuan (CHN) 107
      2   Qian Jialing (CHN) 103
  3   Elena Tonetta (ITA) 105    
  2   Qian Jialing (CHN) 109   3rd Place
 
1   Alison Williamson (GBR) 1048
  3   Elena Tonetta (ITA) 1049

References[edit]