2009 World Archery Championships

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2009 World Archery Championships
Venue Ulsan Munsu International Archery Field
Location South Korea Ulsan, South Korea
Start date 2009-09-01
End date 2009-09-09
Competitors 412 from 64 nations

The 2009 World Archery Championships was the 45th edition of the World Archery Championships. The event was held in South Korea from September 1-9, 2011 and was organized by World Archery Federation(FITA).[1] The event was contested at the Ulsan Munsu International Archery Field.

This was the last edition without a Mixed Team competition, which was included as a demonstration event.

Events[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Lee Chang-Hwan
South Korea (KOR)
 Im Dong-Hyun
South Korea (KOR)
 Viktor Ruban
Ukraine (UKR)
Men's team  South Korea
Oh Jin-Hyek
Lee Chang-Hwan
Im Dong-Hyun
 France
Thomas Aubert
Jean-Charles Valladont
Romain Girouille
 Japan
Hideki Kikuchi
Hiroshi Yamamoto
Hiroyuki Yoshinaga
Women's individual  Joo Hyun-Jung
South Korea (KOR)
 Kwak Ye-Ji
South Korea (KOR)
 Natalia Sanchez
Colombia (COL)
Women's team  South Korea
Joo Hyun-Jung
Kwak Ye-Ji
Yun Ok-Hee
 Japan
Miki Kanie
Asako Matsunaga
Sayami Matsushita
 Russia
Tatyana Boroday
Natalya Erdyniyeva
Tatiana Segina

Compound[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Reo Wilde
United States (USA)
 Liam Grimwood
Great Britain (GBR)
 Stephen Clifton
New Zealand (NZL)
Men's team  United States
Dave Cousins
Braden Gellenthien
Reo Wilde
 Russia
Vladimir Fedosov
Danzan Khaludorov
Anton Khlyschenko
 El Salvador
Jorge Jimenez
Rigoberto Hernandez
Roberto Hernandez
Women's individual  Albina Loginova
Russia (RUS)
 Jorina Coetzee
South Africa (RSA)
 Laura Longo
Italy (ITA)
Women's team  Russia
Viktoria Balzhanova
Ekaterina Korobeynikova
Albina Loginova
 South Korea
Kwon Oh-Hyang
Seo Jung-Hee
Seok Ji-Hyun
 United States
Erika Anschutz
Kendal Nicely
Diane Watson

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea 4 3 - 7
2  Russia 2 1 1 4
3  United States 2 - 1 3
4  Japan - 1 1 2
5  France - 1 - 1
 United Kingdom - 1 - 1
 South Africa - 1 - 1
8  Colombia - - 1 1
 El Salvador - - 1 1
 Italy - - 1 1
 New Zealand - - 1 1
 Ukraine - - 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

412 athletes entered from 64 countries.[2]

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