2012 World Indoor Archery Championships

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2012 World Indoor Archery Championships
Dates 2012-02-05–2012-02-09
Competitors 269
Nations 36
Venue South Point Hotel
Location United States Nevada Enterprise, Nevada, United States
South Point Hotel, competition venue.

The 2012 World Indoor Archery Championships was the 11th edition of the World Indoor Archery Championships. The event was held in Las Vegas, United States from February 5 to February 9, 2012 and was organized by International Archery Federation (FITA).[1] The event was contested at the South Point Hotel, and the event was followed by the World Archery Festival and the finals of the second Indoor Archery World Cup.[2]

Events[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Senior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Marco Galiazzo
Italy (ITA)
 Jake Kaminski
United States (USA)
 Brady Ellison
United States (USA)
[1]
Men's team  United States
Brady Ellison
Jake Kaminski
Victor Wunderle
 Russia
Bair Badenov
Alexey Borodin
Baljinima Tsyrempilov
 Ukraine
Yuriy Havelko
Yaroslav Mokrynsky
Viktor Ruban
[2]
Women's individual  Natalia Valeeva
Italy (ITA)
 Miranda Leek
United States (USA)
 Ksenia Perova
Russia (RUS)
[3]
Women's team  United States
Brandi Deloach
Miranda Leek
Jennifer Nichols
 Japan
Miki Kanie
Mitsui Nagaoka
Mai Okubo
 Italy
Guendalina Sartori
Elena Tonetta
Natalia Valeeva
[4]

Junior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Luca Maran
Italy (ITA)
 Sjef van den Berg
Netherlands (NED)
 Vitaliy Komonyuk
Ukraine (UKR)
[5]
Men's team  Russia
Artysh Chuldum
Bair Tsybekdorzhiev
Beligto Tsynguev
 Ukraine
Heorhiy Ivanytskyy
Vitaliy Komonyuk
Valentyn Kutsyy
 United States
Jeremiah Cusick
Daniel McLaughlin
Sean McLaughin
[6]
Women's individual  Kristina Timofeeva
Russia (RUS)
 Anastasia Pavlova
Ukraine (UKR)
 Polina Rodionova
Ukraine (UKR)
[7]
Women's team  Ukraine
Veronika Marchenko
Anastasia Pavlova
Polina Rodionova
 Russia
Oyuna Bolotova
Tuyana Dashidorzhieva
Kristina Timofeeva
 United States
Sarah Bernstein
Ariel Gibilaro
LaNola Pritchard
[8]

Compound[edit]

Senior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Reo Wilde
United States (USA)
 Jimmy Butts
United States (USA)
 Julio Ricardo Fierro
Mexico (MEX)
[9]
Men's team  United States
Jimmy Butts
Braden Gellenthien
Reo Wilde
 France
Pierre Julien Deloche
Sebastien Peineau
Guillaume Rubben
 Great Britain
Duncan Busby
Liam Grimwood
Chris White
[10]
Women's individual  Viktoria Balzhanova
Russia (RUS)
 Inge van Caspel
Netherlands (NED)
 Linda Ochoa
Mexico (MEX)
[11]
Women's team  United States
Erika Anschutz
Christie Colin
Tristan Skarvan
 Russia
Natalia Avdeeva
Viktoria Balzhanova
Albina Loginova
 Great Britain
Andrea Gales
Naomi Jones
Nichola Simpson
[12]

Junior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Bridger Deaton
United States (USA)
 Rheinhard Louw
South Africa (RSA)
 Garrett Abernethy
United States (USA)
[13]
Men's team  United States
Garrett Abernethy
Ben Cleland
Bridger Deaton
 Mexico
Rodrigo Cardenas Osnorno
Mario Cardoso
David Montiel
 South Africa
Rheinhard Louw
Patrick O'Neill
James Scoones
[14]
Women's individual  Runa Grydeland
Norway (NOR)
 Lexi Keller
United States (USA)
 Contessa Loh
Singapore (SIN)
[15]
Women's team  Russia
Ekaterina Korobeynikova
Radmila Protasova
Mariia Vinogradova
 United States
Carli Cochran
Lexi Keller
Sarah Lance
 Croatia
Tamara Brlek
Maja Orlic
Dora Ostrek
[16]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 7 5 4 16
2  Russia 4 3 1 8
3  Italy 3 - 1 4
4  Ukraine 1 2 3 6
5  Norway 1 - - 1
6  Netherlands - 2 - 2
7  Mexico - 1 2 3
8  South Africa - 1 1 2
9  France - 1 - 1
 Japan - 1 - 1
11  Great Britain - - 2 2
12  Croatia - - 1 1
 Singapore - - 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

36 nations registered 269 athletes across disciplines, one fewer country and 69 athletes fewer than in Rzeszów in 2009.[3]

References[edit]