2014 World Indoor Archery Championships

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2014 World Indoor Archery Championships
Location France Nîmes, France
Start date 2014-02-26
End date 2014-03-02
Competitors 353 from 45 nations

The 2014 World Indoor Archery Championships was the 12th edition of the World Indoor Archery Championships. The event was held in Nîmes, France, from February 26 to March 2, 2014, and was organized by World Archery.[1]

Events[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Senior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Ryan Tyack
Australia (AUS)
 Viktor Ruban
Ukraine (UKR)
 Brady Ellison
United States (USA)
[2]
Men's team  Ukraine
Heorhiy Ivanytskyy
Markiyan Ivashko
Viktor Ruban
 Japan
Hideki Kikuchi
Naoya Oniyama
Shungo Tabata
 Netherlands
Sjef van den Berg
Rick van den Oever
Rick van der Ven
[3]
Women's individual  Aida Roman
Mexico (MEX)
 Miki Nakamura
Japan (JPN)
 Anastasia Pavlova
Ukraine (UKR)
[4]
Women's team  Ukraine
Veronika Marchenko
Anastasia Pavlova
Lidiia Sichenikova
 Germany
Veronika Haidn Tschalova
Elena Richter
Karina Winter
 Poland
Natalia Lesniak
Karina Lipiarska
Adriana Zuranska
[5]

Junior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Maximilian Weckmueller
Germany (GER)
 Carlo Schmitz
Germany (GER)
 David Pasqualucci
Italy (ITA)
[6]
Men's team  France
Thomas Antoine
Lucas Daniel
Thomas Koenig
 Ukraine
Anton Komar
Valentyn Kutsyy
Mykhaylo-Yaroslav Malyk
 Turkey
Berat Aydin
Kerem Kirsever
Orkun Ege Tokusoglu
[7]
Women's individual  Tatiana Andreoli
Italy (ITA)
 Ariuna Zhargalova
Russia (RUS)
 Sylwia Zyzanska
Poland (POL)
[8]
Women's team  Italy
Tatiana Andreoli
Sara Ret
Loredana Spera
 Ukraine
Solomiya Gnyp
Viktoria Oleksiyk
Polina Rodionova
 Russia
Zhibzema Dambaeva
Valeria Mylnikova
Ariuna Zhargalova
[9]

Compound[edit]

Senior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Sergio Pagni
Italy (ITA)
 Reo Wilde
United States (USA)
 Stephan Hansen
Denmark (DEN)
[10]
Men's team  United States
Jesse Broadwater
Braden Gellenthien
Reo Wilde
 Denmark
Martin Damsbo
Stephan Hansen
Patrick Laursen
 Sweden
Magnus Carlsson
Carl-Henrik Gidenskold
Morgan Lundin
[11]
Women's individual  Sophie Dodemont
France (FRA)
 Christie Colin
United States (USA)
 Pascale Lebecque
France (FRA)
[12]
Women's team  Mexico
Rosalia Dominguez
Brenda Merino
Linda Ochoa
 United States
Christie Colin
Crystal Gauvin
Erika Jones
 South Africa
Gerda Roux
Jeanine van Kradenburg
Danelle Wentzel
[13]

Junior[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual  Viktor Orosz
Hungary (HUN)
 Mario Vavro
Croatia (CRO)
 Bridger Deaton
United States (USA)
[14]
Men's team  United States
Bridger Deaton
Dillon McGeorge
Charlie Weinstein
 Italy
Valerio Della Stua
Michele Nencioni
Jesse Sut
 Croatia
Domagoj Buden
Andelo Suvak
Mario Vavro
[15]
Women's individual  Mariya Shkolna
Ukraine (UKR)
 Emily Bee
United States (USA)
 Lexi Keller
United States (USA)
[16]
Women's team  Turkey
Aleyna Akcinar
Yesim Bostan
Begum Topkarci
 United States
Emily Bee
Lexi Keller
Brogan Williams
 Russia
Sofia Khlystova
Alexandra Savenkova
Mariia Vinogradova
[17]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Ukraine 3 3 1 7
2  Italy 3 1 1 5
3  United States 2 5 3 10
4  France 2 - 1 3
5  Mexico 2 - - 2
6  Germany 1 2 - 3
7  Turkey 1 - 1 2
8  Australia 1 - - 1
 Hungary 1 - - 1
10  Japan - 2 - 2
11  Russia - 1 2 3
12  Croatia - 1 1 2
 Denmark - 1 1 2
14  Poland - - 2 2
15  Netherlands - - 1 1
 South Africa - - 1 1
 Sweden - - 1 1

Participating nations[edit]

45 nations registered 353 athletes across disciplines, significantly more than in Las Vegas in 2012.[2]

References[edit]