2001 World Archery Championships

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2001 World Archery Championships
Location China Beijing, China
Start date 2001-09-16
End date 2001-09-23

The 2001 World Archery Championships was the 41st edition of the World Archery Championships. The event was held in Beijing from 16-23 September 2001 and was organized by World Archery Federation (FITA).[1]

Events[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Yeon Jung-Ki
 South Korea
Lionel Torres
 France
Park Kyung-Mo
 South Korea
Men's team  South Korea
Yeon Jung-Ki
Lee Chang-Hwan
Park Kyung-Mo
 Italy
Michele Frangilli
Ilario di Buo
Matteo Bisiani
 China
Chen Hongyuan
Sun Jian
Yang Bo
Women's individual Park Sung-Hyun
 South Korea
Kim Kyung-Wook
 South Korea
Kateryna Palekha
 Ukraine
Women's team  China
Zhang Juanjuan
He Ying
Yang Jianping
 Italy
Natalia Valeeva
Irene Franchini
Roberta Allodi
 South Korea
Choi Nam-Ok
Park Sung-Hyun
Kim Kyung-Wook

Compound[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Dejan Sitar
 Slovenia
Morgan Lundin
 Sweden
Morten Boe
 Norway
Men's team  Norway
Morten Boe
Sigmund Johansen
Kolbjoern Flaa
 Germany
Robert Hesse
Stefan Griem
Rainer Voss
 Great Britain
Chris White
Michael Peart
Jonathan Mynott
Women's individual Ulrika Sjoewall
 Sweden
Bettina Thiele
 Germany
Sirkka Sokka-Matikainen
 Finland
Women's team  France
Maggy Masson
Catherine Pellen
Valerie Fabre
 Italy
Stefania Montagnoni
Assunta Atorino
Francesca Peracino
 Netherlands
Irma Luyting
Marjon Pigney
Olga Zandvliet

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  South Korea 3 1 1 5
2  France 1 1 - 2
 Sweden 1 1 - 2
4  China 1 - 1 2
 Norway 1 - 1 2
6  Slovenia 1 - - 1
7  Italy - 3 - 3
8  Germany - 2 - 2
9  Finland - - 1 1
 Great Britain - - 1 1
 Netherlands - - 1 1
 Ukraine - - 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Target Archery Championship 2001 : Beijing, China" (PDF). Archery.org. Retrieved 2013-09-04. 

External links[edit]