2014 Archery World Cup

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2014 Archery World Cup Final
2014 Lausanne Archery World Cup Final.jpg
Venue Place de la Navigation, Ouchy
Location Switzerland Lausanne, Switzerland
Start date September 6, 2014 (2014-09-06)
End date September 7, 2014 (2014-09-07)
Competitors 32
Ouchy harbour, the venue for the finals.

The 2014 Archery World Cup was the ninth edition of the annual Archery World Cup, organised by the World Archery Federation. The locations for the 4 preliminary stages were the same as in 2013, with the first leg in Shanghai, China from 22–27 April, the second leg on 13–18 May in Medellin, Colombia, the third leg on 10–15 June in Antalya, Turkey, and the final leg on August 5–10 in Wroclaw, Poland. The finals were held in Lausanne on 6–7 September.[1][2][3]

American Brady Ellison won the men's recurve competition for a record third time, beating 16-year-old Marcus D'Almeida in the final by shoot off.[4][5][6][7] The winners in the other events were all from the Americas.

Medal summary[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Brady Ellison
 United States
Marcus D'Almeida
 Brazil
Rick van der Ven
 Netherlands
Women's individual Aída Román
 Mexico
Cheng Ming
 China
Xu Jing
 China
Mixed Team Mexico Mexico
Aída Román
Eduardo Vélez
Switzerland Switzerland
Iliana Deineko
Florian Faber

Compound[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual Bridger Deaton
 United States
Pierre Julien Deloche
 France
Reo Wilde
 United States
Women's individual Sara López
 Colombia
Erika Jones
 United States
Natalia Avdeeva
 Russia
Mixed Team United States United States
Erika Jones
Bridger Deaton
Switzerland Switzerland
Clementine de Guili
Patrizio Hofer

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 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.[8]

The recurve legs consisted of a 1440 qualification round (formerly called a FITA 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.[9]

The scores awarded in the four stages were as follows:

Individual scoring[edit]

Position Points[10]
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

Mixed team scoring[edit]

Position Points[11]
1st place 16
2nd place 12
3rd place 10
4th place 8
5th place 4
6th place 3
7th place 2
8th place 1

Results[edit]

Host cities of the 2014 Archery World Cup (italic = stage host, bold = finals host)

Men[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 China Shanghai Compound Individual 26 April 2014  Sebastien Peineau (FRA)  PJ Deloche (FRA)  Bridger Deaton (USA) [1]
Compound Team 26 April 2014 United States United States Australia Australia Russia Russia [2]
Recurve Individual 27 April 2014  Hideki Kikuchi (JPN)  Pierre Plihon (FRA)  Rick van der Ven (NED) [3]
Recurve Team 27 April 2014 Japan Japan Australia Australia Netherlands Netherlands [4]
2 Colombia Medellin
Compound Individual 17 May 2014  Peter Elzinga (NED)  Daniel Muñoz (COL)  Reo Wilde (USA) [5]
Compound Team 17 May 2014 United States United States Netherlands Netherlands Italy Italy [6]
Recurve Individual 18 May 2014  Lee Seung-yun (KOR)  Oh Jin-hyek (KOR)  Kim Woo-jin (KOR) [7]
Recurve Team 18 May 2014 South Korea South Korea India India United States United States [8]
3 Turkey Antalya
Compound Individual 14 June 2014  Choi Yong-hee (KOR)  Rajat Chauhan (IND)  Mike Schloesser (NED) [9]
Compound Team 14 June 2014 Netherlands Netherlands United States United States Italy Italy [10]
Recurve Individual 15 June 2014  Florian Kahllund (GER)  Ku Bon-chan (KOR)  Takaharu Furukawa (JPN) [11]
Recurve Team 15 June 2014 South Korea South Korea Russia Russia Japan Japan [12]
4 Poland Wroclaw
Compound Individual 9 August 2014  PJ Deloche (FRA)  Reo Wilde (USA)  Alexander Dambaev (RUS) [13]
Compound Team 9 August 2014 Denmark Denmark Mexico Mexico Italy Italy [14]
Recurve Individual 10 August 2014  Rick van der Ven (NED)  Mauro Nespoli (ITA)  Jean-Charles Valladont (FRA) [15]
Recurve Team 10 August 2014 Mexico Mexico India India China China [16]
World Cup Final
5 Switzerland Lausanne
Compound Individual 6 September 2014  Bridger Deaton (USA)  PJ Deloche (FRA)  Reo Wilde (USA) [17]
Recurve Individual 7 September 2014  Brady Ellison (USA)  Marcus D'Almeida (BRA)  Rick van der Ven (NED) [18]

Women[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 China Shanghai Compound Individual 26 April 2014  Choi Bo-min (KOR)  Sara López (COL)  Alejandra Usquiano (COL) [19]
Compound Team 26 April 2014 United States United States Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei South Korea South Korea [20]
Recurve Individual 27 April 2014  Elena Richter (GER)  Xu Jing (CHN)  Aída Román (MEX) [21]
Recurve Team 27 April 2014 China China Colombia Colombia Japan Japan [22]
2 Colombia Medellin
Compound Individual 17 May 2014  Erika Jones (USA)  Toja Cerne (SLO)  Inge van Caspel (NED) [23]
Compound Team 17 May 2014 United States United States Colombia Colombia Mexico Mexico [24]
Recurve Individual 18 May 2014  Jung Dasomi (KOR)  Lisa Unruh (GER)  Natalia Erdyniyeva (RUS) [25]
Recurve Team 18 May 2014 Germany Germany China China South Korea South Korea [26]
3 Turkey Antalya
Compound Individual 14 June 2014  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS)  Fatimah Almashhadani (IRQ)  Janine Meissner (GER) [27]
Compound Team 14 June 2014 Russia Russia United States United States India India [28]
Recurve Individual 15 June 2014  Chang Hye-jin (KOR)  Cheng Ming (CHN)  Ren Hayakawa (JPN) [29]
Recurve Team 15 June 2014 China China South Korea South Korea Russia Russia [30]
4 Poland Wroclaw
Compound Individual 9 August 2014  Cansu Ecem Coşkun (TUR)  Sara López (COL)  Albina Loginova (RUS) [31]
Compound Team 9 August 2014 United States United States Russia Russia Colombia Colombia [32]
Recurve Individual 10 August 2014  Ika Yuliana Rochmawati (INA)  Xu Jing (CHN)  Deepika Kumari (IND) [33]
Recurve Team 10 August 2014 India India Mexico Mexico China China [34]
World Cup Final
5 Switzerland Lausanne
Compound Individual 6 September 2014  Sara López (COL)  Erika Jones (USA)  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS) [35]
Recurve Individual 7 September 2014  Aída Román (MEX)  Cheng Ming (CHN)  Xu Jing (CHN) [36]

Mixed Team[edit]

Round Venue Discipline Date Winner Second Third Details
1 China Shanghai
Compound 26 April 2014 South Korea South Korea United States United States France France [37]
Recurve 27 April 2014 United States United States Mexico Mexico United Kingdom Great Britain[12] [38]
2 Colombia Medellin
Compound 17 May 2014 France France Netherlands Netherlands United States United States [39]
Recurve 18 May 2014 South Korea South Korea Brazil Brazil India India [40]
3 Turkey Antalya
Compound 14 June 2014 Belgium Belgium Colombia Colombia Slovenia Slovenia [41]
Recurve 14 June 2014 China China India India South Korea South Korea [42]
4 Poland Wroclaw
Compound 9 August 2014 United States United States India India Russia Russia [43]
Recurve 10 August 2014 Mexico Mexico Russia Russia India India [44]
World Cup Final
5 Switzerland Lausanne
Compound 6 September 2014 United States United States Switzerland Switzerland [45]
Recurve 7 September 2014 Mexico Mexico Switzerland Switzerland [46]

Medal table[edit]

Key

     Final host nation
     Stage host nation

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 11 5 5 21
2  South Korea 9 3 4 16
3  Mexico 4 3 2 9
4  China 3 5 3 11
5  Netherlands 3 2 5 10
6  France 3 3 2 8
7  Germany 3 1 1 5
8  Russia 2 3 5 10
9  Japan 2 - 4 6
10  Colombia 1 6 2 9
11  India 1 5 4 10
12  Denmark 1 - - 1
 Indonesia 1 - - 1
 Turkey 1 - - 1
 Belgium 1 - - 1
16  Australia - 2 - 2
 Brazil - 2 - 2
  Switzerland - 2 - 2
19  Italy - 1 3 4
20  Slovenia - 1 1 2
21  Chinese Taipei - 1 - 1
 Iraq - 1 - 1
23  Great Britain - - 1 1

Qualification[edit]

Men's individual compound[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1.  Reo Wilde (USA) 52 13 18 - 21 Q
2.  Peter Elzinga (NED) 48 - 25 10 13 Q
3.  Pierre Julien Deloche (FRA) 46 21 - - 25 Q
4.  Sebastien Peineau (FRA) 43 25 5 13 5 Q
4.  Bridger Deaton (USA) 43 18 12 - 13 Q
6.  Rajat Chauhan (IND) 31 5 - 21 5 Q
7.  Choi Yong-hee (KOR) 30 5 - 25 - 1[13]
8.  Alexander Dambaev (RUS) 28 5 5 - 18 Q
9.  Sergio Pagni (ITA) 25 - 5 15 5
10.  Mike Schloesser (NED) 23 - - 18 5
10.  Roberto Hernández (ESA) 23 5 13 5 -

1. Qualified but withdrew

Women's individual compound[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1.  Sara López (COL) 47 21 - 5 21 Q
2.  Albina Loginova (RUS) 44 - 15 11 18 Q
3.  Erika Jones (USA) 42 12 25 - 5 Q
4.  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS) 38 - - 25 13 Q
5.  Linda Ochoa (MEX) 34 10 - 13 11 Q
6.  Alejandra Usquiano (COL) 33 18 5 10 5 Q
7.  Toja Cerne (SLO) 31 5 21 5 - Q
8.  Cansu Ecem Coşkun (TUR) 30 - - 5 25
9.  Choi Bo-min (KOR) 25 25 - - -
10.  Inge van Caspel (NED) 23 - 18 - 5

Men's individual recurve[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1.  Rick van der Ven (NED) 56 18 - 13 25 Q
2.  Marcus D'Almeida (BRA) 38 5 13 10 15 Q
3.  Pierre Plihon (FRA) 36 21 - 5 10 Q
4.  Brady Ellison (USA) 34 11 10 - 13 Q
4.  Oh Jin-hyek (KOR) 34 - 21 13 - Q
6.  Lee Seung-yun (KOR) 30 - 25 5 - 1[14]
6.  Florian Kahllund (GER) 30 5 - 25 - Q
8.  Jake Kaminski (USA) 27 - 11 5 11 Q
9.  Ku Bon-chan (KOR) 26 - 5 21 -
10.  Hideki Kikuchi (JPN) 25 25 - - -

1. Qualified but withdrew

Women's individual recurve[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1.  Xu Jing (CHN) 47 21 - 5 21 Q
2.  Jung Dasomi (KOR) 37 - 25 12 - Q
3.  Elena Richter (GER) 35 25 5 - 5 Q
4.  Lisa Unruh (GER) 31 - 21 5 5 Q
5.  Joo Hyun-Jung (KOR) 30 - 15 15 - 1[15]
6.  Aída Román (MEX) 28 18 5 - 5 Q
7.  Cheng Ming (CHN) 26 5 - 21 - Q
8.  Tatiana Segina (RUS) 25 - - 10 15 Q
8.  Ika Yuliana Rochmawati (INA) 25 - - - 25
8.  Chang Hye-jin (KOR) 25 - - 25 -

1. Qualified but withdrew

Mixed Team Compound[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1. United States United States 38 12 10 4 16 Q
2. France France 29 10 16 2 3
3. India India 24 8 - 4 12
4. Russia Russia 21 3 8 - 10
5. Colombia Colombia 17 2 2 12 3

Mixed Team Recurve[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1. Mexico Mexico 36 12 8 - 16 Q
2. India India 32 - 10 12 10
3. South Korea South Korea 26 - 16 10 -
4. United States United States 19 16 - - 3
5. China China 16 - - 16 -

Nations ranking[edit]

Pos Athlete Points China Colombia Turkey Poland
1.  United States (USA) 660 175 220 84 181
2.  South Korea (KOR) 531 99 196 236 -
3.  Mexico (MEX) 444 119 133 43 149
4.  Russia (RUS) 373 35 46 149 143
5.  India (IND) 330 23 81 78 148
6.  China (CHN) 313 76 67 87 83
7.  Netherlands (NED) 269 53 87 81 48
8.  Italy (ITA) 259 - 97 81 81
9.  Colombia (COL) 241 78 71 32 60
10.  France (FRA) 230 105 26 25 74

World Cup Finals[edit]

With the exception of the highest ranked recurve archers Oh Jin-hyek and Jung Dasomi, the qualified athletes from South Korea declined invitations to the World Cup Final in order to focus on the Asian Games, and were replaced by the next highest qualifiers. The final places were filled by representatives from the host nation, Switzerland.[16][17][18]

Men's Individual Compound[edit]

6 September 2014

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  1  Reo Wilde (USA) 148  
8  Kevin Burri (SUI) 139  
  1  Reo Wilde (USA) 146  
  5  Bridger Deaton (USA) 147  
5  Bridger Deaton (USA) 145
  4  Sebastien Peineau (FRA) 144  
    5  Bridger Deaton (USA) 148
  3  PJ Deloche (FRA) 144
  3  PJ Deloche (FRA) 146  
6  Rajat Chauhan (IND) 145  
  3  PJ Deloche (FRA) 146 9* Third place
  2  Peter Elzinga (NED) 146 9  
7  Alexander Dambaev (RUS) 144 1  Reo Wilde (USA) 146
  2  Peter Elzinga (NED) 145   2  Peter Elzinga (NED) 144

Men's Individual Recurve[edit]

7 September 2014

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
1  Rick van der Ven (NED) 2 2 0 2
8  Adrian Faber (SUI) 0 0 2 0
1  Rick van der Ven (NED) 1 0 1 1 1
5  Brady Ellison (USA) 1 2 1 1 1
5  Brady Ellison (USA) 0 0 2 2 11
4  Oh Jin-hyek (KOR) 2 2 0 0 10
5  Brady Ellison (USA) 1 0 2 1 11
2  Marcus D'Almeida (BRA) 1 2 0 1 10
3  Pierre Plihon (FRA) 1 0 2 1 0
6  Florian Kahllund (GER) 1 2 0 1 2
6  Florian Kahllund (GER) 0 0 0 Bronze medal match
2  Marcus D'Almeida (BRA) 2 2 2
7  Jake Kaminski (USA) 0 0 0 1  Rick van der Ven (NED) 0 1 1 2 2
2  Marcus D'Almeida (BRA) 2 2 2 6  Florian Kahllund (GER) 2 1 1 0 0

Women's Individual Compound[edit]

6 September 2014

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                           
  1  Sara López (COL) 144  
8  Clementine de Guili (SUI) 140  
  1  Sara López (COL) 147  
  4  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS) 145  
5  Linda Ochoa (MEX) 144
  4  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS) 145  
    1  Sara López (COL) 147
  3  Erika Jones (USA) 145
  3  Erika Jones (USA) 145  
6  Alejandra Usquiano (COL) 126  
  3  Erika Jones (USA) 146 Third place
  7  Toja Cerne (SLO) 137  
7  Toja Cerne (SLO) 145 4  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS) 145
  2  Albina Loginova (RUS) 140   7  Toja Cerne (SLO) 144

Women's Individual Recurve[edit]

7 September 2014

Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                         
1  Xu Jing (CHN) 0 2 2 2
8  Nathalie Dielen (SUI) 2 0 0 0
1  Xu Jing (CHN) 2 0 2 0 0
5  Aída Román (MEX) 0 2 0 2 2
5  Aída Román (MEX) 2 1 0 0 21
4  Lisa Unruh (GER) 0 1 2 2 00
5  Aída Román (MEX) 0 2 1 2 1
6  Cheng Ming (CHN) 2 0 1 0 1
3  Elena Richter (GER) 2 2 0 0 0
6  Cheng Ming (CHN) 0 0 2 2 2
6  Cheng Ming (CHN) 2 1 1 1 01 Bronze medal match
7  Tatiana Segina (RUS) 0 1 1 1 20
7  Tatiana Segina (RUS) 0 2 1 0 21 1  Xu Jing (CHN) 2 1 2 0 2
2  Jung Dasomi (KOR) 2 0 1 2 00 7  Tatiana Segina (RUS) 0 1 0 2 0

Mixed Team Compound[edit]

6 September 2014

Finals
     
1 United States United States
Erika Jones
Reo Wilde
158
2 Switzerland Switzerland
Clementine de Guili
Patrizio Hofer
151

Mixed Team Recurve[edit]

7 September 2014

Finals
             
1 Mexico Mexico
Aída Román
Eduardo Vélez
2 2 2
2 Switzerland Switzerland
Iliana Deineko
Florian Faber
0 0 0

Notes and references[edit]

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  5. ^ Nick Butler. "Ellison edges Brazilian superstar in a shootout to claim third Archery World Cup Final title". insidethegames.biz - Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games News. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  6. ^ "Top five archers of World Cup 2014 – Recurve individual men". Yahoo! News India. 25 September 2014. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  7. ^ "Ellison and Jones Clinch Athlete of the Year Honors". USA Archery. 11 February 2015. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  8. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Format" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013. 
  9. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Format" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013. 
  10. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Rules" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013. 
  11. ^ "WORLD CUP 2013 Rules" (PDF). FITA. Retrieved 23 May 2013. 
  12. ^ Perry, Keith (6 May 2014). "Leamington’s Naomi Folkard wins a medal in Archery World Cup event". Coventry Telegraph. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  13. ^ "World Archery > NEWS > News". World Archery. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  14. ^ "World Archery > NEWS > News". World Archery. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  15. ^ "World Archery > NEWS > News". World Archery. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  16. ^ "World Archery > NEWS > News". World Archery. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  17. ^ "World Archery > NEWS > News". World Archery. Retrieved 13 October 2014. 
  18. ^ "Lausanne 2014 - World Archery". Retrieved 13 October 2014. 

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