List of World Championships medalists in archery

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This is a List of World Championships medalists in outdoor target archery. The World Archery Championships are one of the three pinnacle events organised by the World Archery Federation and the event with the longest continuous history, the others being the Olympic archery competition (1972–) and the World Cup (2006–).

Host cities[edit]

Number Year Location Events
1 1931 Poland Lwów
2 1932 Poland Warsaw
3 1933 United Kingdom London
4 1934 Sweden Båstad
5 1935 Belgium Brussels
6 1936 Czechoslovakia Prague
7 1937 France Paris
8 1938 United Kingdom London
9 1939 Norway Oslo
10 1946 Sweden Stockholm
11 1947 Czechoslovakia Prague
12 1948 United Kingdom London
13 1949 France Paris
14 1950 Denmark Copenhagen
15 1952 Belgium Brussels
16 1954 Norway Oslo
17 1955 Finland Helsinki
18 1957 Czechoslovakia Prague
19 1958 Belgium Brussels
20 1959 Sweden Stockholm
21 1961 Norway Oslo
22 1963 Finland Helsinki
23 1965 Sweden Västerås
24 1967 Netherlands Amersfoort
25 1969 United States Valley Forge
26 1971 United Kingdom York
27 1973 France Grenoble
28 1975 Switzerland Interlaken
29 1977 Australia Canberra
30 1979 West Germany Berlin
31 1981 Italy Punta Ala
32 1983 United States Los Angeles
33 1985 South Korea Seoul
34 1987 Australia Adelaide
35 1989 Switzerland Lausanne
36 1991 Poland Kraków
37 1993 Turkey Antalya
38 1995 Indonesia Jakarta
39 1997 Canada Victoria
40 1999 France Riom
41 2001 China Beijing
42 2003 United States New York
43 2005 Spain Madrid
44 2007 Germany Leipzig
45 2009 South Korea Ulsan
46 2011 Italy Turin
47 2013 Turkey Belek
48 2015 Denmark Copenhagen
49 2017 Mexico Mexico City
50 2019 Netherlands 's-Hertogenbosch


Host cities of the World Archery Championships
Host cities of the World Archery Championships (Europe – modern borders shown)

Champions[edit]

Recurve[edit]

Year Location Men's Individual Women's Individual Men's Team Women's Team Mixed Team Ref[1][2]
1931 Poland Lwów  Michal Sawicki (POL)  France 1 [1]
1932 Poland Warsaw  Laurent Reth (BEL)  Poland 1 [2]
1933 United Kingdom London  Donald MacKenzie (USA)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Belgium 1  Poland 1 [3]
1934 Sweden Båstad  Henry Kjellson (SWE)  Sweden 1 [4]
1935 Belgium Brussels  Adrien Van Kolen (BEL)
 Jaroslav Lenecek (TCH)2
 Ina Catani (SWE)  Czechoslovakia 1  Great Britain 1 [5]
1936 Czechoslovakia Prague  Emil Heilborn (SWE)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Poland 1 [6]
1937 France Paris  Georges De Rons (BEL)  Erna Simon (GBR)  Poland  Great Britain [7]
1938 United Kingdom London  Frantisek Hadas (TCH)  Nora Weston-Martyr (GBR)
 Louise Nettleton (GBR)
 Czechoslovakia  Poland [8]
1939 Norway Oslo  Roger Beday (FRA)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  France [9]
1946 Sweden Stockholm  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)  Petronella de Wharton-Burr (GBR)  Denmark  Great Britain [10]
1947 Czechoslovakia Prague  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Czechoslovakia  Denmark [11]
1948 United Kingdom London  Petronella de Wharton-Burr (GBR)  Sweden  Czechoslovakia [12]
1949 France Paris  Barbara Waterhouse (GBR)  Czechoslovakia  Great Britain [13]
1950 Denmark Copenhagen  Jean Lee (USA)  Denmark  Finland [14]
1952 Belgium Brussels  Stellan Andersson (SWE)  Sweden  United States [15]
1953 Norway Oslo  Bror Lundgren (SWE)  Jean Richards (USA)  Finland [16]
1955 Finland Helsinki  Nils Andersson (SWE)  Katarzyna Wisniowska (POL)  Great Britain [17]
1957 Czechoslovakia Prague  O.K. Smathers (USA)  Carole Meinhart (USA)  United States  United States [18]
1958 Belgium Brussels  Stig Thysell (SWE)  Sigrid Johannson (SWE)  Finland [19]
1959 Sweden Stockholm  James Caspers (USA)  Ann Corby (USA)  United States [20]
1961 Norway Oslo  Joe Thornton (USA)  Nancy Vonderheide (USA) [21]
1963 Finland Helsinki  Charles Sandlin (USA)  Victoria Cook (USA) [22]
1965 Sweden Västerås  Matti Haikonen (FIN)  Maire Lindholm (FIN) [23]
1967 Netherlands Amersfoort  Ray Rogers (USA)  Maria Maczynska (POL)  Poland [24]
1969 United States Valley Forge  Hardy Ward (USA)  Dorothy Lidstone (CAN)  Soviet Union [25]
1971 United Kingdom York  John Williams (USA)  Emma Gapchenko (URS)  Poland [26]
1973 France Grenoble  Victor Sidoruk (URS)  Linda Myers (USA)  Soviet Union [27]
1975 Switzerland Interlaken  Darrell Pace (USA)  Zebiniso Rustamova (URS) [28]
1977 Australia Canberra  Richard McKinney (USA)  Luann Ryon (USA)  United States [29]
1979 West Germany Berlin  Darrell Pace (USA)  Kim Jin-Ho (KOR)  South Korea [30]
1981 Italy Punta Ala  Kyösti Laasonen (FIN)  Natalya Butuzova (URS)  Soviet Union [31]
1983 United States Los Angeles  Richard McKinney (USA)  Kim Jin-Ho (KOR)  South Korea [32]
1985 South Korea Seoul  Irina Soldatova (URS)  South Korea  Soviet Union [33]
1987 Australia Adelaide  Vladimir Yesheyev (URS)  Ma Xiangjun (CHN)  West Germany [34]
1989 Switzerland Lausanne  Stanislav Zabrodsky (URS)  Kim Soo-Nyung (KOR)  Soviet Union  South Korea [35]
1991 Poland Kraków  Simon Fairweather (AUS)  South Korea [36]
1993 Turkey Antalya  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)  Kim Hyo-Jung (KOR)  France [37]
1995 Indonesia Jakarta  Lee Kyung-Chul (KOR)  Natalia Valeeva (MDA)  South Korea [38]
1997 Canada Victoria  Kim Kyung-Ho (KOR)  Kim Du-Ri (KOR) [39]
1999 France Riom  Hong Sung-Chil (KOR)  Lee Eun-Kyung (KOR)  Italy  Italy [40]
2001 China Beijing  Yeon Jung-Ki (KOR)  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)  South Korea  China [41]
2003 United States New York  Michele Frangilli (ITA)  Yun Mi-Jin (KOR)  South Korea [42]
2005 Spain Madrid  Chung Jae-Hun (KOR)  Lee Sung-Jin (KOR) [43]
2007 Germany Leipzig  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  Natalia Valeeva (ITA) [44]
2009 South Korea Ulsan  Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR)  Joo Hyun-Jung (KOR) [45]
2011 Italy Turin  Kim Woo-Jin (KOR)  Denisse van Lamoen (CHI)  Italy  South Korea [46]
2013 Turkey Belek  Lee Seung-Yun (KOR)  Maja Jager (DEN)  United States  South Korea [47]
2015 Denmark Copenhagen  Kim Woo-Jin (KOR)  Ki Bo-Bae (KOR)  South Korea  Russia
2017 Mexico Mexico City  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  Ksenia Perova (RUS)  Italy  South Korea
2019 Netherlands 's-Hertogenbosch  Brady Ellison (USA)  Lei Chien-ying (TPE)  China  Chinese Taipei

Note: 1. Unofficial; 2. Disputed

Compound[edit]

Year Location Men's Individual Women's Individual Men's Team Women's Team Mixed Team Ref[3]
1995 Indonesia Jakarta  Gary Broadhead (USA)  Angela Moscarelli (USA)  France  United States [48]
1997 Canada Victoria  Dee Wilde (USA)  Fabiola Palazzini (ITA)  Hungary  Italy [49]
1999 France Riom  Dave Cousins (USA)  Catherine Pellen (FRA)  United States  Chinese Taipei [50]
2001 China Beijing  Dejan Sitar (SLO)  Ulrika Sjoewall (SWE)  Norway  France [51]
2003 United States New York  Clint Freeman (AUS)  Mary Zorn (USA)  United States  United States [52]
2005 Spain Madrid  Morgan Lundin (SWE)  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  France [53]
2007 Germany Leipzig  Dietmar Trillus (CAN)  Eugenia Salvi (ITA)  Belgium [54]
2009 South Korea Ulsan  Reo Wilde (USA)  Albina Loginova (RUS)  Russia [55]
2011 Italy Turin  Christopher Perkins (CAN)  United States  Italy [56]
2013 Turkey Belek  Mike Schloesser (NED)  Kristina Berger (GER)  Denmark  Colombia [57]
2015 Denmark Copenhagen  Stephan Hansen (DEN)  Kim Yun-hee (KOR)  Iran  Ukraine  South Korea
2017 Mexico Mexico City  Sebastien Peineau (FRA)  Song Yun-soo (KOR)  United States  Colombia
2019 Netherlands 's-Hertogenbosch  James Lutz (USA)  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS)  South Korea  Chinese Taipei

Recurve[edit]

Men's individual[edit]

Competition format:

  • 1933–1955: International long and short rounds (various)
  • 1957–1985: FITA round (90m, 70m, 50m, 30m)
  • 1987–: Olympic round (set system from 2011)
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
United Kingdom 1933 London  Donald MacKenzie (USA)  Emil Heilborn (SWE)  Georges de Rons (BEL)
Sweden 1934 Båstad  Henry Kjelsson (SWE)  Emil Heilborn (SWE)  Oscar Kessels (BEL)
Belgium 1935 Brussels  Adrien Van Kolen (BEL)  Georges De Rons (BEL)  Frans Walraevens (BEL)
Czechoslovakia 1936 Prague  Emil Heilborn (SWE)  Georges De Rons (BEL)  Jan Musilek (TCH)
France 1937 Paris  Georges De Rons (BEL)  Feliks Majewski (POL)  Oscar Kessels (BEL)
United Kingdom 1938 London  Frantisek Hadas (TCH)  Feliks Majewski (POL)  C. Smith (GBR)
Norway 1939 Oslo  Roger Beday (FRA)  Gaston Questemann (FRA)  A. H. Mole (GBR)
Sweden 1946 Stockholm  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Ove Hansen (DEN)
Czechoslovakia 1947 Prague  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Vaclav Karola (DEN)  Josef Brejcha (TCH)
United Kingdom 1948 London  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)  Josef Brejcha (TCH)
France 1949 Paris  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Frantisek Hadas (TCH)  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)
Denmark 1950 Copenhagen  Hans Deutgen (SWE)  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)  Russ Reynolds (USA)
Belgium 1952 Brussels  Stellan Andersson (SWE)  Bror Lundgren (SWE)  Einar Tang-Holbeck (DEN)
Norway 1953 Oslo  Bror Lundgren (SWE)  Einar Tang-Holbek (DEN)  Carl-Eric Bissman (SWE)
Finland 1955 Helsinki  Nils Andersson (SWE)  Robert Rhode (USA)  Bertil Olsson (SWE)
Czechoslovakia 1957 Prague  O.K. Smathers (USA)  Joe Fries (USA)  Sylvester Chessman (USA)
Belgium 1958 Brussels  Stig Thysell (SWE)  Olavi Kallionpaä (FIN)  Roy Matthews (GBR)
Sweden 1959 Stockholm  James Caspers (USA)  Robert Kadiee (USA)  James Needey (USA)
Norway 1961 Oslo  Joe Thornton (USA)  Clayton Sherman (USA)  Jorma Sandelin (FIN)
Finland 1963 Helsinki  Charles Sandlin (USA)  Joe Thornton (USA)  David Keaggy, Jr. (USA)
Sweden 1965 Västerås  Matti Haikonen (FIN)  Joe Thornton (USA)  Ben Walker (USA)
Netherlands 1967 Amersfoort  Ray Rogers (USA)  Ian Dixon (GBR)  Hardy Ward (USA)
United States 1969 Valley Forge  Hardy Ward (USA)  John Williams (USA)  Graeme Telford (AUS)
United Kingdom 1971 York  John Williams (USA)  Kyösti Laasonen (FIN)  Wayne Pullen (CAN)
France 1973 Grenoble  Victor Sidoruk (URS)  Kyösti Laasonen (FIN)  Stephen Lieberman (USA)
Switzerland 1975 Interlaken  Darrell Pace (USA)  Richard McKinney (USA)  Kauko Laasonen (FIN)
Australia 1977 Canberra  Richard McKinney (USA)  Takashi Kamei (JPN)  Leandro De Nardi (ITA)
West Germany 1979 West Berlin  Darrell Pace (USA)  Richard McKinney (USA)  Rodney Baston (USA)
Italy 1981 Punta Ala  Kyosti Laasonen (FIN)  Darrell Pace (USA)  Richard McKinney (USA)
United States 1983 Los Angeles  Richard McKinney (USA)  Darrell Pace (USA)  Marnix Vervinck (BEL)
South Korea 1985 Seoul  Richard McKinney (USA)  Koo Ja-Chong (KOR)  Takayoshi Matsushita (JPN)
Australia 1987 Adelaide  Vladimir Yesheyev (URS)  Andreas Lippoldt (FRG)  Jay Barrs (USA)
Switzerland 1989 Lausanne  Stanislav Zabrodsky (URS)  Steven Hallard (GBR)  Tomi Poikolainen (FIN)
Poland 1991 Krakow  Simon Fairweather (AUS)  Wadim Szikariew (URS)  Chung Jae-Hun (KOR)
Turkey 1993 Antalya  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)  Kim Kyung-Ho (KOR)  Stanislav Zabrodsky (UKR)
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  Lee Kyung-Chul (KOR)  Wu Tsung-Yi (TPE)  Oh Kyo-Moon (KOR)
Canada 1997 Victoria  Kim Kyung-Ho (KOR)  Christophe Peignois (BEL)  Jang Yong-Ho (KOR)
France 1999 Riom  Hong Sung-Chil (KOR)  Jari Lipponen (FIN)  Lionel Torres (FRA)
China 2001 Beijing  Yeon Jung-Ki (KOR)  Lionel Torres (FRA)  Park Kyung-Mo (KOR)
United States 2003 New York  Michele Frangilli (ITA)  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  David Barnes (AUS)
Spain 2005 Madrid  Chung Jae-Hun (KOR)  Ryuichi Moriya (JPN)  Choi Won-Jong (KOR)
Germany 2007 Leipzig  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  Baljinima Tsyrempilov (RUS)  Alan Wills (GBR)
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  Lee Chang-Hwan (KOR)  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  Viktor Ruban (UKR)
Italy 2011 Turin  Kim Woo-Jin (KOR)  Oh Jin-Hyek (KOR)  Brady Ellison (USA)
Turkey 2013 Belek  Lee Seung-Yun (KOR)  Oh Jin-Hyek (KOR)  Crispin Duenas (CAN)
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Kim Woo-Jin (KOR)  Rick van der Ven (NED)  Takaharu Furukawa (JPN)
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Im Dong-Hyun (KOR)  Wei Chun-heng (TPE)  Steve Wijler (NED)
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  Brady Ellison (USA)  Khairul Anuar Mohamad (MAS)  Ruman Shana (BAN)

Women's individual[edit]

Competition format:

  • 1933–1955: International long and short rounds (various)
  • 1957–1985: FITA round (70m, 60m, 50m, 30m)
  • 1987–: Olympic round (set system from 2011)
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
United Kingdom 1933 London  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Louisa Sandford (GBR)  Marja Trajdosowna (POL)
Sweden 1934 Båstad  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Anna Moczulska (POL)  Elsa Waldenström (SWE)
Belgium 1935 Brussels  Ina Catani (SWE)  E. Atkinson (GBR)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)
Czechoslovakia 1936 Prague  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Maria Pankow (POL)  Ina Catani (SWE)
France 1937 Paris  Erna Simon (GBR)  Irene Crupenninck (FRA)  Zofia Bunsch (POL)
United Kingdom 1938 London  Nora Weston-Martyr (GBR)
 Louise Nettleton (GBR)
 Janina Kurkowska (POL)
Norway 1939 Oslo  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Natalia Szczyzinska (POL)  Louise Nettleton (GBR)
Sweden 1946 Stockholm  Petronella de Wharton-Burr (GBR)  Julia Stranne (SWE)  Louise Nettleton (GBR)
Czechoslovakia 1947 Prague  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Astrid Trølsen (DEN)  Petronella de Wharton-Burr (GBR)
United Kingdom 1948 London  Petronella de Wharton-Burr (GBR)  Dana Picková (TCH)  Helena Sachová (TCH)
France 1949 Paris  Barbara Waterhouse (GBR)  Ragnhild Windahl (SWE)  Trogie Fisher (GBR)
Denmark 1950 Copenhagen  Jean Lee (USA)  Jean Richards (USA)  Ragnhild Windahl (SWE)
Belgium 1952 Brussels  Jean Lee (USA)  Jean Richards (USA)  Dorothy Hinton (GBR)
Norway 1953 Oslo  Jean Richards (USA)  Ilta-Meri Santaoja (FIN)  Jacqueline Lang (FRA)
Finland 1955 Helsinki  Katarzyna Wisniowska (POL)  Joyce Warner (GBR)  Impi Hartikainen (FIN)
Czechoslovakia 1957 Prague  Carole Meinhart (USA)  Ann Clark (USA)  Betty Schmidt (USA)
Belgium 1958 Brussels  Sigrid Johansson (SWE)  Ann Corby (USA)  Carole Meinhart (USA)
Sweden 1959 Stockholm  Ann Corby (USA)  Sigrid Johansson (SWE)  Lucille Shine (USA)
Norway 1961 Oslo  Nancy Vonderheide (USA)  Laurie Fowler (GBR)  Bozena Deptova (TCH)
Finland 1963 Helsinki  Victoria Cook (USA)  Nancy Vonderheide (USA)  Marjatta Niemi (FIN)
Sweden 1965 Västerås  Maire Lindholm (FIN)  Anita Schlebusch (SAF)  Juliette Rijff (SAF)
Netherlands 1967 Amersfoort  Maria Mączyńska (POL)  Zofia Piskorek (POL)  Irena Szadlowska (POL)
United States 1969 Valley Forge  Dorothy Lidstone (CAN)  Doreen Wilber (USA)  Nina Kozina (URS)
United Kingdom 1971 York  Emma Gapchenko (URS)  Doreen Wilber (USA)  Maria Mączyńska (POL)
France 1973 Grenoble  Linda Myers (USA)  Valentina Kovpan (URS)  Emma Gapchenko (URS)
Switzerland 1975 Interlaken  Zebiniso Rustamova (URS)  Valentina Kovpan (URS)  Han Sun-Hi (PRK)
Australia 1977 Canberra  Luann Ryon (USA)  Jadwiga Wilejto (POL)  Irene Daubenspeck (USA)
West Germany 1979 West Berlin  Kim Jin-Ho (KOR)  Judi Adams (USA)  Carole Mary Toy (AUS)
Italy 1981 Punta Ala  Natalya Butuzova (URS)  Alicija Ciskowska (POL)  Marilyn Rumley (AUS)
United States 1983 Los Angeles  Kim Jin-Ho (KOR)  Jung Jea-Bong (KOR)  Liselotte Andersson (SWE)
South Korea 1985 Seoul  Irina Soldatova (URS)  Liudmila Arzhanikova (URS)  Kim Jin-Ho (KOR)
Australia 1987 Adelaide  Ma Xiangjun (CHN)  Wang Hee-Kyung (KOR)  Yao Yawen (CHN)
Switzerland 1989 Lausanne  Kim Soo-Nyung (KOR)  Kim Kyung-Woog (KOR)  Denise Parker (USA)
Poland 1991 Krakow  Kim Soo-Nyung (KOR)  Lee Eun-Kyung (KOR)  Zehra Oktem (TUR)
Turkey 1993 Antalya  Kim Hyo-Jung (KOR)  Cho Youn-Jeong (KOR)  Iana Tuniants (KAZ)
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  Natalia Valeeva (MDA)  Barbara Mensing (GER)  Yoom Yoon-Ja (KOR)
Canada 1997 Victoria  Kim Du-Ri (KOR)  Cornelia Pfohl (GER)  Kim Jo-Sun (KOR)
France 1999 Riom  Lee Eun-Kyung (KOR)  Alison Williamson (GBR)  Kim Jo-Sun (KOR)
China 2001 Beijing  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)  Kim Kyung-Wook (KOR)  Kateryna Palekha (UKR)
United States 2003 New York  Yun Mi-Jin (KOR)  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)  Lee Hyun-Jeong (KOR)
Spain 2005 Madrid  Lee Sung-Jin (KOR)  Lee Tuk-Young (KOR)  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)
Germany 2007 Leipzig  Natalia Valeeva (ITA)  Park Sung-Hyun (KOR)  Natalya Erdyniyeva (RUS)
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  Joo Hyun-Jung (KOR)  Kwak Ye-Ji (KOR)  Natalia Sanchez (COL)
Italy 2011 Turin  Denisse van Lamoen (CHI)  Kristine Esebua (GEO)  Fang Yuting (CHN)
Turkey 2013 Belek  Maja Jager (DEN)  Xu Jing (CHN)  Yun Ok-Hee (KOR)
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Ki Bo-Bae (KOR)  Lin Shih-chia (TPE)  Choi Mi-Sun (KOR)
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Ksenia Perova (RUS)  Chang Hye-Jin (KOR)  Tan Ya-ting (TPE)
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  Lei Chien-ying (TPE)  Kang Chae-young (KOR)  Choi Mi-Sun (KOR)

Men's team[edit]

Competition format:

  • 1933–1955: International long and short rounds (various), cumulative total of leading archers per country (1933–36 unofficial)
  • 1957–1985: FITA round (90m, 70m, 50m, 30m), cumulative total of leading archers per country
  • 1987–: Olympic round
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
United Kingdom 1933 London  Belgium  Great Britain  France
Sweden 1934 Båstad  Sweden  Belgium  Czechoslovakia
Belgium 1935 Brussels  Czechoslovakia  Belgium  Sweden
Czechoslovakia 1936 Prague  Czechoslovakia  Belgium  Sweden
France 1937 Paris  Poland  Belgium  Sweden
United Kingdom 1938 London  Czechoslovakia  Poland  France
Norway 1939 Oslo  France  Great Britain  Sweden
Sweden 1946 Stockholm  Denmark  Czechoslovakia  France
Czechoslovakia 1947 Prague  Czechoslovakia  Denmark  Sweden
United Kingdom 1948 London  Sweden  Denmark  Czechoslovakia
France 1949 Paris  Czechoslovakia  Sweden  Denmark
Denmark 1950 Copenhagen  Denmark  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
Belgium 1952 Brussels  Sweden  Denmark  Great Britain
Norway 1953 Oslo  Sweden  Denmark  Belgium
Finland 1955 Helsinki  Sweden  Finland  Belgium
Czechoslovakia 1957 Prague  United States  Sweden  Finland
Belgium 1958 Brussels  Finland  Sweden  United States
Sweden 1959 Stockholm  United States  Belgium  Sweden
Norway 1961 Oslo  United States  Belgium  Finland
Finland 1963 Helsinki  United States  France  Sweden
Sweden 1965 Västerås  United States  Finland  Sweden
Netherlands 1967 Amersfoort  United States  Sweden  Great Britain
United States 1969 Valley Forge  United States  Denmark  Great Britain
United Kingdom 1971 York  United States  Finland  Canada
France 1973 Grenoble  United States  Soviet Union  Finland
Switzerland 1975 Interlaken  United States  Japan  Finland
Australia 1977 Canberra  United States  Italy  Japan
West Germany 1979 West Berlin  United States  West Germany  Belgium
Italy 1981 Punta Ala  United States  Finland  Soviet Union
United States 1983 Los Angeles  United States  South Korea  Belgium
South Korea 1985 Seoul  South Korea  United States  Sweden
Australia 1987 Adelaide  West Germany  United States  China
Switzerland 1989 Lausanne  Soviet Union  United States  South Korea
Poland 1991 Krakow  South Korea  Soviet Union  United States
Turkey 1993 Antalya  France  South Korea  Netherlands
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  South Korea  Italy  United States
Canada 1997 Victoria  South Korea  Norway  Russia
France 1999 Riom  Italy  South Korea  United States
China 2001 Beijing  South Korea  Italy  China
United States 2003 New York  South Korea  Sweden  Italy
Spain 2005 Madrid  South Korea  India  Poland
Germany 2007 Leipzig  South Korea  Great Britain  Chinese Taipei
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  South Korea  France  Japan
Italy 2011 Turin  South Korea  France  Italy
Turkey 2013 Belek  United States  Netherlands  France
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  South Korea  Italy  Chinese Taipei
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Italy  France  South Korea
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  China  India  South Korea

Women's team[edit]

Competition format:

  • 1933–1955: International long and short rounds (various), cumulative total of leading archers per country (1933–36 unofficial)
  • 1957–1985: FITA round (90m, 70m, 50m, 30m), cumulative total of leading archers per country
  • 1987–: Olympic round
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
United Kingdom 1933 London  Poland  Great Britain
Sweden 1934 Båstad  Poland  Sweden
Belgium 1935 Brussels  Great Britain  Sweden  Poland
Czechoslovakia 1936 Prague  Poland  Czechoslovakia  United Kingdom
France 1937 Paris  Great Britain  Poland  France
United Kingdom 1938 London  Poland  Great Britain  Sweden
Norway 1939 Oslo  Poland  Great Britain  Sweden
Sweden 1946 Stockholm  Great Britain  Sweden
Czechoslovakia 1947 Prague  Denmark  France  Great Britain
United Kingdom 1948 London  Czechoslovakia  Great Britain  Denmark
France 1949 Paris  Great Britain  Sweden  France
Denmark 1950 Copenhagen  Finland  Sweden  Great Britain
Belgium 1952 Brussels  United States  Great Britain  Sweden
Norway 1953 Oslo  Finland  France  Sweden
Finland 1955 Helsinki  Great Britain  Finland  Poland
Czechoslovakia 1957 Prague  United States  Czechoslovakia  Great Britain
Belgium 1958 Brussels  United States  Czechoslovakia  South Africa
Sweden 1959 Stockholm  United States  Great Britain  Czechoslovakia
Norway 1961 Oslo  United States  Great Britain  South Africa
Finland 1963 Helsinki  United States  Finland  Great Britain
Sweden 1965 Västerås  United States  Finland  Great Britain
Netherlands 1967 Amersfoort  Poland  United States  Sweden
United States 1969 Valley Forge  Soviet Union  Canada  Poland
United Kingdom 1971 York  Poland  Soviet Union  United States
France 1973 Grenoble  Soviet Union  United States  Great Britain
Switzerland 1975 Interlaken  Soviet Union  North Korea  United States
Australia 1977 Canberra  United States  Soviet Union  Australia
West Germany 1979 West Berlin  South Korea  Australia  Great Britain
Italy 1981 Punta Ala  Soviet Union  South Korea  China
United States 1983 Los Angeles  South Korea  West Germany  United States
South Korea 1985 Seoul  Soviet Union  South Korea  West Germany
Australia 1987 Adelaide  Soviet Union  South Korea  France
Switzerland 1989 Lausanne  South Korea  Sweden  Soviet Union
Poland 1991 Krakow  South Korea  Soviet Union  Sweden
Turkey 1993 Antalya  South Korea  Russia  China
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  South Korea  Turkey  Indonesia
Canada 1997 Victoria  South Korea  Ukraine  Turkey
France 1999 Riom  Italy  China  Germany
China 2001 Beijing  China  Italy  South Korea
United States 2003 New York  South Korea  Japan  Ukraine
Spain 2005 Madrid  South Korea  Ukraine  Russia
Germany 2007 Leipzig  South Korea  Chinese Taipei  Great Britain
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  South Korea  Japan  Russia
Italy 2011 Turin  Italy  India  South Korea
Turkey 2013 Belek  South Korea  Belarus  Denmark
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Russia  India  South Korea
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  South Korea  Mexico  Chinese Taipei
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  Chinese Taipei  South Korea  Great Britain

Mixed team (2011–)[edit]

Competition format:

  • 2011–: Olympic round
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Italy 2011 Turin  South Korea  Mexico  Great Britain
Turkey 2013 Belek  South Korea  United States  Chinese Taipei
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  South Korea  Chinese Taipei  China
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  South Korea  Germany  Great Britain
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  South Korea  Netherlands  Italy

Mixed individual[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Poland1931 Lwów  Michal Sawicki (POL)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)  Rene Allexandre (FRA)
Poland1932 Warsaw  Laurent Reth (BEL)  Zbigniew Kosinski (POL)  Janina Kurkowska (POL)

Mixed team (1931–32)[edit]

  • The mixed team event was an unofficial event
Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Poland1931 Lwów  France men  Poland men  Poland women
Poland1932 Warsaw  Poland men  Poland women  France men

Compound[edit]

Men's individual[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  Gary Broadhead (USA)  John Vozzy (USA)  Phillip Tremelling (AUS)
Canada 1997 Victoria  Dee Wilde (USA)  Terry Ragsdale (USA)  Clint Freeman (AUS)
France 1999 Riom  Dave Cousins (USA)  Stephen Gooden (GBR)  Tibor Ondrik (HUN)
China 2001 Beijing  Dejan Sitar (SLO)  Morgan Lundin (SWE)  Morten Boe (NOR)
United States 2003 New York  Clint Freeman (AUS)  Dave Cousins (USA)  Braden Gellenthien (USA)
Spain 2005 Madrid  Morgan Lundin (SWE)  Morten Boe (NOR)  Dejan Sitar (SLO)
Germany 2007 Leipzig  Dietmar Trillus (CAN)  Braden Gellenthien (USA)  Martin Damsbo (DEN)
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  Reo Wilde (USA)  Liam Grimwood (GBR)  Stephen Clifton (NZL)
Italy 2011 Turin  Christopher Perkins (CAN)  Jesse Broadwater (USA)  Reo Wilde (USA)
Turkey 2013 Belek  Mike Schloesser (NED)  Pierre Julien Deloche (FRA)  Alexander Dambaev (RUS)
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Stephan Hansen (DEN)  Rajat Chauhan (IND)  Adam Ravenscroft (GBR)
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Sebastien Peineau (FRA)  Stephan Hansen (DEN)  Braden Gellenthien (USA)
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  James Lutz (USA)  Anders Faugstad (NOR)  Kim Jong-ho (KOR)

Women's individual[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  Angela Moscarelli (USA)  Petra Ericsson (SWE)  Inga Low (USA)
Canada 1997 Victoria  Fabiola Palazzini (ITA)  Catherine Pellen (FRA)  Jamie van Natta (USA)
France 1999 Riom  Catherine Pellen (FRA)  Shih Ya-Ping (TPE)  Fabiola Palazzini (ITA)
China 2001 Beijing  Ulrika Sjoewall (SWE)  Bettina Thiele (GER)  Sirkka Sokka-Matikainen (FIN)
United States 2003 New York  Mary Zorn (USA)  Amber Dawson (USA)  Irma Luyting (NED)
Spain 2005 Madrid  Sofia Goncharova (RUS)  Arminda Bastos (MEX)  Svetlana Kondrashenko (RUS)
Germany 2007 Leipzig  Eugenia Salvi (ITA)  Albina Loginova (RUS)  Amandine Bouillot (FRA)
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  Albina Loginova (RUS)  Jorina Coetzee (RSA)  Laura Longo (ITA)
Italy 2011 Turin  Albina Loginova (RUS)  Pascale Lebecque (FRA)  Erika Anschutz (USA)
Turkey 2013 Belek  Kristina Berger (GER)  Ivana Buden (CRO)  Gerda Roux (RSA)
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Kim Yun-Hee (KOR)  Crystal Gauvin (USA)  Sara López (COL)
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Song Yun-Soo (KOR)  Yeşim Bostan (TUR)  Kristina Heigenhauser (GER)
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  Natalia Avdeeva (RUS)  Paige Pearce (USA)  Jyothi Surekha Vennam (IND)

Men's team[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  France  United States  Australia
Canada 1997 Victoria  Hungary  Spain  Canada
France 1999 Riom  United States  Hungary  Great Britain
China 2001 Beijing  Norway  Germany  Great Britain
United States 2003 New York  United States  Italy  Canada
Spain 2005 Madrid  United States  Norway  Australia
Germany 2007 Leipzig  United States  Australia  Sweden
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  United States  Russia  El Salvador
Italy 2011 Turin  United States  Denmark  Canada
Turkey 2013 Belek  Denmark  South Africa  France
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Iran  Canada  Denmark
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  United States  Italy  Colombia
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  South Korea  Turkey  Netherlands

Women's team[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Indonesia 1995 Jakarta  United States  Sweden  Italy
Canada 1997 Victoria  Italy  United States  France
France 1999 Riom  Chinese Taipei  Netherlands  Germany
China 2001 Beijing  France  Italy  Netherlands
United States 2003 New York  United States  France  Germany
Spain 2005 Madrid  France  United States  Denmark
Germany 2007 Leipzig  Belgium  Italy  United States
South Korea 2009 Ulsan  Russia  South Korea  United States
Italy 2011 Turin  United States  Iran  Venezuela
Turkey 2013 Belek  Colombia  Netherlands  France
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  Ukraine  Netherlands  South Korea
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  Colombia  India  South Korea
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  Chinese Taipei  United States  India

Mixed team (2011–)[edit]

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
Italy 2011 Turin  Italy  Netherlands  South Korea
Turkey 2013 Belek  Italy  Russia  United States
Denmark 2015 Copenhagen  South Korea  France  South Africa
Mexico 2017 Mexico City  South Korea  Germany  Italy
Netherlands 2019 's-Hertogenbosch  South Korea  France  Chinese Taipei

All-time medal table 1931–2019[edit]

Including medals earned in the unofficial team events in 1931–1936[4][5]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States633732132
2 South Korea592624109
3 Sweden19222364
4 Poland17151244
5 Soviet Union149427
6 Great Britain11192656
7 Italy119828
8 France9151539
9 Denmark712928
10 Czechoslovakia75921
11 Russia75618
12 Finland6121028
13 Belgium59923
14 Chinese Taipei46616
15 China32712
16 Canada32611
17 Australia22913
18 Colombia2035
19 Netherlands17513
20 Germany16411
21 Norway1416
22 West Germany1315
23 Ukraine1247
24 Hungary1113
25 Iran1102
26 Slovenia1012
27 Chile1001
 Moldova1001
29 India0628
30 Japan0549
31 South Africa0358
32 Turkey0325
33 Mexico0303
34 North Korea0112
35 Belarus0101
 Croatia0101
 Georgia0101
 Malaysia0101
 Spain0101
40 Bangladesh0011
 El Salvador0011
 Indonesia0011
 Kazakhstan0011
 New Zealand0011
 Venezuela0011
Totals (45 nations)259257255771

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Outdoor Archery World Championships Individual Medallists" (PDF). Archery.org. Retrieved 2012-09-20.
  2. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-10-14. Retrieved 2013-08-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Outdoor Archery World Championships Individual Medallists" (PDF). Archery.org. Retrieved 2012-09-20.
  4. ^ "Outdoor Medallists" (PDF). Archery.org. Retrieved 2012-09-20.
  5. ^ "Team Medalists" (PDF). Archery.org. Retrieved 2012-09-20.