Thursday, June 1, 2023

Compound bow teams go for gold at World Cup in China

The Mexican compound bow teams advanced to the grand finals of their respective categories, the second stage of the 2023 World Cup series held in Shanghai, China, for which they will shoot for gold medals next Friday, May 19.

Ana Hernández León, Andrea Becerra Arizaga and Daphne Quintero García won their places in the decider after defeating the representatives of Italy 229–224 in the quarter-finals and 236–232 against their counterparts from Turkey in the semi-finals.

On the other hand, Juan del Rio Gutierrez, Miguel Becerra Rivas and Sebastian García Flores defeated the Kazakh representative 231–225 in the second round, India 234–231 in the quarterfinals and Iran 234–229 in the semifinals.

The national archers will next fight for the gold medal in their respective branches on Friday: the women’s against Korea at 8:02 pm (TCM), while the men’s meet against the Netherlands at 8:40 pm (TCM).

recurve arrows come into action

Also during the second day of the event held in the Asian continent, eight recurve archers competed in individual, team and mixed team modes, four in each category.

Aida Nabila Roman Arroyo, Alejandra Valencia Trujillo, Angela Ruiz Rosales, Caleb Urbina Zapata, Jesus Flores Alanis and Matias Grande Kalionchiz advanced to Friday’s next round, while Mariana Avitia Martínez and Carlos Rojas López were eliminated. Done. Qualification Stage.

The women’s team scored 1875 points to finish tenth overall and qualify for the next stage; While Man got 1917 units, thirteenth overall and a ticket to the elimination round.

The mixed doubles, composed of Valencia Trujillo and Grande Kalionchiz, managed to finish tenth in the competition with 1,284 points, and will launch against Thailand in the first elimination round to try to reach the final stage.

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