Archery World Cup: Indian archers end World Cup campaign without a medal


BERLIN: Indian archers finished their marketing campaign at the Globe Cup Stage 4 devoid of a medal as men’s compound group went down to lessen-rated Germany to lose out on a 3rd-place finish on Saturday.

The 3rd seeded Indian group comprising Abhishek Verma, Aman Saini and Amanjeet Singh lost 225-227 to Germany, seeded fifth, in a bronze medal engage in-off match.

This was the past phase of the Archery Globe Cup and the Indian group returned empty-handed.

India’s Globe Cup marketing campaign has developed 1 group gold (Shanghai Stage 1) and 1 combined group bronze (Antalya Stage 2) – all in the compound sections. The recurve archers have failed to earn a solitary medal.

The Indian men’s compound group carried sole medal hopes soon after relaxation of the Indians failed to development beyond quarter-finals.

Equally India and Germany were locked 57-all soon after the 1st finish but the Germans developed a beautiful next finish to take a 115-111 lead.

The group of Henrik Hornung, Marcel Trachsel and Marcus Laube shot 4 perfect 10s out of a probable six, such as 3 X (closest to the centre).

India shot a 58 in the 3rd finish but it was not sufficient to curtail the deficit and Germany continue to enjoyed a 3-level lead. They ultimately sealed the issue in the fourth finish.


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