Jun 11, 2017 Business & Finance Comments Off on Taiwan bags 3 golds, 2 silvers, 1 bronze in Archery World Cup
Taipei--Taiwanese archers won three gold, two silver and one bronze medals in the second stage of the 2017 Archery World Cup in Antalya, Turkey, that ended on Sunday.
In the recurve mixed team race, Taiwan's Wei Chun-heng (???) and Peng Chia-mao (???) beat their French rivals 5-3 in the final to earn a gold, following Peng's team's win of women's recurve gold earlier in the day. Peng's teammates were Tan Ya-ting (???) and and Le Chien-ying (???).
Chen Hsiang-hsuan (???) won the Chinese Taipei team's first gold Saturday in men's individual compound event.
On Sunday, Lin Shih-chia (???) lost to Ksenia Perova of Russia 5-6 in the recurve women's final, settling for a silver.
The other silver medal was earned by Chen Hsiang-hsuan and Chen Yi-hsuan (???) in mixed compound.
Le, who was edged out by compatriot Lin in the semifinal, beat Colombian Ana Maria Rendon 6-0 to win a bronze medal in women's recurve event.
The Archery World Cup is a circuit of five outdoor events that that take place in Shanghai, Antalya, Salt Lake City, Berlin and Rome.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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