Taipei, Taiwanese archers took a bronze medal in the recurve women's team event at the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Turkey on Saturday, after beating India 6-2 in the finals.
Tan Ya-ting (???) gave the team a head start, defeating Indian Deepika Kumari 53-51 in the first set, giving Taiwan an early 2-point lead.
In recurve team competitions, each of a team's three archers shoot six arrows per set, with the set winner getting two points. The first team to six points wins.
In the second set, Taiwan's Lei Chien-ying (???) continued the winning streak with 54-50 lead over her Indian competitor.
Although the Indians narrowed the gap by taking two points in the third set, Taiwan held on to win 58-53 in the fourth and final set.
Speaking after the competition, Taiwanese coach Ni Ta-chih (???) praised the performance of his team.
Although they lost the third set, the archers managed to readjust and finished with a bronze medal, he said.
In the recurve women's finals, Lei beat Lee Eun Gyeong of South Korea 6-2 to win an individual bronze medal for Taiwan.
"To me, this medal means a lot as a personal achievement," Lei said.
The second leg of the 2018 Hyundai Archery World Cup tour is being held in Antalya May 20-26.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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