Win & Wins Inno bow takes gold, silver & bronze
Win & Win dominated the 2011 World Archery Championships held in Torino, Italy in early July 2011 with 70% of competitors and an amazing 60% of the medallists shooting Win & Win bows. In the recurve women's individual, Denisse Astrid Van Lamoen of Chile won gold, Kristine Esebua of Georgia silver and Yuting Fang of China bronze and all three shot the very accurate Win & Win Inno CXT recurve. It is an unbelievable record!
A new event was introduced at this competition, the recurve mixed team and 6 members of the top three teams in this event shot INNO bows. Results were Gold medals to the Korean team with INNO bows, Silver medals to the Mexican team with INNO bows and Bronze medals to the Great Britain team with INNO and TF Apecs bows.
In the men's recurve team, the Silver medals were won by the French team with INNO bows. The French team comprised Romain Girouille, Gael Prevost, Jean-Charles Valladont.
Here are the results at a glance.
- Recurve Men Individual - Gold to Woojin Kim from Korea, Silver to Jin Hyek Kor Oh from Korea, Bronze to Brady Ellison from USA
- Recurve Women Individual - Gold to Denisse Astrid Van Lamoen from Chile, Silver to Kristine Esebua from Georgia, Bronze to Yuting Fang from China
- Recurve Men Team - Gold Korea, Silver France, Bronze Italy
- Recurve Women Team - Gold Italy, Silver India, Bronze Korea
- Recurve Mixed Team - Gold Korea, Silver Mexico, Bronze Great Britain
- Compound Men Individual - Gold Christopher Perkins from Canada, Silver Jesse Broadwater from USA, Bronze Reo Wilde from USA
- Compound Women Individual - Gold Albina Loginova from Russia, Silver Pascale Lebecque from France, Bronze Erika Anschutz from USA
- Compound Men Team - Gold USA, Silver Denmark, Bronze Canada
- Compound Women Team - Gold USA, Silver Iran, Bronze Venezuela
- Compound Mixed Team - Gold Italy, Silver Netherlands, Bronze Korea
Win & Win have been working very hard over the last five years to perfect this brilliant high performing bow and the rewards have finally shone through. Congratulations to all competitors and especially to Win & Win, one of the world's leading archery manufacturers.