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Overview of the World Archery Youth Championships 2021 held in Wroclaw, Poland

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The 16th Edition of World Archery Youth Championships 2021 held in Wroclaw, Poland (from 09th to 15th August 2021).

  • India(1st) topped the Medals tally with 15 Medals (8-Gold, 2-Silver, 5-Bronze), followed by France (2nd) and Mexico (3rd).
  • It was organised by World Archery Federation, the governing body of the sport of Archery.
  • Junior events were held for those aged under 20 years and Cadet events for those aged below 18.
  • It included Recurve and Compound archery games for both Junior and Cadet groups.

Medals Tally

Rank Countries
1. India
2. France
3. Mexico

Indian Individual Event Winners

S.No Winners Category Medal
1. Komalika Bari Women’s Junior Recurve Gold
2. Sakshi Chaudhary Women’s Junior Compound Silver
3. Priya Gurjar Women’s Cadet Compound Silver
4. Rishabh Yadav Men’s Junior Compound Bronze
5. Bishal Changmai Men’s Cadet Recurve Bronze
6. Manjiri Manoj Alone Women’s Cadet Recurve Bronze
7. Parneet Kaur Women’s Cadet Compound Bronze

Team Events winners of India:

S.NO Winners Category Medal
1. Dhiraj Bommadevara

Aditya Choudhary

Parth Sushant Salunkhe

Men’s Junior Recurve Gold
2. Amit Kumar

Bishal Changmai

Vickey Ruhal

Men’s Cadet Recurve Gold
3. Sahil Chaudhary

Mihir Nitiny Apar

Kushal Dalal

Men’s Cadet Compound Gold
4. Parneet Kaur

Priya Gurjar

Ridhu Varshini Senthilkumar

Women’s Cadet Compound Gold
5. Avani

Tamnna

Manjiri Manoj Alone

Women’s Cadet Recurve Bronze

Mixed Team winners-India:

S.NO Winners Category Medal
1. Komalika Bari

Parth Sushant Salunkhe

Junior Recurve Gold
2. Tamnna

Bishal Changmai

Cadet Recurve Gold
3. Priya Gurjar

Kushal Dalal

Cadet Compound Gold

Highlights

  • After targeting Gold in the Junior Recurve in Poland, Komalika Bari became the2nd Indian after Deepika Kumari to win both the Cadet and Junior Recurve Women World Champions’ titles.
  • Komalika Bari beat Elia Canales of Spain, 7-3, to secure the under-21 world title in Wroclaw, just two years after winning the under-18 crown in Madrid.

About Archery Association of India

President – Arjun Munda
Headquarters – New Delhi

About World Archery Federation

Founded in 1931
Headquarters – Lausanne, Switzerland
President – Ugur Erdener