NEW DELHI: The formidable Indian women’s compound archery team, comprising the prodigious Jyothi Surekha Vennam, the adroit Aditi Swami, and the indomitable Parneet Kaur, triumphantly secured their third consecutive World Cup gold medal by vanquishing Estonia in a riveting final at the third stage of the prestigious event on Saturday.
The illustrious trio, having qualified as the top-seed, emerged victorious in the final against Estonia’s redoubtable Lisell Jaatma, the intrepid Meeri-Marita Paas, and the tenacious Maris Tetsmann with an impressive score of 232-229.

This resounding victory perpetuates their unassailable streak this season, following their resplendent World Cup Stage 1 and Stage 2 gold medals in the vibrant cities of Shanghai and Yecheon in April and May.
The valiant Indian male compound archer Priyansh will vie for a coveted bronze medal later in the day, as per the PTI report.

In the recurve section, the dauntless Ankita Bhakat and the intrepid Dhiraj Bommadevara have reached the semifinals in their respective individual events and are in contention for two medals, showcasing their unrelenting spirit and unwavering determination.