Deepika Kumari Reaches Women Recurve Final for Second Consecutive Year

After completion of Stage 4 of 2013 Archery World Cup, Deepika Kumari qualified for the final to be held at Paris on September 21 and 22 in Paris. She has qualified to the final for the second consecutive year. In 2012 she won Silver in Women’s Individual Recurve.

Archery World Cup 2013: Indian performance
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In 2013 she has won two gold medals, two silver medals and one bronze. Except Stage 2 in Antalya, she won medal in all other stages. At Medellin in Stage 3 and Wroclaw in Stage 4, she won Gold medal in Women’s Recurve Team event. In Shanghai at Stage 1 she won two silver medals. First silver was won in Recurve Individual, while other in the Recurve Mixed Team discipline. At Stage 3 in Medellin she also won a bronze in Recurve Mixed Team event.

At Tokyo in 2012 finals, she has won a silver. Dola Banerjee is the only Indian Archer to have won a Gold medal in the Archery World Cup final.

After 4 stages, the top 7 archers in Men’s and Women’s event qualify for the finals, and hosts get a quota berth.

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