Alas, Larry was unable to make it a golden finish to his week in the USA, slipping up against Mexico's Luis Alvarez in the final. But consolation is a trip to Tokyo in September, as Larry secured himself a first ever appearance at a World Cup Grand Final.
Alvarez won all three sets by a point, to clinch a 6-nil victory. By getting to the final, both archers finished in the top seven in the overall standings to book their trips to Tokyo, after World Cup events at Shanghai and Antalya, plus this one in Ogden.
This year's World Cup has been truncated to just three legs this year, due to the Olympic Games. The Grand Final takes place in the Japanese capital on 22/23 September.
"Obviously it would have been nice to win gold, but credit to Luis, he shot very well on the day," said Larry. "But it's been a really good week for me, and the team, and coming home with two medals is a big boost ahead of the Olympics!
"It's great that I've clinched a place at the Grand Final, I've never been to one before, so it's fantastic to be involved in such a big occasion for World Archery."
Earlier Larry was a member of the GB team who achieved what the England football side failed to do in their Euro 2012 quarter-final: beat Italy!
But there was no need for shoot-off drama in this match, as Larry, Alan Wills and Simon Terry beat the Italian trio of Mauro Nespoli, Michele Frangilli and Marco Galiazzo by 13 points to take the men's team bronze medal.
It's the second successive World Cup medal for the GB trio, following their gold at Antalya last month. And they were always in command, leading by four points after the first end, thee at the halfway stage, five after the third, and then finishing in style.
Italy shot first, and their four 9s, an 8 and a 6 was blown away by GB's four 10s and two 9s, to give them victory by 223-210.
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