Scotland's Margaux Mesle took the women's recurve bronze medal when she beat Caz Harwood in the third place shoot-off - the second year running Caz has finished fourth.
The only archer to make a successful defence of his title at Coventry's Ricoh Arena was Adam Ravenscoft, who took the men's compound title for the second year running. Adam defeated James Bingham in the final - and it was a double triumph for him, after taking the back2back title the day before. Jordan Mitchell taking the bronze.
So silver for James Bingham in the men's event, but it was gold for wife Rikki in the women's compound tournament.
Rikki defeated Paralympic gold medallist Dani Brown in the final, while Nichola Simpson defeated the defending champion Naomi Jones to take the bronze medal.
In men's recurve, Penicuik's Stuart Barby improved two places from his third place last year, to take the top honours this time. Stuart defeated Northern Ireland's Patrick Huston in the final.
Gavin Sutherland, of Sussex won the third place shoot-off against Northamptonshire's Bradley Denny. But despite missing out in the senior event, it was still a great weekend for Bradley, who won the junior men's recurve title 24 hours earlier.
Steve Gamble is the longbow champion, defeating Richard Hutchins to take the title. Lee Ankers beat Jon Morrice to take third place. And it was a championship winning performance from Amanda Slack in the women's longbow event - she defeated Julie Cousins to win her title. Katy Campbell secured third place, thanks to a victory over Kathryn Lester in their shoot-off.
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