"We are so proud," said Performance Manager Barry Eley. "They have done brilliantly. This squad contained eight new internationals and they have all worked so hard. They have done a magnificent job and it has been a great learning experience," he said.
Daisy and Jon's bronze came on Wednesday. The fought off a tough challenge from Leonardo Pardini and Deborah Grillo 146-143 after coming agonisingly close to securing a final spot. They were beaten by Turkey who went on to win silver. Slovenia took gold.
In the individual competitions, Aalin, Kirsten, Daisy Clark and Jon all made it through to their quarter finals. Kirsten beat Slovenian Ana Kostanjevic 139-137 before being denied a place in the semis by Croatia's Maja Orlic. Aalin beat Italy's Althea Rota 139-136 before coming up against Mariya Shkolna of the Ukraine. Sophie Brown was beaten 139-137 by Russia's Sofia Khlystova for a place in the last eight.
James Howell made it through to the last 16 where he was beaten 146-142 by Ukraine's Roman Hoviadovskyi. Both Matthew Ingram and Luke Wiseman went out in the previous round, Matthew beaten 139-134 by Russian Anton Bulaev and Luke to Slovenia's Rok Stoseveski, 137-130.
Jon lost the initiative to Denmark's Stephan Hansen. He lost 143-147 after a fine victory over Russia's Vitaliy Noskov 144-143. And Daisy was beaten 140-136 by Russia's Anna Lemeza. Both Thomas Taylor and Jake Burn went out in the previous round, Thomas falling victim to Italy's Michele Nencioni and Jake to Martin Balla of Hungary.
Two points kept recurve cadet Bryony Pitman out of the quarter finals. She went out 4-6 against Russia's Valeria Mylnikova after beating Maria Chrostowska of Poland. Robert Gray made it through to the last 16, beating Poland's Patryk Golabczak and Vladimir Hurban Jr of Slovakia along the way. He went out 7-3 to the Netherlands' Jeroen Smulders. Thomas Howse also fell victim to Smulders, beaten 7-3 in the previous round. Bradley also made it to the last 32 where he went our 6-4 after a tough battle against the Netherland's Niels van den Berkmontel.
Junior recurvers Jack Grogan and Ashe Morgan made it through to the last 32 but both, unfortunately, met the same fate, beaten 6-0 by their opponents. Jack fell victim to Russia's Beligto Tsynguev and Ashe to Belgium's Robin Ramaekers.
The individual medal matches will be held tomorrow.
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