One of the most emphatic displays of British strength came in the WI Compound competition where John Cavanagh took gold, Peter Higgins silver and Lesley McComb bronze. And there was a thrilling repeat of the Paralympic final as Dani Brown just had the edge after going head-to-head with Mel Clarke.
There was gold too for John Stubbs in the Open Compound and for defending champion Paul Browne in the men's Recurve W2 while Sharon Vennard took the UK's third silver, narrowly beaten by Poland's Milena Olszewska in the Recurve Standing final.
Kenny Allen, Kate Murray and Richard Hennahane completed the set by winning bronze in the Standing Recurve, Recurve W2 and Open Compound respectively.
And there was team glory with gold for recurvers Phil Bottomley, Kenny Allen and Paul Browne and the Compound Mixed team of John Stubbs, Dani Brown and Richard Hennahane. Kate Murray, Sharon Vennard and Pippa Britton completed the medal haul with silver against Ukraine in the Recurve Open.
Paralympic Coach Michael Peart said: "It's been a fantastic performance. Many of our archers are already the best in the world but it's important to know that there are areas in which we can still improve and become even better."
The competition featured archers from the Ukraine, Malaysia, Brazil, Norway, Poland, Switzerland and Azerbaijan and was sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Fletchers.
Archery GB is sponsored by Foresters Friendly Society www.forestersfriendlysociety.co.uk
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