And Patrick was ecstatic. " "It's my first world championships as a target archer and two gold medals is a great start!' he said. "I have been really happy with my shooting this week."
Patrick led from the start in his individual match, dropping only two points to his opponent, fellow 17-year-old Sanzhar Mussayev of Kazakhstan, and finished the match in style with three 10s.
The mixed team match was equally convincing. Becky and Patrick had upset China to earn their place and France had pulled off the same feat against Korea. It was the first time either country had shot for gold in the event and GB overcame an initial six to lead from the start, winning 145-140.
Archery GB Chairman David Harrison said: "A huge well done to Patrick, Becky and all our archers at the World Archery Championships. Two golds, a bronze and a fourth! We are really proud of you all. Top shooting from top archers."
It was a fitting end to a championships which also saw compound cadets Kirsten George, Aalin George and Rebecca Lennon win team bronze, beating Mexico 222-216.
Compound juniors Jon Bull, Jordan Mitchell and Jake Burn came so close to a bronze medal too. They looked certain to beat India but the match ended in confusion and yellow cards for a foot fault and an arrow judged to come out of a quiver too early. It cost the team vital seconds and the match.
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