But there was more to come. Paul Browne first added a recurve W2 silver to the medal haul and, with Kenny Allen and Phil Bottomley, a men's recurve team bronze.
Dani and John took an early lead in their match but Turkey gradually pulled back. By the third end Erdogan Aygan and Burcu Dag were three points ahead and they held on to take the gold medal 145-142.
A timing error gave Thailand's Hanreuchai Netsiri the advantage over Paul in the recurve W2 final - and he held on to it, giving the host nation its first gold of the championships.
But Paul was soon in action again, with Kenny and Phil, battling Korea for team bronze. They led from the start and, despite a comeback attempt by Korea, finished the match with a 10-10-9 to win 197-193. That, plus Mel Clarke's individual compound bronze, brought GB's final medal to seven.
Performance Director Sara Symington praised the team - and all those working behind the scenes. She said: "First and foremost congratulations to this World Championship team for bringing home seven medals. But a special mention must go to the team behind the team, led by Michael Peart, which has worked tirelessly since his appointment in February.
"These results come at the start of a new cycle and give us a great platform for Rio 2016 and obviously, with new events named for Rio and a new classification system coming into place, we will continue to identify and exploit further opportunities for continued medal success."
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