Her namesake was ranked seventh after the compound qualifiers and also got a bye into the last 16. There she beat Belgian Sarah Preels 6-0 and saw off the second seed, America's Jamie Van Natta, 6-2. Naomi, of Edinburgh University, then came up against eventual gold medallist Crystal Gauvin of the USA. She started strongly but Gauvin pulled level with perfect 30s in the last two ends, forcing a shoot-off. Jones scored 9 but Gauvin hit the 10. She took her revenge in the bronze match, however, beating France's Pascale Lebeque 6-2.
It was Lebeque who put paid to Lucy Holderness's hopes of glory by denying her a place in the quarter finals. And another Frenchwoman, Laure Dematos, ended Andrea Gales's hopes of a quarter final spot in a shoot-off after making a dramatic recovery to draw level in the last end.
There was frustration too for the Barbys. Victoria was denied a place in the recurve quarter finals by Delphine Portes of France. And the same fate befell Stuart, beaten 6-2 by the USA's Jeremiah Cusick, while Edinburgh club mate Douglas Jardine was beaten 6-4 by another American, Brett Lazaroff.
Alistair Whittingham, also of Edinburgh, was denied his place last 16 of the compound competition in a shoot-off with National Series Grand Final winner, Belgian Michael Cauwe. And Shetland compounder Martin Krusche was beaten by Guillaume Rubben of France. Paul MacGregor of Highland Archery Club and Riaz Junaid of Andalus Archers also got a taste of World Cup action.
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