Recurve cadets Bradley Denney, Joe Ground and Jack Masefield stormed to victory at the European Outdoor Youth Championships in Ljubljana, Slovenia. And our compound teams took one silver and two bronze medals!
Brad, Joe and Jack swept past the Czech Republic 6-0, Russia 6-2 and the Netherlands 6-2 to land a gold medal match against Turkey. And there was never any real doubt who was going to take gold as Great Britain eased to a 5-3 win.
Performance Coach Songi Woo said: "It was a stunning 59 end to land the gold and become champions of Europe."
Compound juniors Jake Burn, Jordan Mitchell and Jon Bull had just as much momentum. They beat Italy 230-223 and Russia 227-222 to reach the gold medal final. In the end, Sweden proved just that little too much, beating them into silver spot - but nothing could wipe the smiles from their faces.
There were bronze medals for both our compound cadet teams. Kirsten George, Lucy Mason and Isabelle Carpenter beat Ukraine 212-196. Turkey took gold after beating Russia.
And James Passingham, James Howse and Dean Hamilton edged victory - and the medal - by beating Russia 212-211. Turkey took gold again, beating Italy 224-219.
Archery GB Events and Facilities Manager Jon Nott, who is in Ljubljana with the team, said: "It's a great day for Great Britain. Four medals and possibly more to come. What a brilliant result!"
Jon Bull came agonisingly close to adding another bronze to the medal haul. He had powered past Turkey's Emre Comez, Sweden's Jonatan Fredriksson and Russia's Asim Pavlov but was knocked out of the running for gold by Denmark's Stephan Hansen of Denmark. And Christos Aerikos of Greece proved just too much of a challenge in the bronze medal match, edging him to fourth spot.
Compound junior team Sophie Brown, Aalin George and Erin Prior were denied a semi-final place by eventual bronze medalists Turkey. And recurve juniors Kieran Slater, Jack Grogan and Ashe Morgan were kept out of the quarter finals by a Moldovan team containing Olympian Dan Olaru.