Naomi Jones has kicked off her Indoor Archery World Cup campaign in fine style by improving on last year's third spot to take compound gold. And there was recurve silver for triple Olympian Naomi Folkard too!
Naomi beat fellow British compounder Andrea Gales - by a single point - and top seed Crystal Gauvin, who had earlier edged out Britain's Lucy Holderness, to land her place in the final against Russia's Elena Filippova.
But it was no easy matter. The medal was decided by a shoot-off. Both archers had scored 141 but it was the Edinburgh archer who kept her nerve, scoring a perfect 10 in reply to the Russian's nine.
And defending recurve champion Naomi Folkard was in fine form, seeing off France's Veronique Saint Dizier 6-0, Randi Degn of Denmark 7-3 and another Frenchwoman, Emilie Lacroix 7-3 in the semis. Then she came up against top seed Berengere Schuh and, after a determined performance, finished the match with a silver medal.
Britain's other women recurvers, Amy Oliver and Nicky Hunt, were denied places in the last 16 by France's Emeline Pugnant and Celine Schobinger of Switzerland respectively.
But compounder Adam Ravenscroft came oh so close to bringing home a bronze. He saw off Iceland's Gudmundur Orn Gudjonnson, Sebastien Peineau and Christophe Doussot, both of France, before coming up against second seed Braden Gellenthien.
The American, who had earlier edged out Neil Laszkowicz of Melton Mowbray Archers, won the battle 146-143 and eventually went on to win gold. That left Adam facing Pierre-Julien Deloche in the fight for third. There was only two points in it but the Frenchman eventually took the medal.
Britain's other male compounder, Carl Richards, was denied his place in the quarter-finals by Denmark's Stephan Hansen.
And there were shocks in the men's recurve category as both Larry Godfrey, who qualified in 15th place and Patrick Huston, ranked 21st, were edged out of a place in the last 16. Larry went out in a shoot-off Against Alberto Fioroli of Italy and Patrick fell foul of the number 12 seed Adrien Leroche.
Douglas Jardine of Edinburgh University had come so close to joining them in the head-to heads. He qualified in 33rd spot, only three points away, with Michael Clarke of Bowmen of Warfield not far behind.