Bryony Pitman qualified in ninth place at the Indoor World Archery Cup at Nimes - and tomorrow she will be shooting for gold!
She blazed through the recurve junior women's eliminations beating American Carmen Colston 6-2, Spain's Alba Marcos 6-2, top seed Oceane Guy of France 6-4 and Spaniard Monica Galisteo Cruz 6-2 to land a gold medal match against France's Melanie Gaubil.
Pip Taylor and Alyssia Tromans-Ansell also made it into the last 32. Pip's progress was blocked by France's Marie Cognet and Alyssia's by the third seed, Italian Loredana Spera.
In the senior competitions, recurver Tom Hall qualified in 32nd spot - and found himself up against top seed Brady Ellison. He put up a brave fight and took two points from the American but was eventually defeated.
Naomi Folkard beat Latvia's Julia Oleksejenko 6-0 but was denied a place in the quarter finals by Guendalina Sartori. The match went to a shoot-off but the Italian's arrow edged closer to the centre. She now faces Sehui Park, who broke the world record during qualification, in the gold medal match. Nicky Hunt's progress was blocked by Russia's Tatiana Biltrikova, who is now a bronze medal contender.
In the women's compound competition, both Andrea Gales and Daisy Clark made it through to the last 32. A single point gave Frenchwoman Sara Prieels victory over Andrea and Daisy was beaten 144-142 by Linda Ochoa-Anderson. The Mexican is now in a gold medal match against Italy's Irene Franchini.
Junior Sam Jeram also made it to the last 32 - and he too fell to an eventual gold medal contender. In this case it was Hungary's Viktor Orosz.
And two points were all that kept Abbie Spinks out of the junior women's quarter finals. She was beaten 142-140 by Turkey's Yasemin Begum Topkarci.
You will be able to follow all the results at www.ianseo.net and the recurve and compound finals will be streamed live by World Archery.