Medals are guaranteed as the second Fazaa International Archery Competition in Dubai draws to a close.
Nathan MacQueen will be going for compound open gold against second seed Eric Pereira of France after beating India's Vilas Dawane 139-138 and Shakir Abed Khalaf of Iraq 139-137 in the semi final.
Mikey Hall edged past teammate John Stubbs in the great British showdown but Mikey's hopes were eventually dashed by Canadian Kevin Evans.
And Jodie Grinham will be going for compound bronze after beating Thailand's Ratchanee Panmai 137-131. Then she came up against top seed Karen Van Nest in the semi final. Jodie now faces Iran's Somayeh Abbaspour.
Tania Nadarajah will be going for recurve bronze after losing out in the semi final to Iraq's Zaman Hussein al-Saed - who had earlier ended Hazel Chaisty's ambitions. Number two seed Tania will face the number four, Brigitte Duboc of France.
In the W1 competition, the bronze medal will be contested by Jo Frith and John Walker while record breakers David Drahoninsky and Jess Stretton will go head-to-head for gold.