Tuesday, July 26, 2022

Kaufhold and Williams Win Mixed Team Silver at World Cup Medellin

MEDELLIN, Colombia -- The USA recurve team of Jack Williams and Casey Kaufhold won silver and Williams finished fourth at the World Cup Medellin, the fourth stage of 2022 season.

After defeating the top-ranked Korean team in a semifinals upset, Williams and Kaufhold earned their spot in the finals against Chinese Taipei. The match was tied after the fourth end leading to a shoot-off. Unfortunately, the U.S. team’s 10, 9 couldn’t match Chinese Taipei’s X, X.

Williams went on to shoot against Korea’s Kim Woojin in the semifinals in the afternoon. Williams was able to keep pace, but Kim won the final end by a single point to take the match and advance to the gold medal match.

Williams faced Miguel Alvarino Garcia from Spain in the bronze medal match. Alvarino Garcia was ahead after the first two ends followed Williams earning two points. It was double 28s that split the end of the match, and Williams was defeated 4-6.

Final results from Medellin are available at archery.sport. Photos courtesy of World Archery.

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