The Indian archers have won all their matches in the Under-18 Recurve section, won two gold and three bronze medals, and continued their record-breaking spree at the World Archery Youth Championships on Sunday, held in Wroclaw, Poland.
The men's team beat their French rivals 5-3, and the mixed pair followed suit, beating Japan 6-2 and continuing their winning streak on the country's 75th Independence Day.
India has also won three bronze medals in the women's team, individual and men's individual competition, showing a flawless performance by the U-18 (cadet) archers.
The top-seeded cadet men's team composed of Bishal Changmai, Amit Kumar, and Vickey Ruhal easily dealt with the French trio as they only dropped only one set on their way to winning gold 5-3 (53-50, 56-54, 55-57, 54-54).
In total, in the recurve and compound sections, India has won five gold, two silver, and five bronze medals in its best-ever performance in the tournament.
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