Turkish archer wins gold at world championships
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
A Turkish archer on Sunday won the gold medal in the 2018 Archery World Cup in Germany.
On the last day of the championship, 19-year-old recurve archer Mete Gazoz won the gold in the recurve men’s gold medal match during the fourth leg of the competition in Berlin.
Turkey completed the fourth leg of the World Cup competitions with one gold and two bronze medals.
"Mete Gazoz has achieved a great success. Our goal is 2020 Tokyo Olympics. We believe that Turkey will win its first archery Olympic medal in Tokyo," Turkey Archery Federation head Abdullah Topaloglu told Anadolu Agency.
The World Championships began on July 16 and ended Sunday.