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World Para Archery Championship, was first held in 1998 in the UK and take place every two years.[1]

Events

Number Year Location Events
1 1998 United Kingdom Stoke Mandeville
2 1999 New Zealand Christchurch
3 2001 Czech Republic Nymburk
4 2003 Spain Madrid
5 2005 Italy Massa Carrara
6 2007 South Korea Cheongju
7 2009 Czech Republic Nymburk
8 2011 Italy Turin
9 2013 Thailand Bangkok
10 2015 Germany Donaueslign
11 2017 China Beijing
12 2019 Netherlands Hertogenbosch
13 2022 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Champions

Recurve Standing / Open

Year Location Men Standing Women Standing Men's Team Open Women's Team Open Mixed Team Ref
1998 United Kingdom Stoke Mandeville  Imrich Lyocsa (SVK)  Anita Chapman (GBR)  Finland  Italy [1]
1999 New Zealand Christchurch  Raimo Tirronen (FIN)  Slovakia [2]
2001 Czech Republic Nymburk  An Tae-Sung (KOR)  Lee Hwa-Sook (KOR)  South Korea  South Korea [3]
2003 Spain Madrid  Imrich Lyocsa (SVK)  Alicja Bukanska (POL) [4]
2005 Italy Massa Carrara  Serhiy Atamanenko (UKR)  Lee Hwa-Sook (KOR)  Japan [5]
2007 South Korea Cheongju  Dong Zhi (CHN)  Alicja Bukanska (POL)  China [6]
2009 Czech Republic Nymburk  Mustafa Ak (TUR)  Eliane Salden-Otten (NED)  Spain  South Korea [7]
2011 Italy Turin  Dong Zhi (CHN)  Gao Fangxia (CHN)  Russia  China  Iran [8]
2013 Thailand Bangkok  Timur Tuchinov (RUS)  Brigitte Duboc (FRA)  Poland [9]

Compound Open

Year Location Men Open Women Open Men's Team Open Women's Team Open Mixed Team Ref
1998 United Kingdom Stoke Mandeville  Alberto Simonelli (ITA)  Ann-Christine Nilsson (SWE) [10]
1999 New Zealand Christchurch  John Murray (GBR)  Brenda Saxon (GBR) [11]
2001 Czech Republic Nymburk  Anders Grondberg (SWE)  Italy [12]
2003 Spain Madrid  Keijo Kallunki (FIN)  Bruna Coladarci (ITA)  United States [13]
2005 Italy Massa Carrara  John Stephen Stubbs (GBR)  Melanie Clarke (GBR)  South Korea [14]
2007 South Korea Cheongju  Kevin Evans (CAN)  Danielle Brown (GBR)  United Kingdom [15]
2009 Czech Republic Nymburk [16]
2011 Italy Turin  Philippe Horner (SUI)  Great Britain  Russia  Russia [17]
2013 Thailand Bangkok  John Stubbs (GBR)  Burcu Dağ (TUR)  Turkey [18]

Wheelchair / Visual Impairment

Year Location Recurve Men W2 Recurve Women W2 Compound Men W1 Compound Men W1 Team VI Open Ref
1998 United Kingdom Stoke Mandeville  Lee Ouk-Soo (KOR)  Kathy Critchlow-Smith (GBR)  Zdenek Sebek (CZE) [19]
1999 New Zealand Christchurch  Jung Young-Joo (KOR)  Paola Fantato (ITA) [20]
2001 Czech Republic Nymburk  Lee Ouk-Soo (KOR) [21]
2003 Spain Madrid  Sandra Truccolo (ITA)  Jeffrey Rhoden Fabry (USA)  Finland [22]
2005 Italy Massa Carrara  Lee Hong-Gu (KOR)  Nako Hirasawa (JPN)  Massimo Oddone (ITA) [23]
2007 South Korea Cheongju  Xiao Yanhong (CHN)  Czech Republic  Steve Prowse (GBR) [24]
2009 Czech Republic Nymburk  Muhamad Salam Sidik (MAS)  Gizem Girismen (TUR)  Peter Kinik (SVK)  Massimiliano Piombo (ITA) [25]
2011 Italy Turin  Ebrahim Ranjbar (IRI) 1  Xiao Yanhong (CHN) 1  Osmo Kinnunen (FIN)  Czech Republic [26]
2013 Thailand Bangkok  Hanreuchai Netsiri (THA)  Zahra Nemati (IRI)  Jean Pierre Antonios (FIN) [27]

Note: 1. W1/W2 in 2011

References

  1. ^ "Catch-up: World Para-archery Championships". BBC Sport. 7 June 2019. Retrieved 1 November 2019.