Indian archers ended their campaign at the World Cup Stage 4 without a medal as men's compound team went down to lower-ranked Germany to lose out on a third-place finish here today.
The third seeded Indian team comprising Abshisek Verma, Aman Saini and Amanjeet Singh lost 225-227 to Germany, seeded fifth, in a bronze medal play-off match.
This was the last stage of the Archery World Cup and the Indian team returned empty-handed.
India's World Cup campaign has produced one team gold (Shanghai Stage 1) and one mixed team bronze (Antalya Stage 2) -- all in the compound sections. The recurve archers have failed to win a single medal.
The Indian men's compound team carried sole medal hopes today after rest of the Indians failed to progress beyond quarterfinals.
The team of Henrik Hornung, Marcel Trachsel and Marcus Laube shot four perfect 10s out of a possible six, including three X (closest to the centre).
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