GRANTHAM'S Simon Terry won the gold medal at the FITA World Cup tournament in Antalya, Turkey.
GRANTHAM'S Simon Terry won the gold medal at the FITA World Cup tournament in Antalya, Turkey.It was Terry's second medal winning performance in this year's World Cup series, having taken the bronze at the Santo Domingo event in April.
It also means he moves up to second in the men's recurve overall standings with one round to go.
The top four after the final qualifying tournament, in Shanghai, go through to the Grand Final, in Copenhagen, in September.
Terry, 35, who won two bronze medals at the Barcelona Olympics, and returned to the sport after a 10 year absence to represent Britain at last year's Beijing Games, overcame the current Olympic Champion Victor Ruban on his way to his latest success.
He also defeated the highly rated Korean Jin Hyek Oh in the quarter-finals, and after seeing off India's Jayanta Talukdar in the semis, he beat Frenchman Thomas Aubert 110-106 to secure the gold medal.
Archery GB performance director Sara Symington said: "It's a fantastic performance from Simon, he has been outstanding all week and thoroughly deserves this.
"He has worked really hard, been superbly supported by his team-mates, and now has a wonderful chance to go through to the World Cup Grand Final."
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