France’s David Jackson won the men's barebow title ©World Archery

France’s David Jackson clinched the men’s barebow title at the World Archery 3D Championships in Lac la Biche.

Jackson faced top seed Fredrik Lundmark in the gold medal match and secured an impressive 36-25 win over the Swedish archer.

Christine Gauthe completed the French sweep of the individual barebow events, earning a 39-18 win over Sweden’s Stine Asell in the women’s final.

Hungary’s Gyorgy Gondan earned a narrow win over Italy’s Giuseppe Seimandi in the men’s compound competition.

Gondan claimed gold on a tie-break after the final ended 42-all.

Austria’s Ingrid Ronacher won the women’s gold medal match by overcoming France’s Elodie Galvez 42-39.

Russia enjoyed success in the men’s longbow competition, with Mikhail Poddevalin winning 23-21 against Uruguay’s Luis Rossi.

France's Christine Gauthe won the women's barebow competition ©World Archery
France's Christine Gauthe won the women's barebow competition ©World Archery

Sweden’s Leena-Kaarina Saviluoto won the women’s longbow event by defeating Spain’s Encarna Garrido Lazaro on a tie-break.

France won the men’s team event with a 99-89 triumph against Sweden, while Italy overcame the United States 111-102 for bronze.

The French women’s team also earned gold by overcoming Canada 110-95 as the United States beat Slovenia 99-73 to take bronze.

The 3D archery concept is a subset of field archery, focusing on shooting at life-size models of game.