Britain's Jessica Stretton won the women's compound open category on the final day of the Para-archery world ranking event in Nové Město ©Getty Images

Britain’s Victoria Rumary won her second gold of the Para-archery world ranking event at Nové Město in the Czech Republic, a tournament that doubled as a qualification event for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.

The final day of the world ranking event featured team and individual medals up for grabs, and in the women’s W1 category Rumary claimed a second gold of the event by beating Tereza Brandtlova of the Czech Republic 128-121.

The bronze medal went to Sarka Musilova of the Czech Republic, who defeated top seed Asia Pellizzari of Italy 132-122.

In the men’s W1 category, gold went to Aydin Caner Yigit of Turkey who edged out Hungary’s Tamas Gaspar 141-139.

Russia’s Igor Meshkov took bronze in the category by beating Karel Davidek of the Czech Republic 128-122.

In the women’s compound open category, gold went to top seed Jessica Stretton of Britain, who beat Maria Andrea Virgilio 148-139.

Bronze went to Julie Chupin of France who defeated Farzaneh Asgari of Iran 144-139.

In the men’s compound open category, the gold medal was shared after an incredibly tight contest ended 146-146 between Bair Shigaev of Russia and Serhiy Atamanenko of Ukraine.

The pair were then involved in a shoot-off but were deadlocked at 10 points apiece and so shared gold.

The bronze medal went to Iran’s Alisina Manshaezadeh who beat France’s Daniel Lelou 142-137.

This week's Para-archery world ranking event in Nove Mesto is doubling up as the final qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics ©Getty Images
This week's Para-archery world ranking event in Nove Mesto is doubling up as the final qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics ©Getty Images

In the women’s recurve open, top seed Elisabetta Mijno of Italy overcame Zahra Nemati of Iran 6-4 to win gold.

There was more Italian success in the bronze medal final, with Vincenza Petrilli victorious against Russia’s Margarita Sidorenko 6-2.

The men’s recurve open category saw top seed Guillaume Toucoulet of France triumph 6-4 against Sadik Savas of Turkey in the gold medal match.

Bronze went to Slovakia’s David Ivan, after he defeated Stefano Travisani of Italy 6-4.

The final category up for grabs was the visually impaired, a mixed gender category which featured only three archers.

Daniel Martin Ayana of Spain won gold after overcoming top seed Christos Misos of Cyprus 6-2, with the other competitor Anette Londal claiming bronze.

In the mixed team recurve open final, gold went to the top seeds the Russian Federation who defeated Italy 5-1, while the bronze medal went to Turkey who overcame the Islamic Republic of Iran 5-3.

In the compound mixed team open final, gold went to Britain who defeated France 154-147, while the bronze final was an extremely close affair as the Russian Federation edged out Turkey 151-150.

The mixed team W1 saw Italy beat top seeds the Czech Republic 141-137 to claim gold, while Britain took the bronze medal by beating the Russian Federation 139-131.