With Australia now guaranteed three places in the men’s archery competition at next year’s Rio Olympics, the battle for those three positions within the Australian team is about to intensify.
Queensland’s Semra Lingard will get another chance to book a place in Rio next year when she takes part in a mini Olympic qualification shoot-off at the Archery World Championships in Copenhagen on Friday night.
The Australian archery team is eyeing off another possible Rio qualifier after Queensland’s Semra Lingard raced through individual competition at the World Championships in Copenhagen on Wednesday.
The Australian men’s archery team has qualified for next year’s Rio Olympics, beating Brazil to clinch their top eight position at the 2015 World Championships.
The Australian men’s recurve archery team is just one win away from qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics, following a strong opening competition day at the World Championships in Copenhagen.
2012 London Olympian Taylor Worth believes the Australians are shooting well enough to figure in the finish of next week’s World Archery Championships in Denmark.