Archery World Cup 2023 Antalya Stage 1: Full schedule, fixtures, results, live streaming details

Abhiruchi RoutAbhiruchi Rout

April 19 2023
Archery World Cup 2023 Antalya

Indian ace archer Deepika Kumari has been left out of the squad.

The Archery World Cup 2023 is all set to begin with stage 1 being organized in Antalya, Turkey. Over 390 archers from 52 nations will be participating in the first stage of the World Cup which will kick off on April 18 and run until April 23, 2023. The archers who will win the individual compound and recurve events will book their spots in the final of the Archery World Cup 2023.

There will be a total of four World Cup stages before the final event scheduled in September in Hermosillo, Mexico on September 9 and 10, 2023. The second stage of the World Cup will be held in Shanghai, China on May 16 to May 21, followed by the third stage from June 13 to June 18 in Medellin, Colombia. The fourth and final Archery World Cup 2023 stage is slated to be held between August 15 and August 20, 2023, in Paris, France before the grand final.

The top archers can qualify for the grand final by either winning a stage or accumulating enough ranking points with regularly strong finishes. The four individual winners in the final are crowned Hyundai Archery World Cup Champions.

As a result, the Hyundai Archery World Cup (known for sponsorship reasons) is the sport’s yearly worldwide elite competition tour for athletes representing their nations. In 2023, the circuit has the greatest prize fund, amounting to more than 400,000 CHF.

India at Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1


India has sent a 16-member contingent to Stage 1 of Archery World Cup 2023 which will be led by the likes of three-time Olympian Tarundeep Rai, former World No.9 Atanu Das in recurve, and the 2022 Paris stage silver-medalist Jyothi Surekha Vennam in compound archery. The top names to miss out on this competition are former World No.1 Deepika Kumari and multiple Asian Games medalist Abhishek Verma. 

The Indian line-up is full of fresh faces and it would be interesting to see how these youngsters fare in this challenging environment comprising many world-class archers. The squad was chosen on the basis of the double-phased selection trials conducted in Sonepat, Haryana. In the compound event, Prathamesh Jawkar and Avneet Kaur topped the rounds in the men’s and women’s events respectively to book their places in the World Cup squad.

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In the men’s and women’s recurve event, Dhiraj Bommadevara and Bhajan Kaur secured their positions as the best archers in the trials. The top four archers from both men’s and women’s events in Recurve and Compound Archery were eventually picked to represent India in the upcoming international Archery competitions. Compound archer Abhishek Verma can still make it to the squad if any of the compound archers underperform or are injured as he finished fifth in the trials.

Who is representing India at the Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 in Antalya, Turkey?

Jyothi Surekha Vennam Archery World Cup 2023 Antalya

Compound Women: Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Avneeet Kaur, Sakshi Chaudhary, Aditi Gopichand Swami.

Compound Men: Rajat Chauhan, Ojas Pravin Deotale, Prathamesh Samadhan Jawkar, Rishabh Yadav.

Recurve Women: Bhajan Kaur, Ankita Bhakat, Aditi Jaiswal, Simranjeet Kaur.

Recurve Men: Tarundeep Rai, Atanu Das, Dhiraj Bommadevara, Neeraj Chauhan.

Where and how can we watch the live stream for the Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 in India?

The Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 will be telecast live on Sony TEN 5 and Sony TEN 5 HD TV channels in India.

On which application, the live streaming for the Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 will be available?

The live streaming for the Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 will be available on the SonyLIV app. Only the finals will be broadcast.

Schedule for the Archery World Cup 2023 Stage 1 in Antalya

April 18, Tuesday

Official Practice and Compound Qualifications

April 19, Wednesday

Compound Team Matches and Recurve Qualifications

April 20, Thursday

Individual Eliminations and Team Eliminations (Compound Individual Matches and Recurve Team Matches)

April 21, Friday

Mixed Team Eliminations and Individual Eliminations (Mixed Team Matches and Recurve Individual Matches) 

April 22, Saturday

Compound Team Finals – 12:30 PM IST

Compound Individual (Semi-finals and Finals) – 4:30 PM IST

April 23, Sunday

Recurve Team Finals – 12:30 PM IST

Recurve Individual (Semi-finals and Finals) – 4:30 PM IST


Compound Mixed Team Final: Jyothi Surekha Vennam & Ojas Pravin Deotale (GOLD) – Report

Compound Individual Final: Jyothi Surekha Vennam (GOLD) – Report

Men’s Recurve Team Final: Team India – Atanu Das, Tarundeep Rai and Dhiraj Bommadevara (SILVER) – Report

Recurve Men’s Individual Bronze Medal Match: Dhiraj Bommadevara (BRONZE) – Report

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