Turkish archer wins gold medals in World Cup

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Turkish athlete Mete Gazoz won two gold medals in the 2019 Archery World Cup on Sunday.

Gazoz, 20, beat his South Korean opponent Bae Jaehyeon 6-0 in men’s recurve final to bag an individual gold medal in Berlin.

Turkey recurve men team — Mete Gazoz, Samet Ak and Ali Aydin — beat Ukraine 5-4 in final to win another gold medal.

So, Gazoz won individual and team medals in this World Cup.

Gazoz retains his World Cup success as he won a gold medal in Berlin 2018.

World no. 5, Gazoz dedicated his gold medals to his mother as the olympic athlete said on Twitter.

Meanwhile his father, Metin watched his son’s final against Jaehyeon on the web as he was in Turkey. Metin Gazoz told Anadolu Agency that he is very happy about his son’s achievement and proud of his son Mete for his international success.

Turkey’s Youth and Sports Minister Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoglu also congratulated the athletes in a statement.

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