FITA World Outdoor Target Archery Championships-women

FITA World Outdoor Target Archery Championships-women

Table
FITA World Outdoor Target Archery
Championships—women
year individual points team points
1931 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) *
1932 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.)
1933 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) Poland *
1934 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) Poland
1935 I. Catani (Swed.) United Kingdom
1936 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) Poland
1937 E. Simon (U.K.) United Kingdom
1938 N. Weston-Martyr (U.K.) Poland
1939 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) Poland
1946** P. de Wharton Burr (U.K.) United Kingdom
1947 J. Spychajowa-Kurkowska (Pol.) Denmark
1948 P. de Wharton Burr (U.K.) Czechoslovakia
1949 B. Waterhouse (U.K.) United Kingdom
1950 J. Lee (U.S.) Finland
1952 J. Lee (U.S.) United States
1953 J. Richards (U.S.) Finland
1955 K. Wisniowska (Pol.) United Kingdom
1957 C. Meinhart (U.S.) 2,120 United States 6,187
1958 S. Johansson (Swed.) 2,053 United States
1959 A. Weber Corby (U.S.) 2,023 United States 5,847
1961 N. Vonderheide (U.S.) 2,173 United States 6,376
1963 V. Cook (U.S.) 2,253 United States 6,508
1965 M. Lindholm (Fin.) 2,214 United States 6,358
1967 M. Maczynska (Pol.) 2,240 Poland 6,686
1969 D. Lidstone (Can.) 2,361 U.S.S.R. 6,897
1971 E. Gapchenko (U.S.S.R.) 2,380 Poland 6,907
1973 L. Myers (U.S.) 2,204 U.S.S.R. 6,389
1975 Z. Rustamova (U.S.S.R.) 2,465 U.S.S.R. 7,252
1977 L. Ryon (U.S.) 2,515 United States 7,379
1979 Kim Jin Ho (S.Kor.) 2,507 South Korea 7,341
1981 N. Butuzova (U.S.S.R.) 2,514 U.S.S.R. 7,455
1983 Kim Jin Ho (S.Kor.) 2,616 South Korea 7,704
1985 I. Soldatova (U.S.S.R.) 2,595 U.S.S.R. 7,721
1987*** Ma Xiangjun (China) 330 U.S.S.R. 884
1989 Kim Soo Nyung (S.Kor.) 338 South Korea 995
1991 Kim Soo Nyung (S.Kor.) 333 South Korea 1,030
1993 Kim Hyo Jung (S.Kor.) 104 South Korea 236
1995 N. Valeyeva (Moldova) 113 South Korea 247
1997 Kim Du Ri (S.Kor.) 105 South Korea 242
1999 Lee Eun Kyung (S.Kor.) 115 Italy 240
2001 Park Sung Hyun (S.Kor.) 111 China 232
2003 Yun Mi-Jun (S.Kor.) 116 South Korea 252
2005 Lee Sung Jin (S.Kor.) 111 South Korea 251
2007 N. Valeeva (Italy) 108 South Korea 226
*Rounds shot varied from 1931 to 1957.
**No competition held during unlisted years: 1940–45, 1951, 1954, 1956. Competition biennial since 1959.
***Grand FITA round instituted.
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