athlete of
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compound women
ANDREA MARCOS
1
Marcos finished top-eight at two stages of the Hyundai Archery World Cup in 2018 – but her biggest achievement was taking gold at the European Archery Championships.
Match Wins: 70.00%
Average Arrow: 9.58
World Ranking: 4
LINDA OCHOA-ANDERSON
2
Up to number five in the world rankings, Ochoa-Anderson took two significant silvers on the season. First, she finished runner-up in Salt Lake City and second at the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final in Samsun.
Match Wins: 66.00%
Average Arrow: 9.57
World Ranking: 5
SARA LOPEZ
3
The 23-year-old Colombian shot three Hyundai Archery World Cup events in 2018 – Shanghai, Salt Lake and Samsun – and won all of them. She joined Brady Ellison as the only archers to have four career Hyundai Archery World Cup Final titles and also won the Pan American Championships, South American Games and Central American Games.
Match Wins: 100.00%
Average Arrow: 9.72
World Ranking: 2
SOPHIE DODEMONT
4
Forty-five years of age and away from international competition for a few years, Dodemont – a former Olympic medallist with the recurve – returned to have a career season. She won in Berlin and qualified for the Hyundai Archery World Cup Final.
Match Wins: 73.00%
Average Arrow: 9.59
World Ranking: 3
YESIM BOSTAN
5
A huge victory for Bostan at her home Hyundai Archery World Cup stage in Antalya and a second-place at the European Championships had Bostan up to the world number one spot for the first time in her career.
Match Wins: 70.00%
Average Arrow: 9.68
World Ranking: 1