World Cup 2006 winner Sofia Goncharova faced difficulties entering into her match against her team-mates Anna Kazantseva. Shooting 7-8-9, she was already 4 points behind after the first end. She could not recover from such a bad start, since Kazantseva proved stronger starting with 28 and 29 first ends. Although Goncharova aimed better in the second half of the match (28 and 28), her total of 106 was too low to stop her friend from taking revenge and win her second World Cup stage after that in Porec last year.
Bronze medal - Compound Women
The first match of the afternoon was kind of a "no match"... The Indonesian Kusumaniah left no chance to her opponent who shot a very bad match. The Iranian Akram could not pass the 100-point barrier and had to leave the bronze medal to Kusumaniah (99-106).
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