Berlin stage Longines Prize for Precision won by bronze medallist Sara Lopez

Sara Lopez of Colombia received the Longines Prize for Precision for compound women after shooting 70% of her arrows into the 10-ring at the fourth stage of the 2019 Hyundai Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany.

Her opponent in the bronze medal match, Yesim Bostan, came second with 62%. Stage winner Alexis Ruiz was third with 57%.

The Prize for Precision was awarded to the athlete from one category who shoots the highest percentage of 10s at each stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup in 2019.

Kim Woojin won the prize in Medellin, Choi Misun took it in Shanghai, Mike Schloesser was awarded the watch in Antalya and now Lopez has the stage award from Berlin.

This year’s season-long awards, which are decided on the total number of 10s accrued, are open to the compound men and compound women categories.

After four stages and with only the 2019 Hyundai Archery World Cup Final left to go, Braden Gellenthien leads the men’s list with 407 10s and Ruiz is the top woman on 401.

The Longines Prize for Precision was launched in 2010 to reward the most accurate archers each year of the Hyundai Archery World Cup.