Team compound finals have been confirmed at the Archery World Cup in Medellín ©Getty Images

Colombia are to feature in both the women's and men's team compound finals after progressing through rounds today at the Archery World Cup in Medellín, meaning they are to face Britain and France respectively for the gold medals.

The trio of Alejandra Usquiano, Sara López and Maria Valentina Suárez defeated Mexico's Dafne Quintero, Andrea Becerra and Mariana Bernal 234-233 in the women's semi-finals at the Unidad Deportiva de Belen; while Britain's Ella Gibson, Isabelle Carpenter and Elizabeth Foster won 233-232 against Kim Yun-hee, So Chae-won and Oh Yoo-hyun of South Korea to join them in the final.

South Korea won the bronze medal match today against Mexico by a score of 234-232.

On the men's side, Colombia's Sebastian Arenas, Pablo Gomez Zuluaga and Daniel Munoz defeated Kang Dong-hyeon, Choi Yong-hee and Kim Jong-ho of South Korea 233-230 to make the final. 

Their opponents for gold are France's Nicolas Girard, Jean Philippe Boulch and Adrien Gontier, who won 234-231 over United States' James Lutz, Braden Gellenthien and Tate Morgan.

For bronze, the US defeated South Korea 236-234.

Team compound finals are scheduled to take place on Saturday (July 23).