Ella Gibson won the women's compound contest in Colombia ©Getty Images

Britain's Ella Gibson and American James Lutz claimed gold medals in the women's and men's compound on the penultimate day of the Archery World Cup in Medellín.

The World Games champion Gibson defeated Sara López of Colombia, the 2021 world champion, in the semi-finals 148-146 to make the women's final.

There she faced Dafne Quintero, who won an all-Mexican semi-final 146-145 over Andrea Becerra.

In that final, Gibson was the clear winner by a 147-141 margin, while López defeated Becerra 150-146 for bronze.

Lutz made the men's final with a 147-143 win against Jean Philippe Boulch of France, while Miguel Becerra won a shoot-off against Dutch world number one Mike Schloesser to progress, after the pair finished on 148-148.

James Lutz won the men's compound today in Colombia ©Getty Images
James Lutz won the men's compound today in Colombia ©Getty Images

The American was dominant in the final, beating Mexico's Becerra 148-138.

Schloesser won against Boulch in a shoot-off, claiming bronze.

In the mixed team compound final, Denmark's Tanja Gellenthien and Mathias Fullerton defeated Americans Linda Ochoa-Anderson and Lutz 157-150.

Mexicans Dafne Quintero and Miguel Becerra defeated Kim Yun-hee and Kang Dong-hyeon of South Korea 157-156 for bronze.

France's Nicolas Girard, Boulch and Adrien Gontier won 233-231 over Colombia's Sebastian Arenas, Pablo Gomez Zuluaga and Daniel Munoz in the men's team compound final.

Colombians Alejandra Usquiano, López and Maria Valentina Suarez won 232-228 over Gibson, Isabelle Carpenter and Elizabeth Foster of Britain in the women's final.