The Indoor Archery World Series, which will finish with its last stage and final in Las Vegas at The Vegas Shoot, had its third tournament in Rome, Italy on December 14-16.
Over 600 archers competed at the Roma Archery, the last major international of 2018.
The three-day tournament included compound, recurve, barebow and longbow competitions, and both junior and senior events for men and women.
Crispin Duenas and Kim Surin won the senior recurve titles; Alexis Ruiz and Braden Gellenthien took honors in the compound events.
All four archers have previously competed at The Vegas Shoot and Ruiz is the defending compound female champion. She also leads the Indoor Archery World Series having won back-to-back events in Macau and Rome.
After three stages, this is how the elite ranking for the Indoor Archery World Series stands. The top 16 after all five events qualify for the Indoor Archery World Series on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Oh Jin Hyek - Korea - 250
Crispin Duenas - Canada - 250
Steve Wijler - Netherlands - 250
Gabriela Bayardo - Netherlands - 345
Casey Kaufhold - USA - 295
Kim Surin 250 - Korea - 250
Mike Schloesser - Netherlands - 330
Domagoj Buden - Croatia - 310
Braden Gellenthien - USA - 300
Alexis Ruiz - USA - 500
Toja Ellison - Slovenia - 270
Tanja Jensen - Denmark - 185
The next stop of the Indoor Archery World Series is in Nimes, France on January 18-20, 2019.
The Vegas Shoot 2019 is an open competition being held in the South Point Hotel and Casino on February 9, 2019. Athletes who compete in the championship divisions are eligible to qualify for the Indoor Archery World Series Final.