Deepika Kumari was in sensational form as she claimed golds in the women's individual event as well as the women's team and mixed team contests in Paris ©Getty Images

India’s Deepika Kumari captured a hat-trick of gold medals at the third stage of the Archery World Cup in Paris.

Kumari beat Russia’s Elena Osipova 6-0 in the recurve women's final to claim a third gold of the day in the French capital after she was part of the triumphant Indian women's and mixed teams.

"I’m happy, but at the same time I have to continue my performance like this," said Kumari, who is set to compete at next month’s delayed Olympic Games in Tokyo.

"I want to improve that, because the upcoming tournament is very, very important to us. 

"I’m trying my best to continue learning whatever I can."

Kumari will represent India as the lone female archer at Tokyo 2020, joining a full men’s team as they strive to win the country’s first archery medal at the Olympics.

MacKenzie Brown of the United States picked up bronze in Paris with a 6-5 win over Mexico's Ana Vazquez.

Tokyo-bound Kumari played a big part in both Indian victories earlier in the day, partnering husband Atanu Das to win their first mixed title together and anchoring a women’s team with Ankita Bhakat and Bari Komalika that beat Mexico.

Kumari and Das defeated Sjef Van Den Berg and Gaby Schloesser of The Netherlands, the winners of the previous leg of the international circuit in Lausanne, 5-3 in the mixed team final.

"We are made for each other, that’s why we are married," said Das.

"On the grounds, we are not a couple.

"We are competitors.

"We motivate each other, boost each other, support each other and win together.

"It’s amazing."

The Mexican team of Luis Alvarez and Alejandra Valencia claimed an emphatic 5-1 win over Spain’s Daniel Castro and Ines De Velasco to win bronze.

Mexico were top seeds in the recurve women’s team event but suffered a heavy 5-1 defeat to India.

Deepika Kumari teamed up with husband Atanu Das to win their first mixed title together ©Getty Images
Deepika Kumari teamed up with husband Atanu Das to win their first mixed title together ©Getty Images

Kumari, Bhakat and Komalikad proved too strong for Aida Roman, Vazquez and Valencia, sharing the points in the first series before winning the match with a pair of 55s.

The French team of Audrey Adiceom, Angeline Cohendet and Lisa Barbelin claimed bronze with a 5-3 win over Karyna Kazlouskaya, Hanna Marusava and Karyna Dziominskaya of Belarus.

Moritz Wieser, Florian Unruh and Maximilian Weckmueller of Germany saw off surprise finalists Ben Adriaensen, Jarno De Smedt and Senna Roos of Belgium with a 6-2 triumph in the recurve men’s team final.

Seeded 22nd after qualification, Belgium won three tiebreaks against Britain, the United States and Malaysia to reach the gold medal match.

But Germany stood strong, winning three consecutive sets to claim gold.

"I’m happy for the whole team," Weckmueller said.

"This year has been an absolutely perfect - well, nearly perfect - season."

The bronze medal was won by Pierre Plihon, Thomas Chirault and Jean-Charles Valladont of France, who defeated Khairul Anuar Mohamad, Muhamad Zarif Syahiir Zolkepeli and Muhammad Akmal Nor Hasrin of Malaysia 5-3.

Brady Ellison claimed his 11th career stage victory after beating US team-mate Jack Williams 6-2 in the recurve men’s final.

Italy’s Federico Musolesi completed the podium after seeing off Patrick Huston of Britain 6-2 in the bronze medal match.