Number one seed Lisa Barbelin seeks to repeat her success at Nimes ©Getty Images

The Vegas Shoot and the Indoor Archery World Series Finals returns tomorrow night (February 5) for the top 16 archers in each category.

The event builds on from the first Indoor World Series event of 2022 in Nimes, France.

The best athletes in the compound men, compound women, recurve men and recurve women will shoot head-to-head to take the all-important 2022 titles in Las Vegas in the United States.

Hoping to repeat their success will be France’s Lisa Barbelin and Germany’s Felix Wieser as they enter the competition as the number one seeds.

Barbelin, who finished 13th at Tokyo 2020 and won gold at the 2021 Antalya European Archery Championships, will compete in the women's recurve whilst Wieser will look to repeat his memorable performance in the men's recurve.

Wieser dropped just four points in his first 30 arrows to earn a total of 296 points.

He transformed his original tally to an unbeatable 596.

"Be sure, I will work hard and shoot a lot of arrows to not only repeat this result but to increase it," Wieser told World Archery.

Elsewhere, Belgium’s Sarah Prieels will head into the women's compound category as the number one seed following her Nimes triumph.

Joining her in Las Vegas is Switzerland’s 17-year-old star, Lilana Licari, who stunned the competition by winning the under-21 recurve women’s title.

Despite France’s Jean Philippe Boulch winning the men's compound category, he is not listed to attend.

Instead, number two seed Nicolas Girard will lead France in the men's compound category alongside Adrien Gontier and Julien Parpillon.

The elimination round and bronze medal matches will take place from 5pm PST while the gold medal matches, as well as the subsequent award ceremonies, are scheduled to begin at 8pm PST.