Michelle Kroppen helped Germany win recurve team bronze in Paris ©Getty Images

Germany’s Michelle Kroppen, Charline Schwarz and Katharina Bauer won the recurve women’s team bronze after beating Turkey 5-1 at the Hyundai Archery World Cup in Paris.

With the win, Germany now have three podium finishes in the three World Cup stages this season.

"When we saw that we had to shoot against Turkey it was like, okay, it’s a rematch from the European Championships," said Kroppen.

"They did very well because they beat Korea [here].

"But we already know we can beat them and we just have to try and stay focused on our shots."

The Indian women’s team will be up against Chinese Taipei in the recurve women’s team final on Sunday while South Korea is scheduled to face USA in men’s recurve final.

Meanwhile, Turkey’s men’s team featuring Olympic Champion Mete Gazoz claimed bronze by beating Ukraine 5-1 for their first team podium of the season.

In compound, Ella Gibson of made it to the final-four while The Netherlands’ Mike Schloesser’s unbeaten run came to an end.

India’s Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Mariya Shkolna of Ukraine and France’s Sophie Dodemont will join Gibson at the Chateau de Vincennes on Saturday.

Nicolas Girard of France knocked out compound men’s world number one Schloesser before getting the better of Domagoj Buden of Croatia to book his slot in the final four.

Braden Gellenthien of the United States, Puerto Rican Jean Pizarro and Anders Faugstad of Norway are the other semi-finalists.