South Korea's Olympic champion An San has a last opportunity to clinch a place at this year's Archery World Cup Final ©Getty Images

Competition in the Colombian city of Medellín is set to provide a last qualification opportunity for this year's Archery World Cup final in Tlaxcala.

The fourth stop on this year's World Cup circuit is set to begin with the men's and women's compound 50 metres qualification round tomorrow at the Unidad Deportiva de Belen.

Compound team eliminations and recurve team qualification is scheduled for Wednesday (July 20), followed by recurve team matches and compound individual eliminations on Thursday (July 21).

Mixed team and individual recurve matches are due to be held on Friday (July 22), followed by the compound finals on Saturday (July 23) and the recurve finals to conclude the event on Sunday (July 24).

Finals are set to be staged at the temporary Parque del Rio arena.

A total of 266 athletes from 35 countries are set to take part in the World Cup stop.

Olympic champion and women's recurve world number one An San of South Korea is not yet assured of her place at the World Cup final.

Britain's Bryony Pitman, South Korea's Choi Mi-sun and Japan's Utano Agu won gold in the women's recurve at the first three World Cups of the year.

Women's compound world number one Sara López of Colombia still has work to do at her home World Cup leg.

The reigning world champion and six-time overall World Cup winner has travelled home from the Birmingham 2022 World Games, where she claimed silver in the women's compound competition, losing to Britain's Ella Gibson in the final.

Sara López of Colombia is the women's compound world number one ©Getty Images
Sara López of Colombia is the women's compound world number one ©Getty Images

Gibson has hugely impressed on this season's World Cup, winning two stages.

Kim Yun-hee of South Korea is the other winner already assured of her place in the World Cup final.

In the men's compound, The Netherlands' world number one Mike Schloesser won the first two World Cups of the season and Nicolas Girard of France the most recent in Paris.

Both have secured a place at the season finale in Tlaxcala in Mexico.

Spain's Miguel Alvariño, South Korea's world champion Kim Woo-jin and Brazil's Marcus D'Almeida were the first three men's recurve stage winners of the year.

Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Mete Gazoz of Turkey's best finish in the World Cup so far this year was fourth on home soil in Antalya.

Medellín offers the final opportunity for athletes to qualify for the World Cup final as a stage winner or through ranking points.

The Archery World Cup final is scheduled for October 15 and 16, in Tlaxcala in Mexico.