Kim Woojin won the men's recurve title at the Archery World Cup Final in Tlaxcala ©Getty Images

South Koreans Kim Woojin and An Sun took the men’s and women’s recurve titles at the season-ending Archery World Cup Final in Tlaxcala, Mexico.

In the men’s recurve category Woojin overcame Spain’s Miguel Alvarino Garcia 7-1.

Woojin claimed his fourth world title in Tlaxcala with an almost flawless performance, although he did drop two nines in the opening set - more than in the entirety of his previous two matches.

Kim could only shoot a nine with the final arrow as he drew the third set 29-29, missing the chance to wrap up the title on this occasion.

The double Olympic champion did not miss the opportunity in set four, taking it 29-28 to win the crown after a three-year absence from the World Cup stage.

The bronze medal went to Mete Gazoz of Turkey, who overcame Je Deok Kim 6-4.

A perfect score of 30 in set four proved crucial for Gazoz, as he went on to close out the win.

In the women’s recurve category, An Sun beat Choi Misun 6-4 in an all South Korean encounter.

Colombia's Sara Lopez won the women's compound title in a high quality final against Ella Gibson ©Getty Images
Colombia's Sara Lopez won the women's compound title in a high quality final against Ella Gibson ©Getty Images

Three-time Olympic gold medallist Sun claimed her first World Cup title by shooting a ten with her final arrow in a decisive fifth set.

Chia Mao-Peng of Chinese Taipei won the bronze medal following a 7-3 victory against Mexico’s Alejandra Valencia.

In the men’s compound category, a classic final was won by Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands, known as "Mister Perfect", as he beat Nicolas Girard of France 150-149.

A high-quality contest saw both competitors score tens with their first 11 attempts with a crucial miss by Girard in the fourth end proving to be the difference, and giving Schloesser a fourth World Cup crown.

In the bronze-medal match, there was a fairytale victory for Jean Pizarro of Puerto Rico, with the self-coached athlete winning his first ever individual senior medal 150-146 against Mexico’s Miguel Becerra.

Finally, the women’s compound title was won by Colombia’s Sara Lopez, who reversed the results of the World Games and the World Cup event in Medellin in defeating Britain’s Ella Gibson 148-146.

Lopez took an early lead and maintained her advantage through the contest, which saw both players shoot perfect ends in the fourth and fifth.

Bronze went to Colombia’s Alejandra Usquiano, who triumphed 144-142 against Mexico’s Andrea Becerra for her first visit to the World Cup podium since a win in Paris in 2013.