National archer Mete Gazoz becomes world champion at WAC

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National archer Mete Gazoz won the gold medal by defeating his Canadian rival Eric Peters 6-4 in the classical bow final of the World Championships in Germany. The 24-year-old athlete made history as the first Turkish archer to win a gold medal in this tournament.

National archer Mete Gazoz becomes world champion at WAC

In the men's classical bow category of the World Archery Championships in Berlin, the capital of Germany, Turkish national archer Mete Gazoz faced his Canadian rival Eric Peters in the final. Gazoz defeated his rival 6-4 in sets of 28-27, 28-30, 24-28, 30-28, and 28-29 to win the gold medal.

'TODAY I AM THE BEST ARCHER IN THE WORLD

Gazoz, who became the world champion after winning the Olympic championship before, made statements after his victory.

"It was very good. I loved Berlin very much, now I love it even more, it has gained meaning in my life. Yesterday, we achieved a great success as a team. Today, by winning, I became the best archer in the world and I will continue to be," Gazoz said.

FIRST TURKISH WORLD CHAMPION

Gazoz became the first Turkish archer to win a gold medal at the World Archery Championships and made history with this achievement. The national archer also became the first Turkish archer to compete in the final of the World Championship.

CANADA SILVER, BRAZIL BRONZE

While Mete Gazoz won the gold medal in the championship, his rival in the final, Canadian Eric Peters won the silver medal, and Brazilian Marcus D'Almedia won the bronze medal and completed the championship.

PRESIDENT ERDOGAN CONGRATULATES METE GAZOZ

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan congratulated national archer Gazoz on his social media account.

"I congratulate Mete Gazoz, who made our country proud by winning the gold medal at the World Archery Championship and showed great success in archery, our ancestral sport," Erdogan said in his statement.

Source: Anadolu Agency

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