Estonian archer Robin Jäätma won the compound men's bronze at the Yankton 2021 Hyundai World Archery Championships, making him the only Estonian to ever win a world championship medal in archery.
The duel for the bronze saw Jäätma and Dane Mathias Fullerton tied until the latter scored a nine on the tiebreak, while the Estonian scored a ten after a match score of 141:141.
Jäätma, who qualified 11th, first defeated Slovenia's Stas Modic 146:145 and Spaniard Jesus Jacinto Perez Gonzalez 148:146.
The Estonian bested South Korea's Yonghee Choi with a 10:9 tiebreak after a 146:146 result and former world champion Nico Wiener 143:146.
Jäätma (20) was also in good form at the junior world championships in August where he won both the individual and team goal, together with Meeri-Marita Paas.
Editor: Marcus Turovski