World Archery announced that the 17th Hyundai Archery World Cup returns in 2023 with four stages and a final scheduled between April and September.

The Hyundai Archery World Cup launched in 2006, is archery’s premier elite competition circuit for national teams. The best 32 archers – 8 in each championship category during the season, qualify for Hyundai Archery World Cup Final for the four circuit champion trophies.

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The present title holders are: An San, Kim Woojin, Sara Lopez and Mike Schloesser.

The stages of the circuit will take place in four cities/countries and the Final in Hermosillo, Mexico as per the schedule below:

Stage 118-23 AprilAntalya Turkey
Stage 216-21 MayShanghai China
Stage 313-18 JuneMedellin Colombia
Stage 415-20 AugustParis France


9-10 September


The Prize money for the 17th edition circuit is 400,000 CHF (Swiss francs), which during last four years has more than doubled.

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The highest increase and number of recipients is at the four stages, where the total prize has risen from 30,400 CHF to 45,600 CHF and cheques will be awarded down to eighth place rather than fourth. As to each Hyundai Archery World Cup Champion they will receive 30,000 CHF.