Indian Abhishek Verma and Colombian Sara Lopez won the men’s and women’s compound titles on day five of the Archery World Cup in Paris.

Verma won the men’s compound final, winning a jump-off in a thrilling final against American Kris Schaff.

After tying 148-148, Verma scored 10 in the play-off against Schaff’s nine.

Schaff made his way into the game after trailing two with two ends to go.

Despite the late equalizer, Verma kept her cool to win the gold.

Dutch archer Mike Schloesser came out on top in the bronze medal match, beating Russian Anton Bulaev 150-147.

Lopez beat compatriot Alejandra Usquiano by just one point in the 149-148 women’s final, coming back from one point to score two more in the final end.

Slovenian Toja Ellison won the bronze medal after beating Mexican Andrea Becerra 149-147.

Colombia and Denmark also won the gold medals in the compound women’s and men’s team.

Usquiano, Lopez and Nora Valdez won the women’s team title by a score of 236-233 over Britons Ella Gibson, Layla Annison and Bayley Sargeant.

Danes Mathias Fullerton, Martin Damsbo and Stephan Hansen won a play-off against US archers Schaff, James Lutz and Braden Gellenthien 29-28 for the men’s team gold after the teams shared 236 points each.

Russia saved a third Colombian gold medal today in the mixed compound final, with Elizaveta Knyazeva and Bulaev’s side beating Usquiano and Daniel Munoz 157-156.

Italians Paola Natale and Federico Pagnoni won the bronze medal after winning 159-156 against Danes Tanja Gellenthien and Fullerton.