An San won three gold medals at Tokyo 2020, becoming the first archer in Olympic history to do so at a single Games, and now has two gold medals at the World Championships ©Getty Images

South Korea completed a clean sweep in all three recurve team finals at the World Archery Championships in Yankton in the United States.

In the men's team event, favourites and Olympic champions Kim Woo-jin, Kim Je-deok and Oh Jin-hyek comfortably beat the hosts' Brady Ellison, Matthew Nofel and Jack Williams 6-0 in the final.

The victory marks a return to the top of the World Championships podium for South Korea's men's team after two consecutive bronze medals.

"It’s been kind of a tough time for five years, so with my team mates we finally won first place," said Kim Woo-jin.

"I feel really good.

"I really enjoyed it."

The South Koreans landed just two of 18 arrows outside of the yellow, giving the US little chance to make headway.

The recurve women’s team final was a rematch of the gold-medal match in 2017.

The Olympic champions replicated that result as they won 6-2 over second seeds Mexico.

"In 2019, the last World Championship, we lost the gold medal," said Kang Chae-young, who was vicorious along with An San and Jang Min-hee.

"At that time, I didn’t feel very good, but now we finally won the gold medal, so we feel really happy.

"This is a beautiful year."

Individual top seeds An and Kim Woo-jin then combined to dispatch the Russian Archery Federation in the recurve mixed team final 6-0.

Following the recurve events were the compound team finals.

Colombia recovered the women's team gold medal and won a  first mixed team world title, while the US returned to the top of the men's team podium.

Sara Lopez, Alejandra Usquiano and Nora Valdez faced India in this year’s women's final where they convincingly beat Priya Gurjar, Muskan Kirar and Jyothi Surekha Vennam 229-224.

The mixed final saw another Colombia-India match-up where once again the South Americans, represented by Lopez and Daniel Munoz, prevailed 154-150.

The US team of Braden Gellenthien, Kris Schaff and James Lutz decimated their Mexican neighbours 226-211 in the men's gold-medal match.