The 2022 Hyundai Archery World Cup is underway. Gravity Media is delighted to have broadcast their Paris event where the team were on site to capture the all-important action.
Located at the magnificent venue, The Castle of Vincennes, Gravity deployed a team of 23 people working alongside our brand-new Outside Broadcast truck Sirius, as well as 13 cams including a crane and a long track.
Sirius, is a newly custom-built outside broadcast vehicle based in France which supports 18 cameras, up to 3 vision operators, 2 Replay operators, and an OB supervisor position. It can accommodate 14 staff in high-tech, climate-controlled comfort.
Working alongside World Archery, the event was a success.
South Korea are now first in the table with with six gold medals, followed by Indian in second place with with four gold, three silver and three bronze medals and Great Britain in third place with four gold medals, two silver and one bronze.
The fourth stage of the Archery World Cup will be held in Medellín, Colombia in July with the finals set to take place in Mexico later this year.