The World Archery-recognised international tournament saw some of the world’s best archers battle it out for success on the Lord’s hallowed turf.
Korea’s Im Dong-Hyun stood out with exceptional performances throughout the eight day competition breaking his own 72-arrow world record in the ranking round, scoring 693 and exceeding his previous record by two points. This was then followed by Im and his team mates setting a world record in the men’s team competition.
World Archery General Secretary Tom Dielen said: 'World Archery is very excited about holding Olympic Archery in this fantastic venue. The athletes, staff and volunteers all fell in love with Lord's and we can't wait for Lord's to become the home of Archery next summer.
'Our top athletes have shown what they are capable of and we will now continue to work with LOCOG and Marylebone Cricket Club to make this the best ever Olympic Games for Archery. London will be ready and we look forward to a great event next year.'
Debbie Jevans, LOCOG’s Director of Sport, said of the event: 'With eight full days of competition our teams have worked tirelessly to ensure the event has run smoothly and we have taken the opportunity to test our operations at Lord’s ahead of the Games. We will now go away and speak with the athletes and teams to get their feedback and look at whether we need to make any changes.
'I would like to thank World Archery and also the MCC and the team at Lord’s Cricket Ground for making the event such a success.'
For more information about this and other test events please visit the London Prepares series website