Japan's Tomohiro Ueyama came out on top in a shoot-off in the men's open recurve final at the World Archery Para Championships ©Getty Images

Japan's Tomohiro Ueyama triumphed in a dramatic shoot-off to clinch the men's open recurve title on the final day of the World Archery Para Championships in Dubai.

Ueyama notched an impressive 6-2 victory over the United States' reigning Paralympic champion Kevin Mather en route to the final at the Dubai Club for People of Determination, where he clinched a 9-8 win in the shoot-off against Guillaume Toucoullet.

There had been nothing to separate Ueyama and the Frenchman over five sets.

South Korea's Park Jun-beom took the bronze medal with a 6-0 thrashing of Italy's Giuseppe Verzini.

Tokyo 2020 silver medallist Vincenza Petrilli came out on top in the women's open recurve.

She beat Pooja Jatyan 7-3 in the final, with her opponent becoming the first archer from India to earn an individual silver medal at the World Championships.

Two-time Paralympic medallist Milena Olszewska of Poland finished third after overcoming Britain's Hazel Chaisty 6-4.

Italy enjoyed success in the team open recurve competitions in the United Arab Emirates.

They saw off Thailand 6-2 to earn mixed team gold, and defeated the Russian Archery Federation (RAF) in the women's team final.

Poland took the mixed team bronze after easing past Japan 6-0, with Mongolia notching a 5-1 victory over India in the women's team match for third.

The men's team final went to a shoot-off, in which Iran and Britain both scored 16 points.

However, an Iranian arrow was closest to the centre, handing them gold.

Bronze went to the RAF after beating Turkey 6-2.