Indian youth shooter wins four more golds in ISSF World Championship | Other Sports News

CAIRO: India’s junior shooters are on a rampage demanding four more golds at the competition ISSF World Championship on Tuesday.
The four medals brought India’s total to 20 medals, including nine golds, three silvers and eight bronzes. They are now second behind China, who have 18 gold medals for a total of 37 medals.
India’s gold rush on match day Friday started early with ‘s team Esha Singh, Shikha Narwal and Varsha Singh won the women’s air pistol teammate, beating China 16-6 in the gold medal match.
The team won the title on Monday after making it through two stages of qualifying.
Then it was the girls’ turn to play rifles and the trio of Ramita, Nancy and Tilottama Sen won gold in the Junior Women’s Air Rifle Competition.
They also defeated a Chinese team 16-2 in a dominating performance. Before that, they topped the first round of the qualifying round with 941.5 points and the second round also with a score of 627.6.
India’s third gold medal of the sixth day comes in the Men’s Air Rifle Team event Aishwary Pratap Singh TomarSri Karthik Sabari Raj Ravishankar and Vidit Jain beat China again with a favorable 17-11 score in the final.
The junior riflemen competed with their female counterpart in registering the rope shot victory. They topped the first round at the start of the day with a score of 937.9 after 90 shots and the second round with 626.8 after 60 shots.
In the 25m rapid-fire pistol event, young men’s couple Payal Khatri and Adarsh ​​Singh won the fourth and final gold of the day, defeating Feng Sixuan and Liu Yangpan with a score of 17-9 in the medal match. gold chapter.
They finished second in the first round with 567 and topped the second round of the qualifying round with a score of 382.
Sameer won his second bronze of the day in the same event, where he teamed up with Tejaswini to beat China’s Luo Zizhao and Wang Shiwen 16-2, in the bronze medal match.
The pair finished third in the second qualifying round with a score of 370 and third in the first round also with a score of 560.
His first medal came early in the team quick 25m pistol competition, where he teamed up with Udhayveer Sidhu and Adarsh ​​Singh to beat Italy 16-2. Prior to that, they finished third in the second round of qualifying with a score of 562, to advance to the bronze.


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