Indian Shooters Bag 10th Gold Medal At Junior Shooting World Championship

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Lima

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Fri, 08 Oct 2021 04:44 PM IST

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ISSF Junior World Championship: The Indian team is at the top of the table with 23 (10 Gold, 9 Silver, 4 Bronze) medals in the event so far.

ISSF Junior Shooting World Championship
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Indian pair of Rhythm Sangwan and Vijayveer Sidhu clinched India’s 10th gold medal at the ISSF Junior Shooting World Championships. In the 25m rapid fire pistol mixed team event, the pair of Sangwan and Sidhu defeated Thailand’s Kanyakorn Hirunphom and Shwakon Trinifakron 9-1 to claim the gold medal. This is India’s 23rd medal in this tournament. With this, India is on top of the medal table.

At the same time, India also won the brand medal in this event. The pair of Tejaswini and Anish won the bronze medal by defeating Thailand’s Chavisa Paduka and Ram Khamheng 10-8. On the other hand, in Junior Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions, fame Mahant, Nischal and Ayushi Poddar won silver medals. She lost 43-47 to American Elizabeth McGinn, Lauren John and Carolyn Tucker in the final. The Indian team is at the top of the table with 23 (10 Gold, 9 Silver, 4 Bronze) medals in the event so far. At the same time, America is second with 20 medals (6 gold, 8 silver and 6 bronze).

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Indian pair of Rhythm Sangwan and Vijayveer Sidhu clinched India’s 10th gold medal at the ISSF Junior Shooting World Championships. In the 25m rapid fire pistol mixed team event, the pair of Sangwan and Sidhu defeated Thailand’s Kanyakorn Hirunphom and Shwakon Trinifakron 9-1 to claim the gold medal. This is India’s 23rd medal in this tournament. With this, India is on top of the medal table.

At the same time, India also won the brand medal in this event. The pair of Tejaswini and Anish won the bronze medal by defeating Thailand’s Chavisa Paduka and Ram Khamheng 10-8. On the other hand, in Junior Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions, fame Mahant, Nischal and Ayushi Poddar won silver medals. She lost 43-47 to American Elizabeth McGinn, Lauren John and Carolyn Tucker in the final. The Indian team is at the top of the table with 23 (10 Gold, 9 Silver, 4 Bronze) medals in the event so far. At the same time, America is second with 20 medals (6 gold, 8 silver and 6 bronze).