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Manu Bhaker, Saurabh Chaudhary set new world record to win mixed event gold at Asian Airgun Championships
India's junior shooting squad thus ended the championship with a tally of 11 medals, including four gold.
This is India's third gold medal in Youth games-2018 and the fourth medal from shooting.
The trio of Gurnihal Singh Garcha (119), Anantjeet Singh Naruka (117) and Ayush Rudraraju (119) combined for a score of 355 for a second-place finish in the finals.
With no gold added to the tally today, India slipped to 10th with four gold, four silver and 10 bronze for a total of 18 medals.
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Like wrestling, shooting was also a mixed bag as the bronze came after teen sensation Manu Bhaker and Abhishek Verma failed to qualify for the pistol mixed team finals against expectations.
While India won seven gold medals at Gold Coast, the country has managed the same number of gold medals in the history of the Asian Games.
Deputy Chef de Mission Balbir Singh Kushwaha said that facilities at the Games Village were good.
Bhaker is also least affected by the controversies surrounding her selection in three events for the Asian Games, scheduled to be held in Jakarta and Palembeng from August 18.
China topped the medals tally with three gold medals, the same as Olena won for her country, but an overall 12 medals meant that the Asian powerhouse came away with the bragging rights.
Asked if he agrees with his parent body NRAI, who asked India to boycott the 2022 Games if shooting is not included as a discipline, Rai gave a defensive answer...
Reports had emerged that the shooter was subjected to insult when made to sit on the floor once the VVIPs arrived during a felicitation in Charkhi Dadri.
By winning the gold, Anish bettered team-mate 16-year-old Manu Bhaker, who had become the youngest Indian Commonwealth Games gold medallist.
The weightlifters wrapped up their remarkable campaign, signing off with five gold, two silver and two bronze medals, topping the charts in the sport.
The seasoned Heena Sidhu staged a remarkable comeback to bag silver at the Belmont Shooting Centre.
His 10.3 in the final attempt was not enough for Ravi to keep him in contention for the gold and silver shoot-off, assuring him only of a bronze.