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Commonwealth Games 2018: Heena Sidhu adds third gold to India's shooting kitty

The 28-year-old Sidhu shot a final score of 38, two of them perfect fives, to claim the top honours ahead of Australian Elena Galiabovitch.

Published: 10th April 2018 11:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th April 2018 01:02 PM   |  A+A-

Heena Sidhu holds tricolour during the medal ceremony after winning gold in the Women s 25m Pistol final | PTI

By PTI

Gold Coast: Heena Sidhu picked up India's third gold medal in shooting at the ongoing Commonwealth Games, finishing on top in the women's 25m pistol event and also breaking the CWG record in the process here today.

The 28-year-old Sidhu shot a final score of 38, two of them perfect fives, to claim the top honours ahead of Australian Elena Galiabovitch.

This was her second medal at the Games after having claimed the silver in the 10m air pistol event behind 16-year-old compatriot Manu Bhaker.

Earlier, defending silver-medallist Gagan Narang signed off a disappointing seventh while debutant Chain Singh finished fourth in the 50m rifle prone event at the Belmont Shooting Centre.

Narang, who qualified third for the final with a score of 619.4, went out after the first stage of elimination.

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