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India Dominates ISSF World Cup 10M Juniors WC 10M in Spain

India concluded their campaign at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup 10M Juniors WC 10M in Granada, Spain, with an impressive performance, finishing at the top of the medal standings with four gold, three silver, and bronze medals. On the final day of competitions, Indian air rifle shooters narrowly missed the cut to make the final.

Tilottama Sen and Mehuli Ghosh, both Paris 2024 quota holders, shot identical scores of 630.9 to finish in the 10th and 11th spots, respectively, in the women’s 10m air rifle event. The eighth and final qualification spot went at 631.1, a difference of just 0.2. Nancy also logged a creditable 629.5. Korean Eunji Kwon won gold in the event, as per information provided by the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI).

In the men’s 10m air rifle event, Olympian Divyansh Panwar was the best Indian performer with a qualification effort of 629.8, securing the 11th spot in the field of over 60 participants. Kiran Ankush Jadhav (627.8) and Aishwary Tomar (626.5) also represented India in the event. Jiri Privratsky of the Czech Republic won gold in the men’s 10m air rifle event.

The Indian juniors showcased their talent and outperformed their senior counterparts in this edition of the World Cup, demonstrating the depth of talent in Indian shooting.

This impressive performance at the ISSF World Cup 10M Juniors WC 10M reaffirms India’s prominence in the world of shooting and highlights the bright future of the sport in the country.

The Indian shooters have once again shown their prowess on the global stage, and their success in Granada serves as a testament to the hard work and dedication of the athletes and their coaches. As India continues to make its mark in international shooting events, the future looks promising for the country’s shooting fraternity.

Overall, India’s stellar showing at the ISSF World Cup 10M Juniors WC 10M in Granada is a testament to the country’s commitment to excellence in the sport of shooting and sets the stage for continued success on the international stage.