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Nationwide choice trials: Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar beats Deepak Kumar 17-11 in 10m air rifle

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Olympian Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar asserted himself with the air rifle as he topped the second trial 17-11 forward of fellow Tokyo Olympian Deepak Kumar within the Nationwide shootng choice trials on the Madhya Pradesh Academy on Thursday.

The qualification topper, Maddineni Umamahesh (632.5) did effectively to dominate the junior and youth sections, by beating Avinash Yadav 17-9 and Ajay Malik 16-2 respectively.

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In 50-metre rifle 3-position occasion, Sift Kaur Samra topped each the ladies’s and junior sections, by beating Ashi Chouksey 17-9 and Mansi Kathait 16-8 respectively.

The primary trial topper Gaayathri Nithyanandam positioned third within the ladies’s occasion, forward of Olympian Anjum Moudgil who had don effectively to shoot 585 in qualification.

Missed probability in Shotgun World Cup

The Indian workforce of Anant Jeet Singh Naruka, Mairaj Ahmad Khan and Gurjoat Khangura shot 214 and missed the prospect to battle for a workforce medal by three factors in skeet within the Shotgun World Cup in Nicosia,
Cyprus, on Thursday.

It was a creditable fare that India positioned fifth forward of Kuwait and host Cyprus in a area of 13 groups.

The lads’s entice workforce had received the silver for the one medal within the World Cup.

The outcomes of Nationwide choice trials :

10m air rifle:

Males: 1. Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar 17 (40.5) 43 (629.9); 2. Deepak Kumar 11 (42.5) 39 (631.6); 3. Rudrankksh Patil 40.5 (38) 62.3; 4. Avinash Yadav 21.5 (45) 629.1.

Juniors: 1. Maddineni Umamahesh 17 (42) 43.5 (632.5); 2. Avinash Yadav 9 (42) 40 (629.1); 3. Dhanush Srikanth 37.5 (48.5) 632.0; 4. Rudrankksh Patil 23.5 (43) 629.3.

Youth: 1. Maddineni Umamahesh 16 (47) 44 (632.5); 2. Ajay Malik 2 (40.5) 52 (626.2); 3. Ranavir Katkar 39.5 (53) 626.9; 4. Pratham Bhadana 18 (42.5) 629.0.

50m rifle 3-position:
Girls: 1. Sift Kaur Samra 17 (42.5) 302.9 (582); 2. Ashi Chouksey 9 (45) 297.9 (579); 3. Gaayathri Nithyanandam 38 (297.9) 577; 4. Anjum Moudgil 19.5 (300.1) 585.

Juniors: 1. Sift Kaur Samra 16 (39) 297.1 (582); 2. Mansi Kathait 8 (45.5) 293.1 (576); 3. Surabhi Bharadwaj 33 (295.5) 569; 4. Ashi Chouksey 18.5 (292.4) 579.

25m sports activities pistol:
Junior males: 1. Rajkanwar Sandhu 586; 2. Amanpreet Singh 582; 3. Sameer 580.

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