Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
 
 
September 19, Wednesday 2018 8:57 PM       

       HEADLINES: Raw chicken cost dips but hoteliers' price doesn't                                              Bishop to be questioned at Thripunithura                                              Such kinky ‘cops’ are shame to Kerala Police (video)                                              FB freak traps gullible girls using his morphed pics, lies                                              Nun’s sister’s condition worsens; hospitalised                                              Cabinet clears ordinance to make triple talaq penal offence: Law Minister                                              Forces within JNU 'waging war against India', says Sitharaman                                              US-China trade war could last for 20 years: Jack Ma                                              Didn't expect Arjuna this year: Hima Das                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       SPORTS Next Article: Indian Wells: Williams sisters to face each other  
       Shooting World Cup: Manu Bhaker ends her run with two golds
 
         Posted on :20:17:04 Mar 11, 2018
   
A A
       Last edited on:20:17:04 Mar 11, 2018
         Tags: Shooting World Cup, Manu Bhaker, 2 golds
 

NEW DELHI: Indian pistol shooter Manu Bhaker ended her run at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Mexico's Guadalajara with two gold medals in the Women's 10m Pistol and the 10m Pistol Mixed Team event.

Bhaker settled for the fifth place in the Women's 25m Pistol which was held on Saturday.

With Akhil Sheoran gold in Men's 50m Rifle yesterday, India remained on top of the medals standings with four gold, one silver and four bronze medals for a total of nine.

China are second with two gold, two silver and one bronze medal. With Men's Skeet scheduled for today, the last day of the competition, India will aim to become the first time winners of an ISSF World Cup stage.

On day eight of the event, Manu had qualified for the Women's 25m Pistol final with a score of 581, which gave her fifth spot. The top eight women in the qualifying round make it to the finals.

Annu Raj Singh, the second Indian in the mix, shot 575 to finish 10th. It was a top field as usual in the final with both the reigning Olympic Champion in the event, Anna Korakaki of Greece and Rio bronze medalist Heidi Gerber of Switzerland qualifying in third and sixth spots respectively. In the final, Korakaki was fastest of the blocks with Lamolle Mathilde of France, both scoring four hits out of five after the first series of shots.

It was still very closely grouped after the second series but China's Yan Chen and Korakaki were looking to pull ahead after the third series with 11 hits out of 15 each. Manu was down to fifth with 8 but pulled up to third after the fourth series with 10 out of 20 hits. Manu got four out of five in the fifth series to claim second spot after 25 shots with 15 hits. China's Chen was still in the lead with 17.

After the sixth series, Manu found herself in a shoot-off with the German shooter Skeries and French shooter Mathilde. Skeries then bowed out in sixth as both Manu and Mathilde got three hits to Skeries' one.

The Indian had to settle for fifth place finally as her 19 hits at the end of the seventh series of five shots was three behind the leaders and two behind the German Doreen Vennekamp who had 21 at that stage.

But it was no stopping the Olympic Champion on the day, as she began the final 10th series two ahead of Vennekamp after Mathilde had settled for bronze with 24 hits in the final. Anna got four out five to end with 29 hits out of 50 to win first ISSF World Cup gold in the event. Vennekamp got silver with 27.

In the Women's Skeet, Rashmee Rathore was the best Indian finisher, scoring 105 out of 125 in qualification for 19th place. Maheshwari Chauhan was 22ndwith 103 while Saniya Sheikh was 23rd with 101.

Today, the last of the medals will be decided in the Men's Skeet and perhaps another shot by India at a medal, with Smit Singh placed at seventh after the first two rounds of qualification with a score of 48 out of 50.

Sheeraz Sheikh has 45 and is in 30th spot while Angad Sir Singh Bajwa is in 48th position with a score of 42. Three more rounds of qualification will take place on Sunday before the top six qualify for the finals.

A A
       SPORTS
Next Article: Indian Wells: Williams sisters to face each other
 
 
SPORTS HEADLINES
Didn't expect Arjuna this year: Hima Das  
High expectations made me anxious: Ronaldo after Juventus goals  
Archery coach Teja, athletic's Pannu recommended for Dronacharya Award  
India captain Virat Kohli recommended for Khel Ratna along with weightlifter Mirabai Chanu  
Gold for Mary Kom, Manisha gets silver in Polish boxing tournament  
Cricket Australia open to Shastri's request for extra warm-up game  
Indian women thrash Hong Kong 6-1 in AFC U-16 Qualifiers  
Modric should win all that Messi can't: Ivan Rakitic  
Asia Cup: World Cup combination, renewal of Indo-Pak rivalry  
India eye upset against Djokovic-less Serbia in Davis Cup tie  
SAFF Championship: India outscores Pak to enter final  
Cook ends career with 10th spot in Test ranking  
Not hard to take, don't require massive correction, insists Kohli  
Serena Williams fined $17,000 for US Open final conduct  
U.S. Open: Djokovic beats del Potro for 14th Grand Slam  
Naomi Osaka wins US Open  
Staying on court was too much for me: Nadal  
Modric receives congratulatory message from Ronaldo  
Diego Maradona to coach second-division side Dorados in Mexico  
Serena outclasses Sevastova to enter US Open final  
Bhupathi defends Balaji selection ahead of Jeevan, Purav  
'Messi needs no award to prove his credibility': Barcelona  
US Open: Naomi Osaka defeats Lesia Tsurenko to enter semi-finals  
Quarters defeat going to be stuck in my mind forever: Thiem  
Bhambri, Sharan pull out of Serbia tie; Nagal refuses to come as stand-by  
 
Do you think forced salary challenge is acceptable in the current situation?
yes
 
not
 
don't know
 
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy