ISSF World Cup Shooting: Asab Shines, Manavjit Falters

The ISSF World Cup shooting held in Nicosia, Cyprus proved to be eventful for India, as Mohammed Asab came home with the bronze medal. Asab, who competed in the double trap men’s event, won the bronze after defeating Time Kneale of Great Britain in the bronze medal playoff. Asab had a perfect score of 30 in

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ISSF World Cup: Mohammed Asab Wins Bronze

Indian shooter Mohammed Asab won bronze medal in the double trap men’s event of ISSF Shooting World Cup being held in Nicosia, Cyprus. Asab defeated Tim Kneale of Great Britain in the bronze medal playoff with a perfect score of 30 from the available 30. Kneale could only manage to score 27 in the match.

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ISSF Shooting: Indian Shooters Fail To Reach The Final

The Indian shooters failed to reach the final rounds of 50m rifle 3 position and 10m air pistol event at the ISSF Shooting World Cup held in Gabala. The 50m rifle 3 position saw some good presence by the Indians. However, none of the girls could manage a solid finish. Lajja Gauswami was the highest

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India on Medal Spree at The ISSF Junior Cup

The ISSF shooting tournament for juniors took place at the Shooting Centre in Suhl, Germany and Indian youngsters bagged 14 medals across the five days of the event. The gold rush by the Indian shooters is a positive sign for the Country’s Sports Board who have been facing the heat for a few disappointing performances

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ISSF World Cup: Tough Luck For Jitu Rai, Chain Singh

The season’s second ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Fort Benning, USA came to an end with Jitu Rai and Chain Singh both narrowly missing a final berth because of 10th place finishes in their respective events. It was tough luck for the Commonwealth and Asian Games gold medallist Jitu Rai as he fell out of

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ISSF World Cup: Gurpreet Singh Placed 21st

Gurpreet Singh was the best performing Indian on Day 4 of the ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Fort Benning, USA as he finished 21st in Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol event. The qualifications of Women’s 10m Air Pistol was also held on Saturday in which Shweta Singh was the best placed Indian at 22nd. Gurpreet

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ISSF World Cup: Abhinav Bindra Finishes 15th

2008 Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra was the highest-placed Indian at 15th as the Men’s 10m Air Rifle event took place at the season’s second ISSF World Cup in Rifle/Pistol section at Fort Benning, USA. The other Indian contenders in this category – Sanjeev Rajput and London Olympic bronze medallist Gagan Narang finished 25th and

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Abhinav Bindra, Chain Singh Win Double Gold In Germany

After scooping up a couple of bronze medals at the Changwon Rifle/Pistol World Cup, Indian shooters continued with their confident display. Beijing Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra, London Olympic bronze medallist Gagan Narang along with Chain Singh and Apurvi Chandela pocketed five medals – three gold and two bronze – at the recently-concluded International Shooting

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World Cup Shotgun: Manavjit Singh Sandhu Placed 24th

Former world champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu registered a score of 120 to finish 24th at the Men’s Trap event on the concluding day of the season’s third World Cup Shotgun in Larnaca, Cyprus, on Sunday. In a field of 148 shooters, Manavjit was tied with 9 others on the same score and missed the knock-out

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Manavjit Singh Sandhu Wins Bronze At World Cup Shotgun

Former world champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu won India’s first medal at the 2015 World Cup Shotgun held in Acapulco, Mexico. The veteran shooter had 12 hits in the shootoff to claim the bronze medal in men’s trap in the season’s first World Cup on Tuesday. Sadly, Manavjit Singh Sandhu missed the Olympic qualification quota by

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