Imran Hasan Khan, overlooked for the Olympics despite winning a quota place, scored a minor point as he finished ahead of Gagan Narang and Sanjeev Rajput in men's rifle 3-position event, as the Indian shooters retained their low profile in the shooting World Cup that concluded at the Royal Artillery Barracks in London on Saturday.

Of course, there was nothing to crow about as Imran was placed 31st with a total of 1150, two points and two places ahead of Gagan Narang.

The results: Men: 50m rifle 3-position: 1. Niccolo Campriani (Ita) 1278.2 (1179); 2. Matthew Emmons (US) 1268.7 (1173); 3. Serhiy Kulish (Ukr) 1268.2 (1169); 31. Imran Hasan Khan 1150; 33. Gagan Narang 1148; 45. Sanjeev Rajput 1140.

25m rapid fire pistol: 1. Alexei Klimov (Rus) 33 (EFWR) 590; 2. Ding Feng (Chn) 30 (586); 3. Zhang Jian (Chn) 26 (584); 15. Gurpreet Singh 578; 20. Pemba Tamang 576; 23. Vijay Kumar 573.

Trap: 1. Massimo Fabbrizi (Ita) 143 (119); 2. Alexey Alipov (Rus) 141 (119); 3. Giovanni Pellielo (Ita) 140 (119); 33. Manavjit Singh Sandhu 115; 58. Anwer Sultan 110; 69. Anirudh Singh 109.

Women: Trap: 1. Fatima Galvez (Esp) 89 (69); 2. Elena Tkach (Rus) 88 (69); 3. Kayle Browning (US) 86 (69); 43. Shagun Chowdhary 56; 46.Varsha Varman 55; 48. Seema Tomar 55.

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