Prakash Nanjappa won the silver in men’s 50m free pistol in the 6th Asian air gun championship in Tehran, Iran.

The 37-year-old missed the gold by 0.3 point to Mai Jiajie of China.

The Indian team, with Jitu Rai and Om Prakash as the other members, won the silver behind China.

World Cup silver medallist Lajja Gauswami won the women’s rifle prone silver with a score of 594, while the team won the bronze.

Gauri won the junior bronze in sport pistol, and together with Shreya Gawande and Oshin Tawani won the team gold ahead of China.

In women’s 25-metre sport pistol, Anisa Sayyed topped the qualifiers with a score of 582 but eventually finished fifth, while World Cup gold medallist Rahi Sarnobat ended up eighth. The team with Surabhi Pathak as the third member won the silver.

The results:

Men: Air rifle: 1. Yang Haoran (Chn) 206.4 (629.8 WJR); 2. PouryaNorouziyan (Iri) 205.7 (622.2); 3. Cao Yifei (Chn) 184.6 (627.8); 8. Ravi Kumar 79.8 (623.6); 11. Sanjeev Rajput 618.9; 15. Sachin Chavan 614.7. Team: 1. China 1882.8 (WR); 2. Iran 1867.2; 3. India 1857.2.

50m free pistol: 1. Mai Jiajie (Chn) 190.8 (557); 2. Prakash Nanjappa 190.5 (556); 3. Pang Wei (Chn) 168.7 (552); 6. Jitu Rai 107.0 (553); 10. Om Prakash 548. Team: 1. China 1672; 2. India 1657; 3. Kazakhstan 1640.

Air pistol: 1. Vladimir Issachenko (Kaz) 201.3 (582); 2. Wang Zhiwei (Chn) 200.8 (579); 3. Ebrahim Barkhordari (Iri) 177.5 (576); 4. Prakash Nanjappa 156.2 (578); 9. Amit Kumar Pilaniya 574; 10. Om Prakash 572; 14. Jitu Rai 570. Team: 1. China 1734; 2. Iran 1722 (47x); 3. India 1722 (44x).

Women: 50m rifle prone: 1. Ratchadaporn Plengsaengthong (Tha) 596; 2. Lajja Gauswami 594; 3. Yi Siling (Chn) 594; 5. Raj Chaudhary 593; 10. Meena Kumari 589. Team: 1. China 1781; 2. Thailand 1779; 3. India 1776.

Junior women: 1. Jiang Ting (Chn) 594; 2. Qiu Yehan (Chn) 591; 3.Dina Farzadkhah (Iri) 587; 6. Sandhya Winfred 577; 9. Anjum Moudgil 576; 10. Jayashree Das 573. Team: 1. China 1769; 2. Iran 1747; 3. India 1726.

Sports pistol: 1. Munkzul Tsogbadrah (Mgl) 7 (15) 571; 2. Ji Xiaojing (Chn) 1 (16) 578; 3. Zhang Jingjing (Chn) 8 (14) 580; 4. Zauresh Baibussinova (Kaz) 2 (13) 572; 5. Anisa Sayyed 12 (582); 8. Rahi Sarnobat 10 (576); 13. Surabhi Pathak 563. MQS: Annu Raj Singh 575. Team: 1. China 1740; 2. India 1721; 3. Mongolia 1707.

Junior women: 1. Sun Kejing (Chn) 8 (10) 569; 2. Quan Wei (Chn) 4 (11) 574; 3. Gauri 7 (7) 569; 4. Kanyakorn Hirunphoem (Tha) 1 (10) 551; 6. Shreya Gawande 6 (555); 9. Oshin Tawani 543. Team: 1. India 1667; 2. China 1664; 3. Iran 1624.

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