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Junior World Cup: Joy for Anish Bhanwala

Anish Bhanwala...on target. File

Anish Bhanwala...on target. File   | Photo Credit: PTI

Reigns supreme in 25-metre rapid fire pistol

Commonwealth Games gold medallist Anish Bhanwala overwhelmed Egor Ismakov of Russia 29-23 to clinch the gold in 25-metre rapid fire pistol in the Junior World Cup on Wednesday. Bhanwala had earlier topped qualification with 584.

However, the Indian team could not clinch a medal, as the third member of the team Harshwardhan Yadav had problems in the 4-second series in the second stage, leading to a below-par total of 550. The team, with Adarsh Singh (574) as the second member, missed gold by five points and was fourth.

Bronze for India-A

The second string Indian team of Agneya Kaushik, Rajkanwar Sandhu and Udhayveer Sidhu won bronze, one point ahead of the main team. India stayed on top of the table with eight gold, eight silver and four bronze medals while China was in second place with six gold, four silver and five bronze.

The results: Junior men: 25m rapid fire pistol: 1. Anish Bhanwala 29 (584); 2. Egor Ismakov (Rus) 23 (575); 3. Florian Peter (Ger) 19 (580); 4. Adarsh Singh 17 (574); 6. Agneya Kaushik 9 (575); 11. Rajkanwar Singh Sandhu 571; 26. Udhayveer Sidhu 563; 35. Harshwardhan Yadav 550. Team: 1. Germany 1713; 2. China 1710; 3. India-A (Agneya Kaushik, Rajkanwar Singh Sandhu, Udhayveer Sidhu) 1709; 4. India (Anish Bhanwala, Adarsh Singh, Harshwardhan Yadav) 1708.

Mixed air rifle: 1. Iran (Armina Sadeghian, Amirsiyavash Zolfagharia) 17 (418.3); 2. India-A (Shreya Agrawal, Yash Vardhan) 11 (420.3); 3. India (Mehuli Ghosh, Hriday Hazarika) (418.1); 4. US (Macey Aleah Way, Matthew Xavier Sanchez) (415.6). Mixed trap: 1. China (Zhang Ting, Li Siwei) 35 (141); 2. Italy-A (Sofia Littame, Lorenzo Ferrari) 33 (143); 3. USA-A (Carey Jeane Garrison, Roe Reynolds) 37 (139); 4. Britain (Lucy Charlotte Hall, Theo Andrew Ling) 35 (140); 6. India-A (Preeti Rajak, Vivaan Kapoor) 136; 8. India (Kirti Gupta, Vishwa Kundu) 136.

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