Heena Sidhu Bags Gold Medal At Asian Airgun Championship

Former world number one shooter Heena Sidhu satisfied the charging as she secured gold in the women’s 10m air gun event to finish up India’s crusade at the eighth Asian Air Gun Championship on a triumphant note in New Delhi on Wednesday. India likewise added the silver medal to its kitty as Shweta Singh stood second on the platform in the day’s marquee event, in front of bronze medallist Seon A Kim of Korea.

Sidhu Bags Gold Medal At Asian Airgun

Acquiring top the capability with a score of 387 close by another young Indian shooter Yashaswini Singh Deswal, former world champion Sidhu shot 197.8 to win the top prize in the finale. Shweta collected 197.0, while Kim oversaw 175.8. In her first international final, Yashaswini completed a respectable fourth subsequent to shooting 155.3. India, therefore, won a noteworthy pull of 17 medals, including six gold (two in individual senior), to complete as toppers in the mainland event, which lost some sheen after the haul out of powerhouse China and Korea’s choice to not send numero uno gun shooter Jin

India packed away five silver and six bronze. In the general standings, Iran took the second place with 12 podium completes the process of, including six gold and five silver medals, trailed by Taipei, winning one gold, two silver and the same number of bronze. In the day’s highly anticipated event women’s 10m air pistol Sidhu got off to an astounding begin firing a 10.7. Yet, it was Shweta who was in the number one position after the initial three shots with a couple of 10s, when contrasted with a modest 9.8, 9.3 by Sidhu. With 61.3 points, Shweta kept on driving after the following three shots, as Sidhu took after
with 60.7. Indeed, even as the Korean was eliminated after a daring battle, Sidhu and Shweta occupied with a captivating tussle before the Ludhiana-conceived, Mumbai-based shooter won. Sidhu was fulfilled by her exertion in the capability yet the final was not up to the mark, according to her.

Heena said, “More often than not there was a ton of postponement. I was taking a great deal of time, brain plays at the forefront of your thoughts. Today, I was not happy with the way I shot in the finals, this was a lower finals for me.”

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