Avneet Kaur pipped USA’s Alyssa Grace Sturgill in a thrilling shoot-off to clinch the compound women’s individual gold.
After the scores were tied at 144-144, the gold medal match entered a shoot-off. Sturgill was first to go, shooting a disappointing 8 while Avneet kept her calm to land a 10.
Sangampreet Bisla and Aman Saini clinched the gold and bronze medals in the men’s individual event.
Needing a nine to win, Sangampreet sent the arrow to 10 to secure the gold medal, quashing South African Christian De Klerk’s hopes of a top finish.
In the bronze medal match, Aman fended off a challenge from Frenchmen Bouleau Victor 148-146 to grab the last spot on the podium.
Both Sangampreet and Aman were part of the Indian men’s team that won the bronze on Sunday.
India is currently tied second in the medal standings with Japan. Both have 17 medals, including nine gold, three silver and five bronze.
Host China leads the standings with a haul of 21 medals.
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