Muskan Kirar wins gold in team archery at Asia Cup Stage I

Earlier, Muskan, a product of the Madhya Pradesh State Archery Academy, defeated Sazatul Zakaria of Malaysia 139-136, in the final, to bag the compound women's individual title of the Asia Cup Stage I.

Earlier, Twenty-year-old Promila Daimary beat World championship bronze medallist Natalia Erdynieva of Russia 7-3 to emerge as the champion in the recurve women's individual event. (Representational Image)   -  H. Vibhu

Seventeen-year-old Madhya Pradesh girl Muskan Kirar earned double crown when she teamed up with Divya Dhayal and Mrinal Hiwrale to claim the compound women's team gold medal, in the Asia Cup Stage I archery event here, on Thursday. The trio's performance helped India defeat Indonesia 227-221 in the final.

Earlier, Muskan, a product of the Madhya Pradesh State Archery Academy, defeated Sazatul Zakaria of Malaysia 139-136, in the final, to bag the compound women's individual title.

READ: Promila, Muskan bag gold medals in archery at Asia Cup Stage I

Twenty-year-old Promila Daimary beat World championship bronze medallist Natalia Erdynieva of Russia 7-3 to emerge as the champion in the recurve women's individual event.

Akash, Gora Ho and Gaurav Lambe teamed up to give India another gold medal in the recurve men's team competition. Lambe (men’s individual recurve) and Madhu Vedwan (women’s individual recurve) claimed bronze medals.