India finishes fourth in the medals table

Although the shooters could not add a medal on the last day, the Indian team finished fourth overall with three gold, four silver and three bronze medals in the Junior World Cup in Suhl, Germany.

India had three individuall medals, gold through Rituraj Singh in standard pistol gold, silver from Yashaswini Deswal in junior women air pistol and bronze by Gayathri NIthyanandam in the junior women’s rifle prone.   -  ISSF

Although the shooters could not add a medal on the last day, the Indian team finished fourth overall with three gold, four silver and three bronze medals in the Junior World Cup in Suhl, Germany.

Italy topped the table with seven gold, four silver, and a bronze medal, while Russia had the maximum number of medals with a tally of five gold, six silver and nine bronze.

Germany was third with five gold, three silver and three bronze, among 24 countries that accounted for 108 medals. There were 923 shooters in all from 48 countries.

India pipped Hungary (3 gold andd a bronze) and France (two gold, eight silver and four bronze).

India had three individuall medals, gold through Rituraj Singh in standard pistol gold, silver from Yashaswini Deswal in junior women air pistol and bronze by Gayathri NIthyanandam in the junior women’s rifle prone.

The results:

Junior men: Trap: 1. Maxim Kabatskiy (Rus) 11 (13) 119; 2. Josef Navratil (Cze) 10 (11)7 (118); 3. Jack Wallace (Aus) 13 (11)2 (117); 4. Damien Ichard (Fra) 8 (11)6 (118); 28. Manavaditya Singh Rathore 110; 29. Lakshay 110; 48. Vishwa Kundu 104; 51. Ali Aman Elahi 103; 73. Bikramjit Singh Kochhar 89.

Team: 1. Australia 343; 2. Italy 340; 3. France 338; 9. India 323.

Skeet: 1. Yannik Hofmann (Ger) 13 (15) 122; 2. Nicolas Vasiliou (Cyp) 12 (15) 121; 3. Alexey Belov (Rus) 14 (14) 120; 4. Mikkel Petersen (Den) 13 (14) 120;34. Arjun Singh Mann 113; 48. Hamza Sheikh 110; 68. Divyaraj Singh 102.

Team: 1. Denmark 368; 2. Finland 363; 3. Russia 353; 15. India 325.