Shotgun World Cup: Bulgaria tops qualification, India at 27th spot

The team of Seema Tomar (58) and Prithviraj Tondaiman (64) put up a total of 122 out of 150.

The rifle and pistol shooters, who will be competing in their last World Cup of the season in Rio de Janeiro, have secured seven Olympic quotas so far. (Representative Image)

Bulgaria topped the qualification with 138, while San Marino made it to the gold medal match with a total of 134. (Representative Image)   -  Getty Images

The fortunes of the Indian shooters did not change much in the mixed trap event in the Shotgun World Cup in Lahti, Finland, on Sunday.

The team of Seema Tomar (58) and Prithviraj Tondaiman (64) put up a total of 122 out of 150 that placed the team in the 27th spot.

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Bulgaria topped the qualification with 138, while San Marino made it to the gold medal match with a total of 134. Four teams tied at 133, with Italy and Turkey winning the shoot-off for the bronze match,
ahead of Australia and Spain.

The second Indian team of Shagun Chowdhary (50) and Kynan Chenai (67) placed 33rd with its total of 117.

The Indian skeet shooters will be training their guns for the Olympic berths with the qualification starting on Tuesday.

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