The ISSF Junior World Cup: Champions Manu Bhaker-Anmol Wins The Air Pistol Mixed Gold

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The ISSF Junior World Cup: Champions Manu Bhaker-Anmol Wins The Air Pistol Mixed Gold

The Shooters duo of Manu Baker and Anmol is securing India’s seventh gold medal in the ISSF junior World Cup by winning the mixed 10m air pistol event with qualification on the world record here on Tuesday.

The Genet Sekhon is bagging an individual bronze medal in the junior women’s skeet, shooting of a 36 in the final. In the mixed 10m air rifle event, 17-year-old Shreya Agrawal and 19-year-old Arjun Babuta have completed the podium in the third place, finishing with 432.8 points, while their country-mates is Elavenil Valarivan Elavenil’s age is 18, and Tejas Krishna Prasad’s age is 20, who is completing the fourth with a 389.1.

Baker and Anmol are dominating the event from the very start and enters the final with the highest qualification score and a new junior qualification world record. They both finishing with a 5.6 as an advantage on their close rivals, China’s Liu Jinyao and Li Xue. The two Indian youngsters, who are dominating the final match since its very first series, but progressively building a gap between them and their close rivals. They are eventually finishing with the 478.9 points, just in 1.8 points away from the current world record.

Previously, the shooters Anmol and Baker are also set a new Junior Qualification World Record with 770 points. The silver and bronze medals were both awards to China, as Liu Jintao’s age 20 and Li Xue’s age 18 is finishing in a second position with the 473.3 points, while Wang Zhao’s age 19 and Xiao Jiaruixuan’s age 15 takes the third place with a 410.7.

A second Indian team which is comprising 18-year-old Gaurav Rana and 19-year-old Mahima Turhi Agrawal, who were finishing at the feet of the podium, leaving the final at the 38th-shoot mark with 370.2 points and also the fourth position. Finishing 11.2 points away from the fifth place because of a dry fire shoot and also suffering a 1.0-point reduction with Australia’s Hans Ben Hummer’s age 18 and Sascha Kroopin’s age 16 who took the sixth place with a final score of 320.9.

Overall, India is occupying the second place with 18 medals, including seven gold, but China is continuing to lead the tally with a 22 podium finishes, including the eight gold medals. So, these are the points to describing on the ISSF Junior World Cup: Champions Manu Bhaker-Anmol wins the air pistol mixed gold.