India Continues Shooting Dominance, Tops Medal Tally at ISSF Junior World Championships

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India Continues Shooting Dominance, Tops Medal Tally at ISSF Junior World Championships

India continued its shooting dominance at the ISSF Junior World Championships in Changwon, South Korea, by topping the medal tally with 15 medals. The Indian shooters won six gold, six silver, and three bronze medals, finishing ahead of second-placed China, who won 12 medals.

The Indian team was led by Sainyam, who won two gold medals in the women’s 10m air pistol and 10m air pistol mixed team events. Dhanush Srikanth also won two gold medals in the men’s 10m air rifle and 10m air rifle mixed team events. Other Indian gold medalists included Amanpreet Singh (men’s 25m pistol), Abhinav Shaw and Gautami Bhanot (10m air rifle mixed team), Gautami Bhanot, Swati Chowdhury, and Sonam Maskar (women’s 10m air rifle team), and Megana Sadula, Payal Khatri, and Simranpreet Kaur Brar (women’s 25m pistol team).

The Indian team’s performance at the ISSF Junior World Championships is a sign of the country’s bright future in shooting. The young Indian shooters have shown that they have the talent and potential to compete at the highest level. With continued support and training, they could be the next generation of Indian shooting stars.

India’s performance at the ISSF Junior World Championships is a major achievement. The team’s success is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the shooters, coaches, and support staff. It is also a sign of the country’s growing prominence in the world of shooting. With continued support, India’s shooting team is sure to achieve even greater success in the years to come.

India on top of medal tally in ISSF Junior World Championships

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