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India finish Asian Shotgun Championship with 8 medals


Indian shooters commendably finished the 7th Asian Shotgun Championship with 8 medals. On the concluding day of the championship, the pair of Mairaj Ahmad Khan and Rashmi Rathore bagged a gold medal in the skeet mixed team event. The Indian duo edged past the Chinese pair of  Liu Jiangchi and Gao Jianmei by 28-27 in the gold-medal match.

Earlier, Ankur Mittal had won a gold in the men’s double trap and another one in the team event. Kynan Chenai won a bronze in the men’s trap and also partnered Shreyasi Singh to claim the trap mixed team bronze. Maheshwari Chauhan clinched a bronze in the women’s skeet, along with a team silver in the event before. The men’s skeet team also picked up a bronze.

The Indian shooters will next be competing in the upcoming Shotgun World Championships in Moscow, beginning August 30.
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