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Manu Bhaker wins another gold at ISSF Junior World Cup


16-year old Manu Bhaker shot 242.5 at ISSF Junior World Cup to win gold in 10m air pistol event at Suhl in Germany. In the 24-shot final, Manu claimed the junior world record, her third in this year. This was her seventh individual gold in an International Shooting Sport Federation competition in 2018.

China’s Kaiman Lu, won silver by shooting 236.9 while her compatriot Xue Li won bronze with a final round score of 216.2.

Manu had earlier combined with teammates Mahima Turhi Agrawal and Devanshi Rana to win the team bronze with a total score of 1694 after the qualification round.

Another teen sensation Anish Bhanwala bagged a bronze in the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol. This is his fourth international medal of the year.

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