Sanjeev Rajput clinches silver at shooting World Cup

first_imgSanjeev Rajput won a silver medal on Thursday in the 50m rifle three positions at the ongoing shooting World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan. Croatia’s Petar Gorsa won the gold medal with 457.5, while Hyeonjun Kim of Korea bagged the bronze after he shot 445.5.Rajput finished seventh in the qualification with a score of 1,167 in kneeling, prone and standing position, while Olympic bronze medallist Gagan Narang was 23rd with 1,161. Chain Singh was placed 32nd with a total of 1,159.However, Rajput is not part of India’s Olympic squad despite winning a quota place.The selection committee of the National Rifle Association of India in March decided to give the quota place earned by Rajput to Manavjit Sandhu in the trap category.Earlier, Jitu Rai had shot 199.5 in the finals to bag the silver medal in men’s 10m air pistol.last_img read more

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