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Naavdeep Kaur takes silver

NEW DELHI: Naavdeep Kaur Dhillon shot the best in the final with a 103.6 but had to be content with the silver in the women's air rifle with a 496.6 in the Meeting of Shooting Hopes international shooting competition in Plzen, Czech Republic.

Navdeep had conceded a one-point lead to Sandra Graziotin of France and Tereze Munduchova of the Czech Republic, as she shot a 393 in the preliminary phase. While the French girl took the gold with a 0.9 point lead over the Indian, the local girl won the bronze 0.1 point behind Navdeep.

The results: Men: 50m free pistol: 1. Josef Prochazka (Cze) 633.4 (543); 2. Ronak Pandit 632.9 (541); 3. Bhrigu Dutt 632.3 (541); 12. Bapu Vanjare 532; 14. Zakir Khan 531;

Team: 1. Czech Republic 1619; 2. Hungary 1610; 3. India 1604.

25m rapid fire pistol: 1. Marius Cenadan (Rom) 770.3 (578); 2. Thibaut Sauvage (Fra) 763.3 (570); 3. Vijay Kumar 757.9 (566); 12. Rommel Pandit 539;

Team: 1. Romania 1681; 2. Czech Republic 1625; 3. Poland 1606.

50m free rifle prone: 1. Robin Lindberg (Swe) 695.7 (592); 2. Peter Dimberg (Swe) 695.3 (595); 3. Marco Poffet (Sui) 694.9 (593); 19. Hari Om Singh 587; 69. Prashant Tomar 573; 73. Satyender Singh 572;

Team: 1. Switzerland 1770; 2. Czech Republic 1766; 3. Austria 1766; 15. India 1732.

Women:

10m air pistol: 1. Joanna Zorn (Pol) 483.3 (382); 2. Harveen S. Rao 481.8 (384); 3. Marlena Bartoszczyk (Pol) 475.5 (377); 5. Shweta Chaudhry 474.3 (378); 16. Pragya Rathore 370; 17. Nausheen Fatima 369; 23. Minerva Singh 366;

Team: 1. Poland 1138; 2. India 1128; 3. Switzerland 1122.

10m air rifle: 1. Sandra Graziotin (Fra) 497.5 (394); 2. Navdeep Kaur Dhillon 496.6 (393); 3. Tereza Munduchova (Cze) 496.5 (394); 10. Atmika Jagdhari 390; 12. Pooja Reddy 390; 43. Soudaminee Gavankar 384;

Team: 1. Czech Republic 1176; 2. France 1170; 3. India 1167.

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