CWG 2018: Shreyasi Singh wins women's double trap gold medal

CWG 2018: Shreyasi Singh wins women's double trap gold medal

CWG 2018: Shreyasi Singh wins women's double trap gold medal

Indian shooter Shreyasi Singh who competes in the double trap event shot for gold and beat Australia's Emma Cox earlier today.

The Indian maintained his lead with his next two shots but Repacholi went ahead by a point after to more attempts.

Shreyasi Singh of India won the gold medal in women's double trap event. The 25-year-old proved his father's decision to relocate absolutely right and a medal at the Gold Coast Games further ascertains that.

Ashab Mohammed - another Indian in the same event - finished fourth with 43 points (10 points behind Mittal).

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It's another golden day for India at the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Australia's Gold Coast. Jitu is a Commonwealth Games gold medallist in 50m air pistol event from four years ago in Glasgow and the 2016 World Cup Finals" "Champion of Champions'. Kneale had finished 3rd while Mittal came fourth.

However, Willett was the first shooter to be eliminated in the final. It is also worth mentioning here that she bagged the silver in the same event in the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Asab shot 137 to get into a shoot-off with McMath in the qualification before finishing second.

Both Mittal and Kneale of Isle of Man finished with identical scores of 53/60, but Mittal has to settle for bronze as he had a lower qualification score than Kneale.

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