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Sarabjot Singh wins India's ninth gold at ISSF Junior World Cup

After six days of top class shooting and with one more day to go, India remain on top of the medal standings with nine gold, nine silver and four bronze for a total of 22 medals.

Explained: What gold at ISSF World Cup means for Rahi Sarnobat

Sailing largely under the radar, Rahi Sarnobat became the first Indian woman to win gold in an individual pistol event at the Asian Games last year. Now with her win in Munich, she remains relevant nine years after her breakthrough.

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Apurvi Chandela wins year's second women's 10m Air Rifle World Cup gold

This was Apurvi Chandela's second ISSF World Cup gold of the year followed by a world record score in New Delhi in February.

Sony acquires rights for broadcast of archery events in Indian sub-continent

Sony Pictures Networks India Private Limited will telecast all international archery events of this year, including next month's World Championships, it was announced Thursday.

Apurvi Chandela rises to World No. 1 in 10m Air Rifle in ISSF Rankings

Shooter Apurvi Chandela on Tuesday climbed to the No. 1 position in ISSF World Rankings. In February, she had broken the World Record to register India's first gold medal at the ISSF World Cup 2019 in New Delhi.

NRAI expecting to secure two to four Olympics quotas from 'home' World Cup

Hosts India will be fielding a 34-member squad, including 11 in the non-competition Minimum Qualification Score (MQS) category. In all, 495 athletes from 58 nations will feature in the event.

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Pawan Singh is first Indian to be elected in ISSF's judges committee

Pawan Singh got elected onto the seven members' Judges Committee for which 22 candidates from all over the world were in fray, a release said.

ISSF World Championships: Gurpreet Singh adds senior silver, Gold rush continues for juniors in Changwon

Gurpreet Singh clinched a silver medal in the senior men's standard pistol event. Vijayveer Sidhu, 16, shot a gold in the 25m standard pistol event for junior men after combining with Rajkanwar Singh Sandhu and Adarsh Singh to claim the team gold

Two more junior gold medals for India at shooting World Championships in Changwon

Udhayveer Singh shot a score of 587 (291 in precision and 296 in rapid) in the individual competition to grab the gold ahead of American Henry Leverett (584) and Korean Lee Jaekyoon (582).

ISSF World Championships: Bronze for junior shooters, seniors misfire in Changwon

Divyansh and Shreya first took the fifth and final qualification spot among 42 teams with a score of 834.4 and then shot a combined 435 in the finals to fetch the third place Wednesday.

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