India included five more awards, including three gold, to swell its count to 23 on day four of the ISSF Junior World Cup. Anhad Jawanda won the 25m games gun singular gold and was likewise part of the triumphant group in the Junior shooting World Cup here on Wednesday. Jawanda shot indistinguishable scores of 293 in the exactness and the fast shoot segments to beat comrade Gurmeet by seven focuses. Sambhaji Patil put fourth with 573, missing a decoration by one point to Sergei Evglevski of Australia.
On the distaff side, Chinki Yadav was beaten 7-3 to the bronze award by Anna Dedova of the Czech Republic. The gold and silver were packed away by shooters from Russia and Bulgaria. The Indian trio of Chinki, Gauri Sheoran (565) and Muskan (571), who all made the thump out stage, secured gold for India in front of powerless Thai groups.
India has won a sum of nine gold in the opposition to be positioned second in the awards count behind Russia. The day’s exclusive silver came through Gurmeet who made it an Indian 1-2 in the men’s 25m gun. Ahnad and Gurmeet had collaborated with Arjun Das for the group gold in the same classification.
India’s lone bronze of the day came in the ladies’ trap group containing Pragati Gupta, Soumya Gupta and Manisha Keer. In the lesser men’s 50m rifle 3 positions occasion, Subhankar Pramanick, who had prior won the 50M rifle inclined gold, achieved the finals with a qualifying score of 1139 yet needed to battle with eighth position in the last standings.