Munich: Young Indian shooter Apurvi Chandela tender again as she clinched a china award in women’s 10m atmosphere purloin eventuality of a ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup Finals here today.
The 22-year-old Jaipur lady finished second on a lectern after she tallied 206.9, only 0.6 behind Ahmadi Elaheh of Iran, who won a bullion award with a sum of 207.5.
Andrea Arsovic of Serbia bagged a bronze after prevalent in a shoot-off with Croatia’s Valentina Gustin.
In a finals, Chandela started on a rousing note as she dismissed dual shots of 10.8 to lead after Series 1 of initial foe stage. A sum of 30.6 in a second array saw her a dump a place.
Thereafter, a Indian managed to sojourn in row for a medal.
Chandela’s final shot was a 10.2, that was only 0.2 reduction than a contingent leader Ahmadi Elaheh, who shot a 10.4.
The reigning Commonwealth Games bullion medallist has already warranted a nation a share place for subsequent year’s Rio Olympics by claiming a 10m atmosphere purloin bronze during a ISSF World Cup (Rifle/Pistol) in Changwon, Korea, in April.
Shooters with 10 best scores in any eventuality of a year’s 4 World Cups are entitled to contest in a finals.
London Olympic bronze medallist Gagan Narang and Gurpreet Singh had progressing reached a finals of their particular events in a tournament, though missed out on medals.