Indian shooters Heena Sidhu and Annu Raj Singh were knocked out of the women’s 10-metre air pistol event at the Olympic Games here Sunday.
Heena finished 12th with 382 points while Annu Raj in 23rd with 378 at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
A file photo of Singh and Sidhu. Reuters
Sidhu made a slow start with a 93 in her first series, but picked up the pace and scored 97, 97 and 95 in her next rounds to give quite the fight to the rest of the pack.
At one stage, she was 8th on the grid and looking strong to qualify but missed out by three points to Yaskevich Liubov of Russia.
Annu Raj was 23rd and shot 94, 96, 97 and 91 in her rounds.
With inputs from Agencies
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