Indian men's skeet team finishes 12th in ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Italy

The trio of Mairaj Ahmad Khan, Gurjoat Khangura and Parampal Singh Guron could only score 203 out of possible 225 and failed to reach the medal round.

Press Trust of India April 28, 2022 19:56:38 IST
Indian men's skeet team finishes 12th in ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Italy

File image of shotgun shooter Mairaj Ahmad Khan. AFP

New Delhi: The Indian men's skeet team comprising Mairaj Ahmad Khan, Gurjoat Khangura and Parampal Singh Guron on Thursday endured a disappointing outing to finish 12th in the ongoing ISSF Shotgun World Cup in Lonato, Italy.

The trio shot a combined total of 203 out of a possible 225 to fall well short of the medal round. With one more day to go, Mairaj will get another shot at a medal as he teams up with Ganemat Sekhon in the mixed skeet competition on Friday.

India have so far won one silver medal courtesy the trio of Kynan Chenai, Vivaan Kapoor and Prthviraj Tondaiman in the men's trap team competition.

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