Rio Olympics 2016: India's archery campaign ends as Atanu Das fails to qualify for quarter-finals
Archer Atanu Das crashed out of the men's Individual 1/8 Eliminations, ending India's campaign in the sport at the Rio Olympics.
Rio de Janeiro: Archer Atanu Das crashed out of the men's Individual 1/8 Eliminations, ending India's campaign in the sport at the Rio Olympics on Friday.
Atanu fought valiantly, but ultimately went down 4-6 (28-30, 30-28, 27-27, 27-28, 28-28) against South Korea's Seungyun Lee.
It was a neck-and-neck contest at the Sambodromo that began brightly for Atanu, who scored a perfect 10 in the first set.
But he was overpowered by Lee who hit three consecutive perfect 10s in the first set to take a two-point lead.
Atanu responded strongly with three straight 10s of his own to take the second set 30-28 and square the contest at 2-2.
The archers maintained strong levels of concentration, scoring 27 each in the third set.
But the 24-year Bengal archer flinched just once, in the fourth set, to go down 27-28.
That single point proved to be fatal as both archers hit one 10-pointer in the fifth and final set to square it 28-28, allowing Lee to claim the match by the narrowest of margins.
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