It was triple delight for Bhaker as she also qualified for the gold medal match in the 25m rapid fire mixed team pistol event, assuring her of at least a silver to add to the gold she won with Iran's Javad Foroughi in the 10m air pistol mixed team event.
The Indo-Iranian pair got the better of the French-Russian duo of Mathilde Lamolle and Artem Chernousov 16-8 in the gold medal match on Friday.
The top 12 athletes in individual rifle and pistol events according to the 2021 world ranking post the Games, have been invited to participate in the event where individual winners will be awarded the Golden Target, the Best Athlete of the Year title.
The country's shooters won all the available 12 medals on the final competition day of the top junior tournament at the Las Palmas Shooting range in the Peruvian capital of Lima.
The Indian women's team defeated the USA team comprising Abbie Russell Leverett, Katelyn Morgan Abeln and Ada Claudia Korkhin 16-4 in the final.
India swept the 10m air pistol medal events, including the mixed, women's and men's team competitions as well the 10m air rifle men's team gold, to end the day with six gold, six silver and two bronze medals.
India are leading the medal tally with four gold, five silver and two bronze for a total of 11 medals.
The 19-year-old Manu Bhaker shot 241.3 to win the top prize in her event, while Singh managed 240.0.
National rifle coach and former Olympian Deepali Deshpande is also figuring out what went wrong but she is confident that the experience of Tokyo Olympics will help the shooters during 2024 Paris Games.
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While the controversy and the negativity around her dispute with Rana did have an impact on her performance, wanting to win medals at all cost made it worse, Bhaker said.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lovlina Borgohain assures India of second medal; PV Sindhu beats Akane Yamaguchi to enter semis
Borgohain, all of 23 and already two-time world championship medallist, took a big step in making her own space in the Indian women's boxing's landscape, which has been largely dominated by Mary Kom.
India pistol shooters will return home empty-handed for the second straight time at the Olympics.
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A big heartbreak was boxing legend MC Mary Kom's pre-quarterfinal exit despite the fact that the London Olympic bronze-medallist had actually won two of the three rounds in her flyweight (51kg) bout against Colombia's Ingrit Valencia.
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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Manu Bhaker 5th in 25m pistol qualification precision round; Rahi Sarnobat ranked 25th
The second stage of the qualification – the rapid round – will take place on Friday. The top-8 shooters in the qualification will enter the final.
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At the Asaka shooting range, the Indians largely misfired and with that the hopes of medals in the 10m air pistol and 10m air rifle mixed team events went up in smoke.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Saurabh Chaudhary - Manu Bhaker pair fails to make it to 10m mixed air pistol final
The duo finished seventh in Qualification 2 after topping the first phase with 582 at the Asaka Range. They lost the plot completely when the top eight teams battled it out in the second phase.
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The 19-year-old Manu, ranked number two in the world, was pegged back by a technical glitch involving her gun after an impressive start saw her take one of the places in the top eight.