Commonwealth Shooting Championships: Shahzar Rizvi, Pooja Ghatkar get gold as India clinch 5 medals on Day 2
India had a productive second day at the range winning as many as five medals, including two gold, two silver and one bronze medal.
Olympic medallist Gagan Narang says his 'priority' is active shooting despite taking up mentoring of late
He may have taken to mentoring of the late but active shooting remains Gagan Narang's number one priority and he says there is "no doubt" he is eyeing more international glory, including another shot at the Olympics.
Indian shooters were left without sufficient food during their training camp in Baku, Azerbaijan last week, prompting the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) to take up the matter with the local organisers and sort out the issue.
ISSF Shooting World Cup: Jitu Rai, Heena Sindhu-led Indian contingent gear up to compete in Munich event
A 25-member Indian contingent, including Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu, is bracing up to compete in the year's fourth ISSF World Cup for rifle and pistol disciplines at the Olympic Shooting Range in Munich.
Heena Sidhu, who had qualified in the 5th position, used her class and finals experience to finish among the medals with a score of 218.8 in the eight-woman final.
ISSF World Cup: Pooja Ghatkar gets India off to positive start with bronze in women's 10m air rifle event
Pooja Ghatkar won the bronze medal at the ISSF World Cup with a 228.8 shot in the final to finish third on the podium at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range.
Indian shooters had a dismal day at the ongoing International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup with Rio Olympics hopefuls Jitu Rai, Prakash Nanjappa and Apurvi Chandela failing to enter the finals of their respective categories at Baku, Azerbaijan on Friday.