India is currently sitting at the top of the table.
18:30 pm With that, we reach the end of the day’s action at the ISSF World Cup. We hope you enjoyed our coverage throughout the day. See you all next time, and until then, take care!
18:00 pm Day 7 at the ISSF World Cup did not go as well for India as the last six days. The host nation was able to win only three medals, out of which only one was a gold medal.
17:55 pm Here are the medal standings from the Final of the Trap Men’s event:
17:51 pm Alberto Fernandez of Spain settles for Silver, and Italy’s Valerio Grazini completes the podium by winning the Bronze medal.
17:50 pm Daniele Resca (Italy) takes home the Gold Medal!
17:41 pm Medals assured for Fernandez, Resca and Grazini!
17:40 pm India’s Kynan Chenai finishes at fourth.
17:35 pm Breathing space for Chenai as Spain’s Antonio Bailon gets eliminated at 5th place.
17:32 pm Alberto Fernandez continues to lead by a point at the top of the standings. Chenai has slipped down to fifth!
17:31 pm We have our first elimination in Michal Slamka (Slovakia), who finishes at 6th place.
17:26 pm Spain’s Alberto Fernandez currently leads with 19 points, but others are not far behind.
17:25 pm After 20 shots each, India’s Kynan Chenai is at 4th place, not far away from a podium finish. There is enough time for him to improve on his current position.
17:05 pm Here’s the full lineup:
17:01 pm India’s Kynan Chenai will take on five others in a bid to win the Gold Medal here.
17:00 pm The Final of the Trap Men’s event is now underway.
16:50 pm We will be back soon, for the Final of the Trap Men’s event at the ISSF World Cup.
16:45 pm Here are the final standings from the Final of the Trap Women’s event:
16:41 pm Sandra Bernal of Poland settles for Silver, and Italy’s Fiammetta Rossi completes the podium by winning the Bronze medal.
16:40 pm Zuzana Rehak Stefecekova (Slovakia) takes home the Gold Medal!
16:30 pm An interesting face-off is set to happen between the remaining four contestants, with three of them tied at the top spot with 26 points! Turkey’s Safiye Sariturk closely follows them, just one point behind.
16:25 pm We have another elimination here as Cristina Beltran finishes at 5th place.
16:20 pm After 25 targets, the standings are as follows. We have one elimination in Beatriz Martinez, who ends her campaign at 6th place.
15:47 pm Zuzana Rehak Stefecekova (Slovakia), Cristina Beltran (Spain), Safiye Sariturk (Turkey), Fiammetta Rossi (Italy), Sandra Bernal (Poland) and Beatriz Martinez (Spain) will line up for the Final of the Trap Women’s event at the ISSF World Cup.
15:46 pm Sadly for Indians, no one representing the host nation is a part of this event.
15:45 pm We are back, this time for the Final of the Trap Women’s event at the ISSF World Cup.
13:30 pm Our ISSF World Cup Day 7 Live Blog will resume at 15:40 pm, when we kick-start the coverage of the Final of the Trap Women’s event!
13:25 pm In summary, the following are the medal standings in the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men’s event:
- Estonia’s Peeter Olesk wins Gold.
- India’s Vijayveer Sidhu wins Silver.
- Peru’s Oskar Miliwek wins Bronze.
13:21 pm Both Olesk and Sidhu ended their respective campaigns at 26 points each, after which the former beat the latter 4-1 in a shoot-off! Sidhu hence settles for the Silver Medal.
13:20 pm Peeter Olesk from Estonia wins the Gold Medal in the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men’s event! India’s Vijayveer Sidhu wins the Silver Medal!
13:17 pm After 35 shots, the Bronze Medal winner is decided and it goes to Oskar Miliwek from Peru who scored 20 points in the final. Sidhu is still the hunt for the Gold Medal!
13:10 pm After 25 shots, India’s Anish gets eliminated as well. He ends his campaign at 5th place, having notched 13 points in the final. Vijayveer Sidhu remains India’s only medal hope in the event, currently at 2nd place behind Peeter Olesk.
13:05 pm After 20 shots, India’s Gurpreet Singh is eliminated with 9 points. He wraps up his campaign at 6th place.
12:45 pm Vijayveer Sidhu, Anish and Gurpreet Singh will represent India in the event, alongside, Estonia’s Peeter Olesk, Peru’s Marko Carrillo and Poland’s Oskar Miliwek.
12:40pm The Final of the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men’s event is now underway.
10:20 am Our ISSF World Cup Day 7 Live Blog will resume at 12:40 pm, when we kick-start the coverage of the Final of the 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men’s event!
10:16 am In summary, the following are the medal standings in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team event:
- India’s Sanjeev Rajput and Tejaswini Sawant win Gold.
- Ukraine’s Serhiy Kulish and Anna Ilina win Silver.
- India’s Sunidhi Chauhan and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar win Bronze.
10:15 am The duo beat Serhiy Kulish and Anna Ilina from Ukraine in a closely fought contest to take home the medal. Final Score: 31-29.
10:14 am India’s Sanjeev Rajput and Tejaswini Sawant win Gold in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team event!
10:12 am India are close to winning the Gold! Only two points between them and the medal right now. Score: India 29-23 Ukraine.
10:10 am Close competition going on between both teams, and India are keen to preserve their two-point lead. Score: India 23-21 Ukraine.
10:08 am India take the lead! 19-17. Good shooting from Rajput and Sawant.
10:07 am India are slowly fighting back. The scores are tied now, at 16-16.
10:05 am Ukraine have managed to maintain their lead over India in the last few competition shots.
10:00 am Ukraine take the early lead. Score: India 1-3 Ukraine.
9:50 am The Gold Medal match is between India (Sanjeev Rajput and Tejaswini Sawant) and Ukraine (Serhiy Kulish and Anna Ilina), and it has just started.
9:45 am The Gold Medal match of the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team event in the ISSF World Cup will begin shortly.
9:41 am The duo beat Timothy Sherry and Virginia Thrasher from USA to take home the medal. Final Score: 31-15.
9:40 am India’s Sunidhi Chauhan and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar win Bronze in the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team event!
9:37 am The score is now 23-13 in India’s favour.
9:35 am The Indian team comprising of Sunidhi Chauhan and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar is currently leading 19-5 against USA’s Timothy Sherry and Virginia Thrasher in the Bronze Medal match.
9:30 am The Final of the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team event is underway at the ISSF World Cup.
9:20 am Here’s a quick recap of India’s action from Day 6 at the ISSF World Cup:
Manu Bhaker, Rahi Sarnobat and Chinki Yadav won the only gold medal of the day for India in the women’s 25m Pistol team event. They defeated the Polish team to clinch the glory. On the other hand, the trio of Anjum Moudgil, Shreya Saksena and Gaayathri Nithyanadam settled for a silver medal in the women’s 50m rifle 3 positions team event after losing in the final to the Polish team.
9:15 am Hello and welcome to the Khel Now’s live updates of all the action from DAY 7 of the ISSF World Cup being held at New Delhi.
The ISSF WORLD CUP 2021 is taking place at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi. Athletes from around the world have gathered in the national capital to pit their wits against each other. Further, a number of ranking points for the Tokyo Olympics are also up for grabs, meaning that the competition in the ISSF WORLD CUP will be even more fierce.
Day 7 will see some of the best competitors in action with a series of finals lined up in different events. The schedule of the various finals is as follows:
- 9:30 am Final 50m Rifle 3 Positions Mixed Team
- 12:45 pm Final 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men
- 15:45 pm Final Trap Women
- 17:00 pm Final Trap Men