Tokyo Olympian Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar topped the qualification in Men’s 50m Rifle Three Positions as Indian shooters continued their impressive performance at the ongoing ISSF World Cup in Changwon, Korea.
Apart from Aisahwary, another Indian Chain Singh qualified for the final but the star of the day was young Aishwary as he shot an impressive score of 593 out of 600. Aishwary shot perfect rounds in the first two Kneeling and Prone positions and lost all of his seven points in the standing position.
Chain shot 586 to qualify on the seventh position. Veteran Sanjeev Rajput missed out finishing 40th with a score of 577.
The other good performance came from Manu Bhaker, who shot 288 in the women’s 25m Pistol to be placed seventh with the rapid-fire round to go on Saturday before the final round.
Rhythm Sangwan shot 285 to lie 18th. The field is being led by former Olympic and world champion Anna Korakaki with a score of 295.