Commonwealth Games 2018: Shreyasi Singh Wins Gold In Women’s Double Trap Event
Commonwealth Games 2018 : India shooter Shreyasi Singh delivered a splendid shot to beat Australia’s Emma Cox to secure a gold award in ladies’ twofold trap occasion in the Commonwealth Games in Australia on Wednesday. Shreyasi shot 96 and was tied with Cox in the last round and guaranteed the best respects in style by beating the Australian in the shoot-off at Belmont Shooting Center. The Indian shooter, who won a silver in Glasgow in 2014, shot 96+2 in the last. While Cox won a silver, Scotland’s Linda Pearson guaranteed bronze.
Other Indian in the shred, Varsha Varman completed fourth in the occasion. She passed up a major opportunity for a bronze decoration by one point, scoring an aggregate of 86.
The 26-year-old Shreyasi, in this manner, enhanced her silver decoration winning exertion at the Glasgow Games four years prior.
Shreyasi was on the second position while Varsha was on the third position after three rounds.
As of late, she won a silver decoration in the twofold trap occasion at the 2017 Commonwealth Shooting Championships.
Shreyasi had spoken to the nation in two occasions at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games Delhi however neglected to win a solitary decoration.
The Delhi-conceived Shreyasi won the individual silver decoration in twofold trap in Glasgow and took after that by winning a bronze award at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon.
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