Apurvi Chandela on Sunday bagged the women’s 10m air rifle gold to get India off to a blistering start in the ISSF World Cup in Munich. Chandela’s total score in the final was 251.
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After qualifying at the top with 633.0 in a strong field of 149 shooters, the 26-year-old Apurvi shot 251.0 in the final to beat Wang Luyao of China by 0.2 point for the gold. Apurvi, who had competed in the Rio Olympics, had won the gold in the first World Cup this season in Delhi, with a world record 252.9 in the final. Apurvi has already won a quota place for the Tokyo 2020 Games. She admitted that there is a pressure of maintaining her form in the domestic ranking, but she is not here to complain. The quota belongs to the country and according to the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) policy, the quota goes to the top-ranked shooter and not necessarily to the one who wins it.
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