Deaflympics 2021: Indian shooters again showered gold, India’s fourth gold medal

Another medal has come for India in the Deaflympic Games. (Pic Credit SAI)

In the Deaflympic Games being played in Brazil, Indian shooters are consistently doing amazing and winning medal after medal. Another gold medal has come to India on the sixth day.

being played in brazil Deaflympics Games-2021 (Deaflympics-2021) In India, Indian shooters are constantly rocking and winning medal after medal. Dhanush Srikkanth defeated Priyasha Deshmukh on the sixth day of the tournament (Dhanush Srikanth – Priyesha Deshmukh) Won a gold medal in the 10m Air Rifle Mixed Team event by teaming up with Srikanth and Priyesh won the gold medal by defeating German pair of Sebastian Harrmani and Sabrina Eckert by a score of 16-10. This is Srikanth’s second gold medal in this tournament. He had earlier won gold in the men’s 10m air rifle singles event.

Hailing from Telangana, Srikanth trains at the Hyderabad Academy of Olympic medalist Gagan Narang. India now has a total of four gold medals in this tournament, out of which it has won three in shooting. At the same time, he won a gold in badminton. At the same time, he has won two other bronze medals, which have come in shooting only. On Friday, Abhinav Deswal won gold in 10m air pistol. On the other hand, female shooter Vedika Sharma won the bronze medal in the women’s 10m air pistol event of the 24th Deaf and Dumb Olympics.

Srikant-Priesha did wonders

Shaurya and Natasha missed out on medals

Another Indian pair was a contender for a medal in the same event but could not get the medal. Shaurya and Natasha Joshi played a bronze medal match in the 10m air rifle mixed team event in which they lost. She was defeated by Ukraine’s Oleksandr Kostsky, Violetta Liakova. The Ukrainian pair defeated the Indian pair 16-8.

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did wonders in qualification

Srikanth and Priyasha had secured first position in the qualification. The pair had scored 414.0 together. Germany’s team finished second. The pair had scored 408.7. Shaurya and Natasha finished third. The pair, who had beaten Shaurya and Natasha, finished fourth but the pair turned the tables in the medal round and won the bronze. India has sent a 65-member team for these games, out of which 10 are shooters.