The Indian juggernaut is rolling, like never before.
Continuing their medal-winning spree at the ISSF World
Cup in Munich, Indian shooters almost clean swept the mixed events by clinching
two gold and a silver on the concluding day.
India topped the tally with five gold and a silver, ahead
of China, who finished second with two gold, two silver and five bronze. This
is the first time India has topped the medals tally in three consecutive World
First it was the 10m air rifle mixed event where the
Indians featured in the gold-medal match. The pair of Anjum Moudgil and
Divyansh Singh Panwar thrashed their countrymates Apurvi Chandela and Deepak
Kumar for gold with a score of 16-2.
The duo shot outstandingly well and barring the first
series in the gold-medal match, where Anjum had hit a 9.7, the pair hit all
their shots above 10.1.