India pull out of ISSF World Cup owing to quarantine rules

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India is not going to participate in the ISSF (International Shooting Sports Federation) World Cup in Changwon, due to South Korea’s mandatory 14-day quarantine rule. India is also set to host a World Cup later on, from March 18 to 29, at the Dr. Karni Shooting Range, in Delhi.Shooting has been India’s forte in multi-sport events in recent times, and the country is expecting a few medals from the discipline in the upcoming 2021 Tokyo Olympics as well. With few months left for the mega event to kick-off, the shooters are in a race against time to prepare for it, while the upcoming ISSF World Cup was a major part of it. But, as per the recent reports, India will not take part in the meet in Changwon, due to South Korea’s mandatory 14-day quarantine rule, which will not allow the athletes to train during that period.”Our shooters are not going to be participating in the World Cup in Korea as there is a 14-day mandatory quarantine. That means they will not be able to train for that period,” said a top official of the (NRAI) National Rifle Association of India, as reported by PTI.The ISSF World Cup, in Changwon, which is scheduled to be held from April 16 to 27, is a combined tournament, featuring shooters from rifle, pistol, and shotgun events competing for medals. The organisers have clearly stated that they are not going to exempt the shooters from the mandatory 14-day quarantine rule. India is also set to host a World Cup, from March 18 to 29, at the Dr. Karni Shooting in Delhi.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .

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Sanjeev Rajput claim pole position in men’s 50m Rifle 3 positions trials

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Indian shooter Sanjeev Rajput has claimed the top position in the men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions T4 national selection trial. Elavenil Valarivan won the T4 trials with a score of 251.6 in the women’s 10m Air Rifle T4, while Yashaswini Deswal finished as the best in the women’s 10m Air Pistol T4 trials.Veteran shooter Sanjeev Rajput, already a Tokyo Olympics quota holder claimed added yet another feather to his cap, by winning a Gold medal in the men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions T4 national selection trails in New Delhi. With the win, the two-time Olympian won three of four trials held this year, having qualified for the finals in each of them.The shooter also his best score of the four qualifying trials – 1182 to advance to the eight-man final in pole position. Following him closely behind was another Tokyo Olympics holder Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar – with a score of 1181. Rajput also stormed through the finals, with a season high score of 463.1 to outclass second-placed Niraj Kumar, who registered a score of 459.6.Elavenil Valarivan, the current world number in women’s 10m Air Rifle was also in top form, as she won the T4 trials with a score of 251.6, having topped the qualification round with a score of 632.1, just 1.9 shy of the world record. Yashaswini Deswal, also bound for Tokyo, claimed a top-finish in the women’s 10m Air Pistol T4 trials with a score of 242.9 in the finals.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .

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