Shooting c’ship

Devansh claims lead in three events

Devansh claims lead in three events

A shooting championship underway in Sector 25, Chandigarh, on Thursday. Tribune Photo: Pradeep Tewari

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 25

Shooter Devansh Vashishth led in three events during the ongoing 45th State Shooting Championship being organised by the Chandigarh Rifle Association at the Patiala Ki Rao Shooting range today.

Vashishth claimed first lead in the 50m free pistol event by scoring 521 points out of 600. In 25m pistol event, he posted 285 points and in the 25m sports pistol event, he posted 271 points to claim lead.

Meanwhile, in the 25m sports pistol event, Arrvav Kaushal claimed lead with 275 points and Kerit Kaur scored 240 points to claim lead in the girls’ sports pistol event.

In the boys’ 10m air pistol event, Govind Singh claimed lead by scoring 372 points. In air pistol ISSF event, Kaushal claimed the lead with 555 points.

Babu Ram scored 539 points to march ahead in the 50m free pistol event and Mohit Sandhu scored 572 points to claim lead in the 50m rifle event during the championship.

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