July 31, Indian Sports activities information wrap: Mairaj Ahmad Khan wins Digvijay Singh shotgun championship

Published:Mar 10, 202422:35
July 31, Indian Sports activities information wrap: Mairaj Ahmad Khan wins Digvijay Singh shotgun championship


Mairaj beats Thakur

Olympian and World Cup gold medallist Mairaj Ahmad Khan asserted his class but once more as he accelerated to a sensible end in grabbing the skeet gold within the Digvijay Singh shotgun championship on the Dr. Karni Singh Vary, Tughlakabad, on Sunday.

The 46-year-old Mairaj beat Arjun Thakur 35-30 for the gold, as he missed just one hen within the medal spherical. He had certified on high within the semifinal with 27 hits, after having made the ultimate with a modest rating of 115, six factors behind qualification topper Gurjoat Khangura.

‘’Remaining and semifinal are nice. I'm going to work solely on qualification for the following three months’’, stated Mairaj, understandably pleased about the way in which he had competed regardless of not being at his finest.

It was an analogous case over the last World Cup in Changwon, when Mairaj needed to win a shoot-off with 4 others after being tied on 119 for the final two berths, earlier than racing to the gold.

Anantjeet Singh Naruka who had shot 120 in qualification misplaced the shoot-off in opposition to Amrinder Singh Cheema for a berth within the medal spherical.

It was Raiza Dhillon all the way in which as she gained each the ladies’s and junior gold. Raiza beat qualification topper Ganemat Sekhon 36-35 for the ladies’s gold and beat Parinaaz Dhaliwal 33-32 for the junior gold.

Darshna Rathore had an opportunity to struggle for gold however missed the final two birds and thus needed to accept the bronze.

The Outcomes

Skeet: Males: 1. Mairaj Ahamed Khan 35 (27) 115; 2. Arjun Thakur 30 (27) 119; 3. Gurjoat Khangura 24 (29) 121; 4. Amrinder Singh Cheema 15 (24) 113.

Juniors: 1. Harmehar Singh Lally 28 (25) 112; 2. Bhavtegh Singh Gill 23 (25) 113; 3. Rajveer Singh Gill 19 (26) 112; 4. Abhay Singh Sekhon 14 (26) 116.

Girls: 1. Raiza Dhillon 36 (25) 113; 2. Ganemat Sekhon 35 (27) 118; 3. Darshna Rathore 26 (22) 109; 4. Zahra Mufaddal Deesawala 11 (21) 112.

Juniors: 1. Raiza Dhillon 33 (23) 113; 2. Parinaaz Dhaliwal 32 (23) 109; 3. Darshna Rathore 24 (28) 109; 4. Sanjana Sood 14 (26) 113.

- Kamesh Srinivasan


Prajwal Dev loses ITF males’s last

Second seed Eric Vanshelboim of Ukraine beat fifth seed SD Prajwal Dev 1-6, 6-4, 6-2 within the last of the $15,000 ITF males’s tennis event in Colombo on Sunday.

It was the fifth singles title within the skilled circuit for the 21-year-old Vanshelboim, who had misplaced the semifinals final week to the eventual champion Manish Sureshkumar.

The outcomes

$15,000 ITF males, Colombo, Sri Lanka Singles (last): Eric Vanshelboim (Ukr) bt SD Prajwal Dev 1-6, 6-4, 6-2.

- Kamesh Srinivasan

To stay updated with the latest Bollywood news, follow us on Instagram and Twitter and visit EsportzKeeda, which is updated daily.








EsportzKeeda profile photo

EsportzKeeda.com delivers comprehensive coverage of major sporting events, including video highlights, results, fixtures, betting news, Casinos and more.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.