Asian Games: India Finish 8th in Women's Trap Team Final

Updated: 23 September 2014 13:55 IST

With a combined total of 188, India finished far behind Kazkahstan, who took gold with a score of 203.

Asian Games: India Finish 8th in Women's Trap Team Final
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Incheon, South Korea:

Indian women's team of Shreyasi Singh, Seema Tomar and Shagun Chowdhary finished eighth in the trap team finals of the 17th Asian Games at the Gyeonggido Shooting Range at Incheon on Tuesday.  (Asian Games Day 4 Live Blog | Tally | Schedule)

With a combined total of 188, India finished far behind Kazkahstan, who took gold with a score of 203. (Abhinav Bindra finishes Asian Games career with bronze)

China took silver (199) while North Korea (198) settled for bronze. (Judoka wins bronze with dislocated shoulder)

Shreyasi Singh was the top performer for India in the final but failed to get the required support from her compatriots Seema Tomar and Shagun Chowdhary.

Shagun was especially poor with an individual combined score of 59 after three rounds while Seema shot 63 with Shreyasi (66) scoring three more points.

Anastassiya Davydova was the top individual scorer in the finals, notching 71 points.

Topics : Shooting Asian Games 2014
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