Competitive phase of ISSF World Cup Final 2023 begins in Doha, Qatar
The competition will witness 13 Indian shooters competing for top honors across various shooting disciplines
The competitive phase of ISSF World Cup Final 2023 begins tomorrow in Doha, Qatar with 10m Air Pistol Men and women events.
The competition will witness 13 Indian shooters competing for top honors across various shooting disciplines.
This season finale will showcase the top 15 shooters from this year’s World Cup circuit across 12 shooting events.
The event, kicked off on November 18th, will conclude on 26th this month.
India currently holds third position in the World Cup medal standings with three gold, one silver and five bronze medals.
China is leading the table with seven gold medals while Serbia is on second spot with the same number of golds as India and an additional silver medal.
Leading the Indian contingent will be Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, a multiple medal-winner at the Asian Games 2022 and Rudrankksh Balasaheb Patil, a former world number one.
Apart from these two, the team comprises the Paris Olympics 2024 quota holders Mehuli Ghosh, Akhil Sheoran, Sarabjot Singh, Anish Bhanwala, and Asian Games 2022 bronze medalist Ramita Jindal. Tokyo Olympian Elavenil Valarivan is another key member of the team.