At the 2021 World Junior Shooting Championships, currently underway in Lima, Peru, another day of competition is over. Let’s go and see how it went inside the South American polygon: there were several team competitions on the agenda.
Men’s 50m 3 Place Rifle Final
1 – Angeria (Sack – Turok – Hammerle)
2 – France (Billy – Creez – de Stéphanes)
3 – United States of America (Barnik – Besser – Kessel)
Women’s 3rd 50m Rifle Final
1. USA (McGen’s Zone Tucker)
2 – India (Nischal-Mahant-Podder)
3 – Germany (Stark-Weindorf-Janssen)
25m Rapid Fire Pistol For Mixed Team
1 – India 2 (Sidhu – Sangwan)
2 – Thailand 1 (Herunfoam – Trinivakorn)
3 – India 1 (Tigaswani – Anish)
And then you go there is a medal Six different countries, three European, two Asian, and one from the American continent. The United States excels in rifle competitions, while India, in addition to the silver medal for the “rifle”, also wins the gold and bronze medals in fast shooting at medium distance.
Tomorrow is the last day of competitions scheduled: another team competition by gender, which is for the men’s 25m automatic pistol, and the mixed team competition, which is a 3-position 50m rifle competition.
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