Satyendra ends with a decent score of 49.8 ! End of the road for him !!
Shot lowest 46.6 to remain on bottom !
Poor !! Very Poor shooting from Satyendra in the first series of Standing Position !
Satyendra needs a miracle now ! Maybe it will get over for him in the very first elimination !
Changeover is going now & eliminations will start with the Standing Position !
He still lies at bottom & trailing by more than 5 points from the 7th ranked shooter ! Looks Diffciult
A 51.9 to finish for the Indian in Prone position !
His 52.2 was the best in second series of Prone !
52.3 followed by 52.2, Singh is showing great comeback here with total score of 248.8 !!
Satyendra’s 52.3 was joint leading score in first series !
A great 10.9 to end the first series with massive 52.3 score !! He still sits at bottom with 196.2 !
Satyendra will look to comeback now in the Prone position !!
Players are taking a time out as they look to change things.
Tomasz Bartnik leads the pack with a score of 153.4.
Singh remains on bottom after the first round of kneeling.
His latest shot fetching him 10.1 !
Satyendra is in 8th with a score of 95.9
A good round by Indian with a score of 49.9 but he remains of on bottom due to his poor first 5 shots !
Still early shots to say anything !
Bad first 5 shots for Satyendra, he is on 8th position with 45.2 ! Very poor shooting from him !
Serhiy Kolish of Ukraine is in firing point H.
Tomasz Bartnik of Poland is in firing point G
Istvan Peni of Hungary is in firing point F
In firing point E, we have Jan Lochbihler of Switzerland.
In firing point D, we have Petar Gorsa of Croatia.
Satyendra Singh is in firing point C.
In firing point B, we have Yuriy Yurkov of Russia.
In Firing Point A, we have Zicheng Hui of China.
The shooters are firing their practice shots. Meanwhile, let’s have a look at the line-up.
India is represented by Satyendra Singh, who is in firing point C.
The shooters are all ready & taking their positions for the first round of shooting !!
The shooters will begin with Kneeling Postion, followed by Prone & then standing position in the last where eliminations will begin until Bronze, Silver & Gold is decided.
Can Satyendra Singh finish the ISSF World Cup Rifle/Pistol on a high ?
Hello and welcome to the live blog of the 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men final at the ISSF World Cup in Gabala
India only managed to win one medal (Gold) in this World Cup that too in the test event of Mixed 10m Air Pistol ! All eyes will be on Satyendra if he can finish the Indian campaign with a winning note !
He did an incredible job to qualify for the finals with the total score of 1173 in 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men !! Satyendra who was struggling at the end of Prone position at 22nd position, bounced back incredibly in Standing position to qualify for the last event of ISSF World Cup Rifle/Pistol, Gabala.
His score in each category :
Kneeling – 391
Prone – 393
Standing – 389