Tokyo Olympics: Meerut Shooter Saurabh Chaudhary Match Today In Tem Meter Air Pistol

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Saurabh topped the qualification round with 586 marks. He made it to the finals. The final match started at 12 noon, in which there were 24 rounds, Saurabh Chaudhary finished seventh with 137.4 points.

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The round of prayers and prayers continues for the victory of the players of Meerut in the Tokyo Olympics. Meerut’s shooter Saurabh Chowdhary had his first and final round matches today, in which he remained strong in the first round but missed in the final round. However, medal hopes remain intact. But after Saurabh’s lapse in the final round, the residents have got a big setback.

Everyone’s eyes were on Saurabh Chaudhary since morning. At the same time, prayers for his victory were being made across the city. On Saturday, a yagna was performed for the victory of the players at the Kailash Prakash Stadium, in which the members of the organization including Krida Bharti District President Ashwani Kumar Gupta were present.

Saurabh continued to shine in the qualification round. Saurabh topped the qualification round with 586 marks. He made it to the finals. The final match started at 12 noon, in which 24 rounds were to be held, Saurabh Chaudhary finished seventh with 137.4 points.

In the 10m Air Pistol event, Meeruti shooter Saurabh Choudhary made a stellar performance in the qualification round to move up the ranks from No.6, cementing the medal hopes of the countrymen including Meerut. After the qualification round, the final round also took place on Saturday at 12 noon in which Saurabh missed out on getting a medal.

Saurabh missed the medal, one more hope left
Saurabh Chaudhary may have missed out on a medal in the 10m air pistol singles event on Saturday, but he will have yet another chance to win a medal. Saurabh finished seventh in the final after finishing first in the qualification round with a scintillating performance.

Meerut and the countrymen were disappointed, but on July 27, they will have a chance to win another medal in the mixed event. In which Indian female shooter will target with Manu Bhaker.

The family members heaved a sigh of relief after finishing first in the ranks while performing brilliantly in the qualification round. But before the final round, everyone’s heartbeat had increased. Saurabh’s family also felt disheartened after missing out on a medal in the final round.

The city came forward to encourage the players
The townspeople have come forward to encourage the players in the Tokyo Olympics. Signature campaign was started from Friday under Amar Ujala’s campaign ‘Vijay Bhava’. People wrote their messages to the players and congratulated them. This time five players from Meerut are participating in the Olympics. These include Saurabh Chaudhary, Priyanka Goswami, Vandana Kataria, Annu Rani, Seema Antil.

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The round of prayers and prayers continues for the victory of the players of Meerut in the Tokyo Olympics. Meerut’s shooter Saurabh Chowdhary had his first and final round matches today, in which he remained strong in the first round but missed in the final round. However, medal hopes remain intact. But after Saurabh’s lapse in the final round, the residents have got a big setback.

Everyone’s eyes were on Saurabh Chaudhary since morning. At the same time, prayers for his victory were being made across the city. On Saturday, a yagna was performed for the victory of the players at the Kailash Prakash Stadium, in which the members of the organization including Krida Bharti District President Ashwani Kumar Gupta were present.

Saurabh continued to shine in the qualification round. Saurabh topped the qualification round with 586 marks. He made it to the finals. The final match started at 12 noon, in which 24 rounds were to be held, Saurabh Chaudhary finished seventh with 137.4 points.

In the 10m Air Pistol event, Meeruti shooter Saurabh Choudhary made a stellar performance in the qualification round to move up the ranks from No.6, cementing the medal hopes of the countrymen including Meerut. After the qualification round, the final round also took place on Saturday at 12 noon in which Saurabh missed out on getting a medal.

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