According to the information received here, Akash won 33 in the men’s trap final and Neeru 29 in the women’s final.
Akash had qualified for the semi-final stage to reach the sixth semi-final with 118 in the qualification and was trailed by Olympian Keenan Chenai in the four-man semi-final with 20 hits.
He was however more accurate in the medal match and overtook silver medalist Lakshya Sheoran by one goal. With the satisfaction of topping qualification with a round of 121, Kayan won the bronze medal with a 21.
Neeru, on the other hand, finished third in the qualification for the semi-finals with 113 and then topped the semi-finals with 25 hits. Delhi’s Kirti Gupta followed her into the final with 25. In the final, Neeru was challenged by Anushka Singh Bhati of Rajasthan, who finished second with 24 hits. Preeti Rajak won the bronze medal.
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