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Common Wealth Games 2018: Sensational Anish Bhanwala Wins India’s 16th Gold To Surpass Glasgow Tally

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Common Wealth Games 2018: Sensational Anish Bhanwala Wins India’s 16th Gold To Surpass Glasgow Tally

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India’s sporting contingent at the ongoing year 2018 Commonwealth Games has surpassed the gold medal tally achieved four years ago in Glasgow, with 15-year-old Anish Bhanwala winning the country’s 16th gold on Friday.

In the Common Wealth Games debut at Belmont Shooting Centre, teenage pistol sensation.  The rising sportsperson Sports Awards to enter six-man men’s at 25m rapid fire pistol finals has topped the second stage qualification with a total score of 580-22x, and then shot a Games recording score of 30 to win the finals and becoming the youngest Indian gold medallist at the Common Wealth Games.

Facing stiff competition from 20-year-old Australian shooter Sergei Evglevski and 28-year-old Sam Gowin of England, young Anish held his nerve and kept his focus through eight rounds to emerge on top. With a total of 28, Eglevsky took silver and Gowin bronze with 17.

Having slipped as the finals progressed, the other Indian shooter in the finals, Neeraj Kumar, was left to shoot off with Gowin for fourth place and was eliminated with a total score of 15 behind Gowan (15). Neeraj finished second on stage two of qualification with 579-14x.

A day earlier, during stage one of the men’s 25 pm rapid fire pistol qualifications, Neeraj had emerged on top with a total score of 297-7x followed by Bhanwala at third with 286-11x.

A stunning gold medal on Common Wealth Games debut, by far the biggest competition of his fledgling international career, has enhanced Bhansali’s status as the best young Indian shooting talent multifold.

In 2017, the teenager made heads turn when he won the 25m standard pistol gold with a world record score of 579 at the ISSF Junior World Championships Rifle/Pistol, followed by silver in the 25m sports pistol at the same event and another silver at the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in Brisbane.

Last year, Anish also upstaged in the year 2012 Olympic silver medallist Vijay Kumar to win gold at the Kumar Surendra Singh Memorial Championship and again at the 61st National Shooting Championship where he won gold.

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