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Asian Games 2018 Shooting Live Score: Deepak Kumar wins Silver; Lakshay wins Silver in Men's Trap

India win silver in men's 10m Air Rifle and Men's Trap on day two.
Updated: 20 August 2018 15:36 IST - Published: 20 August 2018 05:38 IST
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And thank you for joining me from the wee hours of the morning for all the shooting action. It was a great day for India as they picked up two silver medals in shooting on day 2. Join us again tomorrow for more.
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Day 2, Indian shooters round up -

Men's Trap Finals


2nd - Lakshay
4th - Manavjit Singh Sandhu

Women's Trap Finals

6th - Seema Tomar

10m Air Rifle Men (FINALS)

Deepak Kumar won Silver Medal
4th - Ravi Kumar

10m Air Pistol Women (FINALS) 

5th - Apurvi Chandela


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Chinese Taipei win gold in the Men's Trap after hitting 48 out of 50. India's Lakshay takes silver with an impressive 43 from 50.

Final standings from Men's Trap
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Chinese Taipei win the gold medal after Yang misses just two shots out of 42. Even though gold is assured, three shots still remain.
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Lakshay assured of SILVER but can he pull off a miracle and claim gold? He needs Yang to miss four for that to happen.
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Battle for the gold medal with Chinese Taipei leading by four.

Final standings ahead of gold medal round
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Lakshay holds on and  claims silver as Ahn Daemyeong finishes with 30 and claims Bronze.
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Manavjit Singh Sandhu finishes fourth. India are confirmed of one medal but Chinese Taipei still lead and Lakshay is in second.
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One shot to go and India are assured of a medal thanks to Lakshay.
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After three shots, Chinese Taipei haven't missed while Ahn and Lakshay both have missed two.
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Chinese Taipei are top but India's Lakshay is in second, Korea is in third and Manavjit is in fourth.
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Korea's Eum Jiwon missed just one but that is enough as he finishes fifth after 30 shots and is eliminated.
Four shooters now fighting for three medals
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Chinese Taipei's Yang Kunpi is on top with 23 but Manavjit Singh Sandhu, Lakshay and Ahn Daemyeong are all tied for second with 21.
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Philippines' Hagen Alexander Topacio is the first one to be eliminated. He finishes with 18 hits out of 25. Five remaining.

Standings after 25 shots


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Just five shots left before the first elimination and Chinese Taipei still in command. Korea are second along with India. 
Standings after 20 shots
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The first elimination will be after 25 shots and with just 11 hits so far from 18 attempts, Topacio looks set to be the one to miss out first.
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After 15 shots, three shooters are tied for top spot. Korea's Ahn, India's Lakshay and Chinese Taipei's Yang.
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All six shooters need to complete 25 shots. At near the halfway mark, this is how the standings look like. Chinese Taipei still haven't missed one so far.

After 12 shots this is the standings
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India's Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Lakshay both hit five out of five but Chinese Taipei's Yang still hasn't missed after 10 shots.
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Chinese Taipei's Yang is the only one to hit all five.
Standings after five shots
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Lakshay is the only one to miss after the first round of shots.
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Manavjit Singh Sandhu is the first to shoot and he hits the mark.
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Two Indians are in contention for a medal. Can both of them finish with one? The action is just about to get underway.
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Manavjit Singh Sandhu finished top of the qualification after a shoot-off which saw Lakshay finish fourth as the two shooters, along with Jiwon Eum and Daemyeong Ahn finished level on 119 points.
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The Men's Trap Final will begin at 2:30 PM IST.

Six shooters in contention for the gold medal
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In the Women's Trap, China claim GOLD, Korea have to be content with Silver while Lebanon take home the Bronze medal.
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Seema Tomar has been eliminated as she finishes sixth with just 12 out of 25.
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Seema Tomar is in sixth spot after 20 shots with just 10. Kazakhstan, Lebanon, China and Korea are all top with 17.
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At the end of 15 shots, no one is perfect and Korea are now in second place after being top after 10 shots.
It looks like India are going to have to settle for sixth place
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At the end of 10 shots, Seema finally seems to have found her groove.

Seema Tomar is finally on the board but she is still bottom
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Korea lead the way after hitting all eight shots so far. China and Chinese Taipei have hit seven out of eight. India have managed just two.
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After missing six successive stops, Seema Tomar finally hits one.
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Things are not going according to plan in the women's trap final but two Indian men are now through to final of the men's trap.
Men's Trap final qualification
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At the end of five shots, Korea and Chinese Taipei have hit all five shots. India have missed all five while  Lebanon, China and Kazakhstan have hit four.
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Tomar has missed four out of four. Kazakhstan and China are the only other countries to have missed even one. 
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Seema Tomar is off to a disappointing start. While everyone has hit with their first three shots, she has missed three consecutive shots.
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Everyone has hit both their first two shots but Seema Tomar misses both. Not the ideal start for India.
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India's Seema Tomar misses while the other five all make their first shot.
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As the Men's trap qualification inches towards its conclusion, the women's trap final is about to begin.
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India's two shooters are peaking at just the right time in the Men's trap. Lakshay is in first and Manavjit Singh Sandhu is in third.

Latest standings Men's Trap Qualification
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The final of the Women's trap that will feature India's Seema Tomar will begin at 12.30 PM IST.
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One Indian through to the final of the Women's Trap.
Women's Trap Finalists
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Shreyasi Singh just misses out on qualification for the Women's Trap final but Seema Tomar makes the cut.
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In the Men's Trap qualification, Lakshay climbs up from No.3 to No.2. Korea's Eum Jiwon leading the way now.
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China win gold, Korea win silver and Mongolia win Bronze in the Women's 10m Air Rifle.

Final standings at the end of Women's 10m Air Rifle
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The three medalists have been confirmed as it will be China, Mongolia and Korea to fight for the medals after Iran is eliminated.

And the three remaining are China, Mongolia and Korea
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Apurvi Chandela has been eliminated after a shot of 9.8 as she finishes fifth.
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Singapore's Martina Lindsay Veloso has been eliminated. Chandela is in third and China are now top.

And then there were five left
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Iran's Ahmadi is the second to be eliminated as she finishes seventh. The favorite is now gone. China are no longer top as Iran pips them for now and India are in fourth.
One contestant remaining from each country


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Chinese Taipei's Lin is the first to be eliminated. Apurvi is third.

Seven shooters fighting for a medal now
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