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Asian Games 2018: Shooting Day 5 Live Score - Shardul Vihan wins Silver in Men's Double Trap

Follow all the latest updates from shooting on day 5 of the Asian games.
Updated: 23 August 2018 14:59 IST - Published: 23 August 2018 06:22 IST
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Of the four shooters who started the day, three were in contention for a medal. But only one won a medal. And that was 15-year-old Shardul Vihan who took home silver in the Men's Double Trap. Although Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman would have been disappointed to have fallen behind after a good start, it was another successful day in shooting thanks to Shardul.
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Day 5, Indian shooters round up -

Men's Double Trap Finals


Shardul Vihan won Silver medal
9th - Ankur Mittal

Women's Double Trap Finals

6th- Shreyasi Singh
7th - Varsha Varman
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Taking part in his first-ever Asian Games, Shardul claims Silver. What a performance it has been from the 15-year-old.
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India's Shardul Vihan claims SILVER in the Men's Double Trap and South Korea's Hyunwoo Shin takes home GOLD.
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Shardul hits both but so does Hyunwoo Shin.
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South Korea's Hyunwoo Shin misses again. The lead is now just one going into the last two shots.
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South Korea finally miss one and with 6 shots left, the lead is just one.
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South Korea's Hyunwoo Shin has the lead and he has been perfect so far. Can he hang on?
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India's 15-year-old Shardul Vihan is now two shots behind after 70 rounds.
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South Korea lead by one going into the final round. If it finishes level, India will take home GOLD.
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India assured of at least SILVER.
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Qatar take home bronze. It is between India and South Korea for the GOLD.

It is between India and South Korea for GOLD
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India assured of at least Bronze but if the scores are level at the end of this round, Shardul will take home at least silver courtesy of his higher qualification.
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It is between South Korea, Qatar and India for the GOLD medal.

South Korea lead by two
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No medal for China, Liu finishes fourth and he is eliminated with a score of 43.
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India are now assured of a medal.
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India and South Korea are both top with 37 after four rounds. 
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South Korea finishes fifth and are the second to be eliminated. India are still top.
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Five competing for three medals now
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UAE's Al Kaabi is the first to be eliminated.
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After 3 rounds, India's Shardul Vihan and Korea's Hyunwoo Shin lead the way with 28. Two other countries, Qatar and China are tied for second with 27.
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After 20 shots, India still top
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Shardul is no longer perfect but with 19 he is still top. But now he shares the lead with Korea's Shin. Currently last is UAE with 15.
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Leaderboard after the first 10 shots
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Shardul Vihan shoots a perfect 10 out of 10 and is top after the first period.
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15-year-old Shardul Vihan finished top in the qualification and will be looking to make it count.
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The Men's Double Trap final is about to begin.
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The top six who will feature in the Double Trap Finals
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It is all over in the Men's Double Trap qualifications. 15-year-old Shardul finishes top and Ankur Mittal finishes 9th and fails to qualify.

In the women's double trap finals, Shreyasi Singh finishes sixth and Varsha Varman finished seventh.
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Leaderboard after five rounds
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At the end of 5 rounds, Li Qingnian leads with a 136, while Shreyasi and Varsha are sixth and seventh, 15 and 16 shots behind respectively.
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Ankur Mittal finishes outside the top six and he is out.
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And it is official, Shardul has qualified for the Double Trap Final.
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This has been sensational from the 15-year-old Shardul. While Qualification for the Double Trap final is still on, Shardul is currently first with a total of 141 out of 150.
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Shardul is still joint-top after 4 rounds. But Mittal is 8th yet crucially just one behind fifth place. He will need to get into the top 6 to qualify.
Men's Double Trap Qualification after 4 rounds (Top six qualify for finals)
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After three rounds, 15-year-old Shardul is joint-top with a score of 85. Ankur Mittal is tied for 5th with 81.
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Latest Women's Double Trap Finals standings
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Good comeback from Shreyasi but time is running out for both her and Varsha as they look to be in contention for gold.
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In the women's Double Trap final, Varsha is still fifth but Shreyasi slips to ninth.
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Latest standings in the Men's Double Trap Qualification
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And just like Shardul goes top in the men's double trap qualification. What a comeback this has been from the 15-year-old.
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In the men's double trap, Vihan has moved up to second place while Ankur Mittal has dropped down a couple of spots to eighth.
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Varsha Varman is now in fifth spot.
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In the men's double trap qualification, Shardul Vihan is in third and Ankur Mittal is in sixth.
Latest Standings in the Men's Double Trap Qualification
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Just as I say that, Varsha Varman begins her ascent. She is now up four places and is now in sixth.
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Things aren't looking good for India in the Women's Double Trap finals, Shreyasi Singh is in eighth and Varsha Varman is now in 10th.
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Shardul Vihan is now in second spot only behind South Korea's Hyunwoo Shin.
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Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman haven't got off to a great start so far in the Women's Double Trap Finals but they still have plenty of time to make things and make a push for a medal.
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Shardul Vihan is slowly moving up and is now just one shot behind the leader in the Men's Double Trap Qualification.
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In the mean time, the women's Double Trap Finals have begun as well. That features Varsha Varman and Shreyasi Singh as India's two hopes of a medal.