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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting 50m Pistol Men's Finals, India's Jitu Rai, Om Mitharwal fighting for gold, Live Updates

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Updated: 11 April 2018 08:03 IST - Published: 11 April 2018 06:43 IST
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Om Mitharwal impressive yet again as he finishes 3rd and bags another bronze with a total score of 201.1!!
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Shakil Ahmed helps Bangladesh bag their 2nd medal as he wins Silver with a score of 220.5 points 
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Daniel Repacholi of Australia setting a Games Record in the event with his impressive total score of 227.2 points to bag the gold medal.
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Final Table
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Om Mitharwal with a score of 201.1 points in the end and finishes 3rd
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Om Mitharwal was in the Silver medal position all this while and the pressure getting to him in the end with his last two shots getting him just 7.2 & 7.6 respectively.
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INDIAA WINSS BRONZE!!!!
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Om Mitharwal is eliminated and will have to settle for the Bronze medal
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We see Om Mitharwal making a big mistake in the end with a score of only 7.2
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Daniel Repacholi extends his lead at the top
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Kristian Callaghan of England is eliminated and finishes 4th with 181.4 points
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Swee Hon Lim of Singapore is eliminated and finishes 5th with a score of 162.5
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Daniel Repacholi regains the lead
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2 more shots to determine the medal winners
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It's tied on the top now Daniel Repacholi & Om Mitharwal at 168.5 points
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Om Mitharwal closes the gap to 1st placed Daniel Repacholi of Australia with an impressive shot of 10.2
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Bin Gai, the 49-year-old from Singapore is now eliminated and ends in 6th position.
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Johnathan Guanjie Wong of Malaysia is the next to be eliminated and he ends in 7th spot.
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Score Table
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The crowd is so involved in this intense finals
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India's hopes now rest on Om Mitharwal who is presently in the Silver Medal position
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Jitu Rai is sadly eliminated
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We are in for a real shocker as it looks like Jitu Rai will be eliminated
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Jitu Rai (the defending champion) on bottom
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Om Mitharwal on top
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The 2 Indians at the 2 extremes of the table
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Jitu Rai of India really needs to buck up
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Score table
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Top half of the table as things stand
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Jitu Rai & Om Mitharwal are looking lacklustre
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Om Mitharwal with a 4th shot of 9.7
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India's Jitu Rai with a 3rd shot of 9.1
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Callaghan with a 2nd shot of 10.4
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Kristian Callaghan of England with an impressive first shot of 10.6
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Shooting 50m Pistol Men's Finals. Stay tuned for updates!
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As Day 7 of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games progresses, India will be looking to continue what has been a good run in the competition so far. Next event is 50m Pistol Men's Finals. India will be represented by Jitu Rai, Om Mitharwal. Om Mitharwal finished 1st in the qualifiers & Jitu Rai finished 6th earlier in the day. It will be an interesting final with the 2 shooters from India up against 6 other shooters.
  
Day 6 did not bring too many medals for India. However, it did bring progression as many Indian athletes find themselves in potential medal positions. 
  
India's Gagan Narang & Chain Singh qualified for the finals of the 50m Rifle Prone Men's Qualification. However, they couldn't win any medals in the Finals of the event. Annu Singh and Heena Sidhu followed suit and reached the Finals of Women's 25m Pistol, where Heena Sidhu claimed Gold. This was the only gold medal for India on the Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2018. 
  
Meanwhile, the Indian Men's Hockey team confirmed their spot in the Semifinals beating Malaysia in their pool & reaching the top of the table with 7 points. Indian Women's Hockey Team also won beating the Women's Hockey team from South Africa 1-0. 
  
Sachin Chaudhary won many Indian hearts by winning the Bronze medal in Para Powerlifting. 
  
Five Indian boxers were on display on Day 6 in Boxing Quarterfinals and all five of them booked their place in the Semis in their respective weight category. 
  
India will be hoping Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games 2018 is just as successful as the previous days.