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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting, Men's Skeet, Sheeraz Shaikh, Smit Singh carry India's hopes, Live Updates

The event gets underway!
Updated: 09 April 2018 08:13 IST - Published: 09 April 2018 00:36 IST
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He scores another three points to move up to No. 5.
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Smit scores a 3-pointer to move ahead of the rest of the pack chasing the 6th spot!
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Karl Killander scores a 23, to send Smit Singh to the 6th spot. Its an extremely tight contest for the last berth for the finals.

Three shooters -- Smit Singh, Michael Maskell (Barbados) and Usman Chand (Pakistan) are tied on 95, while Geroge Kazakos (Barbados) and Paul Adams (Australia) are tied on 94.
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As we enter the last round of the contest, Smit Singh is still in contention for qualification, as he currently stands at the 5th spot on the charts.
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Smit is currently on fifth but there is still one round to go.
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Smit Singh has climbed to seventh, can he climb further?
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Shaikh is still at 11th
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The fourth round is going on. Smit Singh is on 8th
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Meanwhile, Shaikh has fallen to 11th
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Smit  Singh is gradually making a comeback. He has now climbed up to 8th
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Shaikh is still at 10th after round 3 with an overall score of 70
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Shaikh is on 10th at the moment. His total score reads 59.
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Round 3 begins and both Indians have a task at their hands. Can they get a good score here?
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After the first two rounds, India's Sheeraz Shaikh is on 8th. Smit Singh is on 11th
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And it begins!
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Good morning everyone! The event is about to get underway!
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A lot is expected from the Indian shoting contingent this tie, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, in Australia. After the likes of Manu Bhaker and Heena Sidhu notched up gold and bronze medals each, in the women’s 10m air rifle category. 

So far, Weightlifting has been the most successful contingent for the Indians, bringing home six gold medals medals from the Games, with just four days being over. 

The likes of Mirabai Chanu, Sanjita Chanu, Sathish Sivalingam, Ragala Vekat Rahul and Seema are the ones who have won gold for India. 

Sunday saw the addition of more spots, as Manu Bhaker, and Heena Sidhu were  the two shooters who ended the Indian weightlifters’ dominance, as they won a silver and a gold in the Women’s 10m Air Rifle event. 

However, the most unextected medal was won by the Indian women’s Table Tennis team, which earned a shock win over favourites Singapore in the summit clash. 

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