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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting Women's 50m Rifle Prone Finals, Anjum Moudgil, Tejaswini Sawant fighting for Gold

The event will begin at 9:30 am
Updated: 12 April 2018 10:30 IST - Published: 12 April 2018 08:28 IST
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Here is the top 5 from the finals

Gold: Martina Lindsay VELOSO (SGP) - 621.0
Silver: Tejaswini SAWANT (IND) - 618.9 
Bronze: Seonaid MCINTOSH (SCO) - 618.1

4th: Lina JONES (ENG) - 615.7
5th: Xiang Wei Jasmine SER (SGP) - 615.6
Tejaswini has done it!!
The Indian finishes with a commendable total of 618.9 to maintain her second spot as she wins the silver medal in the event. 

Anjum, however, failed to recover from her poor start as she finished at 16th
All the rounds have culminated.

And she does it. It's a new CWG record at 621.0. 
Martina Lindsay VELOSO shows the epitome of consistency, maintaining the top spot for three straight rounds. Martina currently has 610.7 points.

Can she break the CWG record score of 620.7?
On the other hand, Anjum recovers from her blimp in the previous round and finish strong with a score of 101.8 in series 4. Still not enough to pull her out of the bottom half!! 
Oh, what a strong finish!
Tejaswini climbs to the second spot after coming back with 102.8 points in series 4. 
Her total score after 4 rounds is 400.3
Martina Lindsay VELOSO, who took the lead in series 3 is looking consistent as she tops the leaderboard after round 4 as well. 
Anjum MOUDGIL will have to pull up her socks if she wishes to keep her hopes for a medal alive. She has currently slipped to the 18th spot
A closely contested fight between Tejaswini and Australia's Robyn Ridley as they breathe down each other's necks in series 4.
37-year-old Tejaswini has climbed to the 4th spot after garnering 103.3 points in series 3. 
Scotland's Jennifer MCINTOSH has the highest score so far in series 3?
Can Tejaswini break it?
Coming back to the two Indians in the fray, Tejaswini SAWANT is looking strong and could end in a podium finish if she continues her present form. She currently has a total point of 204.5 after the two rounds. 

On the other hand, Anjum MOUDGIL remains fixed at 17th after scoring 98.9 in series 2.
Scotland's Jennifer MCINTOSH is the first to complete series 3 as he moves onto the next one. Jennifer has had an impressive outing so far, garnering scores of 99.5, 103.1, 104.0 and 103.6
The highest score in this round, 103.5 has been scored by two shooters - Xiang Wei Jasmine SER (SGP) & Robyn RIDLEY (AUS)
Isle of Man's Rachel Glover had an equally decent run in series 2. The 37-year-old shooter maintains the top spot in this round as well, garnering a total point of 102.7 in series 2. 
Series 2 is currently underway 
Top 3 after series 1

Rachel GLOVER (IOM) - 104.1
Xiang Wei Jasmine SER (SGP) - 103.1
Martina Lindsay VELOSO (SGP) - 102.9

*India's Tejaswini is at 7th while Moudgil slipped to the 17th spot
The Indian shooters failed to make it to the top 5 after series 1. Tejaswini scored 102.1 while Moudgil could garner a score of 98.3. 
The Australian duo of Robyn Ridley and Janet Hunt looks in a good place with scores of 81.2 and 82.2 respectively.
We are currently in series 1.
Malaysia's Nur Suryani MOHAMED TAIBI is in the lead with 62.5 points.
And we are underway with the mega-finals!

Next up is Women's 50m Prone Rifle Finals where India's Tejaswini Sawant and Anjum Moudgil will aim for Gold.

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