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Commonwealth Games 2018: Shooting Women's Double Trap Finals, India's Shreyasi Singh, Varsha Varman fighting for gold, Live Updates

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedApr 11, 2018 10:46 IST

The action is underway at the Belmont Shooting Centre

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10:46 (IST)11 APR 2018

That's all from the Shooting range at Belmont Shooting Centre.

10:46 (IST)11 APR 2018

India wins the 12th Gold Medal of the Games as Shreyasi Singh comes through in a tense final shootout to clinch the top prize. Stay tuned for live updates from the event right here at Sportskeeda.

10:40 (IST)11 APR 2018

Emma only manages one duck. And that's the gold medal for India in Women's Double Trap event!!

10:40 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh shoots both of her ducks and scores 2/2 in the shootout. Emma to go next.

10:40 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh and Emma Cox are embroiled in a tough match as they are tied at 96 after the Round 4. They will face off in a final shootout of two shots.

10:38 (IST)11 APR 2018

Scotland's Linda Pearson shoots 20 to take her score to 87 and takes up the third spot.

10:16 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh shoots 25 to take her tally to 96 now.

10:09 (IST)11 APR 2018

Aussie Gaye Shale scores 10 to take her tally to 76 shots

10:08 (IST)11 APR 2018

India's Shreyasi Singh has shot a score of 11 in the Round to take her total to 83

10:08 (IST)11 APR 2018

The Round 4 action has begun in the Double Trap Women's Finals.

09:43 (IST)11 APR 2018

The top 3 standings currently:
1. Emma Cox (AUS) - 78
2. Shreyasi Singh (IND) - 71
3. Varsha Varman (IND) - 67

09:16 (IST)11 APR 2018

Emma Cox (AUS) has shot 27 in the round 3 and leads with a score of 78

09:04 (IST)11 APR 2018

Scotland's Linda Pearson has shot 18 and has a total score of 67 so far.

09:04 (IST)11 APR 2018

Varsha Varman shoots a score of 21 in the round 3 so far to take her tally to 67

08:57 (IST)11 APR 2018

Australian Emma Cox has shot a total 20 shots in Round 3 and is close on the heels of Shreyasi Singh with a tied total of 71

08:53 (IST)11 APR 2018

Aussie Gaye Shale shoots 25 and takes her score to a total 66

08:53 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh has shot 22 in this round and has a total of 71 so far

08:53 (IST)11 APR 2018

Varsha Varman is up next and she has shot 13 so far. Total - 59 now

08:45 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh scores 22 to take her total shots to 71 in Round 3

08:40 (IST)11 APR 2018

Aussie Shale Gaye has shot 18 taking the tally to 59

08:37 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh has shot a score of 9 so far taking her tally to 58

08:36 (IST)11 APR 2018

The shooting has started in the Round 3

08:18 (IST)11 APR 2018

The Round 3 will begin shortly.

07:24 (IST)11 APR 2018

At the end of Round 2, India's Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman are on the 3rd and 4th position respectively.

07:20 (IST)11 APR 2018

Scotland's Linda Pearson has scored 25 in Round 2 to take her tally to 49.

07:19 (IST)11 APR 2018

Varsha Varman has scored 25 to take her total to 46 in the Round 2

07:16 (IST)11 APR 2018

Aussie Emma Cox shoots a strong 28 to make her total 51 and has taken the lead for now.

07:11 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh has scored 23 to reach a score of 47 in the Round 2

07:11 (IST)11 APR 2018

Varsha Varman has scored 17 so far and taken her tally to 38

07:06 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh shoots eight to take her tally to 32

07:04 (IST)11 APR 2018

Round 2 has begun in the Women's Double Trap Finals

06:37 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh (IND) leads the standings with a score of 24. Varsha Varman is in the sixth spot with 21. End of Round 1

06:24 (IST)11 APR 2018

Varsha Varman (IND) has notched up a total score of 21 till now.

06:23 (IST)11 APR 2018

Linda Pearson (SCO) has now reached a score of 24

06:21 (IST)11 APR 2018

Shreyasi Singh has now shot two more and reached a total of 24 in Round 1

06:20 (IST)11 APR 2018

Cyprus's Georgia Konstantinidou has reached a score of 20 in Round 1

06:19 (IST)11 APR 2018

Aussie Emma Cox has shot a score of 18 so far in the Round 1 

06:17 (IST)11 APR 2018

England's Rachel Parish has shot a score of 22 so far in the Round 1.

06:15 (IST)11 APR 2018

Scotland's Linda Pearson comes next and has scored 11 in Round 1.

06:13 (IST)11 APR 2018

India's Varsha Varman shoots next and scores a score of 5 so far.

06:11 (IST)11 APR 2018

Australia's Gaye Shale shoots a score of 18 in her Round 1 attempt.

06:10 (IST)11 APR 2018

India's Shreyasi Singh shoots 18 in her first round attempt to take the lead.

02:01 (IST)11 APR 2018

Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's live coverage of Shooting Women's Double Trap Finals. Stay tuned for updates!

02:01 (IST)11 APR 2018

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 Shooting Women's Double Trap Finals. India will see Shreyasi Singh, Varsha Varman fighting it out against 8 other shooters for winning the gold medal.
 
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.
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