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Naresh Kumar Sharma in in last position in the qualification round with a score of 583.0.
Naresh Kumar Sharma has moved on a total score of 527 and is in 21st position still. He will not be qualifying for the final.
Naresh Kumar Sharma's total score is 493.1 at the moment and is in 21st position.
Naresh Kumar Sharma has scored a total of 443.0 till now.
The fourth round has been better for Naresh Kumar Sharma and he has scored 103.3.
Naresh Kumar Sharma is about to come towards the end of his qualification round.
Naresh Kumar Sharma is into his fourth series right now and has a total of 323.2. He looks to be on his way out of the event.
PARK Jin Ho bounces back and reaches a total of 363.8
NO!!!!! Wait, he has been overtaken by Laslo Suranji from Serbia. The Serbian has a total of 353.4.
South Korea's Park Jin Ho is on fire and is occupying first place.
Naresh Kumar Sharma is in 21st position.
He starts off the third round brilliantly with 10.2, 10.3 and 9.6. His total is 30.1 for the third and 223.8 in total.
A poor finish from Naresh Kumar Sharma in the second series with a score of 95.6 and he moves on to a total of 193.7.
The Indian shooter is taking his shots quite swiftly in the second round but we are nearing to the end of the third series and he has scored only 86 so far.
Naresh Kumar Sharma moves on to 56.5 in the second series and he is in second last position.
The second round has not begun too well for the Indian as he has scored 38.5 from four shots. Naresh Kumar Sharma is in 21st position at the moment.
A poor start from Naresh Sharma as he has scored 98.1 in the first series of 10 shots.
Pole position is occupied by Park Jin Ho from South Korea and he has a total score of 166.8.
The poor run continues and he is not able to capitalise in the next couple of shots. His total score is 98.1 and he is 21st position.
Naresh Sharma follows that up with a poor shot as he scores only 9 in his next. His total score is 69.2 and he is in 20th position.
Much better from Naresh as he scores a 10.4 to take his total score to 60.2 in the first series. He has moved up to 17th position.
Naresh Kumar Sharma is in 19th position.
A 10.1 in the next shot from Naresh Kumar Sharma and his total score is 49.8.
Another 9.9 to follow that for Naresh Kumar Sharma and he is on to 39.7 from four shots. This is not a good start from the Indian. He is lurking in 19th position.
A 9.8 in the third round for Naresh Kumar Sharma and he moves on to 29.8 from three shots. Stays put in 19th.
He gets overtaken by Ho Jin Park who has a total score of 52.8 in the first series.
Fran Pinter from Slovenia is in first position.
A fantastic 10.7 in his next shot and Naresh kumar Sharma moves on to 20 from two shots. He is in 19th position now.
Naresh Kumar Sharma starts off with a 9.3 and he is in the 20th position.
Naresh Kumar Sharma is yet to take his first shot.
We are underway!!!!
We are almost underway here and the guns are about to be loaded. EXCITING TIMES!!!
We are around ten minutes away from the start of the event and India will be hoping that Sharma delivers.
Naresh Kumar has competed at four Paralympic Games from 1996-2012, missing only the 2004 Games in Athens. This will be his 5th Games.
The top eight shooters will advance from the qualification stages through to the finals.
The opening day of competition will see a total of 42 shooters in action across two events at the Olympic Shooting Centre in Deodoro.
Hello friends and welcome to Sportskeeda’s live coverage of the 2016 Rio Paralympics and today we have for you the Men’s 10m Air Rifle Standing-SH1 event. This event will see the participation of a total of 22 athletes and one of them is India’s Naresh Kumar Sharma. He is a seasoned shooter and will be looking to put in a strong performance to kick start India’s 2016 Paralympics campaign.
The 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro are getting more limelight as compared to other editions due to the presence of media and people having more interest in the country’s sporting progress. There are 19 Indian athletes in the Paralympic contingent and they will be hoping to draw as much support from the country as possible.