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Rio Olympics 2016, archery India: Deepika Kumari, Bombayla Devi, Laxmirani Majhi, women's team lose in quarterfinals

Russia beat India 5-4.
Updated: 08 August 2016 00:29 IST - Published: 07 August 2016 16:56 IST
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Russia will now face Italy in the semi-finals.

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It was deja vu for the Indian team as they lost to Russia in a shootoff - just like they did in the World Championship final last year.

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INDIA are eliminated! Russia win the shootoff 25-23.

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Russia can only manage a 6, with Laxmirani Majhi hitting a 8. Russia lead by 1.

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Russia start with a 10. Bombayla Devi can only hit a 7. Russia lead 10-7.

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Russia to go first in the shootoff!

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Shootoff: If scores are level after four sets, each player from both the teams shoots an arrow each and the team with the higher score wins. If the scores are still tied, then whose arrow lands closest to the bulls-eye wins the match. If the first arrows are at the same distance, then the second ones are compared and then the third.

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We have ourselves a shootoff!

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Deepika Kumari hits a 9, India lose the fourth set 53-55 (India have a starred arrow).

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Russia finish the fourth set with 55 points.

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Deepika Kumari hits a 9, but India trail 24-28 at the end of three arrows each.

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Bombayla Devi hits a 8, with Laxmirani Majhi with a 7.

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Russia with 28 points after the first three arrows in the fourth set.

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India win the third set 53-50, they lead 4-2. Just need one point from the final set for a place in the semi-finals.

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Deepika Kumari does better! She shoots a 10.

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Laxmirani Majhi follows that effort with a 9. Deepika needs to hit a 8.

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Bombayla Devi starts with a 10!

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Russia end with 50. India need 27 to win.

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India trail 24-27 at the end of three arrows in the third set.

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Laxmirani Majhi has hit a 6 after Bombayla Devi's 9.

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Russia with 27 points after three arrows in the third set.

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Confirmation that India have won the second set 53-52. The scores are level 2-2.

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India have tentatively won the second set 53-52. The line judge is checking a starred arrow.

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Deepika Kumari follows the 10s up with a 9. India finish on 53.