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Elizabeth Koshy finishes 18th in 50m rifle 3 positions women
The Hindu

Elizabeth Koshy finishes 18th in 50m rifle 3 positions women

It was a disappointing day for India at the ISSF World Cup as Elizabeth Susan Koshy finished a lowly 18th in the 50m rifle 3 positions women on fourth day of the competition here. Koshy, who was the lone Indian representative of the day, finished ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Sri Chirag, Elizabeth to represent India

Palakkad: Shooting is slowly gaining popularity in Kerala. As a testimony to the newfound interest in the sports, two shooters from the state have qualified for international meets while two others have qualified for national championships. Sri ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago

Elizabeth makes name on different track

Kerala's contribution to Indian athletics is immense. There are several Olympians, Asian Games medal winners and even a World Championship bronze medallist. Names can just flow at the drop of a hat. When it comes to the field of shooting though, the list is ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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SAG: Indian shooters reign supreme with clean sweep

IMAGE: Gold medal winner Anjum Modgil (centre), with E Koshy (right) and Lajja Goswami pose after the final of 50M Womens Individual Rifle event at the 12th South Asian Games 2015 in Guwahati on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Indian shooters ruled the roost for the fourth successive day as they made a clean sweep of all the six gold medals on offer in the 12th South Asian Games, in Guwahati, on Saturday. Omkar Singh (men's 10m air pistol), Rahi Sarnobat (women's 25m pistol) and Anjum Moudgil ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Sanjeev Rajput exclusion from Rio Olympic shooting team unfair

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) named the Indian Shooting Team for the Rio Olympic Games on Saturday after a long drawn and complicated process. All the Olympic qualifying spot winners have been picked as expected, barring one. And it ...
 IBNLive1 month ago NRAI to base selection on form, Sanjeev may miss Rio berth  Times of India1 month ago
The Hindu

SAG: Anjum proves her mettle

It was a close race all the way. And finally, luck stayed with 21-year-old Anjum Moudgil as she warded off the challenge of teammate Elizabeth Susan Koshy by the narrowest of margins in the womens 50m rifle 3-positions at the SAA complex, Kahilipara, on ...
 The Hindu2 months ago

Anjum holds on to clinch gold

Anjum Moudgil suffered the familiar woe of yip before surviving by the skin of her teeth to claim gold as Indian shooters continued to rule the Kahilipara range at the 12th South Asian Games here on Saturday. Having lost out on gold a few times in her young ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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PHOTOS: India's gold-glut continues at South Asian Games

IMAGE: Indian women's squash team members Joshana Chinappa, Dipika Karthik, Sumyana Kuruvilla hold national flag after winning gold medal by defeating Pakistan in Womens squash team event at the 12th South Asian Games in Guwahati. Photograph: PTI India's dominance went uncontested for the fifth successive day at the 12th South Asian Games, as its shooters, wushu players and track-and-field athletes annihilated competition to sweep most of the gold medals up for grabs, in Guwahati, on ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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