Commonwealth Games 2018: Heena Sidhu creates CWG record, wins gold in 25m pistol

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XtraTime Web Desk: Another fascinating day in Indian sports, as India bags another Gold medal in the ongoing Commonwealth Games, this time by breaking a world record in shooting.

Heena Sidhu ended the wait for the gold medal on the sixth day of the Commonwealth Games 2018 as she won the gold in women’s 25m air pistol event in Gold Coast on Tuesday. This was India’s first medal, a gold of the day and 20th medal overall.

Heena, who had already won a silver medal in the women’s 10m air pistol event on Sunday, clinched her second medal, improving from her silver. He broke the Commonwealth Games record of 38 points. Elena Galiabovitch of Australia finished second with 35 points and took the silver. The bronze medal went to Malaysia’s Alia Sazana Azahari who managed to shoot 26 points.

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