CWG 2018 : Heena Sidhu wins gold in the Women’s 25m pistol event
First Published: 10th April, 2018 14:09 IST
India has bagged its 11th Gold at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. Ace Indian shooter Heena Sidhu has won Gold in the Women’s 25 metre pistol event. After
India has bagged its 11th Gold at the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast. Ace Indian shooter Heena Sidhu has won Gold in the Women’s 25 metre pistol event.
After already having won a silver medal in the Women’s 10 metre Air-Pistol where she came second to 16-year-old Manu Bhaker, this is the Ludhiana girl’s second medal at the ongoing games in Gold Coast.
— Northeast Live (@NELiveTV) April 10, 2018
On Day 6, Heena Sidhu ended the wait for gold medal in the Commonwealth Games. India remains at 3rd spot with 11 Gold, 4 Silver and 6 Bronze medals.
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