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All Manipur Shooting Competition 2022: Greenland Wangjam shine with 2 Gold medals

Stacy Leitanthem of Blossom School Indoor Shooting Centre claimed gold medal in 10 meter Rifle (NR) Championship Women Individual with 390 points

ByIFP Sports Correspondent

Updated 21 Jul 2022, 6:29 pm

Stacy Leitanthem of Blossom School
Stacy Leitanthem of Blossom School

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Greenland Wangjam shot her way to two gold medals in the 31st All Manipur Shooting Competition, 2022 held at Shooting Range, Khuman Lampak.

Greenland Wangjam of Blossom School Indoor Shooting Centre won the gold medal in the 10 meter Pistol (NR) Championship Junior Women Individual with 332 points while Sylvia Loukrakpam of National Sports University took the silver medal with 285 points.

Greenland bagged her second gold medal of the day from 10 meter Pistol (NR) Championship Youth Women Individual with 332 points.

Stacy Leitanthem of Blossom School Indoor Shooting Centre claimed the gold medal in 10 meter Rifle (NR) Championship Women Individual with 390 points while compatriot Jyotika Laishram took the silver medal with 388 point and Ksh Nisha Chanu of Imphal East District Rifle Association bagged the bronze medal with 361 points.

Ksh Nisha Chanu of IEDRA came good in 50 meter (NR) Championship Women Individual with a shot of 542 points for the gold medal.

As for the 10 meter Pistol (NR) Championship Women Individual, I Reema Devi claimed the gold medal with 374 points while Yaiphabi Talem took the silver with 369 points and T Shilpa of IEDRA fetched the bronze medal with 343 points.

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First published:21 Jul 2022, 6:29 pm

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IFP Sports Correspondent

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Sports Bureau, Imphal, Manipur

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