Indians shoot gold in World Cup Archery
The Indian trio of Rahul Banerjee, Mangal Singh Champia and Jayanta Talukdar clinched the men's team recurve gold medal with a 218-214 win over the US in the final of the World Cup archery (Stage II) in Antalya, Turkey.india Updated: Jun 11, 2010 01:11 IST
The Indian trio of Rahul Banerjee, Mangal Singh Champia and Jayanta Talukdar clinched the men's team recurve gold medal with a 218-214 win over the US in the final of the World Cup archery (Stage II) in Antalya, Turkey.
The Indian trio proved too good for the Americans — Brady Ellison, Richard Johnson and Vic Wunderle — and maintained the lead throughout the final to win the first gold medal of the series. At the Porec World Cup, India had settled for silver, bowing to Italy.
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