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Fantastic performance today, says Shirur

DNMUM421956 | 9/8/2018 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :284

Mumbai: Suma Shirur, the high performance coach of the rifle team (juniors) told DNA from Changwon that she was particularly elated at the junior team world records.
“That’s fantastic by our shooters today (Friday),” she said before leaving the range. “I’m especially happy when the team makes world record. It speaks volumes about our preparation and speaks for the whole team.
“What makes it even more special is that currently, the Indian junior men and women hold the team world records. This makes my appointment as high performance coach (early this year) truly meaningful,” she said with a chuckle.
“Elavenil’s 631 in the qualification was fantastic. Shreya’s 628.5 was her personal best. But the final is a different ballgame. I
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