Arjun Babuta of India earned his first gold medal in shooting at the Changwon, South Korea, International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup stage. Final saw him overcome silver medalist for Tokyo 2020 Lucas Kozeniesky of the USA 17-9. Arjun Babuta had previously outperformed Lucas Kozeniesky in the eight-men ranking round with a score of 261.1 to 260.4. Sergey Richter of Israel finished third with a score of 259.9, and Paarth Makhija of India came in fourth with a score of 258.1.
In the eight-man ranking round, Arjun Babuta has qualified in second place behind Sergey Richter. In the 53-person field, Paarth Makhija has qualified in fifth position. Shahu Tushar Mane, the third Indian shooter competing, came in 30th. Thomas Farnik, the nation’s new foreign rifle coach, won India’s first medal in this event.
About Arjun Babuta:
Sport shooter from India named Arjun Babuta. He competes in the 10 metre air rifle competitions and is from Chandigarh. Since 2016, Arjun has competed for the Indian Shooting Team. At the 2016 ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl, the 2016 ISSF Junior World Cup in Gabala, the 2017 ISSF Junior World Championship in Suhl, and the 2018 ISSF Junior World Cup, he competed for India (Sydney).