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Gujarat archer Krutikaba reigns supreme in Junior Nationals

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Bhopal: The 16-year-old Gujarat girl Krutikaba Zala bagged two gold medals in the Indian Round of the 40th NTPC Junior Archery Championship at TT Nagar Stadium here Monday.

Krutikaba defeated Dipti Kumari Mahato 6-2 in a one-sided women's individual final.

Krutikaba went on to bag her second gold in the team event when she along with Preeti Yadav, Akanksha Vaghela and Urvishaba Zala got the better of their opponents from Jharkhand by an identical scoreline.

Having settled for two silver medals in the individual and team events, 17-year-old Dipti clinched a third medal when she along with Dinesh Murmu of Jharkhand bagged a bronze in the mixed pair event.

The men's final went down to the wire with Vikas More of Maharashtra edging out Delhi's Monu Kumar in a shoot-off after both were locked 5-all.

 Results: Indian Round: Men's, Individual: Vikas More (Maharashtra; 5 (X-10)), Monu Kumar (Delhi, 5 (10, 8), Vishal Kumar (SSCB, 6).

 Team: Jharkhand (5), Assam (3), Uttar Pradesh (6).

Women's: Zala Krutikaba (Gujarat, 6), Dipti Kumari (Jharkhand, 2), Jagruti Kunde (Maharashtra, 7).

Team: Gujarat (6), Jharkhand (2), Rajasthan (5).

Mixed team: Maharashtra (5), Uttar Pradesh (1), Jharkhand (5).

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