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Gagan Narang wins 22nd gold for India at Delhi CWG
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Ace Indian shooter Gagan Narang bagged gold in the Singles 50 m Rifle 3 Positions (Men) event at the Karni Singh Shooting Ranges here on the sixth day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games today to take Indias gold medal tally to 22.


New Delhi, Oct 9 : Ace Indian shooter Gagan Narang bagged gold in the Singles 50 m Rifle 3 Positions (Men) event at the Karni Singh Shooting Ranges here on the sixth day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games today to take India's gold medal tally to 22.

This is the fourth gold medal for Narang in the 2010 Games.

Shooters Harpreet Singh and Vijay Kumar had earlier today won gold in the men's 25-metre Centre Fire Pistol Pairs Event.

The Indian duo scored 1159 in the final to clinch gold.

ANI

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