After the women’s compound archery team won silver earlier today, the men’s team also clinched silver as they lost the final to the Republic of Korea in a nail-biter of a finish. The final went to the shoot-off and even that ended in a tie but South Korea had more bulls-eye to take the gold.
The women’s compound archery team suffered a narrow loss in the final against South Korea by a margin of 228-231 and had to settle with a silver in the ongoing Asian Games in Jakarta. Now, the men’s team also endured a similar fate as they were beaten in a nail-biter of a finish against the Korean team itself.
The Indian team which comprised Rajat Chauhan, Aman
India did well in the fourth set to end it with a lead of two points at 229-227. But after some confusion, the scores were revised and the Koreans then tied at 229-229. So a shootout was required to find out the winner and it is all down to Rajat after Korea shot a 10 and a 9. After that, Rajat did well to put India level at 19-19. Korea then scored another 10 as the Arjuna awardee Rajat took a 10 after that. At the end of the tiebreaker, the scores were even at 29-29. O However, the Koreans bagged the gold courtesy having more arrows in the
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