Manu Bhaker partnered with Turkey’s Ozgur Varlik to win 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Mixed Team gold. In all, India finished the competition with five medals.
In the women's 10m air pistol event, Youth Olympic gold medallist Manu Bhaker finished third.
India's Manu Bhaker and Javad Foroughi of Iran were placed third in the qualification with a combined score of 582/600 to qualify for the first semi-final.
Besides Saurabh Chaudhary and Manu Bhaker, the other members of the Indian contingent include Abhishek Verma, Yashaswini Deswal, Rahi Sarnobat, Chinki Yadav and Anjum Moudgil.
India won three yellow metals on the final day of the competition in Lima, Peru to cap off with 13 gold, 11 silver and six bronze. Manu Bhaker alone won four gold.
Esha Singh grabbed silver behind Bhaker while Rudrankksh Patil claimed the silver medal in the men’s 10m air rifle competition.
On Friday, Sidhu won the individual silver medal in the 25 rapid fire pistol event ahead of Anish Bhanwala and Gurpreet.
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India were originally supposed to play Hungary in the final on Thursday but the visiting team pulled out of the event following a team dispute
The other Indian shooters in the final, Anish Bhanwala and Gurpreet Singh occupied the fifth and sixth places, while Poland's Oskar Miliwek bagged the bronze with 20.
The shooter from Bhopal, who began her tryst with the sport when she was 12, secured an Olympic quota at the 14th Asian Championships in Doha in 2019.
Ganemat and Angad, who had topped the qualification with a score of 141, produced another good show beating the Kazakh pair of Olga Panarina and Alexandr Yechshenko
The 20-year-old from Chandigarh created history when she bagged a bronze on the third competition day of the tournament here on Sunday.
However, in the men's skeet final, Gurjoat Khangura finished sixth with a score of 17. Khangura also qualified in sixth place for the final.
The Indian trio shot a total of 14 in the gold medal round to finish behind the winning team of Lucas Kozeniesky, William Shaner and Timothy Sherry of the United States.
In all, four shooters have already been afflicted by the dreaded virus since the teams started arriving for the tournament, which started on Friday at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range.
The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) chief also hoped that country can add to the number of the quota holders in the upcoming tournament.
Manu Bhaker finished 10th, while Rahi Sarnobat ended at the bottom of the heap in the women's 25m air pistol qualification round at the Shooting World Cup Finals on Wednesday.
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