Jyothi gets the silver medal after the composite team events

Jyothi gets the silver medal after the composite team events

In 24 hours, V Jyothi Surekha took her third silver in the women’s boating event at the 100-acre NFAA Easton Yankton Archery in Yankton, South Dakota, USA on Saturday.

In the singles, which followed the women’s composite and mixed events team on Friday, the gold medalist lost to Colombian Sarah Lopez by just two points 146-144 in the gold medal round. This was also Jyothi’s third encounter with Sara in the World Finals here.

Jyothi played a prominent role in both finals with the team also finishing second against Colombia.

This is her sixth World Cup medal as well as her bronze in the teams and individual categories she won in 2019 with the World Championships at S-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands and the silver on the women’s team at the 2017 edition in Mexico City.

Meanwhile, the 26-year-old Colombian who beat the Indian has added the elusive world title. It was also the first gold in the mixed event and the third gold in the women’s event for the Colombian teams in which Sarah played a pivotal role.

“I’m happy that I made it to the finals in all three areas, but a little disappointed because I couldn’t do my best in the singles,” Jyoti said after her event. “I am happy to improve my medal here from bronze to silver.”

Since this world championship is held in the United States, you may prefer archers like Sarah and Columbia, but the Indians were strong to the end, and felt 13th in the world from India.

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“I only focused on my work and photography. Jyothi, who is from Vijayawada and… said

In the quarter-final against 19th-seeded Croatian Amanda Mlinaric, Jyothi scored a goal when she scored 150.

Meanwhile, seventh seed Abhishek Verma lost in the men’s composite singles round to second seed Dutchman Mike Schlosser 148-147 in the bronze medal round.

In the return of the event, an Olympic event, Ankita Bhakat is the only Indian entrant remaining in the fight and will face host Casey Kovold in the quarter-finals. Indo-Korean fourth seed Kang Chae-young stunned 6-4 in Friday’s semi-finals.

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