Munich: Young Manu Bhaker secured India its seventh Olympic quota in shooting with a fourth-place finish in the women’s 10m air pistol event of the ISSF World Cup here on Wednesday, putting behind the disappointment of pistol malfunction in her earlier event. While a score of 201.0 in the final got India a quota for the 2020 Tokyo Games, the 17-year-old Bhaker missed out on a medal by the narrowest of margins, trailing reigning Olympic and world champion Anna Korakaki of Greece by a mere 0.1 point at that stage. Also Read – We don’t ask for kind of tracks we get: Bowling coach ArunWinner of multiple medals at top global events, Bhaker finished third in qualification with a total of 582 points (28 x inner 10s), shooting a solid 98 in her last two rounds. On Monday, Bhaker suffered a heartbreak as she missed out on the podium after a weapon malfunction saw her slip to fifth spot after leading the field. Yashaswini Singh Deswal, a junior World Cup winner, was also on course to make the final before a poor series of 92 in the final set saw her slip to 22nd with a total of 574 (17 x inner 10s). Heena Sidhu, the third Indian in the fray, was placed 45th with a total of 570 (13 x inner 10s). Korakaki and the bronze winning Korean Kim Minjung were not eligible from the start, having exhausted either their individual or country quotas in earlier competitions. Also Read – Bastian Schweinsteiger announces retirement, could join Germany set-upBhaker shared the two available quotas with the silver winning Chinese athlete Qian Wei. The gold winning score was 241.4, silver was decided at 239.6 while bronze was won at 220.8. India have now picked up two Olympic quotas from the ongoing World Cup as well as three gold medals to lead the medal tally with one more day to go. Sunidhi Chauhan gave a good account of herself in the women’s 50m rifle 3 positions event, losing out on a maiden ISSF World Cup finals berth on account of lesser inner 10s. Needing to be among the top eight to qualify for the final, Sunidhi shot a creditable 1175 to tie on points with the 6th, 7th and 8th placed shooters, but Italian former world champion Petra Zublasing edged her out for the last spot with 57-inner 10 counts to Sunidhi’s 51.
By The Nelson Daily SportsBeing the top seed or early favourite guarantees nothing in sport.Mount Sentinel grad Kendra Wayling and her UBC Okanagan Heat teammates found out the hard way as the B.C. Champs finished out of the medals at the Canadian College Athletic Association Women’s Volleyball Championships in the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre of the UNB Saint John Campus.The Heat, ranked first in the eight-team tournament after winning the B.C. College Athletic Association title earlier this season, fell 3-1 to FX Garneau Élans of Quebec City in the bronze medal game Saturday to place fourth at the eight-team college women’s championships.The Élans won the best-of-five match 25-21, 25-18, 19-25, 25-22.Mount Royal Cougars of Calgary won the gold medal by narrowly defeating Vancouver Island Mariners of Nanaimo 3-2.The Mariners gained some revenge against the Heat Friday, knocking UBC Okanagan off 3-2 to in semi final play. Vancouver Island won the final game 15-11.The loss dropped UBC Okanagan into the consolation side of the tournament. The Heat defeated Toronto’s Humber College 3-0 to advance into the bronze medal game.The 2011 CCAA Women’s Championship concludes the first season in Kelowna for the 21-year-old from Castlegar.Wayling came to the Central Okanagan University after taking a season away from school to rehab an injury knee suffered playing in Idaho for Coeur d’ Alene College.During the Grade 12 campaign, the 5’9” middle player led the Cats not only to the B.C. High School A Girl’s Volleyball title, but also the B.C. High School A Girl’s Basketball crown.Wayling won the two high school titles with sister Katie who attends Palm Beach State College, located 60 miles north of Miami in Lake Worth, [email protected]
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Organizer’s say this year’s event will focus on the youth; teaching the common signs that someone may be a victim. Members of the task force say they also want teenagers to take part in the discussion and education. “We need more education, we need to talk about this issue we need people to know in every organization, that’s why we are saying it takes a village,” said Battisti. The Task Force says the event is always filled with people ready to learn about the evolving crime happening around the world. The event will include a presentation from the FBI Child Exploitation Task Force and a speaker from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, along with a question and answer session. “They want to know how to help. They want to know what they can do if they happen to see signs or are suspicious of something. What can they be empowered to do to be a part of the solution,” said the executive director of the Life Choices Center, Michelle Brown. “If they come to an understanding to where the risks are and how the perpetrators are behaving, then they also can be a part of the protection. They are right in the midst of it and they can be leaders within their own peer group,” said Brown. “It Takes a Village” will be at Calvary’s Love church in Johnson City on Friday January 24 from 6 P.M. until 9 P.M. The Southern Tier Human Trafficking Task Force is hosting an event Friday called “It Takes a Village,” with the goal of educating parents, adults, and teenagers about how to protect their community from predators. BINGHAMTON (WBNG) – Local leaders are planning an event to spread awareness of human trafficking and ways the community can help stop it. “It’s not just something that’s happening cross country. It’s here in Broome County, it’s everywhere,” said Southern Tier Human Trafficking Task Force co-chair, Christine Battisti. “In 2019, we have 21 confirmed victims of trafficking which are under the age of 18 here in Broome County, which the federal definition is anytime a youth engages in a commercial sex act and there is something of value exchanged for that act.” Organizers say due to the nature of the topic, they ask participants to be ages 13 years or older.