Rifle shooters Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Aman Saini while Pragati's mixed compound archery team brought home gold for India on Sunday at the FISU World University Games 2023 in Chengdu, People's Republic of China. Aishwary had a commanding performance, continuously shooting scores in the higher 10s for  252.6 to win the gold, whereas Divyansh had to settle for a silver.

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While Compound archers also added to India's success, contributing two golds and a bronze medal to their total. China's Buhan finished in last place with a score of 229.0. On Sunday, India took home a total of seven medals. Indian archers won a gold, a silver, and two bronze medals, bringing their total number of medals won to 11, while Indian shooters earned a gold, silver, and a bronze medal each.

The ISSF, the body that oversees Olympic shooting competitions, does not include the shooting results from the FISU World University Games, thus it is not considered a new world record, according to Xinhua. "I am very happy and proud of winning the gold medal in the World University Games. My efforts paid off," Aishwary Tomar remarked after his win.

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With a combined score of 1729 points, the men's 25 m air pistol rapid-fire team of Vijayveer Sidhu, Udhayveer Sidhu, and Adarsh Singh won silver, finishing seven points behind victor China (1,736). With 1,727 points, the Republic of Korea earned third place. Indian archers Aman Saini and Pragati defeated Korea in the compound mixed team competition's championship match by just one point to take home the gold medal. India equalled Korea's 2015 meet record by scoring 157 points out of a possible 160 and surpassing it.