Shagun finished a lowly 20th out of 22 competitors at the Royal Artillery Barracks.The 29-year-old from Jaipur started off reasonably well by shooting 23 out of 25, but a 17 in the second series saw her slip down. A 21 in the third round gave her a total of 61, which was never going to be enough.
Jessica Rossi of Italy topped the qualification round on her way to a world record score of 75. She shot 25 in all the series.Slovakia’s Zuzana Stefechekova came second with 73 while Suzanne Balogh of Australia had to be content with a third-place finish after firing 72 in the qualifiers.
Shagun was the first woman shooter from India to qualify for the trap event of the Olympic Games.
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