Incheon: After scooping six medals, including a gold won by Jitu Rai, on the first four days of the Asian Games, Indian shooters drew a blank on the fifth day of the competitions at the Ongnyeon pistol and rifle range here on Wednesday. (Full coverage | Medal Tally)
India had chances of winning four medals from the 25m rapid fire pistol event for men and the 50m rifle prone for women but could not get even one on a disappointing day for the shooters.
Indian men's 25m rapid fire pistol team narrowly missed out on a bronze as they finished fourth after ending up with the same points as Vietnam with a tally of 1704. The bronze was decided on 'inner 10' count and Vietnam bagged the medal as they had 41 hits at the innermost ring as against 39 by the Indians.