Chandela had earlier smashed her own Commonwealth Games qualifying record from four years back by scoring 423.2. Chandela's sequence of scores over four series in the qualifying read a very impressive 105.7 105.2 106.1 106.2.
While Ghosh was fifth in the qualifying with 413.7 following scores of 104.3 103.7 102.2 and 103.5 over four series.
However, Ghosh, a bronze medallist in her maiden ISSF World Cup outing in Mexico last month, produced a better performance to topple her more experienced compatriot. Trained by Olympian Joydeep Karmakar, Ghosh showed her fighting abilities all through but fell short by just .4 in the end. -- PTI
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