Bronze medalist Anjum Moudgil in the Changwon ISSF World Cup

Anjum Moudgil of India earned the bronze medal in the women's 50-meter rifle three positions competition on Sunday at the ISSF Shooting World Cup.

Anjum finished third after German Anna Janssen (407.7) and Italian Barbara Gambaro (403.4), who took home the gold and silver medals, respectively, with a final round score of 402.9.

In the men's 3P team competition, Sanjeev Rajput, Chain Singh, and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar won silver. In the gold medal game, the Indian trio played a formidable Czech Republic squad after placing second in the qualification round. Despite their valiant efforts, Petr Nymbursky, Filip Nepejchal, and Jiri Privratsky's team defeated the Indians 12-16.

Silver medalist Anjum from the global championships qualified for the finals on Saturday after placing sixth in the ranking round.

The 28-year-old shooter has now won two individual World Cup medals in a row. At the Baku World Cup held last month, she took home silver in the same competition.

After the second prone series, Anjum fell off the radar and dropped to the sixth spot, but she progressively rebounded in the final standing position. Anjum was 0.2 points ahead of Rebecca Koeck of Austria in fourth place when the fifth and sixth place shooters were eliminated following the fifteenth standing position shot.

Although Anjum gained a full point in the fourth and final five-shot standing position series, she was forced to settle for third place because an error early on left her 1.5 points behind Gambaro.

India maintained its position at the top of the medal standings with a total of 11 medals after winning one bronze and one silver each (four gold, five silver and two bronze).