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Tuesday, 6 August, 2002, 14:32 GMT 15:32 UK


Six of the best for Rana
India's Jaspal Rana takes his fourth shooting gold - and sixth medal overall - while Kim Frazer also grabs glory.

Calvert wins second gold
Northern Ireland marksman David Calvert claims another title at the Commonwealth Games.

Bhagwat adds to gold tally
India's Anjali Bhagwat wins her fourth gold of the Games in the women's 50m rifle event - plus a round-up of other shooting action.

Gault seals golden hat-trick
England's Michael Gault becomes the most successful shooter in Commonwealth Games history.

Teenager takes trap title
England's 15-year-old shooter Charlotte Kerwood wins gold in the women's double trap.

Bhagwat leads Indian one-two
Anjali Bhagwat wins India's ninth shooting gold in the women's 10m air rifle.

Khan on target for Bangladesh
Asif Hossain Khan, 15, claims a shooting gold for Bangladesh - while England's Mick Gault wins a dramatic pistol event.

Wales win first gold
Ceri Dallimore and Johanne Brekke claim gold in the women's 50m rifle prone pairs.

India make it eight
India win their eighth shooting gold of the Games in the 25m centre pistol pairs, plus a full round-up of Tuesday's action.

India's gold run continues
India grab their seventh shooting gold as Jaspal Rana and Samresh Jung capture the 25m standard pistol pairs title.

Gold for NI marksmen
Northern Ireland marksmen David Calvert and Martin Millar successfully defend their full bore rifle title.

India's golden treble
India take three more gold medals and a Games record in the shooting, while England chalk up another victory.

Pistol pair retain title
England's Michael Gault and Nicholas Baxter win their second successive Commonwealth shooting gold.

Wales land first medal
James Birkett-Evans battles back from illness to help Wales claim shooting bronze at Bisley.

Indians bag Games record
Abhinav Bindra and Sameer Ambekar set a new Commonwealth Games best as they win gold in the shooting.

Blair visit makes Kenyans' day
Kenya's shooting team bumps into British Prime Minister Tony Blair during a Manchester shopping spree.

Adams shrugs off drugs row
Australian shooter Phillip Adams admits taking a banned drug for two years without detection.

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