Nasrin Shahi Clinches Gold for Iran in Women's 10m Air Pistol SH1 at 2023 WSPS World Cup

(MENAFN) Iranian para shooter Nasrin Shahi demonstrated exceptional skill and precision as she secured a remarkable gold medal in the P2 - Women's 10m Air Pistol SH1 event at the 2023 World Shooting Para Sport (WSPS) World Cup. With a total of 239.6 points, Shahi confidently claimed the top spot on the podium, showcasing her outstanding marksmanship and determination.

The competition, held in Changwon, South Korea, brings together a total of 226 shooters from 41 nations, each vying for top honors and coveted qualification spots for the upcoming Paris 2024 Paralympic Games. Shahi's impressive performance not only earned her a gold medal but also served as a significant milestone in her journey as a para athlete.

Following closely behind Shahi was Gaelle Edon, a talented shooter from France, who secured the silver medal with an impressive score of 237.1 points. The bronze medal was awarded to Rubina Francis, representing India, who displayed exceptional shooting skills throughout the competition. It is worth noting that Faezeh Ahmadi, another Iranian para shooter, showcased her talent and determination, finishing fourth in the highly competitive event.

The victory by Nasrin Shahi not only highlights her individual achievements but also brings immense pride to Iran's shooting para sport community. As an important qualifying event for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, the WSPS World Cup serves as a crucial opportunity for athletes to secure quota places and gain valuable experience in international competitions. Shahi's outstanding performance has undoubtedly placed her in a favorable position as she continues her journey towards representing Iran at the highest level of para shooting.

With her gold medal win, Nasrin Shahi has proven her mettle as a skilled and resilient para athlete. Her dedication, perseverance, and remarkable shooting abilities have propelled her to the pinnacle of the sport, making her a source of inspiration for aspiring athletes in Iran and beyond. As the competition progresses and more para shooters showcase their talent, the world eagerly awaits further thrilling performances and remarkable achievements at the 2023 WSPS World Cup.



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