Pakistani shooters further improve their Asian rankings
Pakistan's international shooters managed to better their rankings in the latest list released by the Asian Shooting Confederation for the month of February.
Pakistan’s premier shooters have managed to slightly improve their Asian rankings for the month of February.
According to the rankings released by Asian Shooting Confederation (ASF), Ghulam Mustafa Bashir retained his 7th position in 25-metre Rapid Fire pistol event while Khaleel Akhtar moved to 10th spot from 11th.
Gulfam Joseph improved one spot to move to 14th and Idrees Rasheed jumped 4 places to sit at 54th from 60th in 10-metre Air Pistol event. In 10-metre Air Rifle for men, Zeeshan-ul-Farid moved to 69th from 70th, while Abbas Hasan jumped to 102 from 108.
In skeet, Usman Chand moved to 22 from 23 while Usman Ahmad retained the 49th spot. In trap, Farrukh Nadeem moved to 28th spot from 29th, Usman Sadiq moved to 30th place from 31st, while Aamer Iqbal moved to 43 from 44.