London Olympics: S Korea claim 2 world records in men’s Archery, India finish last

Zeenews Sports Bureau

London: Im Dong-hyun broke his own individual record for 72 arrows as South Korea claimed the first two world records of London Olympics 2012 in the men`s Archery ranking round on Friday.

He broke the record with a score of 699 and joined team mates Kim Bubmin and Oh Jin-hyek to set a new team mark for 216 arrows.

Among the Indians, Tarundeep Rai scored 664 points from 72 shots to finish at a disappointing 31st position. Rahul Banerjee finished at 46th with 655 points, followed by Jayanta Talukdar (53rd) with 650 points. India finished last in a 12-team event.

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