New Delhi: Indian archers slipped on Day II of the 42nd world archery outdoor target championships at New York on Wednesday with the menís team falling back five places and the women dropping by one position.
The Indian men shot over distances of 90m, 70m, 50m and 30m and gathered 3899 points to be placed 13th. Korea retained the top slot.
Satyadev Prasad scored 1317 to be placed 21st, followed by Ved Kumar Acharya on 49th spot. Tarundeep Rai was in the 61st position and Limba Ram was 115th.
In womenís section, India slipped from fourth to fifth. Reena Kumari was in the 14th with 1318 while Dola Banerjee, Chekrovolu Swuro and Bhagyabati Chanu gathered 1311, 1309 and 1280 points, respectively. (PTI)