Shooting: Ser finishes 5th in women's 50m three-positions in Bangkok leg of World Cup

Singapore shooter Jasmine Ser finished fifth in the eight-shooter elimination format final in the women's 50m three-positions at the World Cup in Bangkok on March 6, 2016.
Singapore shooter Jasmine Ser finished fifth in the eight-shooter elimination format final in the women's 50m three-positions at the World Cup in Bangkok on March 6, 2016.PHOTO: SPORT SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE - National shooter Jasmine Ser missed out on winning her second medal at the World Cup in Bangkok on Sunday afternoon.

The 25-year-old finished fifth in the eight-shooter elimination format final in the women's 50m three-positions.

She totalled 422.7 in the final, which was won by German shooter Jolyn Beer (455.9), ahead of Snjezana Pejcic of Croatia (454.5) and Zhang Binbin of China (444.0).

Ser had earlier won her first World Cup medal on Thursday in the women's 10m air rifle.

The Bangkok leg is the first of four stops in the World Cup series. The next stop is in Rio de Janeiro next month.