Singapore shooter Jasmine Ser finished seventh in the 50m rifle three positions event at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Final in New Delhi on Saturday.
Germany's Jolyn Beer took the gold with a 459.9 total, followed by Snjezana Pejcic of Croatia on 457.5 and China's Zhang Yiwen. Ser's score of 402.5 meant she did not qualify for the elimination phase involving the top six.
The 27-year-old had taken her spot in the prestigious eight-woman competition after a silver in this event at the World Cup leg, also in New Delhi, in February and a bronze in the 10m air rifle at the World Cup leg in Gabala, Azerbaijan in June.
At the SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur in August, Ser won the 50m rifle three positions and added a silver in the 10m air rifle.
She was 24th in the 10m air rifle at the London Olympics in 2012. At Rio 2016, she was 25th in this event and 34th in the 50m rifle three positions.