Shooting: Britain's Hannah Pugsley wins second silver

Hannah Pugsley (left)
Hannah Pugsley (left) wins her second silver at European Championships

Britain's Hannah Pugsley won her second silver medal at the European Shooting Championships in Slovenia.

The 23-year-old set a British record 577 in the 300m three-position rifle, but missed out on gold once again to Germany's Lisa Muller.

Muller beat Pugsley in a tie-break in the 300m prone rifle on Monday.

Pugsley said: "I came off the firing point and honestly didn't think I'd done enough, but my name kept creeping up the leaderboard."

She shot a 196/200 in kneeling, 200/200 in prone and 181/200 in standing in Maribor, but admitted she was upset with a "below-par" display in the standing.

"I think I could have done more," added Pugsley. "But on reflection it looks as though everybody had a difficult time in standing.

"It may have been the weather conditions that caused that because the wind can come from the side, the back and the front on this range."

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