Daniel Repacholi of Australia took the gold with a new Commonwealth Games record of 227.2. Shreyasi shot 96 in the finals and beat Australia's Emma Cox 2 shots to 1 in the shoot-off at Belmont Shooting Centre.
The 26-year-old Shreyasi, thus, improved on her Silver medal-winning effort at the Glasgow Games four years ago.
India's medal rush in shooting continued on Day 7 of the Commonwealth after Ankur Mittal won Bronze in Men's Double Trap. Its medal tally now stands at 12 gold, four silver and seven bronze. Mittal, despite leading for the most part in the final of Men's Double Trap, had to be content with bronze.
23-year-old Mitharval, participating in his first Commonwealth Games, had also finished first in the qualification round of the 10m air pistol event after shooting 584 points to equal the Commonwealth Games record, which was previously held exclusively by India's Samaresh Jung. The following day, veteran shooter Jitu Rai won Gold in the 10m Air Pistol event and in the same event, Om Mitharwal also bagged bronze. Overall Indian shooters have put up a fine display in the Commonwealth Games 2018. She had previously won the silver in the 10m air pistol event. As the year drew to a close, Mittal won gold the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in Brisbane. Qualified in the Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow and later reached the final and joined the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Heena had finished third with 579 in the standings before rapidly moving up to claim the top spot. With Ankur clinching a Bronze, India's tally now stands at 24 (12, 4, 8).