Top Filipino shooter Brian Rosario fell further behind after the second round of the men’s skeet shooting competition on Monday.
After posting a score of 22 of 25 in the first round, Rosario stumbled with just 19 in the second round for an aggregate of 41, landing him in 33rd to 35th places.
The competition, which is composed of 36 shooters, is divided into five rounds of 25 shots each. After the first two rounds, defending champion and world record holder Vincent Hancock of the United States remains on top of the heap, missing just one shot.
Only the top six shooters will advance to the final round.
Rosario, who was granted a wildcard sport to the competition by the International Shooting Sport Federation last May, will complete the third round later in the day, before embarking on the fourth and fifth rounds on Tuesday.
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