GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- India won its fourth shooting gold medal of the Commonwealth Games when Jitu Rai won the 50-meter pistol event Monday.
Rai, ranked fourth in the world and competing in his first Commonwealth Games, broke the games record in the event. He finished ahead of countryman Gurpal Singh, with Daniel Repacholi of Australia earning the bronze.
India leads all countries in shooting at the games with four golds, seven silver and a bronze medal.
Later Monday, world champion Nicol David of Malaysia will play Laura Massaro of England in the women's squash final.
The men's and women's 100-meter races will be held in athletics, and Olympic champion Chad le Clos of South Africa will try to add the 100-meter butterfly to the 200 butterfly gold he won earlier in the pool.