Indian archer Bombalya Devi bowed out of the Rio Olympics after going down to Alejandra Valencia of Mexico 102-104 in the 1/8 eliminations round of the women’s individual category here on Thursday.

Bombalya lost to the Mexican 26-28, 23-26, 27-28, 23-25 at the Sambodromo arena.

With her loss, India’s campaign in women’s archery at the 31st Rio Olympics has come to an end.

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