Asian Airgun Championships Recap – India Shining

Indian shooters enjoyed a great time at the Asian Airgun Championships earlier this week at the national capital. The Indian team bagged a total of 17 medals, including six gold to finish as table-toppers at the continental championships. India finish top at the Asian Airgun Championships Winning 17 medals in the competition, hosts India sit

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Abhinav Bindra Wins Gold On Birthday Eve

Indian Shooter Abhinav Bindra won the Gold medal at the Asian Airgun Championship on Sunday. The Beijing Olympic Gold medalist will be celebrating his 33rd birthday on September 28, 2015 and the medal is expected to make the occasion even more special. Abhinav Bindra Back in Form Bindra, who competed in the 10m Air Rifle

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Shooting Calendar 2015: Hectic Times For Indian Shooters

On 5th August 2016, Rio will be the place to be. The Olympic Shooting Centre in the Deodoro Olympic Park however, will be more important as far as the Indian contingent is concerned, with eight shooters making the cut. Sports Rediscovered takes a look at events coming up in the shooting calendar prior to the

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2016 Rio Olympics: Indians On Board

The Rio Olympics is still some months away but the qualification rounds and quotas are all in place with not many tournaments remaining for the players to win their grand chance at the Olympics. The battle has already heated-up, and is set to become more intense in the coming months as athletes fight it out

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Omkar Singh Finds Rhythm At Selection Trials

The gold medallist at the Delhi Commonwealth Games, Omkar Singh continued his good form in the 50m free pistol event. He shot an impressive 571 at the third Olympic selection trials held at Tughlakabad. The Olympic quotas in the event had been won by Jitu Rai at the World Championships last year and Prakash Nanjappa

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World Shotgun Championship: Mairaj Khan Books Rio Berth

Mairaj Khan Ahmad walked away from the Trap Concaverde shooting range in Lonato with a spring in his step. The veteran shooter brought glory to the Indian camp, becoming the lone member to bag an Olympic quota in skeet shooting at the ISSF World Shotgun Championship. Sports Rediscovered takes a look at the Indian performances

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Gun For Glory Paves Way For New Stars

The Gun For Glory Shooting Championships that was held at Pune, Maharashtra from September 6 to 13 paved the way for the rise of some new stars. This year saw the fifth edition of the Championships and Surinder Singh, a Class X student, bagged two Gold medals. He got the first position in both the

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ISSF World Shotgun Championships: India Opens Account

After a mediocre performance in the last few days,the Indian team bagged its first medal in the ongoing World Shooting Championships in Lonato, with a bronze in the Double trap men’s event.  The trio of Mohammed Asab, Ankur Mittal and Sangram Dahiya accrued a total of 400 points in the team event to finish ahead

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ISSF Shotgun Championships: Sandhu Misses Rio Quota

The shooting range in Lonato, Italy has proved barren as far as the Indian contingent is concerned. While Manavjit Singh Sandhu was forced to continue his quest for the Olympic quota, young Manavaditya Singh missed out on a ticket to the finals of the junior Trap event by one point. Sports Rediscovered takes a look

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ISSF World Cup, Munich: Apurvi Chandela Shoots Silver

Apurvi Chandela walked away from the ISSF Rifle and Pistol world cup championships in Munich with a bounce in her step. The Commonwealth Games Gold medalist finished second in the women’s 10 metres Air Rifles event on Saturday, finishing with a total score of 206.9. Apurvi Chandela: Eyes on Rio 22-years-old Chandela finished behind Elaheh

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