Rio 2016: High Expectations From Senior Athletes

As we move closer towards Rio 2016, the expectations from Indian athletes keep growing. Be it the athletes, fans, coaches or former players, the confidence is very high in the Indian camp. We at Sports Rediscovered chatted with ace shooter Anjali Bhagwat and Arjuna Awardee swimmer Rehan Poncha. Both these sportspersons gave us insights on

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ISSF World Cup: Gurpreet Singh Placed 21st

Gurpreet Singh was the best performing Indian on Day 4 of the ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Fort Benning, USA as he finished 21st in Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol event. The qualifications of Women’s 10m Air Pistol was also held on Saturday in which Shweta Singh was the best placed Indian at 22nd. Gurpreet

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ISSF World Cup: Apurvi Chandela Finishes 14th

The Indian shooting contingent failed to secure a place in the final for a second consecutive day at the ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup held at Fort Benning, USA. Apurvi Chandela, who shone at the season’s first World Cup with a bronze medal and a Rio Olympic quota place, was the best-placed Indian as she managed

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ISSF Shooting World Cup: Another Forgettable Day For Indian Shooters

Another forgettable day unfolded for the Indian shooters at the ISSF Shooting World Cup in Changwon on 13th April 2015 as all the Indian shooters were knocked out in the qualification rounds itself. ISSF Shooting World Cup: 50m Rifle 3 Positions Women Lajja Gauswami, Anjali Bhagwat and Susan Elizabeth Koshy were the representatives for India

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ISSF Shooting: Chain Singh Produces Impressive Performance

Indian shooter Chain Singh impressed in the ISSF Shooting World Cup in Changwon today and finished sixth in the 50m rifle prone men event. 50m rifle prone men Earlier in the day, the elimination relays of the 50m rifle prone men event began with Gagan Narang amongst the leaders in the earlier round. Gagan however

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Shooter Apurvi Chandela Bags Bronze And Olympic Quota

After a barren first day at the ISSF Rifle/Pistol World Cup in Changwon, Korea, Apurvi Chandela brought back smiles to the Indian shooting contingent on Day 2. The 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist won the bronze medal in the 10m Air Rifle Women event and in the process also helped bag India’s second Rio Olympics

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Blast from the Past- 20th Century Indian Sportswomen

Education, Entertainment, Business- whatever be the field women are breaking barriers and scaling new heights. Today on Women’s Day, Sports Rediscovered brings to you a list of five women from the last century who have broken the glass ceiling and made a mark for themselves in their respective sports. 5. Nirupama Vaidyanathan (Tennis) Born in

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National Games: Double delight For Jitu Rai In Shooting

Services Sports Control Board continued their dominance of the Shooting range on Day 5 of the National Games.  Jitu Rai won two Gold Medals in the pistol event while former World Cup winner Ronjan Sodhi won Gold in men’s double trap. 10m Pistol The Services team that consisted of Jitu Rai, Gurpreet Singh and Omkar

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National Games: Jitu Rai Loses 1 Gold And Wins 1 Gold

Day 1 of the shooting competition at the National Games saw some tough competition in the 50 metre pistol event and the 10 m Air rifle event. Prakash Nanjappa and Pooja Ghatkar claimed the singles titles while Jitu Rai and Ayonika Paul had to be content with Gold in the team event. Men’s 50m pistol

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World Shooting Day 4 Recap: Anjali Bhagwat’s Remarkable Comeback

Olympian Anjali Bhagwat’s performance is remarkable as she is making a comeback after a very long time and the fact that her scores are close to her fellow Indian indicate that she can still shoot well and is not here on past reputation. There was a time when Anjali was on a lonely path breaking journey as India’s only women shooter , but today she has a lot of company and she can be justly proud for showing the way to this new generation of Indian shooting