Asian Games bronze medallist Vennam Jyothi Surekha was the best-placed Indian as the Archery World Cup 2015 – Stage 1 began in Shanghai on Wednesday. Surekha, who had a great outing at the Asia Cup Stage II in March, qualified in 6th place in Women’s Compound category. Asian Games gold medallist Abhishek Verma too did
Ahead of the Archery World Cups that kick off in a few days, the teams for the first two stages have been announced. The President of Archery Association of India, Prof Vijay Kumar Malhotra declared the 16-member squad set to represent India at the 1st Stage in Shanghai (from 3rd May-11th May, 2015) and the
India added two more medals on the concluding day of the Asia Cup Stage II in Bangkok by clinching the silver in women’s compound event and the bronze in the women’s recurve event. The women’s compound team led by Asian Games bronze medallist Vennam Jyothi Surekha were edged out by Philippines in a thrilling final.
Vennam Jyothi Surekha and Sanjay Boro continued the gold rush for India by clinching the yellow metal in the individual events at the Asia Cup Stage II in Bangkok on Friday. While Jyothi Surekha topped the women’s compound event, Sanjay Boro finished first in the men’s recurve category. This was the second gold for Sanjay
India opened their medal tally with a gold and a silver at the Asia Cup Stage II in Bangkok on Thursday. The recurve mixed team of Sanjay Boro and Madhu Vedwan struck gold as they upset top-seeded Indonesia in a shootoff. In compound mixed team competition, the Indian duo of Vennam Jyothi Surekha and Vikas
Indian archers kept their medal hopes alive with Asian Games bronze medallist Vennam Jyothi Surekha qualifying in second place in women’s compound category at the 2015 Asia Cup Stage II held at Bangkok on Wednesday. Apart from Jyothi Surekha, the other compound archers who did well in the ranking round are Vikas Rajan and Ajay