ISSF World Cup: Gurpreet Singh Finishes In 5th Place

Gurpreet Singh was the best Indian performer on Day 5 of the ISSF World Cup in Gabala, Azerbaijan as he finished fifth in Men’s 25m Rapid Fire Pistol competition. The pistol marksman, who has already clinched a Rio Olympic quota earlier, shot brilliantly to top the qualifying rounds. Unfortunately, he could not sustain that level

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Olympic Qualification Scenario For Indian Shooters

With a year left for the 2016 Rio Olympics, it is a good time to have an analysis of Indian Olympic hopes from shooting – the sport that has one of the best chances for medals for the Indian contingent. The Indian shooters, so far, have earned 5 quota places in this sport and have

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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 Shooting: Gurpreet Singh Knocked Out In Qualifiers

India’s hopes of another medal in the ISSF Shooting World Cup at Changwon came crashing down today as Gurpreet Singh was knocked out in the 25m Rapid Pistol Men event’s Qualification round. Another disappointing Day for India at ISSF Shooting World Cup Gurpreet Singh and Vijay Kumar were the representatives of the India in the ISSF

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2015 National Games Summary

The curtains fell on the 2015 National Games recently. The event was hosted by Kerala from January 31st to February 14th and it was tagged as one of the most well organized events in recent history. A commendable effort by Kerala Over the past two weeks, Kerala witnessed some healthy competition in every discipline.  Apart from shining

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National Games: Services Continue To Dominate In Shooting

Day 4 of the Shooting Competition at National Games started with the 25m Standard Pistol and 10m rifle events. Olympian shooter Vijay Kumar continued his dominance after he added two more medals to his personal tally. 25m Standard Pistol After winning two Gold Medals on Day 3, Vijay Kumar of Services snatched another Gold Medal in

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National Games: Vijay Kumar Snatches Two Gold Medals

Day 3 at the National games featured the 25m center fire pistol and the 50m Rifle events. Vijay Kumar, Elizabeth Koshy and Chain Singh Manhas won Gold medals in their respective categories and Vijay got a second gold in the team event as well. 25m Center fire Pistol Olympic medalist Vijay Kumar was at his

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Asiad Shooting Recap: Indian Shooters Deliver

India’s overall tally, their haul of nine medals was one more than what the shooters managed at the last edition in Guangzhou. Sports Rediscoverd presents a recap of the Asiad Shooting event. Pistol marksman Jitu Rai brought India’s very first gold at the Incheon Asian Games and displayed a remarkable consistency. There was another big

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Day 7 Recap : Sandeep Sejwal Wins Swimming Bronze, India Add Shooting Silver

An elated Sandeep later revealed how much he yearned for an Asiad medal. ‘’I have worked 8 years for this and always wanted to win a medal in the Asian Games. It’s a dream come true,’’ said Sejwal.



World Shooting Recap: Indian Shooters Come Up Short

Indian shooters continued to fare disappointingly at the ongoing 51st ISSF World Shooting Championships as they returned empty-handed in the rapid-fire pistol shooting and double trap shooting categories on Sunday. Following Jitu Rai’s earning of an Olympic quota, Indian shooters couldn’t add to it as Vijay Kumar, Harpreet Singh and Gurpreet Singh failed to make

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