Pistol

Narang-Ghatkar win silver medal in shooting

Gagan Narang combined with Pooja Ghatkar to win the mixed team silver medal in the Grand Prix of Liberation international shooting competition in Pilsen, Czech Republic. Earlier in the tournament, Mihika Poore bagged the women’s air rifle gold. Nivetha Paramanantham clinched the gold medal in the women’s air pistol after topping the qualification.

Rizvi claims No.1 spot pistol rankings

Indian shooter Shahzar Rizvi grabbed the number one spot in 10m air pistol rankings by ISSF. He won the silver medal in the just-concluded World Cup in Changwon, Korea. Rizvi had previously won a gold medal with a world record score at the World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico in March. The other Indians in the top-10 are Jitu Rai and Om Prakash Mitharval who are at 6th & 12th spot.

Om Mitharval won bronze in 50m Pistol event

Om Prakash Mitharval won the bronze medal in the men’s 50m pistol event at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.It was Mitharwal’s second medal in the ongoing prestigious event. Australia won the gold medal and the silver medal went to Bangladesh. India is currently standing at the third spot with 22 medals, including eleven gold, four silver and seven bronze.

Heena Sidhu won gold medal in 25m Pistol

Heena Sidhu won India’s 11th gold medal in pistol shooting at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.Heena Sidhu has become the first Indian athlete to win two medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. India has so far won 20 medals, including eleven gold, four silver and five bronze.

Shooters bag gold, bronze for India

Indian shooters Jitu Rai and Om Prakash Mitharwal won gold and bronze medals respectively at Commonwealth Games 2018.In the men’s 10m air pistol event at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018, Rai shot a total of 235.1 points, thus, registering a new Games record. Mitharwal bagged the silver medal after shooting a total of 214.3 points. India has won five medals so far in shooting alone.

Muskan Bhanwala wins gold in shooting

Indian shooter Muskan got gold medal in women‘s 25m pistol event at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney. The team gold was won by Muskan, Manu Bhaker and Devanshi Rana, adding to India‘s rich medal haul. Muskan‘s medal was India‘s fourth individual gold in the prestigious tournament. Anantjeet Singh Naruka, Ayush Rudraraju and Gurnilal Singh Garcha got team silver in men‘s junior skeet.

Manu Bhaker-Anmol wins air pistol mixed gold

27 : Manu Bhaker and Anmol secured the gold medal in the ISSF Junior World Cup by winning the mixed 10m air pistol event. The silver and bronze medals were both awarded to China. Genemat Sekhon bagged an individual bronze medal in the junior women‘s shooting. Overall, India occupied the second placed with 17 medals, including seven gold.

Manu Bhaker secures 10m Air Pistol gold

Manu Bhaker secured India‘s second individual gold at the ISSF Junior World Cup. India tasted success in the 10m air pistol men‘s event too with Gaurav Rana winning a silver medal. Bhaker, Rana and Mahima Turhi Agrawal also brought India on top of the team podium

Jitu Rai, Heena Sidhu win medals

Pistol aces Jitu Rai & Heena Sidhu bagged a bronze each to continue India’s medal charge at the 10th Asian Championship 10m Rifle/Pistol.Jitu won an individual bronze in men’s 10m Air Pistol while Heena claimed an individual bronze in women’s 10m Air Pistol.Having won 11 medals on the first two days, India’s medal count stands at 4 gold, 6 silver& 7 bronze for a total of 17 medals so far.

Prakash Nanjappa of India clinches men’s 50-metre free pistol Gold

Prakash Nanjappa of India clinches the men’s 50-metre free pistol Gold in the 14th Kumar Surendra Singh shooting championship in Tughlakabad in New Delhi.

Mampi Das claims Gold in Air pistal shooting

National women’s champion, Mampi Das claims the Gold in air pistol in the 24th meeting of Shooting Hopes junior international meet in Czech Republic.

Indian pistol shooter Jitu Rai won two medals in a World Cup championship

Indian pistol shooter Jitu Rai wins a historic Gold, after a Silver, in the men’s air pistol event during ISSF World Cup in Maribor, Slovenia. It is the first time an Indian shooter won two medals in a World Cup championship.

Jitu Rai wins the air pistol Silver medal

Jitu Rai wins the air pistol Silver in the shooting World Cup in Munich, Germany.

Heena Sidhu wins Women’s air pistol Silver

Heena Sidhu of India wins the women’s air pistol Silver in the shooting World Cup in Fort Benning, USA.

Heena Sidhu wins gold in world cup

Olympian Heema Sidhu capped a brilliant year by winning the women’s air pistol gold in the world cup final in Munich, Germany. Infact, Heena was below par with her first two shots of 9.3 but shot 10 or more in 17 of her next 18 shots. She jumped into the lead after eight shots and ended up with a total of 203.8 in the final to beat the reiging world champion Zorano Arunovic of Serbia by 5.2 points.