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Updated : 2 months ago IST
New Delhi [India], January 25 (ANI/SRV): A very remarkable initiative was taken by CBSE Board for conducting CBSE National Shooting Championship, in which students from various schools around the nation participated and grabbed an important chance to compete in this National Shooting event.
Updated : 3 months, 2 weeks ago IST
Olympic silver medalist Vijay Kumar from Himachal Pradesh won the national title for men's 25 m centre fire pistol with a score of 583. Anish Bhanwala of Haryana and Indian Army's Gurpreet Singh had 582 points each and were the other two on the podium
Olympian Manu Bhaker won the junior women's air pistol with a similarly tight 17-13 victory over Telangana's Esha Singh. Rhythm was yet again in bronze position however she did win the gold in the Youth category, with a 16-12 win over Sanskriti.
IPS officer Sanjeev Kumar Yadav has worked in the Special Cell of Delhi Police for a long time and is now the Director of Home Guards in Jammu. He is the highest officer in the country to have been awarded the President's Medal for Gallantry 11 times.
Anish Bhanwala won the men's and junior men's RFP titles along with the team golds in both those events to register a red-letter day on the personal front. In the process, he beat his own national record score of 588 in qualifying to top the 112 strong field with a score of 590. He had set t
Updated : 3 months, 3 weeks ago IST
Manu and Sarabjot had earlier topped the qualification round as well with a combined score of 575, where the Karnataka pair had finished second with 573 to setup the title clash. Punjab and ONGC shared the bronze medals.
Sarabjot defeated Gaurav Rana of the Air Force 16-4 in the gold medal match for the individual crown and also partnered with Sumit Raman and Anmol Jain to pick up the team gold in the event with a combined effort of 1736.
In a stellar show, Manu representing Haryana outgunned CRPF's Pushpanjali Rana 33-27 in the women's medal match at the MP Shooting Academy range in Bhopal and then her state-mate Vibhuti Bhatia 32-24, in the junior women's title round to bag an individual double. She had already secured both
Rhythm Sangwan and Manu Bhaker also qualified for the top eight ranking rounds in the individual competitions of both events. Rhythm shot 588 to top both the qualifications while Manu qualified seventh in the women's individual and fourth in the juniors with a score of 577.
Updated : 3 months, 4 weeks ago IST
Punjab's Arjun overcame Assam's Hriday Hazarika 16-8 in the gold medal match at the Vattiyoorkkavu Shooting Range in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, where the Rifle nationals are taking place as read in a statement issued by the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI).
Rudrankksh's score of 631.70 in qualification, meant that he came second in the Men's Air Rifle while topping the fields in the Junior Men's and Youth Men's categories, to make the second ranking round in all three events.
Updated : 4 months ago IST
Sift, who had finished sixth in qualification, emerged on top of the ranking round, with a score of 404.2. Manini was second with 402.9, which earned her the right to take on Sift in the gold medal match. Shriyanka was further back with 402.1, but that was enough for bronze.