India’s good performance in Shooting World Cups of 2017 continued as after medals in Delhi, India won a Gold medal at Mexico World Cup. Ankur Mittal missed Gold at Delhi world cup earlier this year. He compensated for it by winning the Double Trap Gold medal ahead of the Aussie to whom he lost Gold […]
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Becoming the only Indian shooter to win 3 Gold medals in World Cup events, Jitu Rai also gifted India a rare duo moment where Indians won Gold and Silver medal in the same event at a World Cup Championship. Jitu had won a bronze yesterday, and with today’s Gold he has won the maximum 8 […]
25 year old Ankur Mittal earned India the 59th medal at World Cup event. Winning the silver medal, being separated by just a point from the Aussie Gold medal winner, Ankur qualified for the finals at 4th position in Qualification round, one place behind his countrymate, Sangram Dahiya. In the final while qualification round leader […]
Since 1986, ranked 35th overall with 62 medals at World Cups, Indians have won 15 Gold medals, 23 Silver medals and 24 Bronze medals till 2017 World Cup at Mexico. 45 of the medals have been won by Indian men (13 Gold, 15 Silver, 17 Bronze), while Indian women have won 2 Gold, 8 Silver […]
The first phase of Shooting World Cup 2017 held at 2017 is scheduled from February 24 and March 23. While China started dominating from Day 1, Pooja Ghatkar won Bronze on Day 1m Ankur Mittal won Silver on Day 4, Jitu Rai won Bronze on Day 5 as India earned its 60th medal in World […]
ISSF Shooting World Cup 2017 first stage is being held at New Delhi, India from February 23 to March 4. On day 1, there are three medal events and Indians have five representative in all the events of the day 1 at shooting world Cup 2017 Stage 1, held at New Deli.
In the 15 years of his career in Shooting, Mairaj Ahmad Khan has represented India in almost every tournament since 2012. In his first Olympics at Rio he is the first and only Indian to have held both the World Cup title as well as the Olympic quota for India at the same time. Considering […]
Hailing from Tam Taran district of Punjab, Gurpreet’s claim to fame is winning 2 Gold and Individual Bronze at 2010 Commonwealth Games. Starting his career in Shooting in 2007, he is serving the Army. Supported by Army and Olympic Gold Quest, he is participating in two events at Rio.