Eight men and seven women represented India in Men’s, Women’s and Mixed team events at Tokyo Olympics 2020. The team comprised one of the best in rankings with multiple shooters ranked World No. 1 and coming from a successful run in international events. Unfortunately, only in one event India could see a finalist.
- Divyansh Singh Panwar entered as World No. 1 in Men’s air rifle.
- Elavenil Valarivan entered as World No. 1 in Women’s air rifle.
- Mixed team had won multiple Gold medals before Olympics.
Men’s Team Results
|Saurabh Chaudhary||10 m air pistol||Rank 1||7|
|Abhishek Verma||10 m air pistol||17||x|
|Mairaj Ahmad Khan||Skeet||25||x|
|Deepak Kumar||10 m air rifle||26||x|
|Divyansh Singh Panwar||10 m air rifle||32||x|
|Sanjeev Rajput||50 m rifle 3 positions||32||x|
|Aishwary Tomar||50 m rifle 3 positions||21||x|
Women’s Team Results
|Manu Bhaker||10 m air pistol||12||x|
|Yashaswini Deswal||10 m air pistol||13||x|
|Apurvi Chandela||10 m air rifle||36||x|
|Elavenil Valarivan||10 m air rifle||16||x|
|Rahi Sambot||25 m pistol||32||x|
|Manu Bhaker||25 m pistol||15||x|
|Tejaswini Sawant||50 m rifle 3 positions||33||x|
|Anjum Moudgil||50 m rifle 3 positions||15||x|