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Best Shooters That India Has Produced

The entire country was immensely proud of Indian shooters. We have always been out of the world at the international level, as they have evolved with every day. The Olympics are coming and hopes are that high, so we have compiled a list of some shooters that you and your all-time favorites have to be vigilant about in Rio 2016.

1. Abhinav Bindra

The story of Abhinav Bindra’s first single gold medalist for India was made on 11 August 2008, when he finished in front of all the other shooters in the 10m best Air Rifle Competition at the Beijing Olympics. The athletes are inspired by it, who are striving to make it big in Rio 2016.

2. Gagan Narang

The final piece of the London Olympic Games 2012 was a flawless 600 score during the World Cup qualifying round as well as 4 Gold medals for the Commonwealth Games 2006, finalists and bronze. What a ride it was this gunman born in Chennai! As Rio 2016 marks his last Olympic journey, this iconic shooter will be hoped for. All the fun!

3. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

Lone glory for India at the Olympics in 2004, Rathore was second in the double trap competition and in 2004 earned India his only Olympic medal. From 2002 to 2006 he had an amazing career, winning 25 International Double Trap medals.

4. Vijay Kumar

He made a rare accomplishment when he won the gold in the single and pair categories of the 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol for the second time in a row at the 2010 Commonwealth Games after he was the winner of the two categories in 2006 Commonwealth Games. He put his bars high during the 2012 London Olympics in the 25 m Rapid Fire Rifle. 

5. Anjali Bhagwat

She is the only Indian sniper to be named the 2002 ISSF Champions Trophy AirRifle Men & Women mixed event. This beautiful woman has made the country proud on various occasions like the Commonwealth 2002 and 2006, the Auckland Shooting Championship in 1999! Winning 31 gold medals during her lifetime indicates she was a live screen.

6. Jaspal Rana

Jaspal Rana is one of India’s most excellent shooters. Raised on 28th June 1976, Rana lent his beautiful accomplishments and good looks a glamor to the sober game of shooting. Rana has won medals on numerous occasions, primarily in the category 25 m Center Fire Pistol. At 1994 Asian and 2006 Commonwealth Games, he was awarded a gold medal.

7. Dr. Karni Singh

Karni Singh was a legendary gunman on the Indian shooting circuit, a maharaja from the former princely state of Bikaner. Singh was world-renowned for his outstanding talent and brilliant performance, as a shooter par excellence. He did not, though, only fire and also had different interests. The fact that Singh played tennis, golf and cricket is very much a product of that.

Some other flaming guns, such as Jitu Rai, Heena Sidhu, Samaresh Jung, Jaspal Rana, have also been spotted. And. And. Who were your favorite snipers and the one you still looking for?

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