Apurvi Chandela

She is the first Indian shooter to qualify for the 2020 Olympics. She won the gold medal and set a world record in the 2019 ISSF World Cup in New Delhi. In 2014, she won four medals at the InterShoot Championships at The Hague, that included two individual and two team medals. In the same year, she won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, having scored 206.7 points in final, in the process creating a new games record. Apurvi qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics in the women’s 10m air rifle event, where she finished at 34th position in the qualification round out of 51 contestants.

Aditi Singh

Is an International Rifle Shooter, representing India since 2014. She has been a part of the Commonwealth Games Championship 2017, World University Games and Championship (2015-2017), and several other International Competitions. She is a World Cup Bronze Medalist, National Champion, All-India University Champion, North Zone India Champion and State Champion.

Meghana Sajjanar

A computer science engineer by qualification, entered the national foray in 2008 and has taken giant and rapid steps in the sport since. She has taken part in the national level for about 8 times. In December 2016, she bagged gold at the Nationals. The next month, she aced the selection trials, held for the World Cup. She also took part in the international level competition, ‘InterShoot’ in Netherlands. She won three gold medals individually and another gold with her team. The highlight is that, these came on three consecutive days. Meghana also has the distinction of having shot the perfect score of 400/400 at the state meet.

Shreya Saksena

Is a precision rifle shooter, specializing in 10m Air Rifle, 50m .22 cal 3 position and Prone, what is classified as a ‘Renowned Shot’ by the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) as per International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). She is also a Silver Medalist in the Senior category and Gold Medalist in the Junior category of the Women’s 3 Position event held during the 61st National Shooting Championship Competition, 2017.

Tejas Krishna Prasad

Contestant in the 10m Air Rifle events at the Championships. He bagged a bronze in the National Championships (Junior), 2016 held at New Delhi. He stood 11th in the World Championship (Junior), 2016, in Azerbaijan, while he stood 14th at the Asian Championship (Junior), 2016 at Tehran, Iran. He currently is pursuing his third year in undergraduate engineering.

Sriharsha R Devaraddi

An Astute parashooter, he was awarded Gold medal at Karnataka State Level Championship, organised by Karnataka State Rifle Association, Aug 2017. He also won the Bronze medal in National Para shooting, organised by National Rifle association, 2017-2018. He is the winner of two Silver medals in National Shooting Championship held at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, organised by National Rifle Association 2018-2019 as well as two Silver medals in IWAS World Game 2019 scheduled at Sharjah UAE during Feb 2019.

Pratik Borse

PRATIK BORSE is an Indian Team Shooter. He started his career in 2011, and He holds multiple National Championship, International and World Cup medals. His most notable achievement is the Asian championship silver. He looks into the procurement and import of weapons and ensures smooth functioning of the shooting ranges with his immense knowledge on sports shooting through his experience.

Sonika Suresh Kumar

Sonika is a native of Hisar, Haryana. She currently works with the Central GST and customs department, New Delhi. She a graduate from Fateh Chand College for Women, Hisar and is currently pursuing her MBA in International Business. She has represented INDIA at various major junior international competition and won medals. Her best performance in international was at Germany in ISSF Junior world cup, 2016 where she won team gold and stood 4th in individual category.

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National Level Active Shooters
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