Young shooting sensation, Manu Bhaker scripted history at 2019 ISSF World Cup

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Young shooting sensation, Manu Bhaker is one of the most talented Indian sports shooter and came into the limelight after representing India at the 2018 ISSF World Cup . Manu Bhaker hails from Jhajar, Haryana. She is currently pursuing her studies at Universal Pulic Senior Secondary School. She has been raved as India’s next shooter of our nation. She was inspired by her mentor Jaspal Rana  who inspired to take up the sport.

The young sensation Bhaker, won a gold medal in women’s 10m air pistol event at 2018 Commonwealth Games. She represented India at the 2018 ISSF World Cup and went on to clinch two gold medals. This record made her the youngest Indian to ever win a gold medal at the ISSF World Cup and from that moment there is no looking back.

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Manu Bhaker scripted history at the 2019 ISSF World Cup as she won India’s first gold medal at the tournament this year in Women’s 10m Air Pistol. Also became the second Indian shooter post Heena Sidhu to clinch a gold medal Women’s 10m Air Pistol at the ISSF World Cup. She broke  the junior world record with her total of 244.7 in Putian, China.

Department of Sports, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, took to social media and wrote,he golden girl of India @realmanubhaker shoots yet another gold. This time  at the #WorldCupFinal in Putian with a score of 244.7 in women’s 10m air pistol event. Keep going champ! 👏👏

#KheloIndia #IndiaontheRise

National Rifle Association of India captioned as GOLD! 🥇 🥇 🥇 A brilliant @realmanubhaker demolishes a top class field to win her first @ISSF_Shooting World Cup final 🥇 in the Women’s 10m Air Pistol! And in junior world record score of 244.7 as well!!! Awesome! National Rifle Association of India captioned as GOLD! 🥇 🥇 🥇 A brilliant

Both Indian youngsters Bhaker and Deswal have already secured a 2020 Tokyo Olympics quota place for India in the discipline.Manu sealed the quota post finishing with a fourth-place finish at the ISSF World Cup in Munich. Yashaswini won gold at the ISSF World Cup in Rio de Janeiro.

Published by Vikram Roy Mehta

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