Shooting World Championships: Gold shoots Amanpreet Singh into limelight

Baku in Azerbaijan, on August 23rd.
Amanpreet Singh from Punjab became the first Indian to win the gold medal in the men’s 25m standard pistol event at the World Championships. Amanpreet won a medal in a non-Olympics event. It was India’s fifth gold in the championships. India, who have also won four bronze medals, moved up to second place again. China won the most medals, a total of 24, and 13 of them were gold.
Amanpreet won his first international gold medal in the senior division by shooting a score of 577. The person from Patiala who is 20 years old came in first place, three points higher than Lee Gunhyeok from South Korea. Kevin Chapon from France won third place. India’s Harsh Gupta came in fourth place with a score of 573.
Gupta, Akshay Jain and Amanpreet came in fourth place, just missing out on winning a team medal.
The women’s team won a bronze medal.
In the women’s 25m pistol event, Tiyana, Yashita Shokeen, and Kritika Sharma did not do well individually. However, they won the team bronze medal with a combined score of 1601. China got the first place and the country hosting the event got the second place. PTI stands for something.
Patiala’s Aman has achieved success.
Patiala: Amanpreet Singh is doing really well right now. After winning his first international gold in June at the Junior World Cup, the 20-year-old has now become the world champion in the senior category for the 25m standard pistol event. Amanpreet, who goes by the name Garry with friends, is a student at the Multani Mal Modi College. Amanpreet, from a village called Panjeta, practices shooting at the Marksmen Shooting Academy. He won a medal and wanted to thank his coach, Swaranjit Kaur, as well as his parents, Parminder Singh and Paramjit Kaur.

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