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Divyansh Singh Panwar Won Both Senior and Junior Air Rifle National Titles

Former number-1 shooter Divyansh Singh Panwar won two consecutive titles in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle National Championship by scoring a superb score of 250 in the final at the MP Shooting (Shooting) Academy on Friday.

19-year-old Divyansh won 2 consecutive titles in 10m Air Rifle Championship in MP Shooting

Maharashtra’s Rudransh Balasaheb Patil finished second with 249.3 points. While Hriday Hazarika of Assam won the bronze medal in the rifle events of the 64th National Shooting Championship competition with a score of 228.2. Divyansh Singh Panwar won two consecutive titles in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle National Championship. 19-year-old Divyansh from Rajasthan in the final played at MP Shooting Academy.

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Rudraksh also won a silver medal with 251.2 points

In the junior final, he secured the first position with a score of 252.2. Whereas Rudraksh won the silver medal with a score of 251.2. Delhi’s Partha Makhija finished third with 229.9 points. Akash Kushwaha and Pragati Dubey of Madhya Pradesh won the mixed team trap event in Patiala. Akash defeated Lakshya Sheoran of Haryana and Pragati defeated Bhavna Choudhary.

Won two titles in the day by winning the junior men’s competition

Rudraksh Balasaheb Patil of Maharashtra finished second with 249.3 points. While Hriday Hazarika of Assam won the bronze medal in the rifle events of the 64th National Shooting Championship with a score of 228.2. A record 768 shooters took part in the men’s 10m air rifle event. The shooter from Rajasthan won the junior men’s competition like the 63rd national competition, winning two titles on the day.

19-year-old shooter Divyansh Panwar secured the first position with points

A record 768 shooters took part in the men’s 10m air rifle event. 19-year-old shooter Divyansh Panwar from Rajasthan won the junior men’s competition like the 63rd national competition and won two titles in the day. ISSF World Cup-2019 silver medalist Divyansh Panwar had secured the first position in the junior final of the national championship with a score of 252.2.

Akash defeated Lakshya Sheoran of Haryana and Pragati defeated Bhavna Choudhary.

Rudransh also won a silver medal in this with a score of 251.2. Delhi’s Partha Makhija finished third with 229.9 points. Akash Kushwaha and Pragati Dubey of Madhya Pradesh won the mixed team trap event in Patiala. Akash defeated Lakshya Sheoran of Haryana and Pragati defeated Bhavna Choudhary.

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