Indian Shooter Ramita Jindal made a significant mark at the Hangzhou Asian Games 2022 by securing India’s inaugural individual medal. Recognized as a highly promising shooter in India and affiliated with Gun for Glory (GFG), she impressively clinched a bronze medal in the women’s individual 10M air rifle event. Accompanying her, fellow GFG athlete and aspiring Olympian, Mehuli Ghosh, narrowly missed the podium, securing a fourth-place finish. Additionally, the talented trio, along with Ashi Chouksey, proudly earned a team silver medal.
Ramita’s performance at the 2023 Asian Games stood as an exceptional accomplishment. Demonstrating exceptional precision and unwavering focus, she exhibited her extraordinary skills throughout the event, ultimately clinching the bronze medal. The gold and silver medals were secured by the Chinese athletes Han Jiayu and Huang Yuting, respectively.
Ramita’s achievement underscores her unyielding dedication to excellence and the top-notch training she receives at the Gun for Glory Shooting Academy, co-founded by Gagan Narang, a London Olympic medalist and Asian Games medalist in his own right, along with Shri Pawan Singh, the Honorary Secretary General of the National Rifle Association of India.
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