Junior World Cup silver medallist Esha Singh on Friday said that her father retired from rally driving in order to support her shooting career.
ISSF New Delhi Shooting World Cup 2019: Saurabh Chaudhary cuts out the noise to claim Tokyo Olympics 2020 quota with world record score
Only 16, Saurabh Chaudhary drowned out the noise of the shooting range to clinch a World Cup gold, a world record and a Tokyo Olympics quota with peerless shooting.
ISSF World Cup: Om Prakash Mitharval finishes seventh in 10m Air Pistol as Indian shooters disappoint on day 3
Om shot 582 out of 600 to make it to the final in sixth place but only three scores in the 10s in his first 10 final shots out of a maximum 24, put paid to his medal hopes
Heena is hoping to test her skills and score consistently ahead of World Championships in September, which will also be the first quota event for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Tracing Shahzar Rizvi's rise from an obscure Meerut village to being the top-ranked shooter in the world
When Shahzar burst onto the international scene, he had no burden of expectations but the tag of World No 1 will have its own pressures. Hopefully, the nerveless youngster can shrug it off and continue to shine in the crucial tournaments ahead.
Shreyasi aggregated 96 in the finals, same as Emma Cox, but prevailed over the Australian in a shoot-off by striking down both birds even as the Indian's opponent missed the target in her second attempt.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Jitu Rai's 10m air pistol gold could rekindle Olympic ambitions after confidence-hit at Rio
The Olympic peak still looms large over the unassuming Jitu Rai, but this performance may just will him for a repeat journey.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Manu Bhaker, Heena Sidhu's medals in 10m air pistol a reflection of depth in Indian shooting
Two Indian women — teenager Manu Bhaker and veteran Heena Sidhu — winning gold and silver in the same event is a sign of how much depth there is in Indian shooting at the moment.
Commonwealth Games 2018: Manu never returned empty handed from any tournament, says father Ram Kishan Bhaker
Moments after teenaged shooting sensation Manu Bhaker clinched the gold medal in women's 10m Air Pistol event at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday, proud father Ram Kishan Bhaker said he was always confident
Manu Bhaker, Gaurav Rana lead India's charge with gold and silver in 10m air pistol category at ISSF Junior World Cup
Coming off a double gold in her maiden senior World Cup in Mexico recently, the 16-year-old Manu shot 235.9 to finish on top of the podium.
ISSF World Cup: 16-year-old Manu Bhaker wins 10m Air Pistol gold; Ravi Kumar claims bronze in 10m Air Rifle
Bhaker beat the host country's Alejandra Zavala with a 10.8 in the last shot of the 24 shot final, to come out on top with a score of 237.5.
ISSF World Cup: Shahzar Rizvi clinches gold in 10m air pistol with world record score; Jitu Rai, Mehuli Ghosh win bronze
Shahzar shot a world record 242.3 in the 10m air pistol event's final to beat reigning Olympic champion Christian Reitz of Germany, 239.7, to win the top prize.
The Commonwealth Games will provide Jitu with the perfect opportunity to test his ability in his weaker event, the 10m Air Pistol.
Gender-sensitive ISSF increases number of shots in all women's events, new rules to come into effect from 2018
The new rules changes in women's events, which will govern all ISSF Championships for 2018 and through the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
ISSF World Cup Final 2017: Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu hand India first gold medal at year-ending tournament
Rai, a Commonwealth and Asian Games gold-medallist, and Sidhu, also a former Commonwealth Games gold-winner, picked up their third gold together in the mixed team event, being held officially for the first time at an ISSF World Cup.
Jitu Rai and Heena Sindhu win gold in 10m air pistol event of the ISSF World Cup, beating Russia 7-6 in the final. After they had narrowly missed out on making the final in their respective individual event.
Heena Sidhu, who had qualified in the 5th position, used her class and finals experience to finish among the medals with a score of 218.8 in the eight-woman final.
India's ace pistol shooter Jitu Rai made the country proud yet again when he won the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Champions Trophy
Ace Indian shooter Jitu Rai finished sixth in the men's 10m air pistol event of the ISSF World Cup Final in Bologna on Saturday.