AISHWARYA PRATAP SINGH

The Journey of Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, From Past to Present

Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar is an Indian sport shooter. He was born on 3rd February 2001. Tomar bagged the bronze medal at Asian shooting championship 2019. He also a quota for India at the summer Olympics last year (2020).

EARLY LIFE:

Pratap was born in a small village knows as Ratanpur, which is located in the khargone district, Madhya Pradesh. Their family is into farming and Pratap is the youngest of three children. Pratap used to go to shooting frequently with his father – Veer Bahadur who is a land Lord. Navdeep Singh Rathore (his cousin) made Pratap to learn about the sport shooting. Then, Pratap Singh started his training at Madhya Pradesh shooting academy which is at Bhopal from the year of 2015.His coach name is shuma shiruru.

CAREER LIFE:

He has won the bronze medal in the junior 10-meter air rifle event at the 2019 Asian Air gun Championships. In 2019, at ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl, He won the gold medal and set the junior world record in the 50-meter rifle three positions with a score of 459.3

He bagged bronze medal at the 2019 Asian Shooting in 50-meter Championships in Doha rifle three positions, scoring 449.1 in the final. He bagged bronze in the team event of the same discipline with Chain Singh and Parul Kumar.

Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar ACHIEVEMENTS:

Asian Shooting Championships:

•Tomar won Bronze Medal in 2019 Doha in 50 m rifle 3 positions event

•He won Bronze medal in 2019 Doha in 50 m rifle 3 positions team event

•Tomar ISSF won Gold medal in 2019 Suhl in 50 m rifle 3 positions

• Asian Air gun Championships

 
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