Deswal’s Journey Of Life:

Yashaswini Singh Deswal is an Indian sports shooter. She won the gold medal at the 2019ISSF World Cup 10-meter air pistol event held in Rio de Janeiro and won the Indian quota position at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Yashaswini Singh Deswal is an Indian sports shooter. She won the gold medal at the 2019ISSF World Cup 10-meter air pistol event held in Rio de Janeiro and won the Indian quota position at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Deswal – Early Life :

Deswal was born on March 30, 1997 in New Delhi. Her father’s SSDeswal serves as the Director of the India-Tibet Border Police, an IPS officer, and her mother, Saroj Deswal, is a top member of the Panchikura income tax. As of August 2019, Deswal is studying at DAV University in Chandigarh.

 Career Of Deswal :

Deswal began shooting practice in 2012. She participated in the Nanjing Summer Youth Olympic Games in China in 2014 and finished 6th in the 10m air pistol final. At the 2016 ISSF Junior World Cup, she won a silver medal at a solo exhibition and team competition in the German technical department and a gold medal at a team competition in Qabala, Azerbaijan.

In 2016, she won a gold medal in team competitions and a bronze medal in individual competitions in South Asian games. At the 2017 ISSF Junior World Championships, she won a gold medal on par with the 235.9 World Junior Record.

In 2019 Deswal won the gold medal at the ISSF World Cup in Rio de Janeiro and booked a four-digit number for the 2020 Summer Olympics. She defeated former Olympic and world champion Olena Kostevych in the final round.

Deswal’s MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS :

India’s Yashaswini received gold within the women’s 10m air pistol occasion at the ISSF international Cup in Rio de Janiero on Saturday. Her medal assured India of a 2d berth inside the event at subsequent 12 months’s Tokyo Olympics.

Yashaswini shot a total of 236.7 within the very last to without difficulty end on top, ahead of Ukraine’s Olena Kostevych (234.8). Serbia’s Jasmina Milovanovic (215.7), who finished with silver and bronze respectively.

Viktoria Chaika of Belarus bagged the bronze medal with 215.9 at the Dr Karni Singh Shooting Range. The other Indian in the final, Shri Nivetha, finished fourth.

Meanwhile, Sports Authority of India expressed concerns after it emerged protocols are “not being adhered to” with some international shooters breaching the bio-bubble. The National Rifle Association of India said it has initiated an inquiry.

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