Indian athletes continue to thrive in the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Friday is going to be a very good day for India. India’s brilliant performance today is the second consecutive medal win.
The medal was won by India in the women’s 50m Rifle Three Position event. Avni Lekhra has won a bronze medal in the 50m air rifle event. This is Avni Lekhra’s second medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.
Earlier, she had also bagged a gold medal for the country. She is also the first Indian woman to win a gold medal in the history of the Paralympic Games. In addition, India’s medal tally at the Tokyo Paralympics has now reached 12.
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Avni, 19, had won a gold medal in the 10m air rifle event four days ago and now he has won a bronze medal for the country with his rifle. This is the fourth bronze medal won by India at the Tokyo Paralympics. Earlier today, 18-year-old Praveen Kumar won a silver medal and bagged India’s 11th medal. India’s Praveen Kumar has won a silver medal in the final of the High Jump T64 event.
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