Indian para-shooter Singhraj Adana has made history by winning a bronze medal at the Tokyo Paralympics. Adana has won a bronze medal in the men’s 10m air pistol P1 event.
In addition, India’s medal tally in these Paralympic Games has increased to eight. This is India’s best performance so far in the history of the Paralympic Games. The final, played at the Asaka Shooting Range, saw fierce competition between Singhraj Adana and China’s Lu Xiaolong until the last minute. But in the end, Singhraj played a brilliant game under pressure and scored a bronze medal with a score of 216.8.
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This is India’s second medal in the shooting competition at the Tokyo Paralympics. Earlier in the day, 19-year-old Indian para-shooter Avni Lekhra made history by winning a gold medal. Avni is the first Indian woman athlete to win a gold medal in the Paralympics.
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