Gold Wisdom Rahi created history
Palembang Rahi Sarnath became the first Indian woman shooter to win the gold medal in the Asian Games. He achieved this achievement after passing through the shoot-off twice in the women’s 25-meter pistol event. The 27-year-old shooter won gold medal in the Jakabar shooting shooting range with new records of the Games. The shoot-off was adopted when both scores of Rahi and Thailand’s Namasawan Yangpabun scored 34. In the first shoot off, Rahi and Yangpabun put four out of five shots. After this, the second shoot was off in which Indian shooters were successful in winning the game.
India’s historic victory in hockey
Jakarta Indian men’s hockey team beat Hong Kong by 26-0 in Pool B match of Asian Games and won their biggest ever win in international hockey. India broke the 86-year-old record of its biggest win during this time when it defeated America 24-1 in the Olympics. The record for the biggest win in international hockey is New Zealand, which beat Samoa 36-1 in 1994.
Bajrang-Pinki to gold, silver to Sandeep
Yasir Dawg International Ranking Wrestling Competition
Bajrang Poonia won gold medal in Yasir Dawg International Ranking Wrestling Competition in Istanbul, Turkey, while Sandeep Tomar had to be satisfied with silver medal. India won ten medals in this competition, in which seven medal women got it. Pinky was the only wrestler to win gold medal in women’s category. He defeated Olga Schneider of Ukraine in the finals of 55 kg weight category 6-3 but Olympic bronze medalist Sakshi Malik disappointed and failed to reach medal round in the 62kg category.
Although the women did well and won seven medals. Commonwealth Games champion Bajrang Poonia has been successful in winning the second gold medal He won gold medal in the Tibialishi Grand Prix in Georgia earlier this month. He did not have to sweat sweating to win gold in the 70 kg weight category because the final of the final due to injury by Andre Kvantkovsky of Ukraine had escaped.
In the men’s 61kg final, Sandeep lost to Mohammed Babar Yakshakshi of Iran 2-8. Vicky won a bronze medal in 57 kg yesterday. Other Indian wrestlers of India, Amit (65kg), Jitendra (74kg), Pawan (86kg), Deepak (92kg), Jashkavar Singh (97 and 125kg) failed to reach medal round.
World champion Chit before school student’s target
Saurabh (16 years) of India targeted history by targeting gold
Gold won in 10 meter air pistol
The target of class 11th student Saurabh Chaudhary (16 years) also impressed the champions. Chowdhury became the fifth shooter of India to win gold in the history of Asian Games, with a yellow medal in 10 meter air pistol. Chaudhary, playing at the senior level for the first time, defeated world champion Tomoyuki Matsuda in the 24-shot final by introducing extremely maturity and restraint. Abhishek Verma, who is making an international debut, won a bronze with a score of 219.3.
In the Kalina village of Meerut, the son of a farmer, Chaudhry, scored 240.7. Japan’s 42-year-old Matsuda won the Silver Medal by scoring 239.7. He scored 8.9 on the 23rd, while Chaudhary scored 10.2 and 10.4 in the last two shots, making the record for the Games. Chaudhary won gold medal with a record in the Junior World Cup in Germany a few months ago.
Prior to him in the Asian Games, Jaspal Rana, Randhir Singh, Jitu Rai and Ranjan Sodhi have won gold. Chaudhary, who was shooting three years ago, said that I did not feel any pressure. He did not feel pressure even in qualification and he scored 586. Olympic and World Champion of Korea, Jin Jingou and Verma were in sixth place.
Targeting the balloons in fairs
Saurabh’s elder brother Nitin told that he was fond of targeting targets from his childhood. He used to go to the villages and surrounding fairs to target the balloons and win the prize.
Father’s help in farming
Chaudhary, a student of 11th, learned tricks of shooting at Amit Sharon Academy in Benoli near Baghpat. At home he helps in the cultivation of his father. Saurabh said that I like farming. We do not get much leave from practice, but whenever I go to the village, I help my father.
Listen to heart and keep track of hunger
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar’s Advice
Said, Virat Kohli should continue to play his role.
He is playing his role well and this is the reason why Sachin Tendulkar has advised Virat Kohli that leave worry and only listen to your heart. Tendulkar took up the full burden of most Indian batting in his 24-year career and now is playing the role of Kohli at the present time. Kohli played 149 and 51 runs in the first Test against England, but despite this India lost the match by 31 runs. After this many suggestions are being given to the Indian captain.
Tendulkar was asked what he would say to Kohli, he told him that I would say keep up his work. He is playing the best role so keep it up. Do not worry about what’s happening around you Keep your focus on what you want to achieve and listen to your heart. Tendulkar, who has scored most runs in Tests and ODIs, wants to keep his passion for his goals.
He said that in the meantime many different things will be done and, but in the end if you are passionate about something that you want to get in life then the results will follow you too. Kohli scored a century in Edgbaston and also won the last fort as a batsman, but Tendulkar, the batting champion, said that the hunger of runs should not end, if any one runs any more runs. Tendulkar said that I can tell you on the basis of my own experience, how many runs you make, they will never be enough.
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