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newsarchery3 months ago

Archery World Cup 2022 | Deepika Kumari, Ankita Bhakat, and Simranjeet Kaur win recurve team silver

At Stage 3 of the Archery World Cup 2022 in Paris, France, Indian archer Deepika Kumari teamed up with Ankita Bhakat and Simranjeet Kaur to take home the silver medal in the women's recurve team event. The Indian team was unable to match the steadiness of their opponents and lost the match 5-1.
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newsarchery3 months ago

Archery World Cup 2022 | Indian women’s recurve team advances to the finals

Recurve archers from India, who had a dreadful qualifying round in the women's competition, came back impressively to go to the final on Thursday, securing their first medal in the current World Cup Stage 3. Deepika Kumari, Ankita Bhakat, and Simranjeet Kaur defeated Turkey, Britain, and Ukraine.
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newsarchery3 months ago

Archery World Cup 2022 | Deepika Kumari and Pravin Jadhav back into the Indian squad

Deepika Kumari, India’s star recurve archer has made a comeback to the squad for stage 3 of the archery world cup which will start this Tuesday in Paris, France. Deepika is a three-time Olympian, and this tournament will be her first tournament since her 4th place finish in the World Cup Final.
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newsarchery6 months ago

Archers Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das fail to make it to Asian Games 2022 team

After dismal outings in the selection trials conducted at the SAI Center in Sonepat, Haryana, Olympians Atanu Das and Deepika Kumari, have been left out of the Asian Games 2022 team. Das lost in the pre-quarterfinals of the second leg of the trials on Saturday to Pravin Jadhav.
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newsarchery6 months ago

Deepika Kumari on road to rediscovery after dismal Tokyo 2020

The Indian archer Deepika Kumari's plans for Tokyo 2020 did not come out well as once again she failed at the biggest stage and failed to win a medal for the country. The 27-year-old recurve women's world number two came to the Games in the Japanese capital with the goal of winning an Olympic medal.
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newsarchery8 months ago

Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das dropped from TOPS list after unimpressive performances

In a fresh move, Olympians Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das have been dropped from India's TOP scheme after the duo failed to live up to the expectations at the national archery ranking tournament 2022 earlier in January. The Mission Olympic Cell (MOC) takes the decisions related to TOPS.
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newsarcherya year ago

Pravin Jadhav only Olympian to make it to Asian Archery Championship squad

A new look Team India will represent the nation at the upcoming 2021 Asian Archery Championship, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Most of the seasoned players who represented India at the Olympics, won't be a part of the Indian squad as they failed to perform well at the Nationals and the selection trials.
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newsarcherya year ago

2021 National Archery Championships | Parth Salunkhe and Dipti Kumari claim gold medals in individual recurve events

Indian archers Parth Salunkhe and Dipti Kumari crossed several hurdles to emerge as gold medal winners in the men’s and women’s individual recurve event at 2021 national archery championship, in Jamshedpur. Abhishek Verma and Surekha Jyothi Vennam claimed top honours in the compound events.
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newsarcherya year ago

Archery World Cup 2021 | Deepika Kumari & Atanu Das falter in bronze medal playoffs

Archer Deepika Kumari and her husband Atanu Das failed to impress once again as they lost their respective bronze medal matches at the 2021 Archery World Cup in Yankton, USA. This performance comes after a lacklustre showing in Tokyo, where the duo had failed to win a medal in the recurve event.
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newsarcherya year ago

Archery World Cup | Deepika Kumari sweeps with three gold medals

India’s top women’s archer Deepika Kumari completed her Archery World Cup campaign in style as she claimed three gold medals to maintain a perfect record in the tournament. The Tokyo-bound archer and former World no. 1, clinched top honours in the women's individual,'s team, and mixed team event
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