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newsshooting3 months ago

SAI and NRAI to jointly conduct national shooting camp from Thursday

Sports Authority of India (SAI) and the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) will jointly conduct the national shooting camp at the Dr. Karni Shooting Range from Thursday inside a bio-secure bubble. The camp which had already been postponed twice during the pandemic situation will resume.
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newsshooting4 months ago

National shooting camp postponed owing to administrative compulsions

The national shooting camp, which was supposed to be held in at the Dr. Karni Shooting Range in Delhi, has been postponed due to administrative compulsions. However, the training camp for elite shooters, including the Tokyo-bound athletes and the Olympic probable, has been given the green signal.
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newsshooting4 months ago

Ammunition for top shooters will be available at doorsteps, asserts Kiren Rijiju

Indian sports minister Kiren Rijiju has stated that shooters who are eyeing a Tokyo-Olympic berth and the future Games will be provided with ammunition wherever they are in India. The top official visited the Dr. Karni Shooting Range, in Delhi where shooters around the region have started training.
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newsshooting5 months ago

Sight of my gun got altered moments before the final in Beijing, reveals Abhinav Bindra

Abhinav Bindra, the only individual Olympic Gold medallist from India, revealed how at the Beijing Games, 12 years ago, the sight of his gun got altered just five minutes before the final. He narrowly missed on a second medal, in Rio (2016), when he finished fourth in the 10m Air Rifle event.
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featureshooting5 months ago

In the midst of an exciting voyage, Ayushi Podder breaking the stereotypes in Indian shooting

Ayushi Podder may not be in contention for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, but she is not sitting back during the lockdown, rather preparing for other events in the future. SportsCafe caught up with the shooter, during which she narrated how she wants to break prevalent stereotypes in Indian shooting.
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newsshooting6 months ago

National shooting camp involving Olympic aspirants postponed due to spike in Covid-19 cases

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) has been forced to postpone the compulsory training camp for the Olympic aspirants in the account of the spike in the number of Covid-19 cases. As per reports, the national body is aiming to start the camp in the second week of August.
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newsshooting6 months ago

Indian shooters unsure of attending training camp amidst threat of COVID-19 virus

India’s core group of 32 shooters are scheduled to start their training for the Tokyo Olympics next year on August 1 at the Karni Singh Shooting Range in Delhi. But, many of the shooters are not sure whether they can attend the camp with the COVID-19 pandemic causing more problems day by day.
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newsshooting6 months ago

Not in a rush to restart shooting camp and put athletes at risk, claims D. V. Seetharama Rao

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) is not in a position to rush things and start their national camp amid the pandemic situation and put the athletes in a risk. The spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in the past week has been alarming, which might cause a further delay, es
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newsshooting6 months ago

Indian shooters begin training after four-month drought

Indian shooters have begun training following Sports Authority of India’s decision to open the Karni Shooting Range in New Delhi for Tokyo aspirants. The shooters, now, are allowed to train in adherence to social distancing norms, while high-intensity training will start in a phased manner.
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featureshooting7 months ago

Online shooting gave us exposure during lockdown, a kind of attachment to real shooting, claims Joydeep Karmakar

'Shooting is not a very physical sport, there haven’t been many issues, but shooting is like mathematics, if you don’t practice, you lose out a lot. Online shooting has given us a different platform altogether, but at least they are getting some exposure during the lockdown' - Joydeep Karmaker.
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