Shooter Avani Lekhara Sets World Record To Win Gold At Para World Cup. Her Reaction Is A Gem – Watch

Shooter Avani Lekhara Sets World Record To Win Gold At Para World Cup. Her Reaction Is A Gem – Watch

Tokyo Paralympic champion Oni Lekhara won the gold medal with a world record score of 250.6 at the Women’s Para-Shooting World Cup at the Women’s 10m Air Rifle Stand SH1 in Chatroux, France on Tuesday. The 20-year-old shooter broke his own world record of 249.6 and qualified for the 2024 Paris Paralympics. Poland’s Emilia Babska won silver with a total score of 247.6, while Sweden’s Anna Norman won bronze with 225.6. The SH1 category is for athletes with a disability to compete in rifle competitions.

See: Oni Lekhara wins gold medal in World Cup.

Lekhara won the top prize three days after losing the tournament because her coach and escort were initially denied visas.

However, the issue was resolved after the intervention of the Sports Authority of India and the Ministry of Sports.

Promoted.

“R2 10M Air Rifle SH1 is proud to win a gold medal at Chateauroux2022 with WR score and India’s 1st Paris 2024 quota in the event. پہلا My first inter event since the Paralympics. Many thanks to everyone who joined me! He tweeted.

New world record holder in Avani Lekhara, R2 – Women’s 10m air rifle parked SH1. Indian shooter just broke the previous record (249.6) by scoring 250.6 in Chateauroux2022 World Cup in France! ” Shooting Parasport wrote on its Twitter handle.

In August last year, Lekhara won a gold medal in the 10m air rifle standing event in the SH1 category at the Tokyo Paralympics. She won a bronze medal in the women’s 50m rifle 3 positions SH1 event, making her the first Indian woman to win multiple medals at the Paralympics.

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