Tokyo Paralympics: Indian pistol shooters Manish Narwal and Singhraj Adhana wins gold and silver medal in the mixed 50m pistol shooting event

Indian para pistol shooters have added two more medals to India’s tally as Manish Narwal wins gold and Singhraj Adhana wins a silver medal in the mixed 50m pistol shooting event.

The Indian para shooters have brought glory to India by winning a gold and a silver medal in the mixed 50m Shooting final event. The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics has been proving so good for the Indian contingents as they have now won a total of 15 medals. Indian Para shooters Manish Narwal and Singhraj Adhana have won gold and silver medal respectively in the Mixed 50m Pistol Shooting final event.


Singhraj won his second medal in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics after clinching a bronze in the Men’s P1 – 10m air pistol SH1 event earlier. Manish also participated in this event but couldn’t finish with a medal in this as he was ranked 7th at the end of the event. Both of them were competing in the mixed 50m pistol Shooting event in this 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Indian shooters Manish Narwal finished in 7th position with a total of 533 points and Singhraj was in 4th with 536 points in the qualification round.

Manish Narwal made the Paralympic record in the final event where he scored 218.2 points which is now a new record and Singhraj Adhana finished 2nd with 216.7 points. Both the Indian para shooters deservingly got the medal after this thumping performance in the mixed 50m pistol shooting final event on Saturday morning. India’s Prime minister Narendra Modi who never fails to congratulate the Indian contingents tweeted and appreciated the gold and silver medalist.

“Glory from the Tokyo Paralympics continues. Great accomplishment by the young and stupendously talented Manish Narwal. The outstanding Singhraj Adhana does it again! He wins yet another medal,” PM Narendra Modi in his two tweets on Saturday.