Tokyo Paralympics: Singhraj Adana wins bronze medal in Men’s 10m Air Pistol SH1

Indian para pistol shooter Singhraj has won a bronze medal for India in the Men’s P1 – 10m Air Pistol SH1 event in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.

The Indian shooter Singhraj Adana has made the nation proud by winning a bronze medal in the 2020 Paralympic games. The Indian was competing in the Men’s P1 – 10m air pistol SH1 event in this Paralympic Games. The final round of the event was been scheduled to play on Tuesday where the Indian para pistol shooter bagged the bronze medal for his country India.

Shooter Singhraj did well in the qualification round. He finished 6th with a total of 569 points in the qualifications. He registered himself in the final with that performance and he did amazing in the final as well. Singhraj’s score at the end of this Men’s P1 – 10m air pistol shooting final event was 216.8, with the Indian para shooter comfortably securing third place. However, another Indian named Manish Narwal was competing in the same event along with Singhraj but couldn’t manage to win a medal for India. It was a bit shocking for the Indian para pistol shooter (Manish Narwal) as well as the Indian fans as Manish Narwal was in the first place after the qualification round ended. The Indians were hoping for a medal from him after seeing his qualification round performance but unfortunately, it couldn’t happen. Manish Narwal finished 7th in the final event.

With this medal, Singhraj has added another bronze medal to India’s tally in this 2020 Tokyo Paralympics Games. Two Chinese para pistol shooters finished above the Indian bronze medalist Singhraj in the final event of the men’s 10m air pistol shooting. Huang Xing won the silver whereas Yang Chao won the gold medal for their country.

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