The father of 19-year-old Bandhvi Singh has also been a national shooter, practicing for the first 15 days of the tournament.
Bandhavi has not taken any professional training, his father Yashvardhan Singh has also been a shooter.
Dainik BhaskarDec 22, 2019, 09:15 AM IST Krishna Kumar Pandey, Bhopal. 19-year-old Bandhvi Singh was the most shocked by winning 4 gold in the National Shooting Championship on Saturday. Bandhavi of Suhagpur village near Shahdol district of MP defeated senior shooter Anjum Mudgil who won the Olympic quota. Bandhavi has already played the national.
A few months back, he took a 50-meter .22 rifle. Earlier she used to shoot at the peep site in 10 meters. Bandhavi's father Yashvardhan Singh has been a shooter. He also participated in some national tournaments in the 80s. Bandhavi has not taken any professional training. He has inherited the shooting. Studying from St. Stephen's College in Delhi, Bandhavi practices shooting in the college itself. He practiced for 15 days at Delhi's Karni Singh Shooting Range for his first national tournament last month. Now the MP State Shooting Academy has offered him admission.
Seeing Anjum, he made preparations, beating him in the senior category, Gold Jeetabandhvi said that I had not thought about the medal. I had prepared myself after seeing Anjum. His score was the highest last year. I am also influenced by Mehuli Ghosh and Apoorvi Chandela. The practice for the tournament was on its own as I had no coach there. He won gold in Senior, Junior, Senior Civilian and Junior Civilian of 50 meter rifle prone. He defeated Anjum Mudgil in the senior category.
Has played 6 National Hockey Tournaments, last year, the best goalkeeper also played Hockey before shooting. He represented the state team in six national tournaments. She has also been selected as the Best Goalkeeper of the Year last year. On quitting hockey, he said that I wanted to do something myself and hockey team is game. So chose shooting. Bandhavi's maternal grandfather was part of the Indian Army in the war against Pakistan in 1965 and 1971. The current Army Chief General Bipin Rawat is Bandhavi Singh's foe.