Ace Indan shooter Heena Sidhu has stated that she will give her all at the ISSF World Cup in Munich, which starts on Wednesday, and will try to win the Gold medal. The Commonwealth Games Gold medalist also added that she has been working hard in improving all aspects keeping Tokyo 2020 in mind.
It took almost eight years for Sidhu to win an individual gold medal at the Commonwealth Games as she finished as the champion in the 25 m event at the Gold Coast Games last month. Despite losing to compatriot Manu
"The World Cup in Munich is extremely important to figure where I stand before going into the first Olympic qualifiers that will start from the World Championship in September. We have experience of two Olympic cycles and we are using it to improve our preparations. The CWG, these World Cups are very important to checkpoints on our way to the Olympics. These competitions will show the true effects of our training and based on my results we can amend our preparations," Sidhu was quoted as saying by BCCI.
"I and my team have been working hard
Sidhu was one of the few pistol shooters in the country, who practice in her own individual facility and has been coached by her husband Ronak Pandit, who had won the gold medal in the Men's 25m Standard Pistol (Pairs) with Samaresh Jung at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
On being asked about Pandit’s coaching methodology, Sindhu said, "We are focusing on physical conditioning and body stability. There
In the upcoming Munich World Cup, Sidhu's first event is the 25 m