newsarchery15 days ago

Atanu Das clinches recurve bronze at Asian Championships

Indian archer Atanu Das clinched a bronze medal in the individual category of men's recurve at the Asian Championships in Bangkok on Tuesday. Competed as a natural athlete — because of the Indian federation being suspended — the 27-year-old defeated Jin Hayek Oh of Korea in the match.
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newsarchery5 months ago

Tokyo Olympic Test Event| Deepika Kumari comes fourth in qualifications

Ace Indian archer Deepika Kumari managed to finish fourth in the test event qualification round of the Tokyo Olympics as she shot 668 out of a possible 720 points, thus qualifying for the knock-out round. Her compatriot, Atanu Das didn’t have a similar game as he finished 19th in men’s section.
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reportarchery5 months ago

Archery World Cup | No Indian archer qualifies for medal rounds

None of the Indian individual archers and teams could make it to the medal rounds of the ongoing fourth stage of the Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany. The men’s compound team lost to the hosts in the quarter-finals while their recurve counterparts lost to Canada in the first round.
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reportarchery5 months ago

Archery World Cup | Men's recurve team finish third in qualification round

The Indian men’s recurve team have finished the qualification round at the third place in the ongoing Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany. Indian archers Atanu Das, Atul Verma, and Pravin Ramesh Jadhav will now take on the Canadian team in the first round of the global archery event.
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reportarchery6 months ago

Archery World Championships | Indian men’s recurve team reach final after beating Netherlands

The Indian men’s recurve team has made it to the final of the ongoing Archery World Championships in the Netherlands by beating the hosts. After securing an Olympic quota by entering into the quarter-finals India defeated the Netherlands in the semis to set up a summit clash against China on Sunday.
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reportarchery6 months ago

Archery World Championships | Indian men secure Tokyo Olympics quota, female archers fail to qualify

The Indian men’s recurve archery team has secured a place for the upcoming Olympics 2020 as they defeated Canada in the pre-quarterfinal round match of the ongoing Archery World Championships. The female recurve archers lost against Belarus in the second round and missed out on an Olympic quota.
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newsarchery6 months ago

Archery World Championships | Indian men’s recurve team cruises into pre-quarters

With a win against Norway on Tuesday, the Indian men’s recurve archery team has qualified for the pre-quarterfinal round of the ongoing World Archery Championships being held in the Netherlands. The Indian men’s and women’s team are also in contention for the Tokyo Olympics quota places.
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newsarchery6 months ago

Archery World Championships | India finish 11th in qualification round

The Indian men’s recurve archery team finished 11th in the qualifications for the Archery World Championships with Tarundeep Rai getting the best finish among the Indians at the 11th place. The Indian men’s team will now have to win two matches to secure a place in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. 
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newsarchery6 months ago

Reports : Indian archers likely to compete under World Archery and not Tricolour

According to reports from TOI, the Indian archers participating in the 2019 World Archery Championships in Netherlands could be competing under the banner of the international body and not the nation. This is because of the warring factions failing to get a president elect after weeks.
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reportarchery7 months ago

Archery World Cup | Indian compound teams are in line for Bronze medals

The Indian men’s and women’s compound teams have qualified for the bronze medal play-offs while the recurve teams got knocked out of the ongoing Archery World Cup in Antalya, Turkey on Thursday. The men’s and women’s Indian teams will take on Russia and Great Britain respectively in the play-offs.
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