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reportarchery2 years 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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reportarchery2 years ago

Archery World Cup | Aman Saini beats Gilles Seywert in compound men’s event

Indian archer Aman Saini has beaten Luxembourg's Gilles Seywert in the second round of the men’s compound event at the ongoing Archery World Cup in Berlin, Germany. Tarundeep Rai, on the other hand, lost in the second round of the recurve event against Italy's Amedeo Tonelli in the global event.
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reportarchery2 years 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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reportarchery2 years 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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reportarchery2 years ago

Archery World Cup | Atanu Das bows out while Deepika Kumari and Tarundeep Rai qualify for Round 3

Indian recurve archer Atanu Das has been knocked out in the second round of the ongoing Archery World Cup Stage III in Antalya, Turkey on Wednesday. On the other hand, Deepika Kumari and Tarundeep Rai performed well in the second round and have booked a place in the third one in the same category.
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reportarchery2 years ago

Archery World Cup | Indian archers fail to make it to medal rounds

Indian archers fail to impress at the ongoing Archery World Cup Stage II in Shanghai as they couldn’t qualify for the medal rounds in individual and team events in both recurve and compound sections. India will now hope to claim a medal only in the mixed pair events of both the sections. 
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reportarchery2 years ago

Archery World Cup | Indian archers qualify for third round

Indian archers Ankita Bhakat, Preeti, Vakilraj Dindor and Gurwinder Singh have all made it to the third round of the ongoing Archery World Cup Stage II in Shanghai, China, in their respective events. Eighth seed Indian recurve women’s team has got a bye into the second round of the competition. 
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reportarchery2 years ago

Archery World Cup | Praveen Kumar finishes ninth while men’s team stays at fourth place in qualifying round

Indian archer Praveen Kumar has finished ninth in the ranking round of the World Cup stage II in Shanghai, China. On the other hand, the Indian men’s compound team combined to finish at the fourth position in the qualification round of the World Cup in China while the women’s team got sixth seed.
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reportarchery5 years ago

Archery World Cup | Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das settle for silver

India's mixed recurve pair of Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das were forced to settle for a silver at the Archery World Cup Stage 3 on Sunday after losing the final to the top-seeded Korean pair. The Indian women’s recurve team also suffered a heartbreak after losing the bronze medal clash to Italy 1-5.
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reportarchery5 years ago

Archery World Cup: Indian women strike silver in recurve; men snatch bronze

The Indian women's recurve team was forced to settle for a silver medal at the Archery World Cup Stage I in Shanghai after they went down to Chinese Taipei in the final. On the other hand, the men’s recurve team put up a great performance to win the bronze medal by defeating Great Britain.
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