Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Manish Narwal won gold and Singhraj Adhana won silver in shooting

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Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Manish Narwal won gold and Singhraj Adhana won silver in shooting


Indian players continue their stellar performance in Tokyo Paralympics. Today India has got two more medals. Manish Narwal has won gold and Singhraj Adhana has won a silver medal in shooting. With this, India's medal tally in the Tokyo Paralympics has increased to 15.


Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Manish Narwal won gold and Singhraj Adhana won silver in shooting


19-year-old Indian shooter Manish Narwal won the gold medal in the 50m mixed pistol SH1 event. In this, Singhraj managed to win the silver medal by staying second. In the final, Manish Narwal made a new world record by achieving a score of 218. Thus, this is India's third gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.

Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Manish Narwal won gold and Singhraj Adhana won silver in shooting

Earlier today, two Indian Badminton players have secured their medals by entering the finals. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated Manish Narwal on winning the gold medal and Singhraj Adhana on winning the silver medal at the Tokyo Paralympics.