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Abhishek Verma wins Bronze medal for India in 10m Air Pistol competition

Isn’t it a great feeling of winning medals for India at the prestigious event? Yes, nodded Abhishek Verma who proudly won the second bronze medal for our country in the 18th edition of Asian Games which is currently being held in Indonesia10m Air Pistol event at the 2018 Asiad. 

It’s raining medals for India at the Asian Games 2018 and our athletes have been playing with determination to show that they have got everything in them to win the medals. By witnessing the virtue of all these recitals from the Indian players, we can come to a firm conclusion that India’s sporting future is in safe hands now.

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The 29-year-old Indian shooter who shot 219.3 to clinch the bronze medal even expressed his happiness talking to the media. “I feel happy that I could do this for India. I feel great. I was a little nervous in the final but later I calmed down, I am happy with my performance,” he told PTI.

In the 5th series, he did his best and shot a couple of 10.7s to surge himself ahead into medal contention. He and another bright prospect Manu Bhaker had tumbled in the mixed team event as they fail to qualify for the final.

Talking about the missed opportunity that went begging, he said, “The fact that Manu and I failed to qualify in the mixed team, we were not disappointed. We learnt a lot.”

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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