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This shooting star has an Olympic dream

DNMUM443264 | 9/21/2019 | Author : Team DNA | WC :2875

Rahi Sarnobat, ace 25m pistol shooter who has secured one of India’s nine Olympic quota spots for 2020 Summer Games to be held in Tokyo, talks to us about her dreams of winning medal at the quadrennial event. The 28-year-old from Kolhapur also gave us an insight into her journey so far
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After becoming the first Indian pistol shooter to win World Cup gold in 2013, Rahi Sarnobat added another gold in her kitty this year at ISSF World Cup in Munich. The shooting sensation now aims to win a medal at the 2020 Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo. She talks to Team DNA about her journey so far, goals and Olympic preparations.

You won your second World Cup gold in Munich earlier this year and with it an Olympic quota place in women’s 25m pistol shooting. How do you look back at 2019 so far?
This year was not as successful, but it was full of experiences and learning. This was the first year I was competing under the guidance of my coach (Munkhbayar Dorjsuren, two-time Olympic bronze medallist). I h
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