Indian Shooter Singhraj wins Silver medal at Tokyo Paralympics 2020 (debut) in Mixed 50m Pistol SH1

Publish Date: 04 Sep, 2021
Indian Shooter Singhraj wins Silver medal at Tokyo Paralympics 2020 (debut) in Mixed 50m Pistol SH1

Shooter Singhraj wins Silver medal at Tokyo Paralympics 2020:

The Indian Contingent at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020 has been performing the best and sending one good news after another. The past few days have been in good fate for India at Tokyo Paralympics 2020, and now another good news has been received from Tokyo.


As per the recent reports, Indian Shooter Singhraj wins the Silver medal at Tokyo Paralympics 2020 in Mixed 50m Pistol SH1, which is his second medal at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020, after a Bronze medal. 

So, in this article further, let’s know more about Singhraj.

Shooter Singhraj Age:

Shooter Singhraj is 39 years old. 

SInghraj's full name is Singhraj Adana, who made his debut at the Paralympics games with Tokyo Paralympics 2020 at the age of 39 and won a Bronze medal.

Singhraj Adana shot a total of 216.8 to finish in third place after he qualified for the eight-man final as the sixth-best shooter.

While this achievement of Singhraj Adana at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020 made India proud, and PM Modi also congratulated Singhraj over this immense achievement.

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