Fifteen-year-old shooter Esha Singh can now dream to represent India in the next Olympics. The former junior World Cup silver medallist is a member of the core group of shooters picked by the National Rifle Association of India for the next edition of Olympics.
It is a great opportunity as she “missed out narrowly in the Olympic trials held in March this year for the originally scheduled Games this year”.
“I am proud to be named in the group and frankly I was not expecting this even though I was pleased with the way I have been performing in the international circuit before the lockdown,” says Esha, who won the Asian junior championship 10 m air pistol gold last November.
“I am not going to Delhi for the shooting ranges there are opened only for those who need them and it is not a national camp which I should attend compulsorily,” says Esha, who is thankful to her sponsors…