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'Grave injustice': Mangal Singh Champia deserved to go to Rio ...

Former Olympian and chief coach Limba Ram on Friday said that the Archery Association of India (AAI) has done 'grave injustice' to Mangal Singh Champia who grabbed an individual Olympic quota but was pipped by young Atanu Das to make the team to Rio. The post ... First, 1 day ago
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Das to represent India in archery

Will be only Indian in this category at Rio The Archery Association of India (AAI) on Sunday selected Atanu Das to represent the country in the men's recurve event at the Rio Olympics after conducting trials here. Das will be the only Indian ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Atanu is ecstatic  The Telegraph1 month ago Atanu Das selected for Rio Olympics  Press Trust of India1 month ago Archer Atanu Das makes Rio cut  Millennium Post1 month ago
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Archery Trade Association, Archery Wire Announce Collaboration

NEW ULM, Minnesota Archery and bowhunting manufacturers can now share news throughout the industry, thanks to an initiative from the Archery Trade Association (ATA) and the Archery Wire. The Archery Wire delivers a weekly news digest to nearly ...
 Before It's News1 month ago Indoor Archery  Himalayan Times3 weeks ago Punjab inter divisional archery c'ship  Pakistan Observer1 month ago Will three be Tata archery cradle's lucky number?  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Archery Association of India named three-member Indian women's archery team comprising Deepika Kumari, Bombayla Devi, and Laxmirani Majhi for the Rio Olympics after a series of selection trials in the last
 Financial Express2 months ago Archers are apprehensive  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Mind over matter: Archers set for monu-mental task  New Indian Express1 month ago Mentors upbeat on Deepika  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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Rio Games: Atanu Das books ticket in recurve

Bengaluru: The Archery Association of India (AAI) on Sunday kept faith on Atanu Das and selected him to represent the nation in the men's recurve event at the Rio Olympics after conducting trials here. It will be the 24-year-old's first Olympics ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago Archer Atanu Das qualifies for Rio Olympics  Yahoo! India1 month ago Archer Das qualifies for Rio Olympics  The Gulf Today1 month ago Das on the bus ahead of top guns  New Indian Express1 month ago
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Professional Outdoor Media Association Trusts BIGshot

(Before It's News) BIGshot Archery BIGshot Archery Downingtown, PA -( )-The Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA), respected as a premier association of outdoor TV and radio broadcasters, writers, photographers, ...
 Before It's News2 weeks ago Crosman Proves the BIGshot Extreme 500 Is 1,500 Times Stronger Than a Buffalo!  Before It's News2 weeks ago
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Jesse Broadwater Wins ASA Metropolis 2016 3D Tournament

(Before It's News) Team Easton's Jesse Broadwater utilized a unique method to take Archery Shooter's Association Illinois Pro Am Easton Archery Metropolis, Illinois June 2016— In an unprecedented move, the multi-time World Champion, Jesse ...
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'Archer Champia's experience would have come handy at Rio Games'

IMAGE: Mangal Singh Champia. The Jharkhand archer is a four-time World Cup gold medalist in team events. Photograph: Jeff Gross/Getty Images Former Olympian and chief coach Limba Ram says the Archery Association of India did ‘grave injustice’ to Mangal Singh Champia by denying him a place in the team for the Rio Olympics. “Mangal deserved to have gone to Rio. He earned you the quota. It’s grave injustice to him,” Limba, now a sports officer in the Rajasthan ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Olympic qualified archer asked to prove marksmanship again  Hindustan Times1 month ago Chaibasa archer aims for Rio  The Telegraph1 month ago Rio trials for berth winner Mangal  HT Syndication1 month ago
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Jenkins added to GB archery team

World number three Vicky Jenkins has been added to Great Britain's archery team for the Rio Paralympics. The British Paralympic Association said Jenkins, 39, had been given a discretionary place by the sport's international governing body. ...
 BBC3 weeks ago Eye on PM before Rio  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Indonesian archery secures a ticket to Rio  Jakarta Post1 month ago Taru Kuoppa qualifies for Olympics  Finland Times1 month ago
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Now, Rio beckons wrestle manager

Bhola Nath Singh, general secretary of the state wrestling association, has been appointed as the manager of the Indian squad After three sportspersons and two coaches, the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will see one more ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago IOA raises eyebrows with expectation of 15 medals  Mid Day1 month ago Indian Olympic Association's estimate of 15 medals at Rio raises eyebrows  Hindustan Times1 month ago Indian Olympic Association hopes of 15 medals at Rio  Times of India1 month ago
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