It’s a very proud moment for our country that Manish Narwal wins a gold medal at the Tokyo Paralympics 2020. He wins a gold medal in the P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 event with a Paralympic record of 218.2 shots in the Paralympics Games in Tokyo.
Manish Narwal is the third individual who won a gold medal in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020. Earlier Avani Lekhara and Sumit Antil won a gold medal for India in the Paralympics Games in Tokyo. Avani Lekhara won the first gold medal for India in the women’s 10m Air Rifle SH1 event in the Tokyo Paralympics Games. Sumit Antil won a second gold medal in the men’s javelin throw F64 category with a new record of 68.55m for India in the ongoing Tokyo Paralympics Games.
In the year 2016, the Father of Narwal, Dilbagh took Manish to a close shooting range at Ballabhgarh that run by coach Rakesh Thakur. It changed the life of Manish and started practice daily. Manish Narwal won a gold medal in the P1 Air Pistol SH1 event at the Bangkok Word Cup 2017. He was also won another gold medal in P1 and a silver medal in P4 at the Asian Para Games Jakarta 2018.