Saurabh Chaudhary, who won gold in India's 11th standard, helps father in farming

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Saurabh Chaudhary, who won gold in India's 11th standard, helps father in farming
Sports Desk: 16 year old shooter Saurabh Chaudhary won gold medal in the 10 meter air pistol men's event. It is the first Indian shooter to make such a nomination in an Asian Games. India's Abhishek Verma made the bronze medal in this event. Asian Games 2018, India won the third gold medal. Saurabh received 240.7 points breaking the record of Asian Games in the Asian Games. Abhishek was at the third spot with 219.3 points. Sourabh also helps his father in farming at home. Saurabh said, 'I love to cultivate, we do not get more holiday in practice, but whenever I am going to a village I help my father'
Saurabh Bachchan on the moon marks
Abhishek from Keralan village of Meerut started shooting in 2015. From childhood, he had to dream about the country. In 2018 he got a chance. Saurabh made three gold medals in his Junior World Cup. He won gold in the most difficult Aisad following Olympic. Saurabh Choudhary, studying in 11th standard, coaches in Veer Shahamal Rifle Club in Unauli, Baghpat, practiced in the supervision of Amit Udayan. Apart from this, known shooter Jaspal Rana has also played an important role in bringing out Hunner.
2020 Olympic next goal
Born in a farmer family, Saurabh Chaudhary's next goal is to give the nation a gold medal in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Abhinav Bindra was able to do the same at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. With the gold medal in 2017, Saurabh Youth has qualified for the Olympics.

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