Thirteen Olympic-bound pistol and rifle shooters are currently training in Zagreb after having participated as guest invitees in the European Championship recently in Osijek.
While the Bhakers consider studies very important, shooting competitions are a priority for one of India's biggest medal hopes at the Tokyo Olympics.
After making headlines during the ISSF Delhi World Cup, the shooters have mostly been confined to their respective places, still unsure what their next step will be in build-up to Tokyo Olympics.
India's Chinky Yadav on Wednesday clinched the gold medal in the women's 25m pistol event.
The Indians beat Golnoush Sebhatollahi and Javed Foroughi of Iran 16-12, making a brilliant rally after trailing 0-4 at the end of the second series.
World no 1 shooter Divyansh Singh Panwar clinched the bronze medal in 10m Air Rifle (men's category) and opened India's medal account.
The NRAI had announced a 57-member Indian team for the year's first combined ISSF World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun stage, scheduled in New Delhi's Dr Karni Singh Shooting range.
The 19-year-old Commonwealth Games and Youth Olympics gold medallist pistol shooter had sought action against two employees of the airline, for alleged 'harassment' and 'insulting' her.
She also accused an Air India staff of misbehaving and deleting from her phone photos she took while being 'harassed'.
The organisers have introduced a new category this year -- 'Emerging Player of the Year' and the winner of which will be decided by the jury instead of voting.
As the name suggests, the competition, which is organised by the Kuwait Shooting Federation, will be held online and the Indians will compete at the Dr Karni Shooting Range in Delhi.
The competition, which is organised by the Kuwait Shooting Federation, will be held online and the Indians will compete at the Dr Karni Shooting Range in Delhi.
Sanjana Kiran is a high performance expert in the field of sport psychology and performance psychology and has provided support to elite athletes and elite coaches in preparation for major events.
The 18-year-old pistol ace, a Commonwealth Games and Youth Olympics gold medallist, will train in Bhopal from January 4-10, before reporting for her selection trials here on January 11.
A Sharath Kamal has seen most things thanks to his experience in playing at major multidiscipline Games — three Asiads, four CWGs and three Summer Games.