Avani Lekhara: India’s Paralympic Gem Shines Bright with Gold at Asian Para Games 2022


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In a momentous event at the Asian Para Games 2022, India’s pride, Avani Lekhara, showcased her exceptional talent and determination in the R2 10m Air Rifle Standing SH1 category. With an outstanding total score of 249.6, she not only secured the gold medal for India but also set a new Asian Para Games Record, leaving the entire nation in awe of her remarkable achievement.

Avani Lekhara, a participant in the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (#TOPSchemeAthlete), has once again made her mark on the international stage. Her victory not only signifies personal excellence but also adds to India’s growing medal tally in Para Shooting at the Asian Para Games 2022.

This triumph marks India’s second medal in Para Shooting at the Asian Para Games 2022, filling the hearts of millions with pride and joy. Avani’s dedication, skill, and unwavering spirit have illuminated the path for aspiring athletes across the nation.

As we celebrate Avani Lekhara’s historic win, let us also recognize the immense efforts, sacrifices, and passion that lie behind this moment of glory. Her achievement not only represents a victory for herself but also for the entire nation, inspiring generations to come.

Congratulations, Avani, for your outstanding performance and for making India proud on the international stage. Your golden feat will be remembered as a shining example of determination and excellence, motivating athletes worldwide to reach for the stars.

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