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Riflemen bag 3 gold

Imphal, Nov. 30: Assam Rifles Archery Club swept all the three medals in the 50-metre menís Olympic round (Indian round) in the 23rd senior archery championship, 2012, at Khuman Lampak in Imphal today.

H. Bijendranath won the gold, Y. Bishorjit won the silver and Bimal Tete won the bronze in this competition.

In the 50-metre womenís Olympic round (Indian round) O. Naobi of South Imphal Centre for Archery, M. Aruna of Vasco Archery Academy and Th. Usharani of Yaiskul Athletics Club won the gold, silver and bronze respectively.

In the 50-metre Olympic round compound (women), R.K. Seityapriya of Vasco, P. Lily of SAI and Gitanjali Laishram of Vasco won the gold, silver and bronze respectively.

In the 50-metre Olympic round compound (men) Sh. Ramakanta of SAI, N. Paikhomba of Universal Archery Centre and K. Somen of Manipur Police Sports Club won the gold, silver and bronze. In the 70-metre Olympic round women (recurve) A. Surmila of SAI, L. Devala of Vasco and A. Shimla of Vasco won the gold, silver and bronze. In the 70-metre Olympic round menís (recurve), Th. Sanatomba of Assam Rifles, N. Subaschandra of Assam Rifles and K. Manjit of Grace won the gold, silver and bronze. In the double 50-metre compound women P. Lily of SAI, R.K. Satyapriya of Vasco and Gitanjali Laishram of Vasco won the gold, silver and bronze. In the 50-metre double compound men K. Somen of Manipur Police SC, Ksh. Nikon Mangnang of Yaiskul and M. Anupam of Assam Rifles won the gold, silver and the bronze.


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