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AMU member wins gold in national shooting contest

india Updated: Dec 23, 2006 01:46 IST
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VARSHA TOMAR, an LDC clerk with MCTE and a member of the Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) shooting team, on Friday arrived at Mhow after winning gold medal (double trap event) in the 50th National Shotgun Shooting Championship.

The championship was held at Trap and Skeet range, which is a part of the Karni Singh shooting range in Delhi. Major S V S Rajvee of AMU said that one more AMU team member, Major Reena Singh won bronze medal in the same event. Lt Col Rajvardhan Singh Rathore won the Olympic silver medal in the double-trap shooting event.

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