Harvinder Singh

He had his eyes on the target, and archer Harvinder Singh scripted history by becoming the first Indian to win a medal in archery at the Paralympics. The 29-year-old clinched a bronze in the men’s individual recurve defeating South Korea’s Kim Min Su.

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Also Read: India is unstoppable at the Tokyo Paralympics as the country’s medal tally reached 11 with high jumper Praveen Kumar’s win. The 18-year-old, who clinched a silver, set a new Asian record with his 2.07m jump.

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