Anjali Bhagwat

Anjali Bhagwat

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:05 Dec,1969
:49 years, 8 months
:Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

About Anjali Bhagwat

Anjali Bhagwat (born December 5, 1969) is a professional Indian shooter. She became the World Number One in 10m Air Rifle in 2002. She also won her first World Cup Final in Milan, in 2003, with a score of 399/400.

Career Highlights:

  • Bhagwat won the ISSF Champion of Champions award and is the only Indian to win the ISSF Champions' Trophy in Air Rifle Men & Women mixed event at Munich in 2002. 
  • She has won 12 gold and 4 silver medals in the Commonwealth Games. She is a Commonwealth record holder in 10m Air Rifle and Sports Rifle 3P. 
  • In the 2003 Afro-Asian Games, Bhagwat created history by becoming the first Indian woman shooter to get gold and a silver medal in the Sports 3P and Air Rifle events respectively.
  • she has won 31 Gold, 23 Silver and 7 Bronze medals. She has set 13 new records in International competitions and has won 55 Gold, 35 Silver and 16 Bronze medals, with 8 new records in national competitions in India.

Anjali Bhagwat Achievements

2003:Rajiv Gandhi Khel-Ratna

2000:Arjuna Award

1992:Shree Shiv Chattrapati Award

1993:Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar

1993:Vasantrav Naik Pratishthan Puraskar

2002:Indo-American Society  Young Achiever award

2003:Times Group Maharashtra Shaan

2003:Hero Indian Sports Award -Best sportswoman

2003:HISA Sports Woman of the year

2003:HISA Shooter of the year

2004:HISA Shooter of the year

2005:GR8 women achievers award

2005:Teacher's achievement award

2006:F I E Foundation National award