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Pioneers always have feet full of thorns and a heart full of love for the path they are on.

— ANJALI BHAGWAT
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Anjali Bhagwat (born 5 December 1969) is a professional Indian sport 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.

Anjali 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 represented India in three consecutive Olympics, and was a finalist in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, a first for any Indian women shooter and also the first Indian athlete to make an Olympic final since P.T. Usha in 1984.

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CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

First Indian to win the ISSF Champion of Champions award.

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FORMER WORLD NO. 1

First Indian to climb to World No. 1 in shooting.

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OLYMPIC FINALIST

First Indian to qualify for Olympic Finals in shooting. Represented India in 3 Olympic Games – 2000, 2004, & 2008.

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WORLD CUP GOLD

First Indian to win World Cup Gold in Shooting.

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KHEL RATNA AND ARJUNA

Khel Ratna (India’s highest sporting award) and Arjuna awardee.

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66 INTERNATIONAL MEDALS

Won 66 international medals and 106 national medals.