Abhinav Singh Bindra (born September 28, 1982, in Dehradun Athlete Biography: AbhinavBindra. The official website of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.) is an Indian shooter and is a World and Olympic champion in the 10 m Air Rifle event. By winning the gold in the 10 m Air Rifle event at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, he became the first Indian to win an individual gold medal at the Olympic Games. It was also India's first gold medal since 1980, when the Men's Field Hockey Team won the gold.
06.11.2012 [The Week] - Does she think that the reactions to her bronze-medal win are a bit exaggerated? “Why?” asks Mary, a tad aggressively. “Why should I think that since I have not won gold or silver I should not celebrate? Look at AbhinavBindra [gold medallist at the
25.10.2012 [Best Media Info] - Shooting is a solitary sport and one that has consumed AbhinavBindra's life since he was 13, with his parents giving him a private shooting range so he could follow his dreams. Those dreams became reality at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, when he won
23.10.2012 [Times of India] - Two years later, I was in the State Championship." Karmakar, who trains alongside Olympic gold medalist AbhinavBindra, further said shooting is the best sport in India, having earned so many medals for the country. "Indian shooters are all over the place.
18.07.2012 [Yahoo! Sports] - AbhinavBindra (Shooting). Bindra enters the 2012 Summer Olympics as the reigning gold medalist and world champion in the 10m air rifle event. Bindra is the first Indian to win an individual gold medal, and the first since 1980. He enters the Olympics
07.07.2012 [AFP] - The gold medal, won by AbhinavBindra in the men's 10-metre air rifle, was the country's first-ever individual success, and it triggered nationwide celebrations. Now India's coaches are hoping for further signs of progress at the London Games after a
18.07.2012 [Yahoo! Sports] - AbhinavBindra. The holder of the only gold ever won in an individual sport for India is looking to repeat. Bindra won the gold in the 10m air rifle at the Beijing Games in 2008. He admits to not being prepared for the sweep of fame he was caught up in
30.07.2012 [AFP] - LONDON — Indian Olympic shooting champion AbhinavBindra crashed out of the London Games on Monday, failing to repeat his feat in Beijing, where he became his country's first individual gold medallist. Bindra, 29, was in contention to reach the final
30.07.2012 [Fox Sports América Latina] - Su compatriota, el campeón vigente AbhinavBindra, ni siquiera pudo entrar la final tras figurar 16to en la eliminatoria. El oro de Bindra en Beijing fue el primer individual del deporte de India en unos Juegos Olímpicos. Campriani reconoció que se
31.07.2012 [AFP] - It was at the same event in Beijing four years ago that AbhinavBindra won the country's first ever individual Olympic gold medal, raising hopes that there was more to Indian sport than just cricket. Bindra failed to make the eight-man final in London
30.07.2012 [Yahoo! Sports] - Zhu Qinan will have been inspired by the weekend victories of Chinese countrywomen Yi Siling and Guo Wenjun. Zhu won in Athens and was runner-up in Beijing by just eight-tenths of a point to AbhinavBindra, who became India's first individual Olympic
25.07.2012 [AFP] - En los Juegos de Pekín-2008, India acabó con tres medallas, una de ellas de oro, la de AbhinavBindra en tiro (carabina 10 metros), mientras que Pakistán no sube al podio desde un bronce en Barcelona-1992. En su caso, de los diez metales conseguidos
30.07.2012 [AFP] - Narang's compatriot, the defending Olympic champion AbhinavBindra -- India's first ever individual gold medallist -- was knocked out in the earlier qualifying round. Moldoveanu, who qualified for the final with an Olympic-record-equalling score of 599