The FISU World University Games 2023 is being played in Chengdu. Currently, India is in fourth place in the medals table with a total of 17 medals including 9 golds, 3 silver, and 5 bronze. Do you know who are the Indian medal winners in FISU World University Games 2023? In this article, we will tell you about all the winners from India who won a medal at the ongoing FISU World University Games 2023. You are just required to stick with this page and go through this article till the end. Swipe down the page and take a look below to know all the 17 medal winners.
FISU World University Games Medal Tally
Nearly 230 athletes from India are participating in the FISU World University Games 2023 held in the People’s Republic of China, Chengdu. Jyothi Yarraji, Tejaswin Shankar, and Manu Bhaker are among the promising names of Indian athletes who traveled to Chengdu. The event started on July 28, 2023, and it will end on August 8. The other high-profile names who are representing India in FISU World University Games 2023 are Priyanka Goswami, Srihari Nataraj, and Amlan Borgohain. Tanisha Singh who is a Badminton player is the youngest athlete from India competing in FISU World University Games 2023. She is 18 years of age. More details about the game have been given in the following section.
|Manu Bhaker||Shooting||Women’s 10m air pistol||Gold|
|Elavenil Valarivan||Shooting||Women’s 10m air rifle||Gold|
|Manu Bhaker, Abhidnya Ashok Patil, and Yashaswini Singh Deswal||Shooting||Women’s 10m air pistol team||Gold|
|Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar||Shooting||Men’s 50m rifle 3P||Gold|
|Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar||Shooting||Men’s 10m air rifle||Gold|
|Arjun Babuta, Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar, and Divyansh Singh Panwar||Shooting||Men’s 10m air rifle team||Gold|
|Ashi Chouksey, Manini Kaushik and Sift Kaur Samra||Shooting||Women’s 50m rifle 3P team||Gold|
|Aman Saini and Pragati||Archery||Compound mixed team||Gold|
|Avneet Kaur||Archery||Compound women’s||Gold|
|Sangampreet Singh Bisla||Archery||Compound men’s||Gold|
|Avneet Kaur, Purvasha, and Pragati||Archery||Compound women’s team||Silver|
|Vijayveer Sidhu, Udhayveer Sidhu, and Adarsh Singh||Shooting||Men’s 25m pistol rapid-fire team||Silver|
|Divyansh Singh Panwar||Shooting||Men’s 10m air rifle||Silver|
|Aman Saini , Rishab Yadav and Sangampreet Singh Bisla||Archery||Compound men’s team||Bronze|
|Reeta Sawaiyan, Sangeeta, and Tanisha Verma||Archery||Recurve women’s team||Bronze|
|Aman Saini||Archery||Compound men’s||Bronze|
|Sartaj Singh Tiwana, Surya Pratap Singh, and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar||Shooting||Men’s 50m rifle 3P team||Bronze|
|Varun Tomar, Arjun Singh Cheema and Anmol Jain||Shooting||Men’s 10m air pistol team||Bronze|
|Yamini Mourya||Judo||Women’s 57kg||Bronze|
At Chengdu, the People’s Republic of China, athletes from different countries will compete in 18 different sports to win a total of 269 medals. Please note that India will only compete in 11 sports at FISU World University Games 2023, including athletics, badminton, judo, fencing, shooting, table tennis, swimming, taekwondo, volleyball, and tennis. However, a wushu team was also about to compete in the game but later it withdrew its name. The ongoing FISU World University Games 2023 is the 31st edition of the biennial multi-sport event. The previous edition of the World University Games was played in 2019 held in Naples. In 2019, India could only win a total of four medals including one gold, one silver, and two bronze.
In 2023, India has already won a total of 17 medals in the FISU World University Games. Shooters Elavenil Valarivan and Manu Bhaker won gold medals in the women’s 10 m air rifle and air pistol events respectively, to open India’s account on the medals table. On the opening day of the event, Manu Bhaker topped the podium in the women’s 10m air pistol team along with Abhidnya Ashok Patil and Yashaswini Deswal. Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar (Shooting), Aman Saini and Pragati (Archery), Avneet Kaur (Archery), Sangampreet Singh Bisla (Archery), Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar (Shooting), Arjun Babuta, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Divyansh Singh Panwar (Shooting) won Gold Medals at World University Games.