Tokyo Olympics: Manu Bhaker to stay away from social media
The Tokyo Olympics is set to run between July 23 and August 8. Meanwhile, the Indian contingent would also consist of shooters. Meanwhile, promising young female shooter Manu Bhaker has decided to stay away from social media during the event. Here's why.
The athletes of the Indian contingent continue to prepare hard to put on their best show during the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Meanwhile, the Indian shooters are also training in the same manner, as they are being backed to come up with their best performance ever, following a good show in the ISSF World Cup.
Speaking of shooters, one of the promising shooting aspects happens to be 19-year-old Manu Bhaker. As she would be making her Olympics debut this term, she eyes a podium finish.
Meanwhile, she has decided to put her complete focus on the task at hand. As a result, she would be staying away from social media during the entire duration of the Olympics.
"As I enter the last leg of preparation for Tokyo Olympics, I am now going off social media till end of Olympics. I will need your love, blessings n support to bring glory to our country. See you all soon!" she wrote in a tweet.
Bhaker is currently in Croatia, training and taking part in the World Cup. She teamed up with Saurabh Chaudhary in the 10m air pistol mixed team and won the silver but finished fourth in the 25m pistol event.
As far as Bhaker's shooting career is concerned, she has been on a gold-scoring spree, winning 14 gold medals and four silvers to date. Among her gold-winning performances, her best outing has so far come during the World Cup, where she has won nine of them.
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