Tarundeep Rai

Tarundeep Rai Bio

Tarundeep Rai, an Indian Athlete is an Indian Archer, who began his career with his debut in international archery at the age of 19 years when he played at the Asian Archery Championship 2003 held at Yangon, Myanmar. He is best known to be the first Indian to win an individual men’s silver medal in archery at the 16th Asian Games on 24 November 2010 in Guangzhou, China.

Rai was a member of the Indian archery team that won the bronze medal at the 15th Asian Games in Doha in 2006, and also a member of the Indian men’s recurve team at the 2012 London Olympics. He was honored with the Arjuna Award – the highest recognition given to a sportsman in India, in the year 2005.

 Tarundeep Rai Bio
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NameTarundeep Rai 
Nick NameTarun
ProfessionIndian Athlete- Indian Archer
Famous ForFirst Indian to win an individual men's silver medal in archery- 16th Asian Games on 24 November 2010 in Guangzhou, China.
DebutAge of 19 years- Asian Archery Championship 2003 held at Yangon, Myanmar.
Personal Information
Date of Birth22nd February 1984
Age (as in 2021)37 Years
Birthplace Namchi, Sikkim, India
Zodiac signPisces
NationalityIndian
Hometown Namchi, Sikkim, India
ReligionHindu
Physical Status
Height (approx.)5’8 Inches
Weight (approx.)60 kg
Body Measurements (B-C-W)14-42-32
Eye ColourLight Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Career
HonoursArjuna Award by the Government of India in the year 2005.
AchievementsWon a silver medal in 2005 World Championships in the Men’s team event held in Madrid.
Won a silver medal in2019 World Championships in Men’s team event held in Hertogenbosch.
Won a silver medal in Recurve Men’s Team in Archery World Cup in Turkey in 2012.
Won a Silver Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in Archery World Cup in 2011.
Won a Silver Medal in Recurve Men’s Individual in Asian Games in 2010.
Won a Gold Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in Archery World Cup in 2010.
Won a Silver Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in Archery World Cup in 2010.
Won a Gold Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in the 2nd Asian Grand Prix, Bangkok, Thailand in 2010.
Won a Gold Medal to his name in Recurve Men’s Team in the 5th Asian Grand Prix Tournament in 2009.
Won a Gold Medal in Recurve Men’s Individual in the 5th Asian Grand Prix Tournament in 2009.
Won a Gold Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in the 2nd Asian Grand Prix Tournament in 2009.
Won a Silver Medalist in Recurve Men’s Individual in the 2nd Asian Grand Prix Tournament in 2009.
Won a Bronze Medal in Recurve Men’s Team in Asian Games, 2006
Won the Silver Medalist in Men’s Team in the 43rd World Outdoor Target Archery Championships in 2005.
Net Worth$1 Million – $10 Million

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