ITBP ‘Himveers’ Steal The Show At All India Archery Championship: Felicitated At Base

By: TNI Team
Updated: November 15, 2021 19:07
ITBP Central Archery team (Twitter Photo)

NEW DELHI: The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) today felicitated their archers, who sweeped all the trophies at the 10th All India Police Archery Championship (AIPAC-2021) and bagged 41 medals. Also Watch & ReadMedicos Laud India’s First Upcoming Nasal Vax; Admit Global R&D Still Required

ITBP DG Sanjay Arora awarded the medalists and their coach with DG’s Insignias and cash rewards as per sports policy of the force for their exemplary performance at the Championship, that was held from November 9 to November 13, 2021 at Greater Noida.

The unprecedented success of ITBP archers will surely be a motivation for other players of the Force

I S Duhan, IG (Training) shared details on the event and said that the event was successfully hosted by ITBP and the Force bagged maximum medals, that is, 41 in all out of total 111 medals in all categories of the Archery Championship.

17 DG’s Discs, 1 Commendation Roll and cash reward of Rs 2,86,000 are being awarded by the DG ITBP to the Archers for their outstanding performance at the Championship

Twenty three members of ITBP’s central archery team participated in the championship, out of which 18 won medals including 18 Golds, 11 Silver and 12 Bronze medals in Recurve, Indian and Compound rounds of the Championship. The ITBP also won the overall championship trophy, men’s and women’s championship trophies.

The ITBP is deployed to guard the extreme borders of the Nation from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh since 1962. For continuous deployment in snowy regions, the jawans of ITBP are known as ‘Himveers’. Also Watch & ReadMeet NEET Toppers: Some Stayed In Kota, Some Went Online To Beat COVID

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