• Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

Aditi Swami Becomes Senior World Champion in Compound Archery at the age of 17.

Aditi Swami made history on Saturday when she became the youngest-ever senior world champion in compound archery. The 17-year-old from Satara, India, defeated Andrea Becerra of Mexico in the final of the World Archery Championships in Berlin, shooting a near-perfect score of 149 out of 150 points.

Swami’s victory is a major breakthrough for Indian archery. She is the first Indian to win an individual compound gold medal at the World Archery Championships, and she is the youngest senior world champion in any discipline in the history of the sport.

Swami’s success is even more remarkable given her humble beginnings. She started archery at the age of 10 at an academy on a sugarcane field in Satara. Her father, a government school maths teacher, is her coach.

Swami’s rise to the top of the archery world has been meteoric. She won the junior world title in July, and she followed that up with her senior world championship victory just two months later.

Swami is now the face of Indian archery, and she is sure to inspire a new generation of archers in the country. She is a role model for young girls everywhere, and she has shown that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.

Swami’s victory is a major boost for Indian archery, and it is a sign that the country is on the rise in the sport. With Swami leading the way, India is sure to be a force to be reckoned with in the years to come.

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