Manu Bhaker Wiki, Age, Shooter, Biography, Affair, Height, Weight, Family

Manu Bhaker Wiki:

Manu Bhaker is an Indian sports shooter. She is the inspiration for upcoming youth who is interesting in the shooting. Manu Bhaker was born on 18 Feb 2002  in Jhajjar, Haryana, India.

She is a just 16-year teen and made a world record in the shooting. In 2018 Commonwealth Games, She won the gold medal in women’s 10 m air pistol.

The year 2018 is the luckiest year of her. In 2018 She won two gold medals International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF). And She is the youngest Indian to win a gold medal at the ISSF World Cup. Also Read: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu

Career & Family Background:

She started shooting two years back and soon turned into the national champion in each of the three classes. Presently, she was qualified to take an interest in all three formats Youth (U-18), junior (U-21) and senior.

At 2018 Commonwealth Games, Manu Bhaker scored 388/400 points in women’s 10m air pistol qualifying round and qualified for the finals. In the final round of the women’s 10m air pistol event during the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, she secured the gold medal by setting a new Commonwealth Games record of 240.9 points.

His father name is Ram Kishan Bhaker who is a chief engineer in the Merchant Navy. About his mother, we have not any information but we ll update soon as well rest family members.

Manu Bhaker – Wiki – Biography:

NameManu Bhaker
NicknameManu
Age (2018)16 Years
Date of Birth18 Feb 2002
ProfessionSportsperson (Shooter)
Star Sign/ Zodiac SignNot Known
BirthplaceJhajjar, Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India
ReligionHindu
SchoolUpdate Soon
College/ UniversityUpdate Soon
Father’s NameRam Kishan Bhaker
Mather’s NameUpdate Soon
Brother’s NameN/A
Sister’s NameUpdate Soon
International Debut2014
NationalityIndian
Marital StatusNo
SpouseN/A
Girlfriend / BoyfriendN/A
Favorite ActorNot known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Height in Centimeters5’6”
Weight in Kilograms52 kg
AchievementsWon two gold medal at the ISSF World Cup,

Won  gold medal 2018 Commonwealth Games

AwardsUpdate Soon

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