New Delhi: The Olympics is considered the world's largest sporting event. Every player has a wish to win medals from the country at the Olympics. He prepares for this for quite some time. This episode includes India's gold medalist shooter Abhishek Verma. Verma had won the gold medal in the ISSF World Cup in the past. He said that to win the Olympic medal requires different mental stability.
The 30-year-old shooter from Haryana won the Olympic quota by winning a gold medal in the 10-meter air pistol at the Beijing World Cup in April this year. He won the second yellow medal in the World Cup in Rio last week. He won the silver medal in the ten meter air pistol mixed category along with Yashaswini Singh Deswal. Abhishek told the press trust, 'Shooting is more a mental game than a physical one. In the Olympics, we will need different types of mental stability and confidence.
For this I am doing mental exercises, yoga and meditation. This gold medalist shooter said that I have to work on complete preparation but the main focus will be on mental peace. In the final, when you hit the target and there is noise from behind, the focus shifts away. In such a situation, scores of nine or eight start coming. This is the focus. India currently have a very young team in shooting and Abhishek said that healthy competition among the shooters is helping the shooters.
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