Tushar Mane Wiki
Tushar Mane is an Indian Shooter who is actively performing on the 10-meter Air Rifle. He has been selected for the Summer youth Olympics 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the Buenos Aires Summer Youth Olympics 2018, Tushar Mane has claimed Silver Medal in the 10M Air Rifle. Check Below to Know about Tushar Mane Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Medal, Awards, Personal Life.
Tushar Mane Personal Life and Career
The Full name of the Tushar Mane is Shahu Tushar Mane. He was born on 26-01-2002 in Maharastra. However, He started his career as a Shooter and joined the Indian team as a 10M Air Rifle Shooter. He has achieved many medals in and out of India. The Medals achieved by the Tushar mane are the Gold medalist in the 10M Air Rifle Jr. World Cup, 2018, Suhl, Germany with a Team World Record. Tushar mane has made the team India in small age by Achieving Jr. World Cup with a World record.
Tushar Mane Biography
Name: Shahu Tushar Mane
Nickname: Tushar Mane
Date of Birth: 26-01-2002
Fathers Name: Details Not Available
Mother’s name: Details Not Available
Siblings: Details Not Available
Marital Status: Single
School: Details Not Available
Colleges: Details not Available
Event: 10m air rifle
Current profile: Shooting
Hobbies: Details Not Available
Tushar Mane Medals & Achievements
- Gold Medal: 10M Air Rifle Jr. World Cup, 2018, Suhl, Germany, Team World Record
- 6th Place: 10M Air Rifle Junior World Cup, 2018, Sydney, Australia
- Bronze Medal: 10M Air Rifle 10th Asian Air Gun 2017, Japan
- Silver Medal: 10M Air Rifle BUENOS AIRES Summer Youth Olympics 2018.
Highlights in Buenos Aires Summer Youth Olympics 2018
Tushar Mane has Claimed a Silver Medal in the 10m Air Rifle on the First Day of the Competition.
Mane was at the third position before reaching the Finals. At last, he fought hard to beat the Girgoli Shamakov but unfortunately, he lost and Claimed Silver Medal with 247.5 points.
🥇 Grigorii Shamakov – RUS 🇷🇺
🥈 Shahu Tushar Mane – IND 🇮🇳
🥉 Aleksa Mitrovic – SRB 🇷🇸 pic.twitter.com/1ATs6QnU3j
— Olympics (@Olympics) October 7, 2018
— Abhinav Bindra OLY (@Abhinav_Bindra) October 7, 2018