Anish Bhanwala

Profession: Sportsman, Student


Father of Anish Bhanwala

Jagpal Bhanwala (Advocate)

Sister of Anish Bhanwala

Muskan Bhanwala (Shooter)

Information about Anish Bhanwala

Anish's elder sister Muskan Bhanwala is an International Medalist.  In the Commonwealth Games 2018. At age 15 Anish won a gold medal for India and became the youngest Indian to win a gold medal in Commonwealth Games.  Anish Bhanwala is an Indian shooter.  In 2017 Commonwealth Shooting Championships he won silver in 25m Rapid Fire Men.  He is from Karnal Haryana and competes in the 25 meter rapid fire pistol, 25 meter pistol, and 25 meter standard pistol events.  He attended high school at St. Theresa's Convent Sr. Sec. School.  In ISSF Junior World Cup 2018, Sydney he won one individual gold and one team silver in 25m Rapid Fire Junior Men.  Bhanwala was born in Karnal, Haryana.  Does Anish Bhanwala smoke?: Not Known  He represented India at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, 2018 Asian Games, ISSF Junior World Championship 2017 (Suhl), Commonwealth Shooting Championships 2017 (Brisbane), World Shooting Championships 2018 and numerous ISSF Senior and Junior World Cups.  Does Anish Bhanwala drink alcohol?: Not Known  In 25m Standard Pistol event Anish created a New World Record by shooting 579/600 score.  His passion for shooting came while participating in modern pentathlon events.  In Sydney in 2018, Anish won a Gold medal in 25m Rapid Fire Pistol event. This was the first time in history that two siblings won individual Gold in any ISSF series.[5] He moved to Delhi in 2017 to have the best practice facilities.  He represented the country at U-12 modern pentathlon World Championships in 2013 and Asian modern pentathlon Championships in 2015. Shooting was his favourite among the pentathlon's five sports.  Anish joined the Indian Shooting Team in 2017.  He had the full support of his parents.  She won an individual Gold and a Team Gold medal in ISSF Junior World Cup, Sydney, 2018.  In ISSF Junior World Championship 2017, Suhl, Anish won two gold, two silver, and one bronze.  His father borrowed a pistol for him to shoot at a range. 


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