Jitu Rai wins Silver at the Shooting World Championships 2014

Jitu Rai wins Silver at the Shooting World Championships 2014

 Jitu Rai wins Silver at the Shooting World Championships 2014 Jitu Rai, supported by OGQ won a Silver medal in the 50 m Free Pistol event at the Shooting World Championships in Granada, Spain. He also won a 2016 Rio Olympics quota place for India. 27 year old Jitu, in the form of his life shot a score of 565/600 to ...read more..

P. V. Sindhu wins Bronze at the 2014 World Championship

P. V. Sindhu wins Bronze at the 2014 World Championship

19 year old P V Sindhu, supported by OGQ, lost her semi final against Carolina Marin of Spain 17-21,15-21 at the 2014 World Championship in Copenhagen, Denmark. She becomes the first Indian badminton player to win two medals at the World Championships. The match with European Champion and 9th seed Marin lasted 47 minutes and Sindhu fought valiantly till the ...read more..

CWG Wrap Up – Note From Viren

CWG Wrap Up - Note From Viren

Performance of Indian athletes supported by OGQ at CWG 2014 Dear friends, As the curtains close on the 2014 Glasgow CWG, let's reflect on the overall performance of the 20 athletes supported by OGQ. Badminton: Parupalli Kashyap saved the best for the last. His thrilling win in the final over D. Wong of Singapore made him only the third Indian to win the men's ...read more..

Shooters shine on day 3 at CWG2014

Shooters shine on day 3 at CWG2014

  10 m Air Pistol Men  Prakash Nanjappa - Silver Prakash Nanjappa won the silver medal after shooting a great final in his maiden CWG appearance. 38 year old Prakash has to be given a lot of credit for his perseverance with Shooting after recovering from Bell's palsy just last year. He topped the qualification round with a score of 580/600 and held ...read more..

Teen shooting sensation Malaika Goel wins Silver for India at CWG2014

Teen shooting sensation Malaika Goel wins Silver for India at CWG2014

Malaika Goel, supported by OGQ, won the Silver medal in the 10 m Air Pistol event at the Barry Buddon Shooting centre in Scotland. 16 year old Malaika displayed composure beyond her years in the final to clinch the silver medal for India. She shot a 197.1 in the final missing the gold medal by 1.5 points to Shun Xie ...read more..

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We are a a non-profit organization co-founded by sports legend Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone with a mission to help Indian athletes win olympic Gold Medals. At the London 2012 Olympics, 4 out of the 6 medal winners (viz. Vijay Kumar, Gagan Narang, Saina Nehwal and Mary Kom) were supported by us.

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