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Atanu Das Archery: Age, Olympics, World Ranking, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Records, Wife

Atanu Das-

Born on 5th April 1992, Atanu Das is an Indian archer who represents the nation in the Recurve Men’s Individual and Team events. He hails from Kolkata, West Bengal and did his schooling from Baranagar Narendranath Vidyamandir, Baranagar. Atanu started archery at the age of 14 under the coaching of Mithu Da. In 2008, he moved to Tata Archery Academy and began training under the Korean coach Lim Chae Wong. Atanu is righthanded and his arrows are 28″ long and his draw weight is 37.5 lbs. He made his international debut in 2008 and is one of India’s leading male recurve archers. Currently employed in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, Kolkata, Atanu’s current world ranking is 34. He will be representing the Indian Men team in individual as well as team Recurve events in Tokyo 2020-Olympics after the Indian team finished second behind China at the World Championships in s’Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) in June.

Age – 27 years – Born on 5th April 1992

Current World Archery Ranking – 34


Atanu Das Archery career achievements/medals:

Asian Grand Prix

  • He won Gold Medal in the 3rd Asian Grand Prix 24-31 May 2011 in Dhaka Bangladesh in Individual Men (Recurve)

World Youth Championship

  • Silver medal (men’s team) at 2011 World Youth Championship in Legnica, Poland

World Cup

  • Bronze medal (mixed team) with Deepika Kumari in the 2013 World Cup
  • Bronze medal (mixed team) in 2014 World Cup at Medellin, Columbia (second leg)
  • Silver medal (men’s team) in 2104 World Cup at Medellin, Columbia (second leg)
  • Silver medal (men’s team) in 2014 World Cup at Wroclaw, Poland (final leg)

World University Championships

  • Silver medal (mixed team) in 2014 World University Championships Legnica, Poland

Asian Archery Championships

  • Bronze medal (individual) in 2019 Asian Archery Championships in Bangkok
  • Bronze medal (recurve team) in 2019 Asian Archery Championships in Bangkok
  • Bronze medal (mixed) in 2019 Asian Archery Championships in Bangkok

World Archery Championships

  • Silver medal (men’s team) in the 2019 World Archery Championships at ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

Olympics

  • A narrow loss in the Rio Olympics quarterfinals
  • He will be representing Indian Men team in individual as well as team Recurve events in Tokyo 2020-Olympics

Arjuna Award

Not yet


Hobbies:

Collection of Stamps.


Family Members

Fiancee – Deepika Kumari

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