India’s Komalika Bari Becomes Recurve Cadet World Champion

Komalika Bari became the recurve cadet world champion ensuring India clinch second gold on the final day of the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid. The 17-year-old Jharkhand girl defeated higher-ranked Sonoda Waka of Japan on Sunday.

Komalika showed great composure to take a 4-0 lead and went on to finish the contest 7-3.

Following the win, she became India’s second recurve cadet (under-18) world champion after archer Deepika Kumari won the title in 2009.

India also won a gold medal in the compound junior mixed pair event on Sunday and had clinched a bronze in the compound junior men's team event on Friday.

. Read more on Olympic Sports by The Quint.RSS & BJP’s Nehru-Netaji ‘Cosplay’: Irony Dies a Thousand DeathsSchools, Offices Shutdown After Jaitley’s Demise? It’s Fake News . Read more on Olympic Sports by The Quint.