Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar Biography: Age, Height, Personal Life, Professional Life, Achievements, Controversies, Facts & Net Worth

Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar Biography: Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar is an Indian Shooter who specializes in 10m Air Rifle & 50m rifle three positions and he has qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the 50m rifle three positions along with the veteran shooter Sanjeev Rajput.


Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar was born on 3rd February 2001 in the Ratanpur village of the Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh. He hails from the family of farmers and is the youngest offspring among the three children. His interest in shooting started from his childhood when sometimes he accompanied his father Veer Bahadur Singh for hunting. He would spend time with his cousin Navdeep Singh Rathore who taught him a lot about shooting. From there he wanted to represent India in the Olympics. 


The youngest of all the three siblings, Aishwary caught the sight of his cousin Navdeep Singh Rathore, an international shooter himself, noticed Aishwary’s talent in the shooting. Aishwary started attending a summer camp at the Madhya Pradesh Shooting Academy. His skill shone immediately but in order to train better as he had to shift his base over 250kms away from his home. Initially, Aishwary practiced three different events- 10 m air rifle, 50 m prone and the three-position. he had to manage his time slots for the training.


In 2015, Aishwary joined the MP Shooting Academy in 2015 where he trained under Vaibhav Sharma. Finally  Aishwary made into the headlines by setting a new junior national shooting record. He set the national record in the 50m rifle three-prone position at the international Meeting of Shooting Hopes at the Czech Republic in July 2018.

Aishwary has also been the part of the junior team who is trained by the veteran shooter Suma Shirur, who joined the MP Shooting Academy in Bhopal. That helped Aishwary tremendously in improving his skills. In fact, Tomar is the second Indian, after veteran Sanjeev Rajput, to have got the quota places in the 3P event. He is a part of the junior team trained by Suma Shirur.

The year 2019 saw Aishwary making his mark in the shooting world as he went on to win more medals. He won the bronze medal in the Asian Airgun Championship in Taoyuan, Taiwan in the Junior 10m Air Rifle event. Then he won the Gold medal at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl in the 50m rifle 3 positions. 

Aishwary recently qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by winning the bronze medal in the 50m rifle 3 positions event at the Asian Shooting Championships in Doha, Germany. Tomar shot a score of 1171 to finish fourth in the qualification round, ten points behind top-ranked Chinese shooter Changhong Zhang. He also won the bronze medal in the 50m rifle 3 positions team event in Suhl, Germany.


Date of Birth- 3 February 2001
Age (as of 2019)- 18 years old
Gender- Male
Birthplace- Ratanpur village, Khargone district, Madhya Pradesh
Complexion- Light Brown
Zodiac sign- Aquarius
Nationality- Indian
Hometown- Khargone district, Madhya Pradesh, India
Nickname- Aquarius
School- Not Known
College- Not known
Occupation-  Shooting
Event- 10m Air Rifle & 50m rifle three positions
Marital Status- Unmarried
Net worth- Not Known
Qualification- Under Graduate
Religion- Hinduism
Ethnicity- Not Known
Sexual Orientation- Straight
Hobbies- Reading Books and listening to Music
Favorite Food- Not Known
Favorite Actor- Not Known
Tattoo – NO
Smoking-  NO


Height- 165 cm (5 ft 5 in)
Weight (approx.) – 134 lbs (61 kg)
Eye Color- Black
Hair Color- Black


Aishwary has become the youngest Indian shooter to have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in the 50m rifle three positions category.


His net worth is not revealed.


Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar has not been involved in any controversy.


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