Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar is an accomplished Indian sport shooter who has made his mark in the shooting world. In 2019, he achieved a significant milestone by winning the bronze medal in the 50-meter rifle three-position event at the Asian Shooting Championships. His outstanding performance earned him an award and also secured a spot for India at the 2020 Summer Olympics. On 25 September 2023, he grabbed headlines for winning a gold medal in Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games along with Rudrankksh Patil and Divyansh Panwar. Tomar’s dedication and skill have made him a valuable asset in Indian shooting sports.
|Name||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar|
|Date of Birth||3 February 2001|
|Birth Place||Ratanpur, Khargone, Madhya Pradesh|
|Home Town||Khargone, Madhya Pradesh|
|Parents||Mother: Hema Tomar (Housewife)|
Father: Veer Bahadur (Farmer)
|Siblings||Sister: Apurva Tomar and Tanvi Ajit Singh Kushwah|
Brother: Navdeep Singh Rathore (Cousin)
|Net Worth||15-20 Lakh (Approx.)|
Birth & Early Life
Aishwary Tomar was born on February 3, 2001, in Ratanpur village, Khargone district, Madhya Pradesh. He comes from a Tomar Rajput family of farmers and is the youngest of three children. Aishwary had a unique upbringing where he often went hunting with his father, Veer Bahadur, who was a landlord. It was during these hunting trips that he developed an interest in sport shooting, thanks to his cousin Navdeep Singh Rathore, who taught him the basics.
Aishwary’s formal training in shooting began in 2015 when he joined the Madhya Pradesh Shooting Academy in Bhopal to pursue his passion for the sport.
Aishwary Tomar is a remarkable shooter who has achieved great success in various competitions. In 2023, at the World Championships in Baku, he won a gold medal in the 50m rifle 3 positions team event.
In the ISSF World Cup held in New Delhi in 2021, Aishwary displayed his talent by securing a gold medal in the 50m rifle 3 positions event, a silver in the 10m air rifle men’s team event, and a bronze in the 50m rifle 3 positions mixed team event. His skills were further recognized at the Asian Shooting Championships in 2019, where he earned bronze medals in both the 50m rifle 3 positions and 50m rifle 3 positions team events. Aishwary’s success continued in junior competitions, winning gold and silver medals in the 50m rifle 3 positions and mixed team events at the ISSF Junior World Championships in Lima in 2021.
Additionally, he clinched gold in the same discipline at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Suhl in 2019. At the Asian Airgun Championships in Taoyuan in 2019, he secured a bronze medal in the Junior 10m air rifle event. The year 2021 proved to be particularly outstanding for Aishwary as he dominated the World University Games in Chengdu, winning gold medals in the 10m air rifle, 50m rifle 3 positions, and 10m air rifle team events. He also secured a bronze in the 50m rifle 3 positions team event. Aishwary Tomar’s consistent excellence in shooting has made him a rising star in the world of sports.
Aishwary achieved a remarkable victory on September 25, 2023, by securing the gold medal in the 10m Rifle shooting event at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games.
|Height||In Feet: 5’7” ft|
In Meter: 1.70 m
|Weight||In Pound: 60 lbs|
In Kilogram: 132 Kg
|Body Shape||Chest: 40 inches|
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
|Hobbies||Travelling, Cycling, Reading Books etc.|