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Avneet Kaur Sidhu (Muktsar, December 11, 1981) is an Indian shooter. She won the gold medal in the Women's 10m Air Rifle (Pairs) with Tejaswini Sawant at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.[1] She contested in the 10 m air rifle and 50 m rifle three positions at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Her various achievements in national and international events are: Commonwealth Games 2006, Melbourne - Gold medal Team Silver Medal Individual Asian Games,Doha 2006 - Bronze medal 11th Asian Shooting Championship, Kuwait, 2007 - Bronze medal 33rd National Games, Guwahati, 2007 - two silver medals 51st National Shooting Championship,Ahmedabad - Gold medal Besides this, she has represented India in 12 World Cups. She scored 397 out of 400 in the World Championship, 2006 and earned an Olympic quota place for India. She is the first woman shooter from Punjab to represent India in the Beijing Olympic Games, 2008 and the first woman shooter from Punjab to win the Commonwealth and Asian Games medals. She was conferred with the Arjuna Award by President Mrs. Pratibha Patil on 29th August, 2008. She did her schooling from St.Joseph's Convent School in Bathinda. She started her shooting career in 2001 while pursuing her Bachelor in Computer Applications degree from Dasmesh Girls College, Badal, the native village of S. Parkash Singh Badal.She completed her Masters degree in English literature in 2005. She has won around 60 medals in various national and international events. She is currently working as Assistant Manager in Air India. References ^ "SIDHU Avneet Kaur". Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Corporation. Retrieved 22 January 2010.  Persondata Name Sidhu, Avneet Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to sport shooting in India is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e