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India’s Aditi Swami wins the U-18 compound title at the youth world archery championships

<p>At the competition, Aditi Swami won India’s fourth gold medal. In the showdown match, she beat Leann Drake of the USA. Aditi Swami, 16, of India won the U-18 compound world championship on Saturday in Limerick, Ireland, by defeating Leann Drake, of the United States. Drake was defeated by the up-and-coming Indian talent 142-136. Now just the fourth Indian to win a medal in the competition, she is.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-65487″ src=”” alt=”” width=”875″ height=”627″ srcset=” 265w,×108.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 875px) 100vw, 875px” /><br />
Aditi continued to shine throughout the competition after helping India’s women’s under-18 compound team win the Gold medal. She controlled the first end and had a five-point advantage going into the break. The 16-year-old then continued to push forward in the race for the coveted gold, winning it with a six-point advantage.</p>
<p>Aditi was a member of the Indian trio who beat the USA team in the U-18 team compound final on Thursday, consisting of Aishwarya Sharma, Aditi Swami, and Ekta Rani. India came from behind to win the close game by a score of 214–12.</p>
<p>Aditi’s gold medal was India’s fourth in the event’s yellow metal medal count and ninth overall. Three Bronze and one Silver medals have been won by them. After the U-18 team’s effort, India also took home the gold for the U-21 squad. A team from Mexico was beaten by India’s Avneet Kaur, Parneet Kaur, and Pragati.</p>
<p>Notably, Aditi made her senior debut in the World Cup in Medellin, Colombia last month and took home a bronze medal. She also has a personal Silver medal that she earned in Leg 3 of the Asia Cup to display.</p>

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