Angad Singh Bajwa, a sport shooter who competes in skeet discipline and has a record of 60 out of 60, has claimed that he wishes not to overshoot but to keep his training simple and focus on a steady foot for the Tokyo Olympics. He gained a slot in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 by achieving 5-6 against his competitor. He, along with Mairaj Ahmed Khan, helped India gain the largest number of slots it has ever had in the Olympics at 15 quotas. Angad won a gold medal for this skeet at the Lusail Shooting Complex. After his win, he has expressed that he wants to keep his techniques the same and not train too much and exhaust himself. Angad plans to keep his basics, take breaks, recover from all the events, and avoid burning out unnecessarily. Angad said that he would avoid playing too much too often as there are only seven months to the Tokyo Olympics and so he wishes to play selectively. He also said that he would not take part in all the World Cups as some of them are one after the other, which would lead to overexertion. He expressed his thoughts on selective participation for the next six months and said he wants to focus on recovery rather than competing in all events. He claimed that he has learned in his career not to overshoot as it often yields nothing. Angad also said that he wants to train in a field that is like the one that will be at the Tokyo Olympics and that he will possibly train in Europe and Italy to prepare for his chance at the Olympics.
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