Raninder is first Indian to be elected international shooting bodys vice-president
Saturday, December 1, 2018, 8:03 PM
Raninder Singh has become first Indian to be elected one of four vice-presidents of International Shooting Sport Federation. The 51-year-old Raninder also heads the National Rifle Association of India. The former trap shooter bagged 161votes to occupy the coveted post, while Kevin Kilty of Ireland received 162votes, USA's Robert Mitchell got 153votes and Republic of China's Wang Yifu was re-elected with 146votes in Munich.