National Archery Record Set By Two-Year-Old Girl in India

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posted on March 31, 2015

Days before her third birthday, Dolly Shivani Cherukuri of India completed an archery challenge, setting a national archery record as the youngest person to achieve the feat. The challenge included shooting 72 arrows at two different targets set at 16 and 22 feet away. Dolly scored a total of 200 points, and has earned her the national record.

Dolly's father, Cherukuri Satyanarayana, runs an archery school in Andhra Pradesh. According to the Times of India, Dolly has been molded into an archery champion from birth. She was born using a surrogate, after the tragic death of her older brother who was an international archer and coach

 

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