(Last Updated on : 03/03/2012)
Jayanta Talukdar, an Indian archer, was born on 2nd March 1986 in the city of Guwahati
, in the Indian state
Career of Jayanta Talukdar
Talukdar was part of the Indian team that won the silver medal at 2004 Junior World Championships. After that he won a gold medal at FITA Mateksan World Cup in 2006, becoming the first Indian archer to win gold at the event. In 2006 he also won a gold medal at the South Asian Games and a bronze medal in the team competition at the 2006 Asian Games.
Despite losses in 2009, the Tata Steel sponsored Talukdar was seeded Number 1 for the 2009 World Cup in Copenhagen.
Awards Received by Jayanta Talukdar
Jayanta was awarded the Arjuna Award
in archery in August, 2007
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