Pune, November 19th: Pawan Singh, a renowned former shooting coach of Indian Shooting Team is representing India at the world conference organized by International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) at Munich, Germany. He is the only Indian contender who has been nominated by the Mr Raninder Singh, president of the National Rifle Association of India to participate in this conference.
ISSF has organized this conference to update the rules and regulations for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. ISSF Section Committees, Athletes Committee, Coaches Advisory Committee and Rules Committee reviewed the old rules and brainstormed to modify the rules and regulations. The committees also discussed the additional responsibilities that coaches, players and organizing committee members must carry during this conference. An Ad Hoc Rules Committee will now be carrying out the complex task of incorporating these proposals into rules drafts.
Speaking on the occasion, Pawan Singh said, “Our objective is to implement the revised set of rules and regulations at the upcoming World Cup to be hosted by India in Feb-Mar 2017. These rules will be implemented for the first time in a world cup and India will be the first country to do so. This conference was very crucial in doing so efficiently.”
Looking at Pawan Singh’s exceptional knowledge in the field he was also invited by ISSF to address the ‘ISSF World Cup Organizing Committee Workshop 2016’. He is the youngest Indian who has been honored by ISSF after the time span of almost 70 years. He is also the first awardee of Maharashtra to receive this honor.
Pawan Singh has the experience and expertise in the field of equipment control. He was the jury member and an equipment control officer for many national as well as international shooting championships. He himself has achieved many medals in national shooting championships. Besides, Pawan also has vast experience in the field of equipment control, organizing international level shooting competitions and testing Pellets and Ammunition for Rifles and Pistols.