Prathamesh Jawkar Wiki, Height, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More

Prathamesh Jawkar

Prathamesh Jawkar is an Indian archer who won the gold medal at the Shanghai 2023 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 2 tournament by defeating World Number 1 Mike Schloesser by one point.

Wiki/Biography

Prathamesh Samadhan Jawkar [1]Indian Archery was born on Monday, 8 September 2003 (age 19 years; as of 2023) in Buldana, Maharashtra, India. His zodiac sign is Virgo. He completed his schooling at Prabodhan Vidhyalaya, Buldana. [2]Facebook – Prathamesh Jawkar He started training in archery at the age of twelve and went on become a distinguished archer.

A childhood photo of Prathamesh Jawkar

A childhood photo of Prathamesh Jawkar

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 9″

Weight (approx.): 65 kg

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Prathamesh Jawkar (centre) physical appearance

Family

He belongs to a Hindu family.

Parents & Siblings

His father’s name is Samadhan Jawkar who is a private employee.

Prathamesh Jawkar's father, Samadhan Jawkar

Prathamesh Jawkar’s father, Samadhan Jawkar

A childhood photo of Prathamesh Jawkar with his parents

A childhood photo of Prathamesh Jawkar with his parents

A family photo of Prathamesh Jawkar

A family photo of Prathamesh Jawkar

Wife

He is unmarried.

Relationships/Affairs

He is single.

Career

He trained under coach Chandrakant Ilag and participated in many local and state-level archery tournaments.

Prathamesh Jawkar (right) with his coach, Chandrakant Ilag

Prathamesh Jawkar (right) with his coach, Chandrakant Ilag

He showed his talent by winning many medals in compound events. After he won medals in national-level tournaments, he was selected for international tournaments.

Prathamesh Jawkar practicing archery

Prathamesh Jawkar practising archery

He came sixth in the 3rd ISSF International Solidarity Archery Championships in Bangladesh in 2019,  fourth in the Phuket 2022 Asia Cup leg 1 in Thailand in 2022, and seventh in the Antalya 2023 Hyundai Archery World Cup stage 1 in Turkey in 2023. He defeated World Number 1 Mike Schloesser of the Netherlands by 149-148 to become World Champion in the Shanghai 2023 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 2 tournament.

Medals

Gold

  • Men’s team in the 41st NTPC Senior (M&W) National Archery Championship in Jammu in 2022
  • Senior compound in the 2nd NTPC National Ranking Archery Tournament in Kharswan, Jharkhand in 2022
  • Mixed team in the 42nd NTPC Junior (M & W) National Archery Championship in Panaji, Goa in 2022
  • Compound men in the Sulaymaniyah Asia Cup leg 2 in Iraq in 2022
  • Compound men in the Shanghai Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 2 in China in 2023

    Prathamesh Jawkar won gold medal at the Shanghai 2023 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 2 tournament

    Prathamesh Jawkar won the gold medal at the Shanghai 2023 Hyundai Archery World Cup Stage 2 tournament

Silver

  • Mixed team in the 41st NTPC Senior (M&W) National Archery Championship in Jammu in 2022
  • Junior compound and Senior compound in the 1st NTPC National Ranking Archery Tournament in Hyderabad, Telangana in 2022
  • 50 + 50 meters in the 42nd NTPC Junior (M & W) National Archery Championship in Panaji, Goa in 2022
  • Men’s team in the 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve in Ektanagar, Kevadia, Gujarat in 2023

    Prathamesh Jawkar with his medals (right) at 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve Tournament

    Prathamesh Jawkar with his medals (right) at the 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve Tournament

Bronze

  • Compound men in the 42nd NTPC Junior (M & W) National Archery Championship in Panaji, Goa in 2022
  • Junior compound in the 2nd NTPC National Ranking Archery Tournament in Kharswan, Jharkhand in 2022
  • Junior compound boys in the 3rd NTPC National Ranking Archery Tournament in Amravati, Maharashtra in 2022
  • Individual Olympic round in the 42nd NTPC Junior (M & W) National Archery Championship in Panaji, Goa in 2022
  • 50 meters (overall), Compound mix, and Individual Olympic round in the 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve in Ektanagar, Kevadia, Gujarat in 2023

    Prathamesh Jawkar won 4 medals in the 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve Tournament

    Prathamesh Jawkar won 4 medals in the 29th NTPC Senior Indian Round and 42nd NTPC Senior Recurve Tournament

Facts/Trivia

  • He often likes to do photography in his leisure time.

    A photo of Prathamesh Jawkar clicking a photo

    A photo of Prathamesh Jawkar clicking a photo

  • Noted Indian industrialist Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to praise Prathamesh Jawkar’s temperament after his win in the World Cup in 2023 and wrote that he would follow Prathamesh’s career.

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