Heena Sidhu: Personal Life

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Heena Sidhu is an Indian shooter. She along with Annu Raj Singh won the gold medal in women's Pairs 10 metre air pistol at the 2010 Commonwealth Games.[1] Heena (384) and Annu (375) won the 14th gold medal for India from the shooting range. She also won a silver medal in the singles event. Heena Sidhu | Medal record | Women's shooting | Commonwealth Games | Gold | 2010 Delhi | 10 metre air pistol(Pairs) | Silver | 2010 Delhi | 10 metre air pistol (Singles) | Asian Games | Silver | 2010 Guangzhou | Women's 10m Air Pistol Team |
August 29, 1989 (age 23 years)
Heena Sidhu, Date of birth

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Heena is a Punjabi and was born in Ludhiana. Her home town is Patiala. She studies BDS (Dental Studies) and is quite fond
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Although a medal favourite at the 1995 World Championships in Athletics in Sweden, Freeman finished fourth. She also reached the semi-finals of the 200 m.
Freeman made more progress during the 1996 season, setting many personal bests and Australian records. By this stage, she was the biggest challenger to France's Marie-José Pérec at the 1996 Olympics.[citation needed] She eventually took the silver medal behind Pérec, in an Australian record of 48.63 seconds. This is still the sixth fastest time ever and the second fastest since the world record was set in Canberra, Australia in 1985. Only Sanya Richards-Ross has come within a quarter of a second of Freeman's time since.[6] Pérec's winning time of 48.25 is the Olympic record and the third fastest ever.
In 1997, Freeman won the 400 m at the World Championships in Athens, with a time of 49.77 seconds. Her only loss in the 400 m that season was in Oslo where she injured her foot.[citation needed]
Freeman took a break for the 1998 season, due to injury. Upon her return to the track in 1999, Freeman did not lose a single 400 m race, including at the World Championships.[7]

ABC footage and interviews of crowds celebrating Freeman's Olympics win.
Her winning streak continued into the 2000 season, despite Pérec's return to the track. Freeman was the home favorite for the 400 m title at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, where she was expected to face-off

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