Points to Remember:
- Constable Monali Jadhav from Maharashtra won three medals, including two golds, at the recently concluded World Police and Fire Games International Championship held in Chengdu, China.
- Jadhav is attached to the Jalamb police station in Buldhana district of Maharashtra.
- Representing the Indian police force, Jadhav also made a new record with a score of 716 out of 720 points in the game.
She won the gold in target and field archery while settled for a bronze medal in the ‘3D Archery’.
- She had previously secured a ninth position at the World Championships in Shanghai held in May.
About World Police and Fire Games :
- The World Police and Fire Games (WPFG) is a biennial athletic event, open to active and retired law enforcement and fire service personnel throughout the world.
- In 2019 the host city is Chengdu in China.
- In 2021 the host city will be Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
- In 2023 the host city will be Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada.
Important Possible questions based on above News:
- Which Indian Constable won three medals, including two golds, at the recently concluded World Police and Fire Games International Championship in China? Monali Jadhav
- Name the host city of 2019 World Police and Fire Game? Chengdu in China
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