Abhinav Bindra Net Worth


Abhinav Bindra’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Abhinav Bindra was born on 28 September, 1982 in Dehradun, India, is an Indian businessman and retired professional shooter. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Abhinav Bindra’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Occupation Sportsman(Shooter), businessman
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 28 September 1982
Birthday 28 September
Birthplace Dehradun, India

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Abhinav Bindra’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Abhinav Bindra is 39 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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Abhinav Bindra is also currently a member of the IOC Athlete’s Commission.

Since his retirement, he has been integral to the setting up of the TOP Scheme, one of India’s most significant policies for Athlete Development. He has also been a part of the ISSF and IOC Athlete Commissions, where he has worked for the development of athletes through Mental Health, Financial Stability, and Entrepreneurship initiatives.


On 30 November 2018, Bindra was bestowed with the prestigious Blue Cross, the ISSF’s highest honour.


In May 2016, the Indian Olympics Association (IOA) appointed Abhinav Bindra as the Goodwill Ambassador for Rio 2016 Olympics Indian Contingent. In the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, Bindra finished 4th in the finals of the 10-metre Air Rifle Event.

On 5 September 2016, Abhinav Bindra announced his retirement.

At the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro, he came fourth in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle singles event after losing a shoot-off for the top 3 to Serhiy Kulish, who eventually won the silver.


In 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow, Abhinav Bindra again won Gold in the Men’s 10m air rifle singles event.


Abhinav Bindra lost in the qualification round at the 2012 London Olympics finishing in 16th place with a score of 594.


Harper Sport published his autobiography, A Shot at History: My Obsessive Journey to Olympic Gold which he co-authored with sportswriter Rohit Brijnath in October 2011. It was formally released by Union Sports minister, Ajay Maken on 27 October 2011 at a function in New Delhi, thereafter the book went on to receive positive reviews. Harshvardhan Kapoor will essay the lead in Abhinav’s biopic for the big screen, with preparation already under works.


At the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in New-Delhi, Abhinav Bindra was honoured as the national flag-bearer at the opening ceremony. He also was bestowed the honour of taking the athletes’ oath on behalf of the 6,700 participants from 71 countries and territories. Abhinav Bindra along with Gagan Narang shot in unison to set a Games record 1193 points in 10m air rifle pair’s event for men to win India’s inaugural gold medal at the 19th Commonwealth Games. He brought home a silver medal in the individual event.

Abhinav Bindra won the Gold medal in the Men’s 10-metre Air rifle event at the 12th Asian Shooting Championships, held in Doha Qatar.


After these successes, a severe back injury incapacitated him so that he was unable to lift a rifle for a year, interrupting his preparation for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Bindra returned to compete when titled at the 2006 ISSF World Shooting Championships with a score of 699.1, qualifying him for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Abhinav Bindra titled in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle event, shooting a total of 700.5. He scored 596 (fourth) in the qualifying round and out-scored all other shooters in the finals with a round of 104.5. In the finals, he started with a shot of 10.7, and all others never dipped below 10.0. Bindra was tied with Henri Häkkinen heading into his final shot. Bindra scored his highest of the finals – 10.8 while Hakkinen shot 9.7 to settle for the Bronze medal.


In the 2004 Athens Olympics, he established a new Olympic record but did not medal. He scored 597 in the qualification round and placed third, preceded by Qinan Zhu (599 – new Olympic Record) and Li Jie (598). In the finals, Abhinav finished with 97.6 points, last in the field of eight, and was the only player below 100 points. His sub-par finals dropped him from third to seventh.


In the Air Rifle event at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, held in Manchester, he medalled gold in the Pairs event and Silver in the individual event.


His breakthrough came when he won a Bronze at the 2001 Munich World Cup with a new junior world record score of 597/600. He won six gold medals at various international meets in 2001.


In 2000 he was honoured with the Arjuna Award, and in 2001, the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.


At 15, Abhinav Bindra was the youngest participant in the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Bindra was also the youngest Indian participant at the 2000 Summer Olympics. At the 2000 Olympics, he achieved a score of 590, placing him 11th in the qualification round, meaning he did not qualify for the finals since only the top eight competed in the finals.


Abhinav Bindra (born 28 September 1982) is an Indian businessman and retired athlete in Sport Shooting, who is currently India’s only individual Olympic Gold medalist in the 10-metre Air Rifle event at the 2008 Summer Olympics. It was also India’s first gold medal since 1980, when the Men’s Field Hockey Team won the gold. He is the first Indian to have held concurrently the World and Olympic titles for the Men’s 10 metre air rifle event: 2008 Summer Olympics and the 2006 ISSF World Shooting Championships. Bindra has also won 9 medals at the Commonwealth Games and 3 Gold Medals at the Asian Games.

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