Dola Banerjee Olympic athlete

Dola banerjee

Dola Banerjee (Bengali: দোলা ব্যানার্জি) (born 2 June 1980) is an Indian sportswoman who competes in archery. Dola Banerjee is daughter of Ashok Banerjee and Kalpana Banerjee. She was born in Baranagar near Kolkata. She studied in Baranagar Rajkumari Memorial Girls High School. At the age of nine, she joined Baranagar Archery Club. Her first international appearance was in Youth World Championship in San Diego in 1996 Dola Banerjee represented India at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She was placed 13th in the women's individual ranking round with a 72-arrow score of 642. In the first round of elimination, she faced 52nd-ranked Kirstin Jean Lewis of South Africa. Dola fell victim to an upset, losing 141-131 in the 18-arrow match, placing 52nd overall in women's individual archery. Dola was also a member of the 8th-place Indian women's archery team. Dola Banerjee won the second international gold medal of her career when she bagged the individual recurve title of the fourth leg of the Meteksan World Cup archery at Dover (England) in August 2007. Having won the fourth leg, she qualified for the world cup final held at Dubai in November 2007 where the winners of the four legs competed.

Personal details

Date of birth
June 2nd, 1980
Place of birth
Places lived
Kolkata , India
pop. 5,080,519 (2009)



Awards won

2005 Arjuna Award for Archery


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