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Laishram Bombayla Devi

BornFebruary 22, 1985

Laishram Bombayla Devi is an Indian archer who represented India at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the women's individual as well as team events, but failed to reach the finals in both events. She was ranked sixth in the team event qualifiers. In the individual event, she was ranked 22nd in the qualifiers, but lost to Iwona Marcinkiewicz of Poland by 101–103 in the round of 64. She was sent out in the pre-quarterfinals of the women’s individual recurve event losing 2-6 to Mexico’s Roman Aida at the London Olympics 2012. She, along with Dola Banerjee and Pranitha Vardhineni were ranked sixth in the team event qualifiers. They got a bye in the round of 16, but lost to China by 206–211 in the quarterfinals. In the individual event, she was ranked 22nd in the qualifiers, but lost to Iwona Marcinkiewicz of Poland by 101–103 in the round of 64.
Rio Olympics 2016: While athletes have disappointed, there are a number of questions that must be answered
Rio Olympics 2016: While athletes have disappointed, there are a number of questions that must be answered
India had many close moments at the Olympics but have not been able to bag a medal yet.
Some good shows, a few hopes, but overall a dismal week for India at Rio
Some good shows, a few hopes, but overall a dismal week for India at Rio
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Intro Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Intro Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Intro Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Intro Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Roundup)
Rio Olympics: Shuttlers, tennis stars enliven dismal day for India (Roundup)
Saina, Sindhu enliven dampened Indian campaign in Rio (Roundup)
Saina, Sindhu enliven dampened Indian campaign in Rio (Roundup)
Saina, Sindhu enliven dampened Indian campaign in Rio (Roundup)
Saina, Sindhu enliven dampened Indian campaign in Rio (Roundup)
Rio Olympics 2016, Archery India: Bombayla Devi crashes out of the Games after losing in the round-of-16
Rio Olympics 2016, Archery India: Bombayla Devi crashes out of the Games after losing in the round-of-16
Bombayla becomes the second Indian in an hour to crash out of the Archery women's individual event.
Rio Olympics 2016, Archery: Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi - Women's Individual Event preview, timing and where to watch
Rio Olympics 2016, Archery: Deepika Kumari and Bombayla Devi - Women's Individual Event preview, timing and where to watch
Here's all you need to know about the Women's Individual Archery event of Rio Olympics 2016 to be held on August 11 from 17:30 IST.
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and the Indian men's hockey team are still in with a shout for a medal in this Olympics.
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and the Indian men's hockey team are still in with a shout for a medal in this Olympics.
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and the Indian men's hockey team are still in with a shout for a medal in this Olympics.
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and the Indian men's hockey team are still in with a shout for a medal in this Olympics.
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Here is why India can still match or bypass its London tally at Rio
Saina Nehwal, Gagan Narang and the Indian men's hockey team are still in with a shout for a medal in this Olympics.
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