The 17-year-old Bedi, who was number one on the Indian Golf Union merit list, bagged the spot for the Asian Games by finishing second in the six-day trials for the Asian Games held in Gurgaon and Noida.
While 58-year-old Gill, who was president of the club from 2009-2011 and 2014-2016, will be eyeing a fifth term as president, 77-year-old Panag, a veteran of the 1962 Indo-China and 1971 Indo-Pak wars, will be contesting for the post of president for the third time.
The Punjab speedster has also been working with Dr Amit Bhattacharjee, mental trainer of 2008 Beijing Olympics gold medallist Abhinav Bindra, since the last one year and Kaul believes that the mental training has helped his game.
Dhillon, who had to wait for more than two years for getting her cash award for the World Junior Athletics Championships bronze medal, is hopeful that Punjab government will offer her a job in the state.
Shivalik Siganture, a 615-km-long cycling race, is one of the three qualifying races in India for RAAM. The qualifiers are held in 15 countries across the globe. The one in New Chandigarh will be held on April 7.
Last week, the Indian junior shooting team made the nation proud by winning 22 medals including 9 gold, finishing a close second behind China’s tally of 25 medals in the ISSF Junior World Cup held in Sydney.