Noted archer from Meghalaya Matsiewdor War Nongbri, will be a judge at the upcoming Paralympic Games. He has been appointed by the World Archery Judge Committee. The Paralympic Games is due to start from September 10 and continue till September 17 at Rio-de-Janiero, Brazil.
He has also been selected as the Chairperson of the Judges Commission in the 2016 Paralympic Games. This is the second time he is representing India, in an international platform, after London Olympic in 2012. His travelling and lodging expenses will be incurred by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
He is the current Director of Arts and Culture, Government of Meghalaya and the Vice President of the Meghalaya State Olympic Association and leader of the Archery Association of Meghalaya (AAM).
Other judges who have been appointed from different parts of the world includes Vladimir Dominguez from Cuba, Nobutomo Takeuchi from Japan, Adam Martinez from Portugal, Ringa Baltrusaite from Lithunia, Klaus Lykkebaek from Denmark, Pecilius Tan from Singapore, David Martin from South Africa, Patti-Jo Middlebrough from Canada, Ranjan Bhowmik from India, Guillermina Garcia Avila from Mexico, Maren Haase from Germany and Irena Rosa from Slovakia.