Adarsh’s father’s name is Harinder, who is a businessman in Real Estate. He has an elder sister named Riya Singh, a national-level shooter.
Adarsh Singh is unmarried.
Adarsh Singh started shooting at a very young age and took professional training under his coach Ronak Pandit. He has participated and won many national and international shooting championships. In 2018, Adarsh made his international debut in the 10 m air pistol men’s event and 25 m rapid fire pistol men’s event at the ISSF Junior World Cup held in Sydney, where he won a bronze and silver medal, respectively. He won a gold medal in the 25 m rapid-fire pistol men’s event at the South Asian Games (2019) in Pokhara, Nepal. Adarsh Singh represented India at the 19th Asian Games (2022) held in Hangzhou, China in 2023. He won a bronze medal for shooting in the men’s 25 m rapid-fire pistol team event along with his teammates Anish Bhanwala and Vijayveer Sidhu.
The Indian men’s trio finished in third place with 1718 points, while China earned the gold medal with 1765 points and South Korea drew silver with 1734 points.