With Neeraj Chopra’s memorable gold in men’s Javelin, India’s medal count at the Tokyo Olympics expanded to seven – the most elevated at any point pull for the nation, beating the count of six awards at the 2012 London Games. India won one gold, two silver, and four bronze medals at the Tokyo Games in a great appearance. While Chopra secured India’s only gold medal at the Games, weightlifter Mirabai Chanu and wrestler Ravi Dahiya won the silver. Pro shuttler PV Sindhu, fighter Lovlina Borgohain, wrestler Bajrang Punia, and the men’s hockey team all won bronze.
Mirabai Chanu was the first Indian to win an award at Tokyo 2020, with her silver in the ladies’ 49kg classification.
PV Sindhu then, at that point beat China’s He Bing Jiao to win bronze in badminton ladies’ singles. With the success, she likewise turned into the first Indian lady to win two individual awards at the Olympics.
India’s most recent boxing sensation, Lovlina Borgohain, was close to adding to the nation’s count, getting back the bronze award after she went down battling in the ladies’ welterweight semi-finals.
The Indian men’s hockey team performed splendidly to get to the semi-final, prior to losing to Belgium. Later, India beat Germany 5-4 in the bronze medal match to secure India’s first award in hockey since 1980.
Wrestler Ravi Dahiya then, at that point burst into the last of men’s free-form 57kg. With a shocking rebound win against Kazakhstan’s Nurislam Sanayev, he yet couldn’t beat double cross title holder Zavur Uguev.
He secured India’s second silver award at the Tokyo Games.
On Saturday, Bajrang Punia won his bronze medal match against Kazakhstan’s Daulet Niyazbekov to secure India’s 6th medal. Afterward, Neeraj Chopra fixed medal number 7 to make Tokyo 2020 really paramount for India.
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