Team of 190 contingents to be a part of Olympic-review

      A team of 190 strong contingents to be a part of Olympics this time. All the necessary precautions has considered due to ongoing pandemic.

Olympic 2021 190 contingents

 25 to 30 more players to added more is the expectation of Olympic Association.

       According to the current updates ,this time the team of 190 strong players are to be a part of Olympics.

This includes 100 athletes among which 56 are men’s and 44 women’s.

       Because of different games which involves , athletes going to participate in 12 different games ,which includes Badminton, hockey, boxing, Archery, athletics, sailing , fencing, Shooting, rowing  and table tennis.

       Before the Olympics start a head , as a precautionary part all the athletes has vaccinated.

All the needs and requirements starting from vaccination to training facilities all considered as top priorities.

       PM Modi will interact with the players through video conferencing in July to motivate them.

       Due to the ongoing pandemic already Olympics has postponed ,this time as well concern is same.

Precautions has taken by every volunteer player, teams, coach and Japanese citizens.

       No gold medal are achieved after Rio Olympics so time athletes would give a strong contribution to have it. Lets see how the team of 190 contingents play!

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Tokyo Olympic 2021 detailed Schedule Review – know more

The Olympic Tokyo Olympics 2021 Games normally held every four years. Alternating between the Summer and Winter Olympics every two years in the four-year period.

Tokyo Olympic 2021 is the part of the summer Olympics that is going to be held in July 2021. It was supposed to take place in 2020 but due to the unexpected Coronavirus pandemic. It has already been postponed for one year.

Tokyo Olympic 2021

Tokyo Olympic 2021 will be running from the 24th of July to the 8th of August 2021. Due to the ongoing pandemic situation, various rules and regulations have been framed considering the different events, the popularity of the event, global audience, etc.

  Usually, every year the schedule starts7 from opening day itself, but this year it’s different. There is an addition of events which are going to take place this year which includes football and softball, which are the new sports which are going to be included in the games this year. The opening ceremony will be done on the 23rd of July. The closing will be done on the last day.

There are various sporting events that would take place at different venues. The athletic events start on July 30 at new Tokyo stadium. Every single session will feature final and medal ceremonies.

        The participation from all over the world is expected for different events, different age groups and different cultures will be involved and it would be complete different experience this year,  after all we are facing it after long time for right purpose

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China 0-0 India : Blue Tigers survive late penalty drama in goalless draw

Game is over and the final score is China PR 0-0 India. Here is the match report.

17′ CHANCE! Thapa’ shot wideout

OVER! Chhetri wins a free-kick near the touchline and Thapa is over it. He kicks it long and on the farside for Chhetri whose boot stick to the ground but still gets his first-time shot to go over the crossbar. 

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Man of the match should be given to Gurpreet Singh Sandhu ! Amazing saves from him throughout the game. Well done India !

Line-ups

China PR XI: Zhao Xuri, Yu Dabao, Gao Lin, Feng Xiaoting, Yu Yang, Li Xuepeng, Wu Lei, Wu Xi, Jin Jingdao, Yan Junling, Wang Tong

Subs: Yu Hai, Zheng Zhi, Yu Hanchao, Zhang Lu, Fan Xiaodong, Xiao Zhi, Zeng Cheng, Mirahmetjan Muzepper, Zhang Xiuwei, Chi Zhongguo, Deng Hanwen, Liu Yiming

India XI: S. Chhetri, J. Lalpekhlua, G. Singh, H. Narzary, P. Kotal, P. Halder, S. Jhingan, N. Das, U. Singh, S. Bose, A. Thapa

Subs: A. Edathodika, K. Singh, A. Singh, R. Borges, S. Passi, S. Singh, V. Rai, S. Golui, F. Choudhary, N. Poojari, A. Kuruniyan