Tokyo Olympics 2020: Medal Winners for India

Tokyo Olympics 2020: India Finishes In 48th Place; Medal Count And Medal Winners For India

The Tokyo Olympics 2020 lasted officially for 17 days, from 23rd July to 8th August. The Games ended with the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, 8th August. The entertaining games ended with India at number 48 on the list. In terms of total numbers of medals won India stood at number 33.

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Medal Winners For India At The Tokyo Olympics 2020

It's unbelievable': Neeraj Chopra reacts after historic gold at Tokyo  Olympics | Olympics - Hindustan Times

Track and Field Athlete. Neeraj Chopra won the only gold medal for India at the Tokyo Olympics. He won the medal in the javelin throw Competition with a winning throw of 87.58 m. He became the second Indian ever after Abhinav Bindra to win an Olympic Singles Gold Medal. The whole nation had their breath taken away after hearing the Indian National Anthem at the Olympics after a decade.

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Mirabai Chanu redeemed herself after failing to lift the weights at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She won a silver medal in the women’s 49 kg weightlifting competition.

Ravi Kumar Dahiya: I'm glad youngsters in my village will get more  opportunities | Olympics - Hindustan Times

The 23-year-old Olympic debutant from Sonipat surprised everyone by winning the Silver medal. he became the second Indian wrestler ever to win an Olympic silver medal after Sushil Kumar.

PV Sindhu did the impossible and become the first Indian female to win two consecutive Olympics medals. She won an Olympic silver at the Rio Games. To continue that she won the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

Star Indian Boxer Lovlina Borgohain won the Olympic Bronze medal for India. She did not let the pandemic slow her down. Lifting gas cylinders and working in rice fields to keep herself fit worked in her favor at the Olympics.

Even with an injured knee which the opponents took advantage of, Bajrang Punia won the Olympic Bronze at the Tokyo Olympics in wrestling.

The Indian Men’s Hockey Team finally brought justice to the Indian Hockey scenario by entering the semi-finals after 41 years. Not just that, the team ended up winning a historic bronze medal for the country.

Also Read, Indian Women’s Hockey Team Loses The Bronze Medal Match But Earns The Whole Nation’s Respect | Tokyo Olympics 2020

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