Tokyo Olympics : Indian Athletes Who Could Won Medals

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra won a historic athletics gold medal. Moreover, He becomes India's second ever individual Olympic gold medallist after shooter Abhinav Bindra. Let's have a look at the Athletics who could won medals for India.

Tokyo Olympics : Indian Athletes Who Could Won Medals

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra won a historic athletics gold medal. Moreover, He becomes India's second ever individual Olympic gold medallist after shooter Abhinav Bindra. Let's have a look at the Athletics who could won medals for India.
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Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra won a historic athletics gold medal. Moreover, He becomes India’s second ever individual Olympic gold medallist after shooter Abhinav Bindra. However, India recorded their best ever Olympic haul of 7 medals. With Mirabai Chanu & Ravi Kumar Dahiya bags Silver. Also, Wrestler Bajrang Punia, Boxer Lovlina Borgohain and Shuttler P.V Sindhu got Bronze in their respective events. Indian Hockey Team also bags Bronze after losing Semi Finals.

Aditi Ashok finishes at 4th position at the Tokyo Olympics.
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However, India misses out a dozen of Olympic medals this year. Firstly, Golfer Aditi Ashok narrowly missed out on a medal by finishing fourth in the women’s individual Stroke Play. Secondly, Indian Women’s Hockey Team looses their Bronze medal match by a narrow margin. Moreover, Deepika Kumari & Atanu Das looses their Archery Semi Final’s in their Individual events. Also Tarundeep Rai couldn’t made it through the Quarter Finals in Archery. Moreover, India will be very much disappoint with their performance in Boxing. Although, Lovlina bags Bronze. But, Mary Kom, Pooja Rani, Simranjeet Kaur, Satish Kumar and Amit Panghal will be disappoint with their results. Specially Pooja Rani, She plays brilliantly till Quarter Final’s.

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Although Kamalpreet Kaur has done well in her debut Olympic. However, She qualifies for the Finals of Women’s discuss throw. Although She couldn’t bring medal but, she ranked 6th in the Finals. Also, Annu Rani fails just a little short to made it through the Finals of Javelin Throw.

Also in Wrestling Deepak Punia looses his Bronze medal match. However, in women’s Wrestling Vinesh Phogat fails with her expectation as She looses in her Semi Final match in 53kg event. However, Manika Batra reaches to the Round 3 in Table Tennis Women’s individuals. But, She could not made it to the next round. Moreover, Seema Bisla also fails to match the expectations. Also, Sajan Prakash fails in 100m & 200m Butterfly events in Swimming at the Tokyo Olympics.

Also Read : India’s Olympic Medals Tally Since 1896

Indian Athletes Who Could Won Medals

However, Let’s take a better look at the Athletes who could won a medal for India

PLAYER NAMEEVENTFINISHED IN
Aditi AshokGolf
Women’s Individual
4th Rank
Kamalpreet KaurWomen’s Discuss Throw6th Rank
Deepika KumariArchery
Women’s Individual
Lost in Semis
Atonu DasArchery
Men’s Individual
Lost in Semis
Tarundeep RaiArchery
Men’s Individual
Lost in Pre-Quarters
Mary KomBoxing
Women’s Flyweight
Lost in Round of 16
Pooja RaniBoxing
Women’s Middleweight
Lost in Quarter-Finals
Simranjeet KaurBoxing
Women’s Lightweight
Lost in Round of 16
Satish Kumar Boxing
Men’s Super Heavyweight
Lost in Quarter-Finals
Amit PanghalBoxing
Men’s Flyweight
Lost in Round of 16
Deepak PuniaWrestling
Men’s Freestyle
Lost in Bronze Medal match
Annu RaniWomen’s Javelin ThrowLost in Qualifiers
Vinesh PhogatWrestling
Women’s Freestyle
Lost in Quarter-Finals
Indian Women’s Hockey TeamWomen’s HockeyLost in Bronze Medal match
Manika BatraTable Tennis
Women’s Individual
Loses in Round 3
Sajan PrakashSwimming
100m & 200m Butterfly
Loses in Heat 2
Seema BislaWrestling
Women’s Freestyle
Lost in Pre-Quarters

However, India finished Tokyo Olympics 020 with seven medals, making it their most successful campaign ever. Although, India bettered their tally of six medals at the London Olympics in 2012.

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