Olympic: India displays the best performance, ends with 7 Medals


Tokyo successfully completed the world’s largest sports event after initial hiccups with the pandemic situation around the world. The United States topped the list with 118 medals & China secured second position 88 medals. The US secured 39 gold medals & china won 38.

Below is the list of Medals won by India

Neeraj Chopra | Medal – Gold | Event – Men’s Javelin throw|
Neeraj grabbed the gold at Javelin’s throw by throwing at a distance of 87.58m, hailing from the Haryana district called Panipat. He is Indias first-ever track & field medallist. After winning the Medal Neeraj said he dedicates the medal to Milkha Singh Ji as he always used to listen and watch his video for motivation. Punjab government announces Rs 2 Crore reward.

Mirabai Chanu | Meda – Silver | Event – Weightlifter Women’s 49 Kg | World Champion Mirabai Chanu settled for a silver medal by lifting combine 202 Kg. China’s Hou Zhihui lifted a combined 210 Kg secured the top position. Mirabai Chanu hails from a small village in Imphal called Nongpok Kakching. She has many awards and medals to her name. Manipur government has announced a reward of Rs 1 Crore & will be appointed as Additional Superintendent of Police in the state police department.

Ravi Kumar Dahiya | Medal – Silver | Wrestling (57 kg) | Ravi Kumar Dahiya is the son of a farmer and belongs to a modest family hailing from Nahari village in Haryana state, became the second Indian wrestler to win a silver medal. Haryana Government announced Rs 4 crore and a government job. After the match, Dahiya said he was a little disappointed as he wanted to win the gold medal, adding further he said looking forward to his next journey he is gearing up and preparing in full form for Paris Olympics.

Bajrang Punia | Medal – Bronze | Event – Men’s freestyle Wrestling 65 Kg | Bronze medallist Bajrang Punia hails from khudan village of Jhajjar district, Haryana. Despite his knee injury he kept his spirits high and won the Bronze medal.

PV Sindhu | medal – Bronze | Women’s Singles Badminton | PV Sindhu became the only woman to win two Olympic medals. Previously in Rio, she won silver. PV Sindhu lost to Tai Tzu in the semi-finals and Later won bronze position playing against China’s He Bingjao by 21-13, 21-15

Lovlina Borgohain | Medal – Bronze | Women’s WelterWeight Boxing |
Lovlina belongs to Baro Mukhia village in the Golaghar district of Assam state. She is the second woman to win an Olympic medal in boxing. Mary Kom is the first woman and is also the World champion.

Indian Hockey Team | Medal – Bronze | Hockey | Indian Hockey team won Olympic medal after 40 years. Bringing rejoice to the nation.

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