Wrestler Bajrang Punia will fight for bronze today
Neeraj Chopra’s gold medal favorite in javelin throw: A look at Aditi in golf
Today is the last day in the Olympics for India
Tokyo: Indian women’s hockey team’s dream of winning a bronze medal in a 3-4 defeat to Great Britain could not be realized. It was a match between two teams that had lost in the semi-finals. However, Indian women’s hockey became the first team in its history to reach the semi-finals of the Olympics.
They lost to Argentina in the semi-finals. When Great Britain lost to the Netherlands. The Netherlands beat Argentina to win the gold medal, Argentina won the silver in the final while Great Britain defeated India today to win the bronze. Great Britain won the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. His breathing like this is also a commendable progress for the Indian team.
For the first time, India’s fans were proud of the team’s performance despite being denied a bronze. Although the Indian women’s team was crying on the field after the defeat and even after that. Great Britain won by just one goal. India took the lead and gave Great Britain a chance to win.
Wrestling was also a promising day for India. In the 65kg class, Bajrang Punia was considered a gold medal contender considering his top rank and record. At least he won the silver medal in the quarterfinals today and lost in the semifinals. Now he has a chance to win a bronze medal. The clash will happen tomorrow.
India is also hopeful that Neeraj Chopra will win a gold medal in the javelin throw event. He has already won the Asian Commonwealth and World Junior Championships but reached the Olympic final with the longest distance of 86.65m.
Even if he maintains the mark, his chances of winning a medal are strong. Aditi Ashok, who finished second after three rounds in golf, is also likely to win a medal tomorrow. India will conclude the Tokyo Olympics tomorrow with Aditi in golf, Bajrang Punia in wrestling and Neeraj Chopra in javelin throw.