Olympics 2020 India Schedule for 1 August, Day 9

Updated on: Jul 31, 2021 11:40 pm IST

  • The Olympics campaign history has been a rather sorry story for the Indian contingent. In the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Indian athletes have tried hard but have not been able to fare well better against the top players around the world. One of the biggest reason of their failure have been the covid pandemic, which caused the lockdown in India and other parts of the world last year. The training facilities and gyms were locked, so players had to arrange facilities for themselves, and this must be the reason of them not performing quite well. But still there is a light at end of the tunnel and future holds bright of our athletes.

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    India Olympics Schedule for 1 August, Day 9

    Here is the schedule for Indian Contingent on 1 August in Tokyo Olympics.

    Golf: Anirban Lahiri and Udayan Mane- 04:00am IST: Men’s Individual Stroke Play Round 4:

    Equestrian: Fouaad Mirza- 04:15am IST: Eventing Cross Country Team and Individual

    Boxing: Satish Kumar vs Bakhodir Jalolov (Uzbekistan): 9:36am IST- Men’s super heavy (91kg) quarterfinals

    The Silver Medalist from Rio Olympics 2016, PV Sindhu will play the match for winning the bronze medal tomorrow.

    Badminton: PV Sindhu vs He Bing Jiao (China): 5pm IST Women’s singles bronze medal play-off match

    Hockey: India vs Great Britain: 5:30pm IST- Men’s quarter-final

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    India’s Update for Day 8 at Tokyo Olympics 2020

    1. At the morning, the Indian discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur became the first Indian woman to cross the 65m barrier and came at 2nd position, thereby qualifying for the Final in Discus throw.

    Kamalpreet Kaur

    2. The ace archer, Atanu Das faced defeat in the quarter-finals of the Men’s Individual Round.

    Atanu Das

    3. After the men’s team reached the quarter-finals of Hockey, women’s team won their first match after 41 years in Olympics and reached quarter-finals, after winning 2 games and Ireland losing to Great Britain in the last pool game.


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