Features Tokyo Olympics 2020 Day 15 Updates: Wrestler Bajrang Punia to Fight For Bronze; Golfer Aditi Ashok in Contention For Historic Medal; India Lose Bronze Playoff in Women’s Hockey.
Tokyo Olympics UPDATES, Olympics Day 15 Highlights
Welcome to our inclusion of Tokyo Olympics 2020 Live Updates – Day 15 Tokyo Olympics Live Score, Olympics Medal Tally, Results, and the most recent updates here on Indiacom sports. WRESTLING – Bajrang Punia loses his elimination round 5-12 versus Azerbaijan’s Haji Aliev in men’s free-form 65kg class. The world no.2 Bajrang will battle for the Bronze award in Tokyo 2020 on Saturday. Bajrang’s enduring leg-protection shortcoming came to frequent him at the enormous stage as he lost the men’s free-form 65kg elimination round to three-time best on the planet Haji.
Executive Narendra Modi on Friday reported that the most renowned games grants ‘Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awards’ have now been renamed to ‘Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Awards’. GOLF – Aditi Ashok completes Round 3 of ladies’ individual stroke play in Tokyo 2020 in runner up with a sum of 12-under 201. The pioneer is the USA’s Nelly Korda who is 15-under 198. Hockey – No bronze award for India ladies’ hockey group as they lose to Great Britain 3-4 in the Bronze Medal Playoff. It’s disastrous however what a mission it has been. Games – India Create Asian Record in Men’s 4×400 Relay | Muhammad Anas Yahiya, Noah Nirmal Tom, Arokia Rajiv and Amoj Jacob set another Asian record with a planning of 3:00:25, despite the fact that it isn’t sufficient to guarantee a spot in the last for them in Tokyo Olympics 2020. They finish fourth in Heat 2.Also Read – WFI Sacks Wrestler Deepak Punia’s Coach Murad Gaidarov After He Assaults Referee in Tokyo
On Thursday, India men’s hockey group won their first Olympic award in quite a while, they edged past Germany 5-4 in a nail-gnawing Bronze Medal season finisher. Ravi Dahiya turned into the second Indian grappler after Sushil Kumar to achieve an Olympic Games silver. These outcomes took India’s award count at Tokyo 2020 to five, one behind the record take of six at the 2012 London Olympics.