Tokyo Olympics will be the most special one for all Indians. Amidst the Pandemic, Japan Government pulled off this year’s Olympics 2020 in the most careful way. Though there were covid cases found among the athletes, the management handled the outbreak well. Meanwhile, for Indians, this year brought the First Gold medal in Athletics in the history of the Olympics. One can call this year’s performance, the best one in Indian Sports History. Indians have victoriously won 7 seven Medals. Let’s recall all the moments from beginning to end.
India won the first medal at Tokyo Olympics for Weightlifting. Mirabai bagged Silver Medal in Women’s 49 kg at Olympics 2020. The 27-year-old has won World Championships and multiple medals at the Commonwealth Games and now has marked her name even in Olympics.
Lovlina Borgohain won the Bronze Medal on the 7th day of the Olympics for Boxing. She has become the third Indian boxer to win a medal at Olympics. This 23-year-old has won Arjuna Award for Boxing and will surely make our Country prouder in years to come.
PV Sindhu becomes the first Indian woman to win the Two Olympics medals. She won a Bronze medal at this year’s Olympics. Sindhu has made our Country proud numerous times, be it in the World Championships or Olympics. More power to her!
Ravi Kumar Dahiya
This 23 Year Old, grabbed a silver medal at Tokyo Olympics for Wrestling in the 57 kg category. He is also the recipient of the Bronze Medal in World Championship 2019 and two times Asian Champion. At a young age, he has made his country proud. Hoping to see more stellar performances by him.
Indian Men’s hockey team
In Tokyo Olympics, the Indian Men’s Hockey team won the Bronze medal after a gap of almost 41 years. The captain of the team was Manpreet Singh. The team has made all Indians proud and we wish them good luck in years to come.
Bajrang is the only Indian wrestler to win 3 medals at the World Wrestling Championships. He won the Bronze medal at Tokyo Olympics for Men’s freestyle 65 kg category. Enthusiastically he also said that he will try to win a gold medal in Paris. We wish him all the best.
He created history to be the first Indian to Win Gold in Athletics in the history of the Olympics. Neeraj won Gold for Javelin throw with a record of distance 87.58m. Despite having a career-threatening elbow injury, he went ahead to make the country proud of him. His winning moment will always be remembered forever.
Here’s to all the First Times
- First Gold medal for Athletics
- An Indian Fencer, Bhavani Devi qualified for the Olympic Games and also became the first Indian to win a match at the Olympics
- Nethra Kumanan is a first ever Female Sailor to Qualify for the Olympic games
- Two Indian Swimmers, Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj are the first to qualify for the olympic games. They also receivied ‘A’ Qualification Standard in Swimming.