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Highlights of the 10th day.
Kamalpreet Kaur finished sixth in their first
Highlights of the 10th day of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics: Throwing athlete Kamalpreet Kaur won sixth place in her first Olympics. Her best throwing distance in the final was 63.70 m, and was interrupted by rain on Monday. In the six laps interrupted by rain for more than an hour, he never fought for a medal.
Indian equestrian athlete Fuaad Mirza reached the individual equestrian final at the Olympic Games and finished 23rd in the individual equestrian final.
Earlier in the day, the Indian women’s ice hockey team made history on the 10th Monday of the Tokyo Olympics, beating Australia in the quarter-finals for the 10th time in history.
Kamalpreet Kaur took sixth place in the women’s discus throw final with a best attempt of 63.70. She had started well in the women’s discus final, throwing 61.62 on her first try, but was fouled on the second before rain stopped the game. on her third so as not to be knocked out after the first three pitches. On his fourth litter he was fouled again and only hit 61.37 on the fifth. When American Valarie Allman won the gold medal, she took another free kick on her last attempt to finish sixth. Kristin Pudenz from Germany won silver, the Cuban Yaime Pérez won bronze, and in equestrian sport the Indian Fouaad Mirza took 23rd place in the individual eventing event. India took the lead in the second quarter through Gurjit Kaur and showed enormous defensive power to keep the Australians in check. Tomar and Sanjeev Rajput failed to break the top 8 as they missed the cut for the men’s 50m, 3-position rifle final.
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PV Sindhu made Olympic history in India on Sunday, winning bronze after defeating Chinese He Bing Jiao, becoming the first Indian woman to win two individual Olympic medals. Olympic games.
women’s hockey team burst into cheers, and the women’s hockey team beat Australia 10 on Monday to make history. In the 22nd minute, after Rani Lampard’s team took the lead and defended him fiercely, the team reached the Olympic semifinals for the first time in the history of the team.
The best result of the country related to this victory was the fourth place in the 1980 Olympics.
As a member of the 31st Olympic men’s ice hockey team, the Indian National Men’s Ice Hockey Team
defeated Britain on Monday and reached the semi-finals.
They have faced Belgium in the past four games. India has always been the most successful team in the history of Olympic ice hockey, but the last of its eight gold medals dates back to 1980.