So, that's the end of the day two at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. India didn't find any medal winner today and Saikhom Mirabai Chanu continues to be the lone medal winner for the country. India are currently placed 24th on the 2020 Olympic Games medals tally. Check full table here.
Indian men's hockey team has lost to Australia by 1-7 at the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. The match was part of Pool A.
Not a great day at work for the #MenInBlue, but this will pump us to come back a lot stronger! 💙#INDvAUS #HaiTayyar #IndiaKaGame #TokyoTogether #StrongerTogether #Tokyo2020 #HockeyInvites #TeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/xdnJpUvivu— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) July 25, 2021
Manish Kaushik has been knocked out of Tokyo Olympics in the opening round after losing to Great Britain's Luke McCormack.
Mary Kom advanced to the next stage in Tokyo Olympics 2020 after a round of 32her first round split decision win over Minguelina Garcia Hernandez. The Indian boxer won the bout 4-1 on judges' cards.
Good news from Boxing folks:
Star Indian pugilist Mary Kom moves into Pre-QF (51kg) with hard-fought win (split verdict decision) over Dominican Republic boxer in 1st round. #Tokyo2020withIndia_AllSports pic.twitter.com/ZVBRpga4k7— India_AllSports (@India_AllSports) July 25, 2021
Manika Batra defeated Ukraine’s Margaryta Pesotska in the second round to advance at Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Indian Sailor Nethra Kumanan missed out on a place in the medal events in the women's laser radical category as she placed 27th after two races. Only the top 10 placed athletes advance forward.
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran lost to Hong Kong's Hang Siu Lam in the second round. The Indian table tennis star led 3-1 but lost the final three sets of the match.
Indian shooters Deepak Kumar and Divyansh Singh Panwar failed to qualify for the Men's 10m Air Pistol Final. The top eight athletes from qualification were set to make it to the finals while Kumar taking the 26th spot while Singh finished 32nd.
Indian shooters Deepak Kumar, Divyansh Singh Panwar are likely to fall short of Men's 10m Air Pistol qualification as they find themselves in 33rd and 35th spot respectively with juts Top 8 making it to the finals.
Indian Sailor Nethra Kumanan finished 33rd in race 1 Of women's laser radial event. She will have a chance to improve on her place in race 2.
Action continues at Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 as the competition enters day two. On day one India had a reason to smile as Mirabai Chanu won silver medal I the 49kg competition in women’s weightlifting. Day two will see many Indian athletes in action and it is going super Sunday for fans. Meanwhile, stay on this page for all the major updates, latest news, event and match results and medal winners list from day two of Tokyo Olympic Games 2020. Team India at Tokyo Olympics 2020 Schedule for July 25: Check Out Full Schedule, Timings, Events & Live Streaming Details For Day 2.
Today Indians will be in action in Shooting, Artistic Gymnastics, Rowing, Badminton, Tennis, Sailing, Table Tennis, Boxing, Hockey and Swimming. Big names like Manu Bhaker, PV Sindhu, Sania Mirza, Manika Batra, Mary Kom and men’s hockey team will take field. Team India at Tokyo Olympics 2020 Recap of July 24: Check Out India’s Medal Tally and All Event Results.
India are currently at joint-12th spot on the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 medal tally. Mirabai Chanu’s silver medal on day one was the only medal that came India’s way. Today the county will be hoping to taste success in other sporting events as well. Meanwhile, China is on top of the medals count with four medals in their kitty following by Italy and hosts Japan, both on number two.