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Tokyo Olympics: Deepika kumari advances to quarterfinals, Sable sets National record but does not qualify.

by RTD Journal

After an impressive day 6 at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, the Indian contingent will be hoping to an inch in the direction of adding every other medal to their gift tally of one silver clinched by way of Mirabai Chanu last week. Shooters Manu Bhaker and Rahi Sarnobat and global no.1 archer Deepika kumari can be vying for a gap in the final of their respective character activities as they kick off the proceedings for India on day 7. In the meantime, Rio Olympic medallist PV Sindhu might be aiming to reach the semis and the Indian women’s hockey team, surviving on a wing and prayer, can be hoping to add one win to their call in the opposition and maintain their bleak probabilities of creating the following round alive.

India 3000m steeplechase athlete Avinash Sable set a new countrywide record however changed into unable to qualify to the final. Deepika kumari will face Korea’s a san inside the quarterfinals after she defeated roc’s Ksenia Perova in the pre-quarters of the women’s individual archery. Manu Bhaker and Rahi Sarnobat look to make it to the women’s 25m pistol very last. Pv Sindhu has her mission reduce out as she faces Akane Yamaguchi inside the area-finals while boxer Lovlina Borgohain may want to verify India’s 2nd medal with a win over Nien-Chin Chen. Deepika Kumari will face An San in the quarterfinals, the 20-year-old Korean who has already won two gold medals in Tokyo in the team and mixed events. A steep, steep challenge for the Indian.

 

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