July 2, 2022

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Tokyo Olympics 2020 : Bajrang Wins Bronze Medal, Defeats Kazakhstan Wrestler

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The Tokyo Olympics has not been as expected for India so far. While both the men’s and women’s teams performed better than expected in hockey, there was disappointment in archery and shooting. Today, on the 16th day of the Olympics, India is hoping for a medal. In Javelin’s throw, Neeraj Chopra will be in search of gold, while Bajrang Punia will play the bronze medal match. Indian golfer Aditi Ashok finished fourth in the fourth and final round of golf.

Bajrang fight begins

In the second half also, Bajrang showed a great game and scored 2 points in the first few minutes to make the score 4-0 and then took it to 6-0 after getting 2 more points. After this, there was no chance left for the Kazakhstan wrestler to return. Gaining two more points in the last minute, Bajrang reduced his score gap to 8-0. 

Bajrang, who went to play in the bronze medal match, showed an aggressive game against Kazakhstan wrestler Daulat Niyazbekov in the first half. At the end of the first half, the Indian wrestler has a 2-0 lead. 

Neeraj’s eye on gold, Bajrang’s bronze

Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia will take on Kazakhstan wrestler Daulat Niyazbekov to claim a bronze medal in the freestyle 65kg category. They have to compete at 3.55 on which the whole of India is eyeing. Shortly after this match, Indian team star Neeraj Chopra will present his claim in the javelin throw. 

Aditi misses out on Silver Medal

Indian golfer Aditi Ashok finished fourth in the Tokyo Olympics and in the final round of golf. Along with this, she missed out on winning a medal as well as creating history. She got a tough fight from New Zealand’s Lydia. Lydia won the bronze medal. America’s Nelly Korda won Gold and Japan’s Mone Prize won Silver. The match had to be postponed for a while due to bad weather in Tokyo.

Let us tell you that the Indian golfer had a very good start on Saturday. In the fourth round, she scored a par-4 on the first three holes and reached the first place. She was joint first with America’s Nelly Korda. Aditi was second after three rounds on Friday with a score of 12-under 201. America’s Nelli Korda was three strokes ahead of her, who scored two-under 69 in this round.

Neeraj Chopra will go for the medal

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra may end the 100-year wait for an Olympic medal. Today he will enter the final match. He is considered the top contender for the medal. He performed as expected in the qualification and made it to the final with a throw of 86.59m in the first attempt itself.

 

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