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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 7 July 29 Pv Sindhu Mary Kom Anirban Lahiri Satish Kumar Manu Bhaker Rahi Sarnobat And Many More Indian Athelets Will Be In Action

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Today is the seventh day of the Tokyo Olympics, which is very important from the Indian point of view. Today, all the athletes from India will challenge in shooting, boxing, badminton and golf. In men’s hockey, India will face Argentina.

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Today is the seventh day of the Tokyo Olympics, which is very important from India’s point of view. Today Indian athletes will present their challenge in shooting, boxing, badminton and golf. Whereas in hockey, the Indian team will face Argentina. The sixth day of the Olympics was a mixed one for India. India’s medal winning hopes are alive with better performances from Deepika Kumari, Pooja Rani and PV Sindhu.

Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh presented the challenge for India in the men’s lightweight doubles sculls event. But this Indian pair finished fifth. This is India’s best ever performance in the Olympics.

In the third series in the women’s 25m air pistol event, Rahi Sarnobat could not maintain her momentum and could only manage 94 points. Earlier, performing brilliantly in the second series, he scored 97 points and made it to the top 6.

In the hockey match being played between India and Argentina, Argentina’s goal was scored in 47 minutes. Now both the teams are tied at 1-1. Mico Casella scored through a penalty corner in the 47th minute to level Argentina.

India’s star badminton player PV Sindhu has reached the last eight. She defeated Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark 2-0 in the women’s singles last 16 match. Sindhu won the first game 21-15 and the second game 21-13. Now Sindhu will next face Yamaguchi.

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Today is the seventh day of the Tokyo Olympics, which is very important from India’s point of view. Today Indian athletes will present their challenge in shooting, boxing, badminton and golf. Whereas in hockey, the Indian team will face Argentina. The sixth day of the Olympics was a mixed one for India. India’s medal winning hopes are alive with better performances from Deepika Kumari, Pooja Rani and PV Sindhu.

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