Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 8 July 30 Deepika Kumari Manu Bhaker Rahi Sarnobat Pv Sindhu Lovlina Borgohain Avinash Sable Dutee Chand And Many More Will Be In Action – Tokyo Olympics

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, Tokyo

Published by: Om. Light
Updated Fri, 30 Jul 2021 07:40 AM IST

Summary

India got off to a great start on the eighth day of Tokyo Olympics. Star archer Deepika Kumar defeated Ksenia Perova of the Russian Olympic Committee to enter the quarter-finals. Sprinter Avinash could not make it to the finals of the 3000 men’s steeplechase event. Athletes like PV Sindhu, Lovlina Borgohain will show their stamina on the eighth day. Whereas in athletics, Avinash Sabale Dutee Chand will present India’s challenge. The women’s hockey team will face Ireland. While the men’s hockey team will take on Japan.

Deepika Kumari
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On the eighth day of the Tokyo Olympics, world number 1 female archer Deepika Kumari made a splendid performance to reach the quarter-finals. In this match, she defeated Ksenia Perova of the Russian Olympic Committee in a shoot-off. Deepika won the match 6-5. Sprinter Avinash Sable could not make it to the final of the 3000 men’s steeplechase event. Apart from this, PV Sindhu in Badminton women’s quarterfinals, Lovlina Borgohain in boxing will show her strength. In athletics, Dutee Chand will present her challenge for India. In hockey, the women’s team will face Ireland while the men’s hockey team will take on Japan. The seventh day in the Tokyo Olympics was a great day for India. If Mary Kom’s match is left out, then all the other Indian athletes performed well.

World number one archery Deepika Kumari of India made it to the quarterfinals of the women’s archery event. Now he has raised hopes of a medal. In this match, Deepika Kumari defeated Ksenia Perova of Russia Olympic Committee in the shoot-off. Deepika won the match 6-5. In the shootoff, Senia could hit only 7 while Deepika was able to hit 10. While Deepika won the first and third sets, Senia won the second and fifth sets. The fourth set was even.

India’s Avinash Sable could not make it to the final in the 3000 men’s steeplechase event. He made a national record by performing well during this period. But could not qualify for the final. He finished seventh. Avinash managed to set the national record with a time of 8:18.12. Sable broke his record of 8:20.20 in the Federation Cup in March.

Indian shooter Manu Bhaker could not perform very well in the rapid round. Currently, he is in 11th position with 290 points. To qualify for the finals, they have to be in the top 8. Manu had scored 96 in the first series of the rapid round, 97-97 in the second and third series. While another shooter Rahi Sarnobat disappointed.

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On the eighth day of the Tokyo Olympics, world number 1 female archer Deepika Kumari made a splendid performance to reach the quarter-finals. In this match, she defeated Ksenia Perova of the Russian Olympic Committee in a shoot-off. Deepika won the match 6-5. Sprinter Avinash Sable could not make it to the finals of the 3000 men’s steeplechase event. Apart from this, PV Sindhu in Badminton women’s quarterfinals, Lovlina Borgohain in boxing will show her strength. In athletics, Dutee Chand will present her challenge for India. In hockey, the women’s team will face Ireland while the men’s hockey team will take on Japan. The seventh day in the Tokyo Olympics was a great day for India. If Mary Kom’s match is left out, then all the other Indian athletes performed well.

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