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Tokyo Paralympics: Sensational Javelin Throw session; Devendra Jhajharia wins silver, Sundar Singh Gurjar wins bronze

Two-time Paralympic champion Devendra Jhajharia, clinched silver medal in the Men’s Javelin Throw F46 category at the Tokyo Paralympics. Sundar Singh Gurjar picked up the bronze medal in the same final. The athletes who fall under the F46 category have some kind of an arm deficiency, impaired muscle power or …

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Tokyo Paralympics- Bhavina Patel assures medal; becomes the first Indian para Table Tennis player to enter semi final in the Paralympics

On a historic day for Indian Table Tennis, paddler Bhavina Patel became the first Indian para Table Tennis player to book a spot in the semi final of the Paralympics and assured a medal for the country.  In the quarter final match, Bhavina Patel defeated World No 2 and defending …

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Parallel to Olympics, the ‘Paralympics’ exist; the 16th summer edition set to start in Tokyo

The word Paralympic is derived from the Greek preposition ‘para’, which means ‘beside’  and the word ‘Olympic’. It means that Paralympics are parallel to the Olympic Games and illustrates the way in which the two movements coexist alongside each other. The Paralympics is arguably the most important international sports competition …

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19 surgeries could not stop him; today Niranjan Mukundan is the proud representative of Indian Swimming in Tokyo Paralympics

India has the biggest contingent at the Paralympics this year and it is filled with a number of stars, from different sports fields. One such name is Niranjan Mukundan, an incredible swimmer, who is looking to lift the tricolour high at Tokyo. Niranjan Mukundan will be flying on the 27th …

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With two Olympic gold medal in his kitty, Devendra Jhajharia, with his javelin, is aiming for the third at Tokyo Paralympics

The whole of India is rejoicing Neeraj Chopra’s win at the Tokyo Olympics. However, unbeknownst to probably most of India’s population, an Indian, Devendra Jhajharia, is the proud winner of 2 gold medals in Javelin Throw at 2 separate editions of the biggest sporting spectacle in the world.  The thing …

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