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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

In 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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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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“Even if it’s not exactly a podium finish, will maybe bring eyes to the sport”- Aditi Ashok

It was a narrow miss but a broad display. Aditi Ashok, after finishing fourth in the Olympics, has turned into the poster girl of new-age sport in India. Through the Tokyo Olympics, Aditi Ashok’s putting held, but more importantly, the mind was in the right place. The two aspects, so …

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It’s an individual Olympic gold for India; Neeraj Chopra touches the summit after 13 years

On a watershed day for Indian Athletics, Neeraj Chopra bags an Olympic Gold Medal, in the Men’s Javelin Throw event. This is India’s second-ever individual Olympic gold medal after Abhinav Bindra’s gold in Beijing, 2008. Neeraj Chopra recorded the final-winning throw of 87.58m in his second attempt. His first attempt …

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