The Tokyo Olympic Games, which started on 23 July, end on 8 August. The people of Japan were completely against its event because they feared that due to the arrival of so many people from outside, the corona would spread rapidly in the country. Well, nothing like that happened.
Barring a few cases of Corona, the Tokyo Olympics will be considered successful. 206 countries, 33 sports, 339 competitions, and more than 11000 athletes participated in this biggest sports event in the world.
Tokyo Olympics 2021 saw sport climbing, surfing, karate, and skateboarding make their Olympic debuts, as well as the return of baseball and softball for the first time since the 2008 Bejing Olympics.
Tokyo Olympics were historic in many ways for India. Although we were at number 33 in the medal table after winning 7 medals, Neeraj Chopra gave gold to the country for the first time in athletics.
The hockey team got a bronze medal after 41 years. The women’s hockey team reached the semi-finals for the first time in the Olympics.
For India, 7 medals in Tokyo Olympics are like seven colors of the rainbow. Spreading his different aura on the sky. Let’s take a look at these seven winners like a rainbow.
Tokyo Olympics 2021: 1 Gold,2 Silver,4 Bronze, Indian Rainbow In Tokyo
1 – Neeraj Chopra – Subedar in the Indian Army, Haryana resident Neeraj gave gold to the country in Tokyo, which was India’s first in this Olympics and also the country’s first gold in Olympic history.
2 – Mirabai Chanu – Mirabai got the country’s first medal (silver) in Tokyo in 49 category kg weightlifting.
3 – Ravikumar Dahiya – 2nd Silver medal in Tokyo in 57 kg freestyle wrestling.
4- PV Sindhu – Sindhu, who won a silver at the 2016 Rio Olympics, continued her winning streak in Tokyo by winning a bronze in the singles event of badminton for the country.
5 – Lovlina Borgohain – Bronze in 69kg welterweight boxing
6- Men’s Hockey Team – After 41 years India’s Men’s hockey team beat Germany by 5-4 and won the Bronze in Tokyo Olympics.
7- Bajrang Punia – Bronze in freestyle 65kg wrestling.