Tokyo Olympics: India's schedule and results on August 5
NEW DELHI: Ravi Dahiya will look to become India's second individual gold medallist in Olympics as he faces reigning world champion Russian Zavur Uguev in freestyle 57kg final on Thursday. The Indian men's hockey team will have a chance to secure an Olympic medal after 41 years when they take on Germany in the bronze medal match.
Following is the complete schedule of Indian action on Thursday:
4:00 AM: Women's Individual Stroke Play Round 2 (Aditi Ashok)
5:44 AM: Women's Individual Stroke Play Round 2 (Diksha Dagar)
7:00 AM: Men's Bronze Medal Match (India vs Germany)
7:30 AM Onwards: Women's Freestyle 57kg Repechage (Anshu Malik loses 1-5 to Valeria Koblova of ROC)
8:00 AM: Women's Freestyle 53kg 1/8 Final (Vinesh Phogat enters quarterfinals)
早上7:30开始:女子57公斤级自由式摔跤1/8决赛(Anshu Malik以1-5输给俄罗斯奥委会的Valeria Koblova)
1:00 PM: Men's 20km Race Walk Final (KT Irfan, Sandeep Kumar, Rahul Rohilla)
下午1:00:男子20公里竞走决赛(KT Irfan、Sandeep Kumar、Rahul Rohilla)
4:20 PM: Men's Freestyle 57kg Final (Ravi Dahiya vs Zavur Uguev of ROC)
4:40 PM: Men's Freestyle 86kg Bronze Medal Match (Deepak Punia)
Hope Ravi Dahiya will win Gold for our country.; and Men's Hockey team and Deepak Punia Bronze. Best of luck to Vinesh
Im personally happy with Indias performance this time. 60% of the medals in olympics are awarded in athletics and swimming. If IOC or go nment provide proper facilities and foreign training in these two areas, definitely medal count of India will incrase.
Big day for india tomorrow. 4 medals waiting.
India medals in Olympic till date: Gold 9 Silver 8 Bronze 14 Total 31
Mangal May Gupta
GOD willing, india will win in all ! pray
come on india
Best of luck for participants
There are certain idiots in the comments section, who knows nothing about Olympic medals and India's past performances.
India has only 9 Gold medals. Out of which 8 are in hockey and one Abhinav Bindra in sh ting. Hockey too, last medal was a bronze in 1980 Moscow Olympics.
Only one individual has more than one medal.
Going by the standards, India has done much better.
Hope India will win at least one Gold this time.
So far overall performance by Indian Olympians is nothing much to shout about. Performance by much smaller countries is much better. We have till now not won a single gold medal. For a country of 1.3 billion this is shameful. Some of the individual athletes belonging to USA and other countries have won more medals than what we have managed to do so for..
if we see the charts, countries with good economic condition are top the medals list. It doesn't mean that they have only got all the talented sports men. In countries like India and African nations sports talents who have calibre of breaking all the records could be seen exhibiting their talents just to beg for their piece of bread. among those only few good fated will get chance to excel.
Best of luck Indian olympic team millions of blessings back home are with you all. Never back down, give your best shot and leave the rest to God..
Advocate Amitabh Singh Raikwar
hope we get at least 3 golds in this olympic.
Best of Luck to Team India
We have 3 medals, that is also a big achievement. Our team is going to win lot more medals..
Probably going for another flop show by India- this is expected with so poor attention to sports and athletes most of whom prepare under beggar like condition without proper food and rest
Finger crossed for tommorrow's matches .. I hope all of them do their best .
Wishing good luck to our indian participants @ olympics.. Ho for Gold and Bronze medals for india on 5th August 2021.
BEST OF LUCK OF MY THE GREAT INDIA.
I hope he can win a gold medal. India's desire for gold medal has driven Indians crazy. With only one gold medal, Indians will rest in peace. God, please give India a gold medal to appease its empty spirit and ch honor!
Need More Land
Win more medals.
Very high expectations from our team and because it is our national sport
It was heartbreaking that both Indian Men and Women hockey team lost in the semis. Let's hope for the bronze now.