India had a memorable Saturday, as they added six more medals to their tally, including two golds. The focus would be on badminton, with a semi-final featuring several Indians. On Day 11, there is also the Men’s Javelin, where Navdeep will compete in the F41 Finals.
- India added six more medals to their tally, including two golds.
- The focus would be on badminton, with a semi-final featuring several Indians.
- On Day 11, there is also the Men’s Javelin, where Navdeep will compete in the F41 Finals.
- India have won 17 medals, their biggest haul at the huge event.
- There have been 15 podium appearances so far.
4 gold, 7 silver, and 6 bronze medals were awarded. This is how well the Indian contingent has done at the recent Tokyo Paralympics, where they have won 17 medals, their biggest haul at the huge event.
On the third day of the Paralympics, it was paddler Bhavinaben Patel who got India off to a good start by earning silver in the women’s singles table tennis Class 4 category. In the women’s 10m air rifle shooting standing SH1 event, India’s first gold of the competition was won by shooter Avani Lekhara. She went on to win another medal a few days later, this time in the women’s 50m rifle 3 positions shooting SH1 event.
In addition, Sumit Antil, who broke many world records, Manish Narwal, and Pramod Bhagat took first place.
There have been 15 podium appearances so far. Take a look at all of India’s medalists from the Games:
Silver medalist in the women’s singles table tennis Class 4 division is Bhavinaben Patel.
Men’s high jump T47 silver medalist Nishad Kumar
Avani Lekhara won a gold medal in the women’s 10m air rifle standing SH1 event.
Men’s javelin throw F46 silver medalist Devendra Jhajharia
Sundar Singh Gurjar won a bronze medal in the men’s javelin throw in the F46 category.
Men’s discus throw F56 – Yogesh Kathuniya – Silver Medal
Men’s javelin throw F64 gold medalist Sumit Antil
Men’s 10m air pistol shooting – Bronze Medalist Singhraj Adhana SH1
Men’s high jump T42 silver medalist Mariyappan Thangavelu
Men’s high jump T42 bronze medalist Sharad Kumar
Men’s high jump T64 silver medalist Praveen Kumar
Avani Lekhara was awarded a bronze medal in the women’s 50m rifle three-position shooting event.
Men’s individual recurve – open archery – Harvinder Singh – Bronze Medal
Manish Narwal – Men’s P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 Gold Medalist
Men’s P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 Silver Medalist Singhraj Adhana
Pramod Bhagat won the gold medal in men’s singles SL3 badminton.
Manoj Sarkar won a bronze medal in the men’s singles SL3 event in badminton.
One more medal is added to India's medal tally at #Tokyo2020 #Paralympics !— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) September 4, 2021
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