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gvaisakh

India National Thread | Road to Tokyo 2020

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gvaisakh    22
1 hour ago, gvaisakh said:

ISSF World Cup

 

Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position - All 3 Indians qualify for finals. Sanjeev Rajput finished at 2nd, Akhil Sheoran at 4th & Swapnil Kusale at 7th in qualifiers. Final will start in 45 minutes

 

Women's 25m Pistol - Manu Bhaker is in 2nd place and Annu Raj Singh in 8th place after Precision stage. This along with 10m Pistol performance indicates that she is the future of Women's Pistol in India

Akhil Sheoran won India's 4th gold medal.

 

Hard luck to Sanjeev Rajput. Was leading after kneeling & prone stage. The wind picked up during standing stage & Sanjeev struggled to finish 4th. Swapnil finished 6th

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Dolby    154
2 minutes ago, gvaisakh said:

Akhil Sheoran won India's 4th gold medal.

 

Hard luck to Sanjeev Rajput. Was leading after kneeling & prone stage. The wind picked up during standing stage & Sanjeev struggled to finish 4th. Swapnil finished 6th

Manu would win the 10th medal for us :fingers:

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Prashanth    32

India would have the highest medals in a single world cup and will top the table also for the first time ever...What a historical world cup this has been for team India.

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Prashanth    32

Indian's in Action

 

ATP 1000 Masters Indian Wells

Men's:- Yuki in Rd2

Doubles:- Rohan/Roger loose in Rd1

 

ISSF World Cup- Mexico

 

Hero Indian Golf Open 2018

 

FIH Women's 2018 Korea Tour

India vs Korea

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Dolby    154
1 hour ago, Prashanth said:

India would have the highest medals in a single world cup and will top the table also for the first time ever...What a historical world cup this has been for team India.

We have equaled our tally for the last year. 9 medals in 2017 (8 of which were won in home conditions in WC1 and WCF). 9 medals in this World Cup. 

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sanjaydas    1

Where can you find the qualification criteria across all sports?

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Dolby    154
13 minutes ago, sanjaydas said:

Where can you find the qualification criteria across all sports?

Not declared yet. Once IOC declares it, we will update all the qualification systems. In the meantime, you can follow all the news about the formats here

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Prashanth    32

Indian's in Action

 

ATP 1000 Masters Indian Wells

Men's:- Yuki in Rd3

 

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Prashanth    32

UWW Rankings

Navjot Kaur, has jumped to the second spot in the world women's 65kg.

Vinesh Phogat has also bagged second position in the ranking list under the 50kg weight category.

Bajrang Punia, under 65kg weight category, along with Sakshi Malik, under 62kg weight category, have secured fourth place in their respective weight categories.

Sangeeta Phogat has secured the fifth place in 57kg weight category.

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Prashanth    32

Golf Ranking

Men's

S Sharma           -64

A Lahiri             - 80

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Prakash    4
5 hours ago, Prashanth said:

Indian's in Action

 

ATP 1000 Masters Indian Wells

Men's:- Yuki in Rd3

 

Yuki Bhambri have registered the biggest win of his career as he toppled world number 12 Lucas Pouille

 

The win has already ensured Bhambri 45 ranking points. Bhambri will next take on American world number 21 Sam Querry.

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Prakash    4

Indian Davis Cup Update

 

The national selectors named the 44-year-old Paes in the Indian team that will take on China in the Asia-Oceania Group 1 second round tie in Tianjin on April 6-7.

Apparently, the selection committee headed by chairman SP Misra overruled “reservations” expressed by Rohan Bopanna.

Yuki Bhambri, Ramkumar Ramanathan, Sumit Nagal and Rohan Bopanna are the other four members of the team which has Divij Sharan as reserve.

Ties will be played over two days instead of three and each rubber will be best of three, instead of five.

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