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India National Thread | Road to Tokyo 2020

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A quick analysis of If we were to get medals at tokyo olympics  as per world ranking in  based on todays world ranking  

 

 

 

 

Shooting 

 

10M Air pistol Men 

 

SILVER . Abhishek 

BRONZE  Saurabh

 

 

10  M Air rifle Women 

 

GOLD Apurvi 

SILVER Anjum 

 

Mixed Rifle Team ( back of the envelope calculations - No offical ranking ) 

 

GOLD India A - Divyansh and Anjum 

BRONZE  India B - Apurvi and Deepak

 

Mixed Pistol Team 

 

GOLD - Saurabh and Manu 

 

 

Wrestling 

 

50 Kg Women

 

BRONZE - Seema 

 

66 Kg Men 

 

GOLD - Bajrang 

 

 

Boxing 

 

57 Kg Women

 

Sonia - BRONZE

 

Weightlifting 

 

BRONZE - Mirabai Chanu 

 

 

Total would be 4-2-4

 

 

Actually I would be extremely happy if we can do that 

Edited by nitinsanker

strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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4 hours ago, Dolby said:

I think 7/8 spots are almost final: 2 Chinese, 2 Japanese, Tai, Sindhu and Intanon. For the 8th spot, it is a fight between Marin, Saina and others. Marin has got horrible draws in her comeback. Chen Yu Fei in Korea Open and Nozomi Okuhara in China Open. I don't expect Marin to win either match, so close to her return. So, she will lose valuable chance to get points. Hence, the confidence (or you can say hope) in Saina retaining the 8th seed. 

 

 

Haha... yeah, I did (delightfully) notice that. Poor her! Saina has no easier draws either. She needs to chose her tournaments smartly going forward. 

 

Tho more than her seeding I am almost obsessed with Sindhu getting a top 3 billing. That could make a huge difference since most likely the first 3 seeds will by pass R16. There will be some big floaters in R16 at Tokyo. Sindhu is well on her way there thanks to 13000 from Basel. So really hopeful

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nice results from the asian junior and cadet TT tournament  ( two medals ) 

 

 

Junior Boys team finished 2nd ( losing to china ) but beating korea 

Junior girsl finished 7th 

cadet boys lost int he quarters 

 

payas jain in cadet boys  finished with silver 

yashwini gorpade finished 6th in cadet girls 

 

 

 


strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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19 hours ago, nitinsanker said:

A quick analysis of If we were to get medals at tokyo olympics  as per world ranking in  based on todays world ranking  

 

 

 

 

Shooting 

 

10M Air pistol Men 

 

SILVER . Abhishek 

BRONZE  Saurabh

 

 

10  M Air rifle Women 

 

GOLD Apurvi 

SILVER Anjum 

 

Mixed Rifle Team ( back of the envelope calculations - No offical ranking ) 

 

GOLD India A - Divyansh and Anjum 

BRONZE  India B - Apurvi and Deepak

 

Mixed Pistol Team 

 

GOLD - Saurabh and Manu 

 

 

Wrestling 

 

50 Kg Women

 

BRONZE - Seema 

 

66 Kg Men 

 

GOLD - Bajrang 

 

 

Boxing 

 

57 Kg Women

 

Sonia - BRONZE

 

Weightlifting 

 

BRONZE - Mirabai Chanu 

 

 

Total would be 4-2-4

 

 

Actually I would be extremely happy if we can do that 

I expect to go past 10 this time, definitely 1 or 2 in badminton add to that Vinesh(Wrestling) & Amit(Boxing) maybe Mens hockey,  if Manika can get back to form like last year, even in TT we have a chance, I hope her current horrible form is temporary, will come back strong like Sindhu did. My target would be 15, realistically expecting to close around that number. Also Neeraj Chopra is recovering well let's keep some hope on the Champion athlete.

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Also Neeraj Chopra is recovering well let's keep some hope on the Champion athlete.

 

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4 minutes ago, Sanjib said:

I expect to go past 10 this time, definitely 1 or 2 in badminton add to that Vinesh(Wrestling) & Amit(Boxing) maybe Mens hockey,  if Manika can get back to form like last year, even in TT we have a chance, I hope her current horrible form is temporary, will come back strong like Sindhu did. My target would be 15, realistically expecting to close around that number. Also Neeraj Chopra is recovering well let's keep some hope on the Champion athlete.

 

Hockey or TT is unlikely ......  neeraj at hist best is still behind the germans and a couple of others , so needs to improve .... I think one more in boxing is possible and so is wrestling and sindhu performs well under pressure ........but you must remember that from these a couple may fail .....so +2-3 and then -2 to 3 , i feel if we do 10-12 I will be thrilled 


strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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I did a detailed analysis of world ranking positions by Indians In all major olympic sports ( Shooting , Wrestling , Atheletics , Boxing , Hockey , Archery , Judo , Gymnastics , TT , tennis , badminton , Taekwondo , Sailing , weightlifting ) and this is the results ) 

 

 

  Beijing London Rio Tokyo
top 100 Rankings  118 234 224 247
MEDAL slot ranking 3 4 3 14
Top 10  19 24 33 48
In 11-25 21 45 44 46
In 25-50 57 69 53 64
fifty plus 23 96 95 89

 

 

You can see that there is a Huge improvement in Medal slots from 3-4 to 14 and also a significant change in top 10 rankings by 50% increase , obviously nearly every medal will come from the 48 events  where we are in top 10 or around there 


strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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Just now, nitinsanker said:

 

Hockey or TT is unlikely ......  neeraj at hist best is still behind the germans and a couple of others , so needs to improve .... I think one more in boxing is possible and so is wrestling and sindhu performs well under pressure ........but you must remember that from these a couple may fail .....so +2-3 and then -2 to 3 , i feel if we do 10-12 I will be thrilled 

Agreed some will fail, Neeraj without the injury was expected to touch 90m this year his coach always said that, maybe he can in 2020 before Tokyo, we may also get more than 6 in shooting looking into the recent stats, let's keep our fingers crossed, mens recurve archery team also won silver to qualify, we had no expectations from Sakshi last time, surprises both way are expected lets see how close can we get to the figure of 15.

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Just now, Sanjib said:

Agreed some will fail, Neeraj without the injury was expected to touch 90m this year his coach always said that, maybe he can in 2020 before Tokyo, we may also get more than 6 in shooting looking into the recent stats, let's keep our fingers crossed, mens recurve archery team also won silver to qualify, we had no expectations from Sakshi last time, surprises both way are expected lets see how close can we get to the figure of 15.

I have given a detailed ranking analysis over 4 olympics .... quite interesting 


strength does not come from physical capacity but from an indomitable will. - Gandhi

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Just now, nitinsanker said:

I did a detailed analysis of world ranking positions by Indians In all major olympic sports ( Shooting , Wrestling , Atheletics , Boxing , Hockey , Archery , Judo , Gymnastics , TT , tennis , badminton , Taekwondo , Sailing , weightlifting ) and this is the results ) 

 

 

  Beijing London Rio Tokyo
top 100 Rankings  118 234 224 247
MEDAL slot ranking 3 4 3 14
Top 10  19 24 33 48
In 11-25 21 45 44 46
In 25-50 57 69 53 64
fifty plus 23 96 95 89

 

 

You can see that there is a Huge improvement in Medal slots from 3-4 to 14 and also a significant change in top 10 rankings by 50% increase , obviously nearly every medal will come from the 48 events  where we are in top 10 or around there 

A ha. I missed it nice work man, we have 14 currently in medal ranking, surely we will deliver the goods this time, big few months for badminton coming up, I know we have disappointed in mens hockey in the past, we are still no. 5 currently and the Pro League next year will tell the story, rmbr our performances in Champions trophy recently have been sublime. Not thinking abt qualifications at all should be easy.

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