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India National Thread | Road to Tokyo 2020



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13 minutes ago, nitinsanker said:

Yes...... Kudos to the team of raninder narinder et al to run this event and force the cwg committee to run these events .... We should be having I believe at least 20-25 shooting events as India should add some if our favourite pistol events along with double trap and prone ...... And archery at least 10 events including compound...... Good chance for India to cross 38 gold that they got in 2010 where we finished 2nd ....... As we should start with at least 20 golds!!!!! ....... 

Wikipedia saying 19 and 8 events in shooting : archery.... Not sure if they are right

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

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His plea about what ??? There are qualifying tournaments still left..if he wants to compete he can...ask for wild card may be when he tries and loses. At the moment he may not even be the best in Indi

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25 minutes ago, Fly_like_a_don said:

That won't happen. Medal tally will be updated 1 week after Closing Ceremony. 

Not worried about the medal updation but since these events are earlier we know where we will be at the beginning of June even before the events start 

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New ranking out in UWW...

 

 

GR

 

Sunil climbed 12 places to the fourth in the UWW World Rankings with 32 points. This higher ranking will play an important role at the Olympic seeding and help him avoid tough opponents if he makes it to the Tokyo 2020 Games 

Ashu, the 67kg Greco Roman bronze medallist, has also improved his world rankings. He is now placed seventh with a jump of 19 ranks.

 

India 2/6 top 10 in Olympic category

 

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Both Rahul Aware and Tokyo-bound Deepak Punia have climbed to the second spot in 61kg and 86kg category respectively. Bajrang stays at 2nd , jitender 12th , satyawrat 12th ...... No rating in 125, 92 and 70...

 

 

3/6 top 3 in Olympic category, 2 in 12/13 position

 

Women

In women’s wrestling, while Anshu and Divya Kakran has moved up in the list with gold medal finishes, Vinesh Phogat has fallen a place lower now.

Anshu and Divya are ranked seventh and sixth in 57kg and 68kg category respectively. Vinesh, however, has now moved to the third spot, losing her second position to Japan’s Mayu Mukaidu. 

 

Nirmala is also 6th ..... Pinki 10th 

 

We have no ranking in 62 and 76 ...... 

 

4/6 top 10 in Olympic category 

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I am hoping that out of these 11 in the Olympic category in the top 10 as well 12/13 ranked and then if we add gurpreet / sumit / whoever participates in 62 women as possibles...... We will  have 14 possible qualifiers.... I think realistically we can get 10 into the Tokyo Olympics...... ( of course we have 4 so another 6-7 I feel is realistic

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52 minutes ago, sanjaydas said:

Our real hope is in Shooting, Wrestling and Boxing, in that order. Probably with addition from men's hockey, mirabai and javelin.

Badminton would definitely be ahead of the last three and would add archery to the last three 

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

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37 minutes ago, sanjaydas said:

No qualification in golf this time.

At present we are on track to qualify 4 golfers to Tokyo. 2 in both genders.

 

Rashid Khan is at 53 in IGF Olympic rankings, after deducting players not eligible due to NOC limit. Udayan Mane is at 60. Sharma and Kapur are R2 and R3. I expect a decent amount of professional golfers will skip Olympics, so we are in decent position to get atleast 1 men Golfer. Realistically, 2 is feasible. 

 

Aditi at 38 is almost surely qualified to Olympics. Diksha is at 57 at present. I think there is not much depth in Ladies Golf, so one decent result can push someone else in qualifying spot, so Diksha is not safe but there is hope. 

 

So, we should qualify 2-4 golfers for Olympics. 

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