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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 15 Highlights, Gold It Is.

Neeraj Chopra Won Tokyo Olympic Gold in Javelin Throw
August 7, 2021 0 Comments

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 15: What a day for Indian Athletes in the Tokyo Olympics 2020, India won the first-ever Gold in Athletics/Javelin Throw at the Olympics. Boy with a Golden Arm Neeraj Chopra created history by winning an Olympics Gold in men’s Javelin Throw.

On the other hand, Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia defeated Daulet Niyazbekov from Kazakhstan and won the bronze medal. 

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 15 – India at Olympics Today

Some Updates regarding today’s games played by the Indian athletes at Tokyo Olympics 2020 are explained as follows:

Athletics – Neeraj Chopra

The Boy with a Golden Arm, Neeraj Chopra created history by winning a Gold in men’s Javelin Throw at Tokyo Olympics 2020. Neeraj threw the distance of 87.58m, the best in his all 6 attempts. J Vadlejch of Czech Republic threw 86.76m and bagged Silver. Whereas V. Vesley of Czech Republic settled third with 85.44m. 

Neeraj Chopra’s mother is ready to welcome India’s Olympic Gold medalist, with his favorite dish as soon as he lands in India, Panipat from Tokyo Olympics 2020.

While in her interview, Today, she stated, “I was confident that my son would win the Javelin gold medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020.” A proud and delighted mother she is today, indeed. 

Meanwhile, social media got flooded with the public’s reactions. Be it a cricketer or Actor, politician, or Former Olympian, people were in an upbeat mood, they appreciated and congratulated the Indian athlete who made the nation proud by fantabulous performance.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 Day 15


In the Men’s Wrestling freestyle 65kg Bronze medal match today, Indian wrestler Bajrang Punia defeated Daulet Niyazbekov from Kazakhstan with a score of 8-0. He bagged the much-awaited bronze medal after he lost the semi-final to Haji Aliyev of Azerbaijan yesterday.

Bajrang got a knee injury during the bout with the Ernazar Ekmataliev of Kyrgyzstan in the 1/8 event, still, he didn’t back out & played all events, and finally bagged a bronze medal back home

Previously in 2019, Bajrang had lost the World Championships semi-final to 8-time national champion Niyazbekov.  


Today, in round 4 of the Women’s Golf individual Final match at Tokyo Olympics 2020, India golfer Aditi Ashok secured 4th position among 60 players. This indeed is an achievement, India, traditionally isn’t known for golf, however, with the commending performance and efforts of the young and dynamic – Aditi Ashok, India is not standing tall along with nations who topped gold.

Nelly Korda of the United States who played the 2019 Solheim Cup & the LPGA Tour & remained victorious six times, stood first and won the gold medal in the golf tournament with a total of -17, M Inami of Japan secured 2nd place and got Silver with -16. Whereas L. Ko of New Zealand managed 3rd position with -16. Aditi was not far behind with -15.

Aditi Ashok stood 4th in Tokyo olympics

Aditi was 2nd till yesterday after round 3, but today in the 4th round the inability to make any birdies over the final four holes costed her. In comparison, Inami and Ko each had two birdies and a bogey over that stretch. The one-shot gained proved decisive in Aditi being edged out of the playoff to decide second and third places.

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