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Essay on Tokyo Olympics 2020 Medal Winners from India


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Essay on Tokyo Olympics 2020 Medal Winners from India



There was a total of six medal winners from India this year who were individual and also the Indian hockey men's team also secured a bronze medal.

1. Neeraj Chopra

Neeraj Chopra is an Indian filled athlete he was born on 24 December 1997. he is an Indian javelin thrower he won a gold medal for India on 7th august 2021 his parent's name is Satish Kumar and Saroj Devi his father is a farmer by profession.

He is in first Indian athlete to win under 20 world championships in trek and field, he is also a junior commissioned officer (JCO) in the Indian army. He received coaching from Uwe Horn from Germany.

I have also included a brief about the achievements of each player you can also include them in your essay to create an impression.



Achievements of Neeraj Chopra

Neeraj Chopra won a Gold medal in the Asian Games in 2018. he was also nominated for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2018 in the 2016 IAAF world under 20 championship he has a world record of 86.48 meters.



2. Meerabai Chanu

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu is an Indian weightlifter, she was born on 8th august 1994 in Manipur she has bagged a silver medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020. 

she has also become the second Indian weight lifter after Karna Maheshwari to win an Olympic medal Achievements of Mirabai Chanu.


Achievements of Meerabai Chanu

She has received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Padma Shri awards in 2018. she has also been awarded many other awards.



3. Ravi Kumar Dahiya

Ravi Kumar Dahiya was born in Sonipat Haryana on 12th June 1997. his parent's names are Rakesh Dahiya and Urmila Dahiya his father is a small farmer by profession.

Ravi Kumar showed interest in wrestling at an age of 10 years he got his training under Sat Pal Singh.


Achievements of Ravi Kumar

He won a Silver in the World Junior Wrestling Championship in 2015 followed by another silver in 2018 and 19 a Bronze at the world championship. 

In 2020 he won his first international Gold at the Asian wrestling championship recently he won a silver medal for a country at Tokyo Olympics 2020.


4. P.V. Sindhu


P.V. Sindhu, she was born on 5th July 1995 in a Telugu family she was always fascinated with sports because her parents were volleyball players at the age of six she had decided to perceive her career in sports.

Achievements of P.V. Sindhu

she won a silver in at Rio in brazil she has won the fifth all India ranking championship she also awarded with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratan Award, Recently she won a bronze medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020.


5. Lovlina Borgohain

Lovlina Borgohain is an Indian boxer she was born on 2nd October 1997. she hails from the golaghat district of Assam her father Tiken is a small-scale businessman and struggled financially to support his daughter's ambition she started as a kickboxer but switched to boxing later when she found an opportunity to do so.

Achievements of Lovlina Borgohain

She has made India proud by winning a bronze at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 she has also won two bronze at the world championship Asian championship in the years 2017 and 2021 Dubai.


6. Bajrang Punia

Is an Indian free shelf wrestler who was born on 26 Feb 1994 punia was born in kudan village of Haryana he began wrestling at the age of 7 and was encouraged by his father to continue currently, he also works as an Indian railway on the post of a Gazetted officer and here are some.

Achievements of Bajrang Punia

He was a Bronze at Tokyo Olympics, He won a Silver at Budapest 2018 and Bronze at 3013 Budapest, He has also won Gold for 2018 Jakarta, He has also won many more medals.





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