Tokyo Olympics 2020 Games Day 10 Highlights: Kamalpreet Kaur finished sixth in the women’s discus throw final with the best throw of 63.70m. The women’s discus final had been delayed due to rain with Kamalpreet Kaur seventh on the board after two rounds. This is India’s joint-best athletics result since Anju Bobby George finished fifth in long jump event at the 2004 Athens Olympics. In the 2012 London Olympics, Krishna Poonia also finished sixth in discus throw. Fouaad Mirza finished 23rd in the 25-man Equestrian Jumping final with a total of 59.60.
The Indian women’s hockey team have scripted history! They have booked their spot in the semifinals of the Olympics for the very first time after beating Australia 1-0 in the quarterfinals. Rani Rampal and her team will face Argentina in the semis who beat Germany 3-0 in the previous quarterfinals match. Fouaad Mirza qualified for the Equestrian-Jumping Final event. Sprinter Dutee Chand failed to make it to the semifinals of the women’s 200m dash as she finished seventh in her heat and 38th overall out of 41 athletes. She clocked 23.85s which was her season’s best performance yet could not progress. Indian shooters Aishwary Singh Tomar and Sanjeev Rajput failed to qualify for the finals of the Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions finishing outside of top 20.
It was a monumental day for Indian hockey and badminton at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday and it could very well turn out to be another special day for India on Monday. While Manpreet Singh-led men’s hockey team sealed a top 4 finish after a gap of more than four decades, reigning world champion P.V. Sindhu won her second consecutive Olympics in the women’s singles bronze-medal match against World No.9, He Bingjiao of China.
Where to Watch?
Fans can catch the live action of the ongoing Tokyo Olympics on Sony TEN 2 HD/SD and Sony TEN 1 HD/SD channels. National broadcaster Doordarshan will also telecast Tokyo Olympics live on its network.
How can I live stream the Tokyo Olympics?
They can also live stream on SonyLIV app and website.
Here’s a look at the Indian contingent’s schedule for August 2: (Please note all timings are in IST)
Women’s 200m – Round 1 Heat 4: Dutee Chand, starts at 07:24 AM
Women’s 200m – Semi-final 1: Dutee Chand (if she qualifies), starts at 3:55 PM
Women’s discus throw – Finals: Kamalpreet Kaur, starts at 04:30 PM
Eventing Individual Jumping – qualifier: Fouaad Mirza, starts at 1:30 PM
Eventing Individual Jumping – Final: Fouaad Mirza (if he qualifies), starts at 5:15 PM
Women’s Quarterfinals: India vs Australia, starts at 8:30 AM
50m Rifle 3 Positions Men’s – Qualification: Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Sanjeev Rajput, starts at 8:00 AM
50m Rifle 3 Positions Men’s – Final: if they qualify, starts at 1:20 PM