Tokyo 2020 Olympics Games Latest News and Live Updates: In 100m backstroke men’s too, Srihari Nataraj has been ousted in the heats with a time of 54.31. It is end of the road for Maana Patel. She finished 39th in the overall rankings with a time of 1:05.20 7.32 and has been knocked out in the heats for the Women’s 100m Backstroke semi-finals. Indian men’s hockey lose to Australia 1-7 in their second game. In boxing, Kaushik Manish lost 1-4 to England’s Luke McCormack in the Round of 32 of men’s light preliminaries. Mary Kom booked her spot in the Round of 16 in the women’s flyweight category. Manika Batra forged a comeback victory to advance to the next round, with a thrilling win in seven games However, it was the end of the road for G Sathiyan who suffered an upset defeat at the hands of lower-ranked Siu Hang Lam. India’s disappointing run in shooting continued as Divyansh Singh Panwar, Deepak Kumar, Manu Bhaker and Yashaswini Deswal all failed to qualify for medal rounds. Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina’s Tokyo Olympic journey ended as well after they lost their women’s doubles first-round clash. Meanwhile, Indian rowers Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh finishes 3rd in the Repechage event and have booked their spot in the semifinal.
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So that culminates a disastrous day for India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. It would be fair to say that India -- going by rankings in men's and women's 10m air rifle had a chance to win medals, but could not. Hopefully there are some medals for us in store on Monday. Do join us tomorrow.
Tokyo 2020 - Hockey
Here is the Indian Line up
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Tokyo 2020: Russians Top US in Gymnastics Qualifying
The U.S. women’s gymnastics team’s bid for a third straight Olympic title is off to a rocky start.
The four-woman group led by Olympic champion Simone Biles finished second to Russia during qualifying.
That’s the first time the Americans have failed to lead at the end of any major event in more than a decade.
Biles topped the all-round with a total of 57.731 points but lacked her usual precision. The 24-year-old made significant mistakes on three events. Russia’s team score of 171.629 was more than a full point ahead of the U.S., though both teams will start from scratch in the finals.
Tokyo Olympics: Boxing
And Mary Kom shows her best in the third and final round. And she wins by split decision and enters in the round of 16. It was close though. The Indian wins 4:1 in the end.
India has already bagged one medal on the first day of the ongoing Tokyo Olympics 2020. Mira Bai Chanu clinched the silver medal in the Women’s 49 kg Weightlifting event. Sports enthusiasts across the globe are eagerly waiting for the prestigious sports events to unfold everyday as they hope for a medal win for their country’s sportsperson. A total of 115 Indian athletes have qualified for the quad annual event. The contingent includes 63 men and 52 women.
Where can I watch the Summer Olympics?
The broadcasting rights for Tokyo Olympics 2020 have been given to Sony Pictures Networks. Sports lovers can watch the events live on Sony TEN 1 and Sony TEN 2 channels. Apart from that, Doordarshan will also broadcast the events.
How can I live stream the Tokyo Olympics 2020?
Those wanting to watch the events online can do so through Sony LIV app and website.
Let’s take a look at the list of events scheduled for Sunday, July 25:
Women’s Singles Group Stage: P.V. Sindhu vs Polikarpova Ksenia, scheduled for 7:10 AM IST
Women’s Fly Preliminaries Round of 32: Hmangte Chungneijang Mery Kom vs Hernandez Garcia Miguelina, scheduled for 1: 30 PM IST
Men’s Light Preliminaries Round of 32: Kaushik Manish vs McCORMACK Luke scheduled for 3:06 PM IST
Men’s Pool A: India vs Australia, scheduled for 3:00 PM IST
Women’s Doubles Round 1: Sania Mirza, Ankita Raina vs Nadiia Kichenok, Lyudmyla Kichenok scheduled for 7:30 AM IST
Women’s 100m backstroke: Maana Patel, scheduled for 3:32 PM IST
Men’s lightweight double sculls: Arjun Lal Jat, Arvind Singh scheduled for 6:40 AM IST
Women’s 10m air pistol Qualification Round: Yashaswini Singh Deswal, scheduled for 5:30 AM IST
Men’s skeet Qualification Round: Mairaj Ahmed Khan, scheduled for 6:30 AM IST
Women’s singles: Manika Batra vs Margaryta Pesotska, scheduled for 11:15 AM IST
Men’s singles: Sathiyan Gnanasekaran vs Lam Siu-hang, scheduled for 1:30 PM IST
Laser Race 1: V.Saravanan, scheduled for 11:05 AM IST