India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 Results: Heartbreak for MaryKom; Atanu Das into Round of 16; Sindhu, Indian Hockey Team impress again; Follow all LIVE Updates
India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 Results: Heartbreak for MaryKom; Atanu Das into Round of 16; Sindhu, Indian Hockey Team impress again;…
India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 Results: Heartbreak for MaryKom; Atanu Das into Round of 16; Sindhu, Indian Hockey Team impress again; Follow all LIVE Updates PV Sindhu made a grand start to Day 7 for India at the Olympics by entering quarterfinals. Indian Hockey team also made it to the Quarterfinals as they beat Argentina. The biggest joy of the day came in from Archery where Atanu Das caused a massive upset defeating 4-time Olympic medalist Jinhyek OH to enter the round of 16: Follow LIVE Updates of Day 7 for India at Tokyo Olympics on InsideSport.co & Watch LIVE Streaming on SonyLIV.
India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 LIVE Results: Atanu Das into Round of 16, Sindhu, Indian Hockey Team impress again, Mary Kom in action later; Follow all LIVE Updates
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@6 PM: Tokyo Olympics: Marketa Vondrousova sets Olympic final with Belinda Bencic, defeats Elina Svitolina in semis
@5PM: Tokyo Olympics: Swimmer Sajan Prakash finishes 46th in men’s 100m Butterfly Heats
— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) July 29, 2021
@3:00PM:MC Marykom Bout LIVE: 3 Indian boxers have already made it to the Quarterfinals – Boxing got some good news today in the morning when Satish Kumar made it to Last 8 in his debut games – Will Marykom join the list? Follow LIVE – Follow MC Marykom’s BOUT LIVE,…
Boxers who have made it to the Quarterfinals in Tokyo Olympics so far –
- Satish Kumar 91Kg
- Pooja Rani – Women’s Middle Weight
- Lovlina Borgohain – Women’s Welterweight
@2:45PM: Marykom vs Valencia Victoria LIVE – The stage is setting up as 38 year old MC Marykom will attempt to make it to Quarterfinals of Tokyo Olympics – Bout starts at 3:40PM IST – Follow all live updates on InsideSport.co
@02:20PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Athletics Star in Action Tomorrow
Cheer for #IndianAthletics
— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) July 29, 2021
@02:17PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Fouaad Mirza and his equine partner Seigneur Medicott during the horse inspection round on Thursday with the event starting on Friday
— Manuja (@manujaveerappa) July 29, 2021
@02:12PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: #Equestrian Fouaad Mirza has changed his horse
— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 29, 2021
@1:55PM: Three Aussie athletes who came in contact with COVID-19 positive US athlete test negative, to train separately
@01:20 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Mary Kom vs Ingrit Valencia: Stay tuned as Mary Kom will lock horns with Colombia’s Ingrit Valencia at 3:36 PM.
Follow the match here
@12:17PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: The first round of the Olympic golf tournament was suspended because of a lightning storm at the Kasumisageki Country Club. Play was halted just before 2:00 pm local time with 27 of the 60-player field yet to finish their opening 18 holes as thunder cracked around the course.
India’s Anirban Lahiri is tied in sixth place at the moment.
@12:05 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Poster boys of India Sharath and Sathiyan caught up with Team discussing these bright times
— Sony Sports (@SonySportsIndia) July 29, 2021
@11:21AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Atanu Das will face Japanese archer Takaharu Furukawa in the quarter-finals on 31 July 7:18 AM
@11:12AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Women’s One Person Dinghy – Laser Radial Results – India’s Nethra Kumanan finishes in 22nd place in Race 7. Her best finish so far is 15 which she achieved in Race 3
@10:52AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian pair of Varun Thakkar and KC Ganapathy climb the ladder to claim 16th place in Race 5 and 7th place in Race 6
Indian pair of K C Ganapathy @ganavarunsail and @VarunThakkar100 climb the ladder to claim 16th place in Race 5 and 7th place in Race 6. Bravo team 👏🙌 #RukengeNahi #EkIndiaTeamIndia #Cheer4India pic.twitter.com/wi9S2rK2o2
— Team India (@WeAreTeamIndia) July 29, 2021
@10:07AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian pair of Ganapathy Kelapanda and Varun Thakkar finish 16th in men’s Skiff 49er Race 5. They are 18th overall. The top 10 after 12 races will go to the medal race
@10:01AM: Tokyo Olympics: Olympic organising committee on Thursday reported 24 more COVID-19 cases associated with the games, the highest daily count since the committee began compiling infections data from the start of this month
@09:55AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Women’s singles quarterfinal, PV Sindhu vs Akane Yamaguchi CHAPTER NO 19.
Women’s singles quarterfinal.
Confirmation: It will be PV Sindhu vs Akane Yamaguchi, CHAPTER NO 19.
— Vinayakk (@vinayakkm) July 29, 2021
@9:35 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics Hockey: Mary Kom will face Colombia’s Ingrit Valencia in Round of 16 battle at 3:36 PM.
@9:15 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics Hockey: India will stay 2nd in Pool A regardless of the next match’s result against Japan:
नाम विवेक, गुण अनेक! 💯
Be it dodging his opponents to a T or gaining the lead for #IND with a crucial deflection, this young midfielder made no mistakes in #IND‘s 3-1 win over #ARG 🙌#BestOfTokyo | #Tokyo2020 | #StrongerTogether | #UnitedByEmotion | #Hockey pic.twitter.com/htpx4kiGwl
— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 29, 2021
@08:59AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Great news from Boxing ring, Satish Kumar beats Ricardo Brown & enters Quarterfinals.
@08:56AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Satish Kumar leads Ricardo Brown after 2 rounds, can enter Quarterfinals
@08:49AM: Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Sailor Vishnu Saravanan is about to begin Laser Radial Race 7, Follow live updates
🇮🇳 sailor Vishnu Saravanan is about to begin Laser Radial Race 7 at #Tokyo2020 in a few minutes.
— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) July 29, 2021
@08:46AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Satish Kumar vs Ricardo Brown coming up for place in Quarterfinals
@08:36AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: Manu Bhaker fights back to finish Day 1 of Qualification at No. 5, Rahi Sarnobat 18th in 25M Pistol, Follow LIVE Updates
@08:28AM: Tokyo Olympics Archery LIVE: Brilliant Atanu Das beats Jinhyek OH in shoot-off, wins 6-5 vs Jinhyek OH in 1/16 elimination round
@08:22AM: Tokyo Olympics Archery LIVE: Jinhyek OH leads 4-2 after 3rd set vs Atanu Das
@08:20AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: Manu Bhaker @ 9th after Series 2, Rahi Sarnobat finishes with average scores in 25M Piston Qualifications
@08:16AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu’s Quarterfinal will be played on Friday at 1:00 PM
What. A. Commanding. Performance. 👏
Here’s the winning point from the Round of 16 clash between #IND‘s PV Sindhu and #DEN‘s Mia Blichfeldt.#Olympics | #Tokyo2020 | #StrongerTogether | #UnitedByEmotion | #BestOfTokyo | #Badminton | @Pvsindhu pic.twitter.com/yuWylT4ihs
— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 29, 2021
@08:08AM: India at Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: SERIES 2 Start for Manu Bhaker: She is in 9th place currently, Rahi on 18th position
@08:04AM: India at Tokyo Olympics Golf LIVE: Par for Anirban Lahiri on the 10th hole, while Udayan Mane has now teed off with a par of his own on the first.
@7:50 AM: Tokyo Olympics Archery LIVE: Stay tuned as Atanu Das takes on Korea’s Jinhyek OH at 8:10 AM
@07:44AM: Tokyo Olympics Archery LIVE: India’s No. 1 Archer Atanu Das beat Deng Yu-Cheng to enter Round 2, follow LIVE Updates
@07:36AM: Tokyo Olympics Archery LIVE: Atanu Das vs Deng Yu-Cheng, Indian takes lead in Round of 32 clash
@07:34AM: Tokyo Olympics Hockey LIVE: Vivek Sagar Prasad scores late go-ahead goal! India 2-1 Argentina, 4th quarter underway
@07:31AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Three Birdies in a row from Anirban Lahiri has seen him climb the standings in the opening round. Udayan Mane, the second Indian, is yet to start.
@7:10AM – Great news for India, PV Sindhu has made it to the quarterfinals of Tokyo Olympics. Sindhu easily defeated Mia Blichfeldt of Denmark 21-15, 21-13. Tall Indian will now play – Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi in last 8 battle – Follow Report for more details – Tokyo Olympics Badminton LIVE: Brilliant PV Sindhu enters quarterfinals, thrashes Mia…
@07:01AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: Manu Bhaker shooting now in 25M Pistol Qualifications, Rahi Sarnobat finishes with average scores
@06:55AM: Tokyo Olympics Hockey LIVE: Varun Kumar breaks tough Argentinian defense, India 1-0 Argentina, 3rd quarter underway
@06:46AM: Tokyo Olympics Badminton LIVE: Brilliant PV Sindhu wins 1st Game vs Mia Blichfeldt, Indian wins 21-15
@06:43AM: Tokyo Olympics Hockey LIVE: India dominating in the goalless first half, India vs Argentina live, 3rd quarter underway
@06:38AM: Tokyo Olympics Badminton LIVE: Brilliant PV Sindhu leads 17-15 in 1st Game vs Mia Blichfeldt, Dane fightsback
@06:23AM: Tokyo Olympics Badminton LIVE: PV Sindhu vs Mia Blichfeldt starts, Sindhu leads
@06:21AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: Rahi Sarnobat in 7th position after Precision round, Manu Bhaker shooting now in 25M Pistol Qualifications – Follow LIVE Updates
@06:18AM: Tokyo Olympics Hockey LIVE: Goalless first quarter, India dominating at full press, India vs Argentina live, 2nd quarter underway
@06:05AM: Tokyo Olympics Hockey LIVE: India vs Argentina live, 1st quarter underway; Indian Hockey team targetting win & a Quarterfinal spot
@06:03AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: It’s 96, 97 for Rahi Sarnobat in 1st 2 series, Manu Bhaker shooting now in 25M Pistol Qualifications
@06:00AM: Tokyo Olympics Golf LIVE: Diksha Dagar qualifies for Tokyo Olympics after South Africa’s golfer withdraws
@05:49AM: Tokyo Olympics Golf LIVE: India’s Anirban begins his Tokyo Olympics journey as he teeds off with +1 in Round 1 of Golf
@05:46AM: Tokyo Olympics Shooting LIVE: Rahi Sarnobat 96 in 1st series, Manu Bhaker shooting now in 25M Pistol Qualifications
@05:41AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Arjun Lal, Arvind Singh finish 11th place finish in their event overall for Indian rowers, who come fifth in Final B in men’s lightweight double sculls
@5:25 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Archer Atanu Das will commence his 1/32 elimination campaign Chinese Taipei’s Cheng Yu Deng at 7:31 AM.
@5:20 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Ace shuttler PV Sindhu will face Mia Blichfelft in the Round of 16 as she continues her hunt for glory at 6:15 AM.
@5:15 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Men’s Hockey team will play Argentina in the quest for quarterfinals qualification at 6 AM.
@5:10 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Following golf, Indian shooters Rahi Sarnobat and Manu Bhaker will be live at 5:30 AM in women’s 25m pistol qualification.
@5:05 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Anirban Lahiri will also be in action in the Men’s Round 1 of Golf at 5:22 AM.
@5:00 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: The Indian contingent will start its Day 7 campaign with Arjun Lal Jat’s and Arvind Singh’s Men’s Double’s Final B in Rowing.
India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 LIVE – Sindhu & Marykom LIVE: Here are all fixtures, timings of events involving Indian athletes on July 29 so that you can stay up to speed!
4:00 a.m. Men’s Round 1 – Anirban Lahiri, Udayan Mane
Anirban Lahiri and Udayan Mane will carry the Indian hopes when the Olympic golf competition tees off on Thursday at the Kasumigaseki Country Club. The veteran Lahiri is coming off a top-3 finish on the PGA Tour and could spring a surprise in the 60-player event. Mane meanwhile, qualified as the 60th player last month and will be playing his very first Olympics.
5:20 am Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls Final B
While Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh are out of medal contention, the duo will be out there fighting for a top 12 finish, having already put in the best-ever Olympic performance by Indian rowers. The duo clocked 6 minutes 24.41 seconds to be placed sixth in the semifinals 2 of the men’s lightweight double sculls and will battle it out to decide the positions from 7 to 12 on Thursday.
5:30 am 25m Pistol Women’s Qualification Precision – Manu Bhaker, Rahi Sarnobat
The Indian shooting camp has had some days to forget but Manu Bhaker and Rahi Sarnobat have the chance to put the agony behind when they step up in the Women’s 25m pistol precision qualification. Bhaker, appearing in her maiden Olympics, finished a creditable 12th, despite losing nearly 20 minutes during the qualifications after the cocking lever in her pistol broke down, forcing her to go to a designated area for getting it fixed. Thursday could be her shot at redemption and Indian shooting. As for Sarnobat, she comes off fresh from an ISSF World Cup stage gold in Osijek, Croatia and will hope to continue her good form at the games, something the other shooters have failed to do so far.
6:00 am India vs Argentina Men’s Match
Team India come into the clash on the back of an impressive 3-1 win over Spain, having recovered well from their mauling at the hands of Australia. With two wins in three games, the Men in Blue are currently second in Pool A, three points behind leaders Australia. With the top four teams from each pool qualifying, each game is a must-win clash for India, who have games against Argentina and Japan left.
6:15 am PV Sindhu vs Mia Blichfeldt R16
PV Sindhu stormed into the knockouts at the Olympics with a comfortable straight-sets win over Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi in the group stage. A silver medallist at the Rio Olympics, Sindhu has so far lived up to expectations, clinching dominant wins in the group stage over Ksenia Polikarpova in her opener, before a 21-9, 21-16 win over Cheung Ngan Yi to seal progress to the knockouts. She will face off against Denmark’s Mia Blichfeldt, who defeated Hsuan-Yu Wendy Chen 21-7, 21-14 and Linda Zetchiri 21-10, 21-3. They have met twice already this year, with the Dane clinching a memorable win at the Yonex Thailand Open. Sindhu won at the Swiss Open and has the overall advantage, leading 4-1 in their head to head battle.
7:31 am Atanu Das Men’s Individual 1/32 Eliminations
Atanu Das will step into the field on Thursday eyeing redemption when he faces off against Deng Yu-Cheng in the Men’s Individual Archery 1/32 eliminations. Das, India’s highest-ranked male archer, will look to live up to the billing and make his mark, after missing out in the team’s event. With Tarundeep Rai and Pravin Jadhav knocked out on Wednesday, Das remains the only Indian male archer still in the competition and will be willing to fire himself through to the quarter-finals.
8:35 am onwards Laser Men Race 7 & 8
It has not been a pleasant outing for the Indian sailors so far, and the likes of Vishnu Saravanan and Nethra Kumanan will hope to bounce back and put in a better performance when they step into the event. Saravanan finished 23rd and 22nd in the fifth and sixth races in the men’s laser event and will be hoping for a better outing on Thursday.
8:35 am onwards 49er Men Race 5 & 6
Indian pair of K Ganapathy and Varun Thakkar are at 18th after four races in the men’s skiff 49er sailing event and will be hoping for a better showing in race 5&6 on Thursday. The duo finished 18th, 17th and 19th in the three races on Wednesday. They finished 18th in the first race on Tuesday in a 19-team race.
8:45 am onwards Laser Radial Women Race 7 & 8
Nethra Kumanan was 32nd and 38th in the two races of the women’s laser radial event. Nethra, who had an overall 27th place finish the other day, did exceptionally well in the third race finishing 15th but fared poorly in the fourth race to finish 40th. She ended the day placed 28th overall. Kumanan will hope to replicate her heroics of the third race and put in a better performance on Thursday.
8:48 am Satish Kumar vs Ricardo Brown Men’s Super Heavy (+91 kg) – R16
Satish Kumar is the first Indian to secure a berth in the super heavyweight category (91 kg and above). The pugilist from Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh has previously tasted success with a bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games and the Silver at the 2018 Commonwealth Games but will be aiming to add another to his tally in his maiden Olympics appearance. While a podium finish might be too much to expect from the 32-year-old in his maiden Olympics, Kumar could well pull off a surprise or two, starting on Thursday. His opponent Ricardo Brown himself is a history maker, having become the first Jamaican to don the gloves since the 1996 Olympics
3:36 pm – Mary Kom vs Ingrit Valencia
Mary Kom continues to remain one of India’s main draws at the biggest stage as she marched on to the round of 16 in the Tokyo Olympics. The veteran clinched a 4-1 win over Dominican Republic’s Miguelina Hernandez Garcia in Round 32. The 38-year-old matched her 23-year-old opponent blow for blow, to clinch a famous win, setting up a clash with Ingrit Valencia of Colombia. Kom will hope to continue defying logic and make a solid claim for a podium finish in what could be her final Olympics appearance.
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16:16 pm – Men’s 100m butterfly Heat 2: Sajan Prakash
Sajan Prakash will be hoping to bounce back from his 200m butterfly disappointment when he readies himself for yet another shot at glory on Thursday. Sajan competed in the men’s 200m butterfly event but failed to qualify for the final after finishing fourth in his heat with a timing of 1:57.22. The 27-year-old will hope for a better showing in the 100m butterfly heat on Thursday and aim to qualify for the semis.
All timings are in IST
India at Tokyo Olympics Day 7 LIVE – Sindhu & Marykom LIVE:
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