India at Tokyo Olympics: Super Flop start by Indian Archers on Day 1 of Olympics, Atanu Das and company out of top 25 in Ranking round

India at Tokyo Olympics: Super Flop start by Indian Archers on Day 1 of Olympics, Atanu Das and company out of top 25 in Ranking round
India at Tokyo Olympics: Super Flop start by Indian Archers on Day 1 of Olympics, Atanu Das and company out of top 25 in Ranking round

India at Tokyo Olympics – Indian Archers at Olympics LIVE – Ranking Round Over, Deepika Kumari finishes 9th; will face Bhutan’s Karma: World No. 1 Deepika Kumari disappointed with her performance on the opening day of the RANKING Round as she finished 9th with 663 Points. The top 3 positions in the ranking rounds were all Koreans. Atanu Das, Pravin Jadhav, and Tarundeep Rai also disappointed with their performances, none of them finished even in the Top 25 – Follow all LIVE Updates on Archery on InsideSport.co & watch LIVE Streaming on SonyLIV.

India at Tokyo Olympics – Indian Archers at Olympics LIVE Updates: Ranking Round Men’s Individual Results:

Atanu Das finishes 35th, Pravin Jadhav finishes 31st, and Tarundeep Rai finishes 37th. However, Indian fans do not need to worry since this is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on

@11:30 AM: Ranking Round over: Ranking Round Men’s Individual Stats

PRAVIN JADHAV 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 10 10 9 9 8 8 54 54 2 0
2 10 9 9 9 9 9 55 109 1 0
3 X X 10 9 8 7 54 163 3 2
4 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 219 3 1
5 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 275 3 1
6 9 9 9 9 9 9 54 329 0 0
PRAVIN JADHAV 2ND HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 10 10 10 9 8 8 55 384 3 0
2 X 10 9 9 8 8 54 438 2 1
3 10 9 9 9 9 9 55 493 1 0
4 10 10 9 9 9 9 56 549 2 0
5 10 9 9 9 8 8 53 602 1 0
6 10 9 9 9 9 8 54 656 1 0

 

ATANU DAS 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 10 10 9 9 58 58 4 1
2 10 9 9 9 9 8 54 112 1 0
3 X 10 9 9 9 9 56 168 2 1
4 9 9 9 9 8 8 52 220 0 0
5 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 275 2 0
6 10 10 10 8 8 8 54 329 3 0
ATANU DAS 2ND HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 384 2 0
2 10 10 10 9 9 8 56 440 3 0
3 10 10 8 8 8 8 52 492 2 0
4 X X 9 9 9 9 56 548 2 2
5 X 10 9 9 9 5 52 600 2 1
6 X 9 9 9 8 8 53 653 1 1

 

TARUNDEEP RAI 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 9 9 9 9 9 55 55 1 1
2 X 10 10 9 8 7 54 109 3 1
3 10 9 9 8 8 8 52 161 1 0
4 10 9 9 9 8 8 53 214 1 0
5 10 10 10 9 9 9 57 271 3 0
6 10 9 9 9 8 7 52 323 1 0
TARUNDEEP RAI 2ND HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 10 10 9 9 8 8 54 377 2 0
2 10 10 10 9 9 7 55 432 3 0
3 10 10 10 9 9 8 56 488 3 0
4 10 10 9 9 9 7 54 542 2 0
5 X X 10 9 9 7 55 597 3 2
6 X X 10 9 9 7 55 652 3 2

@11:26 AM: Ranking Round over: Disappointing results from Atanu Das and company. Atanu as finishes at the 35th rank with 653 points, twenty-four 10s, and six X’s. Pravin Jadhav finishes at the 31st rank with 656 points, twenty-two 10s, and five X’s. Tarundeep at 37th rank with 652 points, twenty-six 10s, and six X’s.

@11:18 AM: After 66/72 arrows: Atanu Das’ poor form continues, he now sees himself at the 31st rank with 600 points, twenty-three 10s, and five X’s. Pravin Jadhav at 28th rank with 602 points, twenty-one 10s, and five X’s. Tarundeep sits in the 38th rank with 597 points, twenty-three 10s and four X’s.

@11:08 AM: After 60/72 arrows: Atanu Das at 28th rank with 548 points, twenty-one 10s and four X’s. Pravin goes to the 26th rank with 549 points, twenty 10s, and five X’s. Tarundeep sits at the 38th rank with 542 points, twenty 10s, and two X’s.

@11:03 AM: After 54/72 arrows: Atanu Das falls back to the 30th rank with 492 points, nineteen 10s, and two X’s. Pravin climbs up to the 27 rank with 493 points, eighteen 10s, and 5 X’s. Tarundeep also goes up at 37th rank with 488 points, eighteen 10s, and two X’s.

@11:00 AM: After 48/72 arrows: Top 3 positions held by the Koreans again. They have dominated archery both in men’s and women’s ranking rounds. Deok Ji Kim at the 1st rank with 515 points, thirty-two 10s, and twelve X’s. He is followed by Jinhyek OH who has 511 points, twenty-eight 10s, and fourteen X’s. At the 3rd rank, Olympic record holder Woojin Kim with 510 points, twenty-seven 10s, and eighteen X’s.

@10:55 AM: After 48/72 arrows: Atanu Das climbs up 2 more ranks as he sees himself in the 26th spot with 440 points, seventeen 10s, and two X’s. Pravin falls to the 30th spot with seventeen 10s and 5 X’s. Tarundeep rises 4 ranks to 41st with 432 points, fifteen 10s and two X’s.

@10:45 AM: After 42/72 arrows: Atanu Das climbs up to the 28th rank with fourteen 10s and two X’s. He has 384 points. Pravin is a rank ahead of him at 27th with the same number of points but a 10 and two X’s more. Tarundeep stays at the 45th rank with 377 points.

@10:35 AM: After 36/72 arrows: Koreans are still in the lead. They take up the top 2 ranks, followed by Kazakhastan’s Denis Gankin.

@10:29 AM: The World Record for the Men’s 72 Arrows 70m individual round is held by USA’s Ellison Brady in Lima (PER) on 7th Aug 2019 with 702 points.

@10:22 AM: After 1st half, 36/72 arrows, stats of Indian archers. However, Indian fans do not need to worry since this is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on:

PRAVIN JADHAV 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 10 10 9 9 8 8 54 54 2 0
2 10 9 9 9 9 9 55 109 1 0
3 X X 10 9 8 7 54 163 3 2
4 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 219 3 1
5 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 275 3 1
6 9 9 9 9 9 9 54 329 0 0

 

ATANU DAS 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 10 10 9 9 58 58 4 1
2 10 9 9 9 9 8 54 112 1 0
3 X 10 9 9 9 9 56 168 2 1
4 9 9 9 9 8 8 52 220 0 0
5 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 275 2 0
6 10 10 10 8 8 8 54 329 3 0

 

TARUNDEEP RAI 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 9 9 9 9 9 55 55 1 1
2 X 10 10 9 8 7 54 109 3 1
3 10 9 9 8 8 8 52 161 1 0
4 10 9 9 9 8 8 53 214 1 0
5 10 10 10 9 9 9 57 271 3 0
6 10 9 9 9 8 7 52 323 1 0

 

@10:19 AM: After 36/72 arrows: The slump continues for Atanu Das as he falls to the 30th rank after the 1st half with twelve 10s and two X’s, he has 329 points which is the same as Pravin’s. However, Pravin has twelve 10s and four X’s so he is a rank ahead. Tarundeep slips to the 45th rank with ten 10s and two X’s, he has 323 points.

@10:13 AM: After 30/72 arrows: It is not going as planned for Atanu Das. He retains his position at 29th rank with 275 points. However, Pravin climbs up to the 25th rank with 275 points. He has twelve 10s and four X’s. Tarundeep struggling at the 39th rank with 271 points. However, Indian fans do not need to worry since this is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on.

@10:07 AM: After 24/72 arrows: Koreans dominating archery again. Olympic record holder Woojin Kim and Deok Je Kim take up the first 2 ranks with 227 points each. The top 3 positions in women’s individual ranking rounds were all Koreans as well.

@10:02 AM: After 24/72 arrows: Atanu Das slips considerably to the 29th position, he failed to score any 10s or X’s and has 220 points. Pravin climbs up close, just 1 rank below Atanu at the 30th spot. Tarundeep slips further to the 48th rank.

@9:53 AM: After 18/72 arrows: Atanu Das climbs up 3 spots, shoots two 10s and one X to come up at the 11th rank with 168 points. Tarundeep, Pravin take 45, 35 ranks with 161, 163 points respectively.

@9:46 AM: After 12/72 arrows: Atanu Das slips to the 14th position, he shot one 10 in this round and has a combined score of 112. Tarundeep, Pravin take 34,38 ranks respectively with the same score of 109

@9:40 AM: After 6/72 arrows: Great start for Atanu Das, he sits in the 5th rank with four 10s and one X. He has 58 points. Tarundeep Rai sits in the 31st rank with 55 points and Pravin Jadhav is in the 40th spot with 54 points. Turkey’s Mete Gazoz takes the lead with 59 points.

@9:32 AM: Olympic World Record for the Men’s 72 Arrows 70m individual round is held by Republic of Korea’s KIM Woojin in Rio Olympics on 5th Aug 2016. He had 700 points.

@9:24 AM: Atanu to start on 20A, Pravin on 22A, and Tarundeep 24A. Rivals Brady Ellison (USA), Mete Gazoz (TUR), and Kim Woojin (KOR) start on 33A, 42A, and 49A, respectively.

@9:20 AM:

@9:15 AM- Image

@9:10 AM- Atanu, Pravin, Tarundeep get ready to go in action in the men’s individual ranking round

@9:00 AM- After the Women’s Individual Ranking Rounds, it is time for the Men’s 72 Arrows 70m individual round. Representing India are Atanu Das,  Pravin Jadhav, and Tarundeep Rai.

Deepika Kumari finishes 9th in the Ranking Rounds. The elimination and medal rounds for the Women Individual Ranking event will now be played on 30th July. Deepika after today’s disappointing show will now have to play higher-ranked opponents if she has to reach the medal round.

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@7:29 AM- Ranking Round over: Deepika Kumari finishes at the 9th spot. She had thirty 10s and thirteen X’s with a combined score of 663 points.

1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 56 3 1
2 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 111 2 0
3 X X 9 9 9 9 56 167 2 2
4 X X 8 8 8 7 51 218 2 2
5 X 10 10 10 10 9 59 277 5 1
6 X 10 10 9 9 9 57 334 3 1
2ND HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 9 9 9 8 55 389 2 1
2 10 9 9 9 9 7 53 442 1 0
3 X X 10 10 9 7 56 498 4 2
4 X X 10 10 9 9 58 556 4 2
5 9 9 9 9 9 8 53 609 0 0
6 X 10 9 9 9 7 54 663 2 1

 

@7:26 AM- After 66/72 arrows: Olympic record broken: South Korean AN San has broken the Olympic record of 673 points. Furthermore, 2 other South Koreans- JANG Minhee and KANG Chaeyoung; and Mexican VALENCIA Alejandra have broken the Olympic record of 673 points.

@7:17 AM- After 66/72 arrows: Only 1 round left in the Ranking Round; Deepika Kumari is back in the 7th position. She had zero 10s and zero X’s. Overall, twenty-eight 10s and twelve X’s with 609 points.

@7:12 AM- After 60/72 arrows: Only 2 more rounds left. Deepika Kumari holds the 6th spot.

@7:09 AM- After 60/72 arrows: Deepika Kumari climbs up 1 spot and now holds the 6th rank. She had four 10s and two X’s. Overall, she has twenty-eight 10s and twelve X’s and has 556 points. She closed the gap and is now 12 points behind 1st ranked an San.

@7:01 AM- After 54/72 arrows: Much better display by Deepika Kumari in the 8th end. She now has 498 points and shot four 10s and two X’s in this round. Overall, she has twenty-four 10s and ten X’s

@6:56 AM- After 48/72 arrows: South Korea’s AN San, JANG Minhee, World Record Holder KANG Chaeyoung, Mexico’s VALENCIA Alejandra, ROMAN Aida, USA’s BROWN Mackenzie, and Slovakia’s BARANKOVA Denisa are ahead of Deepika Kumari. However, Indian fans do not need to worry since this is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on.

@6:52 AM- After 48/72 arrows: Deepika Kumari has slipped down to the 8th position. She had just one 10 in the 8th end. Overall, she has twenty 10s and eight X’s with a combined score of 442. The gap between her and the 1st rank has increased considerably, 15 points behind now.

@6:45 AM- After 42/72 arrows: Deepika Kumari retains her 4th position. In the 7th end, she hit two 10s and one X. Overall, she has Nineteen 10s and Eight X’s with a combined score of 389. She is 12 points behind the 1st spot.

@6:40 AM- The Olympic Record of Women’s 72 Arrows 70m Round is held by Ukraine’s HERASYMENKO Lina in the Atlanta Olympics on 28th July 1996 with 673 points.

@6:35 AM- Comparing Deepika Kumari’s first half (36 arrows) with AN San’s

Deepika Kumari’s 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 56 3 1
2 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 111 2 0
3 X X 9 9 9 9 56 167 2 2
4 X X 8 8 8 7 51 218 2 2
5 X 10 10 10 10 9 59 277 5 1
6 X 10 10 9 9 9 57 334 3 1

AN San’s 1st Half

AN SAN 1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X X 10 10 9 9 58 58 4 2
2 X 10 10 10 9 9 58 116 4 1
3 X X X 10 10 8 58 174 5 3
4 X X 9 9 9 9 56 230 2 2
5 10 10 10 9 9 9 57 287 3 0
6 X X X 10 9 9 58 345 4 3

 

@6:30 AM- The World Record of Women’s 72 Arrows 70m Round is held by South Korean KANG Chaeyoung with 692 points on 10th June 2019.

@6:20 AM- Deepika Kumari’s Stats after 36 arrows: This is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on. Follow all LIVE Updates on Archery on InsideSport.co & watch LIVE Streaming on SonyLIV.

1ST HALF
End Arrows Totals 10’s X’s
1 2 3 4 5 6 End Sum
1 X 10 10 9 9 8 56 56 3 1
2 10 10 9 9 9 8 55 111 2 0
3 X X 9 9 9 9 56 167 2 2
4 X X 8 8 8 7 51 218 2 2
5 X 10 10 10 10 9 59 277 5 1
6 X 10 10 9 9 9 57 334 3 1

 

@6:24 AM- Deepika Kumari climbs to the 4th spot after 36 arrows. She hit three 10s and one X in the 6th end. Overall, she has seventeen 10s and 7 X’s. 11 points 1st ranked An San now.

@6:15 AM- After 30 of 72 Arrows: Deepika Kumari has climbed her way from 14th, She is now at the 10th spot with fourteen 10s and six X’s. 10 points behind AN San who is at 1st spot with 287 points.

@6:12 AM- South Korea’s An San still leads the way, she has hit fifteen 10’s and eight X’s and has 230 points.

@6:05 AM- After shooting 24 of 72 arrows, Deepika Kumari has dropped down to the 14th spot. She has hit Nine 10s and five X’s and has 218 points. However, Indian fans do not need to worry since this is the ranking round. After the ranking round is over, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on.

@5:57 AM- After the 3rd end, Deepika Kumari drops to 10th with 167 points.

@5:48 AM- South Korea’s An San takes the lead with 116 points, Deepika Kumari is 5 points behind her at the 10th spot after 2nd end, She shoots 10, 10, 9, 9, 9, and 8.

@5:45 AM- India at Tokyo Olympics- Deepika is eighth after the first end of 6 shots. Her score is 56 (Three 10s, one X). Veronika Marchenko of Ukraine leads with 58 (Five 10s, two Xs).

@5:42 AM- The women’s individual archery competition is about to start.

@5:30 AM- Let’s go through the individual format again as Deepika Kumari is Live

  • All 64 men and women shoot 72 arrows and are then ranked from first to 64th based on their total scores.
  • After that, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on.
  • The loser of the individual elimination leaves the competition and the winner advances to the next round until 2 athletes remain to contest for gold.
  • The two semi-final losers compete for bronze.

@5:30 AM-

@5:20 AM- India at Tokyo Olympics: World No. 1 Deepika has been assigned Target 47A on the Start List. Meanwhile, her arch-rivals Kang Chaeyoung (KOR), An San (KOR), Tan Ya-Ting (TPE), and Lei Chien-Ying (TPE) will shoot at 62A, 64A, 12A, and 10A, respectively.

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@10.15 PM Tokyo Olympics Goes LIVE for India – Deepika Kumari will shoot at 5.30 AM on Friday in Archery Women Ranking Rounds – Follow LIVE – Indian Archers LIVE: Tokyo Olympic starts, Deepika Kumari & Atanu Das…

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Indian archers will compete in five events, men’s and women’s individual events, men’s and women’s team events, and a mixed event in Tokyo 2020. The mixed event is a new addition to this year’s edition.

On 23rd July, Deepika Kumari will be in action in the Women’s Individual Qualification Rounds, while Atanu Das, Pravin Jadhav, and Tarundeep Rai will play in the Men’s Individual Qualification Rounds.

It is worth noting that India has never won any medal in the sport of Archery. Archery is one of the oldest sports first introduced in the 1900 Paris Olympics. It was included in the 1908 and 1920 Olympics as well.

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Individual Event: The archery competition starts with a ranking round on the day of the Opening Ceremony.

  • All 64 men and women shoot 72 arrows and are then ranked from first to 64th based on their total scores.
  • After that, they compete in pairs based on their rankings, 1st vs 64th, 2nd vs 63rd, and so on.
  • The loser of the individual elimination leaves the competition and the winner advances to the next round until 2 athletes remain to contest for gold.
  • The two semi-final losers compete for bronze.

Individual matches are determined using a set system. Each set consists of 3 arrows. The athlete with the highest score in the set the total of their three arrows gets two set points. If the athletes are tied, each receives one set point. The first athlete to six set points wins the match.

Team Event

  • The team event also works on the set system as well. However, rather than 3 arrows per set, 6 arrows per set are shot by each team.
  • In the team event, the teams shoot arrows in groups of 3s. This means a team of three archers shoots 3 arrows. After both the teams finish shooting, the team with a higher score gets 2 points.
  • The team that gets to 5 points first, wins the match. In an event of a tie, every player from each team shoots one arrow.

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Tokyo Olympics: Archery Mixed Event in Olympics – Format Explained

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics will host the inaugural mixed team archery event. Like in shooting we will see men and women competing for the same team. No supplementary qualifying places have been added for the mixed team event and a total of 128 archers (64 male and 64 female) will participate in the competition.

Participating nations will field two archers, one male, and one female, in the competition and matches will be decided by using the set system. Each set in the mixed team will consist of four arrows and the first team that achieves five set points wins the match.

The format remains the same as individual and team events, asking teams to shoot at the target placed 70 meters away from them.

In the event of a tie, each team shoots a single arrow and the nation with the highest score will be declared the winner. If the contest is still tied, the team with its arrow closest to the middle wins the contest.

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Atanu Das: Atanu Das will be representing India in the men’s recurve individual, men’s recurve team, and if he qualifies in the recurve mixed team. He made his international debut in 2008, and since then, he has been an integral part of the Indian archery team. The 29-years-old archer has seven world cup medals to his name, with two gold medals coming up in the 2021 World cup. If everything goes well in qualification, mixed event pair of Atanu Das and Deepika Kumari is expected to win a medal for India in Tokyo Olympics, as they did recently at the World cup in Paris.

Tarundeep Rai: Tarundeep Rai is the oldest archer in the Indian contingent. At the age of 37, he will be representing India in men’s recurve individual, men’s recurve team, and if he qualifies in the men’s recurve mixed team. Tokyo Olympics will be his third Olympics, and he is expected to play a key role in the men’s recurve team, even along with Atanu Das and Pravin Jadhav.

Pravin Jadhav: Pravin Jadhav is the youngest archer in the Indian contingent. At the 2019 World Archery Championships, he was a member of the first Indian team to qualify for the final since 2005; the team received the silver medal. His accuracy at the Tokyo Olympics is very important for the men’s recurve team to finish on the podium. The 25-years-old archer will be competing in the men’s recurve individual, men’s recurve team, but he looks unlikely to qualify for the mixed team event.

Deepika Kumari: Deepika Kumari is the reigning world number one in women’s Archery. Recently, she was in the limelight for winning a hat-trick of gold medals at the Archery World cup stage 3 in Paris. She is the best bet for Indian in this Olympics in two events, women’s recurve individual and recurve mixed team event. Tokyo Olympics will be her second Olympics, after the first one at the 2012 London Olympics.

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All Tokyo Olympic Archery Matches will be LIVE Streamed on SonyLIV in India & Follow them LIVE on InsideSport.co.

India at Tokyo Olympics: Full archery schedule for India 

July 23

5:30 AM: Women’s Individual Qualification Rounds (Deepika Kumari)

9:30 AM: Men’s Individual Qualification Rounds (Atanu Das, Pravin Jadhav, Tarundeep Rai)

July 24

6:00 AM: Mixed Team Eliminations (Atanu Das, Deepika Kumari)

July 26

6:00 AM: Men’s Team Eliminations (Atanu Das, Pravin Jadhav, Tarundeep Rai)

July 27 to 31

6:00 AM: Men’s and Women’s Individual Eliminations

1:00 PM: Medal Matches

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