Tokyo Olympics Day 13 LIVE – Tokyo Olympics Day 13 LIVE: Ravi Dahiya in Wrestling, Neeraj Chopra in Javeline made it to the finals of their respective events. But Indian Women Hockey team, Deepak Punia & Boxer Lovlina Borgohain lost out their Semifinals – Check all UPDATES, Highlights of Day 13 on InsideSport.co
Tokyo Olympics Day 13 LIVE: Ravi Dahiya, Neeraj Chopra in finals, Semifinal loses for Indian Women Hockey, Deepak Punia and Boxer Lovlina- follow live updates
Tokyo Olympics Indian Wrestling:
- Great news from Wrestling today as RAVI Dhaiya will now play for Gold MEDAL on Thursday in 57Kg.
- Dhaiya’s good friend lost out in the Semifinals but is still will play for the bronze medal.
- Anshu Malik lost in Round 1 but will play repechage round on Thursday and can still win Bronze medal for India.
Tokyo Olympics Boxing: Lovlina Borgohain was defeated in the semifinals by the Turkish Sürmeneli. She has won another bronze for India.
Tokyo Olympics Javelin Throw: Day 13 started on a positive note for India as Neeraj Chopra made into the finals of men’s javelin in some style. He just needed 1 throw to qualify for the finals.
Tokyo Olympics Women Hockey: Indian Women team lost 1-2 to Argentina and will now play for Bronze Medal against Great Britain.
— Parth Jindal (@ParthJindal11) August 4, 2021
We will go for the Bronze in #Tokyo2020 against Great Britain on 6th August 2021 at 07:00 AM IST. 🥉#HaiTayyar #IndiaKaGame #TeamIndia #TokyoTogether #StrongerTogether #HockeyInvites #WeAreTeamIndia #Hockey pic.twitter.com/ykCzJbGrI4
— Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) August 4, 2021
@16:35: Tokyo Olympics Hockey: Noel Maria strikes twice as Argentina lead India 2-1
@16:00: India vs Argentina: Argentina draws India 1-1
Tokyo Olympics Day 13 LIVE: India’s date with history, Women’s hockey & Lovlina Borgohain eye finals berth, Neeraj Chopra & top 3 wrestlers begin medal quest, follow live updates
@15:37: India vs Argentina LIVE: Dream start for India, India take 1-0 lead vs Argentina in Women Hockey Semifinals
@15:27: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Deepak punia knocked out 10-0 in semifinals in a 1-round match. Punia will play in bronze medal match.
#WrestleTokyo 86kg Olympic semifinal results:
🥇 Hassan YAZDANICHARATI🇮🇷 vs. David TAYLOR III 🇺🇸
SEMIFINAL – David TAYLOR III 🇺🇸 df. Deepak PUNIA 🇮🇳, 10-0
SEMIFINAL – Hassan YAZDANICHARATI 🇮🇷 df. Artur NAIFONOV (ROC), 7-1
— United World Wrestling (@wrestling) August 4, 2021
@15:18: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar vs Zavur Uguev in Finals
#WrestleTokyo 57kg Olympic semifinal results:
🥇Kumar RAVI 🇮🇳 vs. Zavur UGUEV (ROC)
SEMIFINAL – Zavur UGUEV (ROC) df. Reza ATRINAGHARCHI 🇮🇷, 8-3
SEMIFINAL – Kumar RAVI 🇮🇳 df. Nurislam SANAYEV 🇰🇿, via fall
— United World Wrestling (@wrestling) August 4, 2021
@15:10: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Men’s 86kg semifinal: Deepak Punia vs David Taylor will come up in a bit.
@14:59: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar wins by fall Ravi INTO THE FINAL. HE WILL FIGHT FOR THE GOLD MEDAL.
@14:53: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar down 5-9.
@14:53: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Sanayev got the ankle lock. He leads 9-2.
@14:51: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar for being too passive and then he gets 2 points. The Indian leads 2-1.
@14:45: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar vs Nurislan Sanayev
@14:15: India at Tokyo Olympics: Neeraj Olympic debut was one to remember as his first attempt of 86.65m earned him a spot in the javelin throw finals
.@Neeraj_chopra1‘s Olympic debut was one to remember as his first attempt of 86.65m earned him a spot in the javelin throw finals! 😍
— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) August 4, 2021
@14:07: India at Tokyo Olympics: Our entire village & state are expecting gold medal. He used to train in a small arena for 2-3 yrs then moved to Chhatrasal Stadium (Delhi). There is a festive mood in our village: Rakesh Dahiya, wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya’s father after the latter’s entry in Tokyo Olympics Semi
Our entire village & state are expecting gold medal. He used to train in a small arena for 2-3 yrs then moved to Chhatrasal Stadium (Delhi). There is a festive mood in our village: Rakesh Dahiya, wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya’s father after the latter’s entry in #TokyoOlympics semis pic.twitter.com/1vSASIGdCr
— ANI (@ANI) August 4, 2021
@13:05: India at Tokyo Olympics: Diksha Dagar ends the first round with +5, meaning she is currently tied 56th.
@12:57PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Definitely not feeling good, as I have lost the match. Every time I have to settle for bronze so I am feeling bad about it,” Lovlina told reporters after her bout
@12:21PM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Deepak Punia’s big Semifinals test coming up @ 3PM, Punia to grapple with 2018 World Champion David Taylor
@11:52AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Dahiya Semifinals LIVE coming up at 2.45 PM, can the Indian beat Kazakh wrestler & enter Gold Medal Bout?
@11:20AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Lovlina Borgohain bows out of semi-finals after 5-0 defeat against Turkey’s Busenaz Surmeneli; confirms another bronze medal for India
@11:18AM Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Sürmeneli in complete control, Lovlina needs to come back
Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE – Lovlina Borgohain vs Sürmeneli live updates
@11:11AM: Round 1 starts-
- Lovlina on guard during starting stages
- Great uppercuts by Lovlina, it has been a close match so far.
@11:02AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE
VAZQUEZ CALERO Wilfredo
THAMPU Nelka Shiromala
OLIVARES PEREZ Wulfren
@10:46AM: Tokyo Olympics Boxing LIVE: Lovlina Borgohain 1 step away from Olympic Gold medal match, Follow Lovlina vs Sürmeneli live
@10:31AM: India at Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Back to back birdies for Aditi Ashok on the 13th and 14th holes of Round 1, and she’s up to tied second with four holes to play!
Diksha Dagar, on the other hand, has another bogey, making her tied 41.
@09:45AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Deepak Punia wins 6-3 vs Chinese Zushen Lin, will face semifinals againt USA’s DM Taylor
@09:40AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Dahiya wins by technical superiority 14-4 vs Valentinov Georgi, enters semifinals; will face Kazakhstan’s SANAYEV Nurislam
@09:39AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Dahiya, Deepak Punia leads in Quarterfinals
@09:36AM: TOKYO Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Deepak Punia goes into the break with a slender 1-point lead.
@09:34AM: TOKYO Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Ravi Kumar takes a 6-0 lead as the first period comes to an end.
@9:20AM: TOKYO Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Ravi Dahiya vs Georgi Valentinov (Bulgaria) for place in the SemiFinals – Follow live updates
ROUND 1 Ravi Dahiya vs Georgi Valentinov QF LIVE
- Winner of this match will play Narslam Sunayev of Kazakhstan in SemiFinals
- Dahiya huge favorite to win this bout, can Indian deliver?
@9:15AM: TOKYO Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Quarterfinals Coming UP LIVE: 2 Indians in Last 8
- 57Kg: Ravi Dahiya vs Georgi Valentinov (Bulgaria)
- 86Kg: Deepak Punia vs Lin Zushen (China)
@09:09AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Deepak Punia wins by technical superiority 12-1, enters quarterfinals to face China’s Zushen Lin
@8:55AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Deepak Punia’s Pre Quarterfinal Coming UP – Punia (IND) vs Ekerekeme Agiomor (NGR) (86 kgs) LIVE
@08:43AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Anshu Malik loses in Round 1
@08:39AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Kumar will next run into Bulgaria’s Vangelov.
@8:30AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE – Anshu Malik (IND) vs Iryna Kurachkina (BLR) – 57Kg – Coming UP
@8:27AM:Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE : Ravi Dahiya wins 13-2 on technical superiority
@8:03AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE –Ravi Dahiya (IND) vs Oscar Eduardo Tigreros Urbano (COL) will be starting in next 10 Mins –
@08:01AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Ravi Dahiya starting day for India, Deepak Punia & Anshu Malik’s bouts coming up
@07:56AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Fifth hole birdie for Aditi Ashok! She’s on -1 now, and she’s up to tied-fifth.
@07:52 AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Big medal hope & World No. 3 Ravi Dahiya starts his Olympic medal quest
@07:49AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: In his 3rd and final attempt, Shivpal Singh throws 74.81m and has failed to qualify for the finals
@07:40AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Anshu Malik (IND) vs Iryna Kurachkina (BLR) Live
— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) August 4, 2021
@07:37AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Shivpal Singh throws a 74.80m in his 2nd attempt
@07:34AM: Tokyo Olympics Wrestling LIVE: Judgment day for Indian Wrestlers, 3 medal prospects Deepak Punia, Ravi Dahiya, and Anshu Malik in action
@7:26 AM:Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: After 1st attempts of all the throwers, Shivpal Singh sits at the 10th rank
@07:14AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Shivpal Singh throws 76.40m in 1st attempt
@07:05AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: , Shivpal Singh getting ready to throw, Magical Neeraj Chopra qualifies for finals with his 1st throw
@06:44AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Shivpal is placed in Group B (7:05 AM start)
Ok- Vetter qualifies with 85.64 throw. Neeraj is the only one to throw 86+ in Group A qualification so far.
— Tokyo Olympics Updates (@Punterlife1) August 4, 2021
@06:22AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Aditi Ashok has teed off, and she shoots par on the first hole.
@06:02AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Neeraj Chopra will play in the finals on 7th aug at 4.30pm
.@Neeraj_chopra1 made entering an Olympic final look so easy! 😲😱
Neeraj’s FIRST attempt of 86.65m in his FIRST-EVER #Olympics was recorded as the highest in men’s Group A, beating @jojo_javelin‘s 85.64m 👏#StrongerTogether | #UnitedByEmotion | #Tokyo2020 | #BestOfTokyo pic.twitter.com/U4eYHBVrjG
— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) August 4, 2021
@05:54AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Neeraj Chopra qualifies for javelin throw final with his first throw. 86.65m
@05:44AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Neeraj Chopra listed to throw at No. 15 among the 16 throwers in Group A of men’s javelin qualification.
@05:38AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Qualification Rules: Qualifying performance 83.50 (Q) or at least 12 best performers (q) advance to the Final.
@05:30AM: India at Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Women’s Golf Round 1 will begin shortly
— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) August 3, 2021
@05:20AM: Tokyo Olympics Athletics LIVE: Neeraj Chopra will begin his Olympics journey in a few minutes
— SAIMedia (@Media_SAI) August 3, 2021
- 5:35 AM: Athletics Men’s Javelin Throw Qualification – Group A (Neeraj Chopra)
- GOLF 5:55 AM: Women’s Individual Stroke Play Round 1 (Aditi Ashok)
- ATHLETICS – 7:05 AM: Men’s Javelin Throw Qualification – Group B (Shivpal Singh)
- GOLF 7:39 AM: Women’s Individual Stroke Play Round 1 (Diksha Dagar)
- WRESTLING 8 AM Onwards: Men’s Freestyle 57kg 1/8 Final (Ravi Kumar vs Oscar Eduardo Tigreros of Colombia)
- WRESTLING 8 AM Onwards: Women’s Freestyle 57kg 1/8 Final (Anshu Malik vs Iryna Kurachkina of Belarus)
- WRESTLING – 8 AM Onwards: Men’s Freestyle 86kg 1/8 Final (Deepak Punia vs Ekerekeme Agiomor of Nigeria)
- BOXING – 11:00 AM: Women’s Welter (64-69kg) Semifinal 1 (Lovlina Borgohain vs Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey)
- HOCKEY – 3:30 PM: Women’s Semi-final (India vs Argentina)
India at Tokyo Olympics – Golf @4:00 AM- Diksha Dagar, Aditi Ashok (Women’s Individual Stroke Play Round 1)
Aditi Ashok, India’s top ranked female golfer will hope to make her mark at her second Olympics campaign when she starts off on Wednesday. Accompanying her will be 20-year-old Diksha Dagar, who arrived in Tokyo only on Sunday and was virtually the last player to qualify for the event. Ashok qualified for Tokyo Games in the 45th place in Olympic rankings will be her second appearance at the Games. She also won the Indian Open and the inaugural Qatar Open titles.
Meanwhile, Dagar became only the second Indian female golfer after Aditi Ashok to win the Ladies European Tour and became the youngest Indian woman to do so at the age of 18. The 20-year-old received a surprise invitation from the International Golf Federation to compete in the 2020 Summer Olympics following a late withdrawal of South African golfer Paula Reto. Both Indian athletes will hoping to make their mark at the games after male golfers Udayan Mane and Anirban Lahiri failed to impress.
Athletics @5:35 AM- Neeraj Chopra (Men’s Javelin Throw Qualification – Group A)
Neeraj Chopra has been earmarked as India’s best hope for a medal in athletics and the 23-year-old will be keen to make his mark in his Olympics debut. A national record holder, Chopra is a Commonwealth and Asian Games medallist and will be aiming for a podium finish in Tokyo. The 23-year-old holds the national record throw of 88.07m, meaning a spot in the finals is a bare minimum for Chopra.
Athletics @7:05 AM- Shivpal Singh (Men’s Javelin Throw Qualification – Group B)
Shivpal Singh meanwhile also sealed his maiden Olympic ticket with an 85.47m throw in March 2020, will also be vying for a place in the final in group B. Singh won the silver medal at the 2019 Asian Championships but his form in the lead up to the Olympics has been far from satisfactory, with the 26-year-old managing a throw of only 77.31m at the National Inter-States in June.
India at Tokyo Olympics – Boxing @11:00 AM- Lovlina Borgohain vs Busenaz Sürmeneli (Women’s Welterweight Semifinal)
Lovlina Borgohain is only the third boxer to clinch an Olympic medal for India, and she could overshadow the achievements of Vijender Singh and Mary Kom with a win on Wednesday. Borgohain is assured of a medal but will be aiming for gold, with India having not won the top podium spot in the last two Olympics.
The 23-year-old secured a final-four spot with a brilliant 4-1 win over double World Championship medallist Chen Nien-Chin of Chinese Taipei. Her opponent, Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey is the top seed in the weight category. The 23-year-old won the World Championships in 2019, an event where Borgohain clinched the bronze. The Turkish pugilist bagged a bronze in the 2019 European Championship and comes into the clash after defeating Ukraine’s Anna Lysenko 5-0.
Hockey @3:30 PM – India vs Argentina (Women’s tournament semi-final)
India women’s hockey team is one win away from clinching a first Olympic medal as Gurjit Kaur’s strike catapulted them in the semi-finals of the Summer Games. Rani Rampal and Co. made a great escape to qualify for the knockouts before putting in a performance for the ages to beat World No.2 side Australia in the quarter-finals.
The campaign is already India’s best at the Summer Games, and should they pull off a result against Argentina, they will finish in the top two spots on the podium. Argentina meanwhile clinched a comfortable 2-0 win over Germany in their quarter-final clash. Argentina are ranked 5th in the world and are on the back of a five-game unbeaten run having lost their opener against New Zealand.
Wrestling @TBD- Ravi Kumar Dahiya vs Tigreros Urbano Oscar Eduardo (Men’s Freestyle 57kg 1/8 Final)
Ravi Kumar Dahiya is seeded No. 4th at Tokyo will start his medal quest against Colombia’s Oscar Eduardo Tigreros Urbano in the freestyle 57kg category event. The two-time Asian champion Dahiya has got a great draw and should reach Semi-Finals without any fuss and remains one of India’s biggest medal hopes at the Summer Games. His opponent, Tigreros Urbano Oscar Eduardo, won the silver in the men’s 57 kgs Pan American Championships in 2019, but will have his back against the wall in his bout against Dahiya.