Sehwag Wishes Bajrang Punia for Bronze at Tokyo Olympics

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Sehwag Wishes Bajrang Punia For Bronze At Tokyo Olympics
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In the Tokyo Olympics 2020, it was not only Neeraj Chopra Gold medal – Even fans have started praising Punia for his Bronze. It was a historic and auspicious day for the Indian regiment in Olympics – Punia has gone on with his excellent performance and bagged bronze for his nation. Let’s look at Sehwag Wishes Bajrang Punia For Bronze At Tokyo Olympics.

Almost the entire cricketing nation, especially Sehwag has started the wishing campaign and after his tweet, everyone started wishing him and now let’s look at a few reactions:

The 27-year-old was a dominant athletic right from the start and with this medal, India has now grown to a complete 7 medals.

Even Neeraj Chopra won independent India’s first-ever athletics medal at Tokyo 2020. He captured gold in the javelin throw final at Tokyo Olympics. He conjured up a fantastic throw of 87.59 m in the finals today. Czech Republic’s Jakub Vadlejch won silver with 86.67. His countryman, the veteran, Vitezslav Vesely won bronze with 85.44.

India bettered their best-ever medal tally winning 7 medals this time.

  1. Neeraj Chopra (Javelin throw)
  2. P.V. Sindhu (badminton)
  3. Lovlina Borgohain (boxing)
  4. the men’s hockey team
  5. Bajrang Punia (wrestling) won bronze medals
  6. Mirabai Chanu (weightlifting)
  7. Ravi Kumar Dahiya (wrestling) won silver medals.

Neeraj Chopra became India’s second-ever individual Olympic gold medalist. Abhinav Bindra bagged the country’s first individual gold at the Beijing Games in 2008. Chopra stormed into the finals with a fine throw of 86.65 m. He built a lot of buzz during the qualifications topping the charts. Chopra was considered a medal favorite heading into the finals.

Neeraj Chopra started the finals with a bang. His first attempt clocking 87.03 m easily outclassed his qualification best. Chopra was holding the pole position ever since. All other throwers were not even able to touch the 86 m mark forget crossing 87 m. Chopra went one better in his second attempt throwing 87.59 m. His roar was one of that of a champion. He knew he had done something historic.

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