India’s Best Ever performance is that the Current Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games , By winning 10 Medals (Including 2 Gold Medals, 5 Silver Medals and a couple of Bronze Medals). All the Indian Players who have participated in Paralympics 2020 Tokyo have won 10 medals yet. There are games evets is now live and medal tally increases.
Mariyappan fails to clear in his first two attempts. USA’s Sam Grewe also fails in his first two attempts. If the 2 fail in their third attempts, trophy are going to be shared. Sam clears in his third attempt while Mariyappan fails. it’s silver for India’s Thangavelu Mariyappan.
Both the Indians miss the mark in their first attempts. The American has also failed in his first. No luck for any of them in their second attempts also. Sharad Kumar fails in his third attempt and can be settling for the trophy .
Indian shooter Singhraj Adana claimed the trophy within the P1 men’s 10m air pistol SH1 event of the Paralympics on Tuesday. Adana shot a complete of 216.8 to end the event within the third place after qualifying for the eight-man final because the sixth best shooter.
He won a trophy in men’s javelin throw F64 category at the 2020 Summer Paralympics. He holds the present record , having thrown 68.55 metres within the Paralympic final
Avani Lekhara won the trophy in women’s 10m air gun Standing event within the SH 1 category at the Tokyo Paralympics. because the teenager became Paralympic champion with a record score of 249.6 within the final.
Got a stupendous third Paralympic medal, a silver this timewhile discus thrower Yogesh Kathuniya also finished second as India surpassed its best ever medal tally at the Games on 30th August 2021.
He is a Indian athlete from India who is ideal within the javelin throw. He produced his season’s best contribute the ultimate attempt with an attempt of 44.38m to accept the silver .
Sunder Singh Gurjar
Indian javelin throwers Devendra Jhajharia and Sundar Singh Gurjar won silver and bronze respectively within the men’s Standing Javelin (F46) at National Stadium in Tokyo on Monday. Sundar captured bronze with a season-best throw of 62.58
India’s Nishad Kumar clinched a silver within the men’s high jump T47 event within the Paralympics with an Asian record effort in Tokyo on Sunday. The 21-year-old Kumar cleared 2.06m to win the silver and set an Asian record. American Dallas Wise was also awarded a silver as he and Kumar cleared an equivalent height of two .06m.
Today created history by winning India’s first silver in women’s singles class 4 Ping-Pong event at the continued Tokyo Paralympics.