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Saturday, 14 August 2021

TOKYO OLYMPIC 2020 PDF FILE BY ICE ACADEMY RAJKOT

TOKYO OLYMPIC 2020 PDF FILE BY ICE ACADEMY Rajkot. 

The name ‘Tokyo 2020’ is not changed to ‘Tokyo 2021’ because of marketing and branding reasons. This is also the first time in history when an Olympic games event is postponed instead of being cancelled. 


Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Complete Schedule
Check the full schedule of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics through the link mentioned below. As of now, 33 competitions and 339 events will be held across 42 venues. 


Tokyo 2020 Olympics Schedule: Check the complete list of sporting events

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: List of Games and Sports 
Below is a complete list of all the sports and games that are to be included in the 2020 Summer Olympics:


2. Archery
3. Artistic Gymnastics
4. Artistic Swimming
5. Athletics
6. Badminton
7. Baseball/Softball
8. Basketball
9. Beach Volleyball
10. Boxing
11. Canoe Slalom
12. Canoe Sprint
13. Cycling BMX Freestyle
14. Cycling BMX Racing
15. Cycling Mountain Bike
16. Cycling Road
17. Cycling Track
18. Diving
19. Equestrian
20. Fencing
21. Football
22. Golf
23. Handball
24. Hockey
25. Judo
26. Karate
27. Marathon Swimming
28. Modern Pentathlon
29. Rhythmic Gymnastics
30. Rowing
31. Rugby Sevens
32. Sailing
33. Shooting 
34. Skateboarding
35. Sport Climbing
36. Surfing
37. Swimming
38. Table Tennis
39. Taekwondo
40. Tennis
41. Trampoline Gymnastics
42. Triathlon
43. Volleyball
44. Water Polo
45. Weightlifting
46. Wrestling


There will be 339 events in total, in 33 different types of sports. 5 New games will be introduced along with fifteen new events including 3x3 Basketball, Freestyle BMX and Madison Cycling (Continued again).


Tokyo 2020 Olympics: List of Indian Athletes Qualified 
Out of 120 Indian athletes, 68 are male and 52 are female participants. Access the complete list of Indian players qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics through the below link.  

List of Indian athletes qualified for Tokyo


India: Tokyo Olympics
Indian Athlete Neeraj Chopra has created history by winning the Gold Medal in Javelin Throw on 7th August 2021. Athletics Federation of India has decided to name 7th August as the Javelin Throw day in honour of Neeraj Chopra. Neeraj Chopra has become the second individual Olympic Gold Medalist after Abhinav Bindra.

Indian Men’s Hockey team has created history after 41 years by winning the Bronze in Tokyo Olympics. Boxer Lovlina Borgohain has won Bronze Medal in Women’s Welterweight Boxing. Ravi Dahiya and Bajarang Punia also fought t very tough for the Silver Medal in Men’s 57 kg Wrestling and Bronze Medal in Men’s Freestyle 65kg Wrestling respectively.

Ace badminton player PV Sindhu clinches the bronze medal for India after defeating China’s He Bing Jiao 21-13 21-15 in the third-place play-off at Musashino Forest Plaza on 1st August 2021.

Mirabai Chanu wins silver as India gets the first medal at Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Mirabai Chanu won India’s first medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after clinching silver in the women’s 49 kg event on 31st July 2021. This is India’s first silver in weightlifting at the Olympics.

This was the historic win for India as this year India has bagged with overall 7 medals including 1 gold,2 silver and 4 bronze.

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