Tokyo: India has managed to win three medals in the Tokyo Olympic Games so far, in which the power of women has been seen. So far, India’s daughters Mirabai Chanu, PV Sindhu and Lovlina Borgohain have won all three medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The whole of India salutes this spirit of Mirabai Chanu, PV Sindhu and Lovlina Borgohain.
‘Woman power’ amazing in Tokyo Olympics
These three daughters of India fulfilled their promise by overcoming all the challenges and brought laurels to the country. Mirabai Chanu won silver medal for India in weight lifting at Tokyo Olympic Games while PV Sindhu won bronze medal in badminton. Lovlina also brought India an Olympic medal, ending the drought of the last nine years in boxing.
The trio of Mirabai, Sindhu and Lovlina dominated
Winning a medal in the Olympics has always been a challenge for India, but Mirabai Chanu, PV Sindhu and Lovlina Borgohain have set an example for the youth that India can do even better on the Olympic stage in the times to come.
Mirabai opened India’s account in Tokyo Olympics
In the 49 kg category of weightlifting, Mirabai Chanu opened the medal account for the country in the Tokyo Olympics by giving India a silver medal. Mirabai Chanu became the first Indian weightlifter to win a silver medal at the Olympics. India got a medal in weightlifting after 21 years. Earlier, Karnam Malleswari had won bronze medal in weightlifting for the country in Sydney Olympics 2000.
PV Sindhu did wonders by winning the bronze medal
India’s legendary badminton player PV Sindhu created history by winning the bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics. PV Sindhu became the first woman athlete to win two consecutive medals at the Olympics. PV Sindhu had earlier won a silver medal in the Rio Olympics. PV Sindhu became the first Indian woman athlete to win two medals in an individual event at the Olympics. Among men, wrestler Sushil Kumar (Bronze – Beijing 2008, Silver – London 2012) did this feat. Sindhu is the second Indian and the first Indian woman after wrestler Sushil Kumar to win two consecutive Olympic medals.
Lovlina ends 9 years of drought by winning a medal
Boxer Lovlina Borgohain won the bronze medal for India in the Tokyo Olympics. Lovlina Borgohain won the Olympic medal for India, ending the drought of the last 9 years in boxing. Earlier, Indian boxer Mary Kom had won a bronze medal for India in the 2012 London Olympics. At the same time, among men, Vijender Singh had won a bronze medal for India in the Beijing 2008 Olympics.