India Medal Tally in Tokyo Olympics 2020: India at Olympics

Check Tokyo Olympics 2020 India Medal Tally. Check Day by Day India Medals and Result Updates for all matches in Tokyo Olympics 2020. 

India is participating in Tokyo Summer Olympics 2020 with full enthusiasm. India is participating in 18 Sports events in the Olympics happening in Tokyo (Japan). A total of 124 players are taking part in Team and Individual Sports.

Here on this page, we will give details about India Medal Tally in Tokyo Olympics. We have categorized events as Completed with Medals won and the events are being held for the medals.

India Medals Tally in Tokyo Olympics

Gold 01
Silver 02
Bronze 04
Total Tally 07

Below, we have added tables for all the medals India has won to date. You can check the India Medals by sports event and participating players name as well.

India Medal Won so Far

Mira Bai Chanu Women’s 49kg weightlifting Silver Medal
Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu opened India’s medal account at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with a silver in the women’s 49kg – her first medal at the Olympics. Saikhom Mirabai Chanu hails from Shillong in Meghalaya State.
Lovlina Borgohain Women’s welterweight boxing Bronze Medal
Lovlina Borgohain won a bronze medal on her debut at Tokyo 2020 after losing in the semi-finals to top seed Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey in the women’s 69kg. Lovlina Borgohain had beaten Chinese Taipei’s Nien-Chin Chen in the quarter-finals to assure herself of a medal.
PV Sindhu Women’s singles badminton Bronze Medal
PV Sindhu became the first Indian woman and only the second Indian athlete – after Sushil Kumar – to win two individual Olympic medals. PV Sindhu beat China’s He Bing Jiao 21-13, 21-15 to win the bronze medal in the women’s singles.
Indian hockey team Men’s hockey Bronze Medal
After a 41-year wait, the Indian men’s hockey team finally have an Olympic medal since the gold at the 1980 Moscow Olympics. After being 3-1 down at one point, India made a big comeback to beat Germany 5-4 and claim the bronze medal.
Ravi Kumar Dahiya Men’s 57kg wrestling Silver 
The 23-year-old Ravi Kumar Dahiya assured himself of an Olympic medal when he beat Nurislam Sanayev of Kazakhstan, a former World Championships silver medallist, in the semis of the men’s 57kg wrestling at Tokyo 2020. The colour of the medal will be decided in the final on August 5, when Ravi Kumar Dahiya takes on the ROC’s Zavur Uguev in final.
Neeraj Chopra Javelin Throw Gold
Neeraj Chopra the Indian Javelin Participant had thrown the gauntlet on his first attempt; a massive throw of 86.65m to top the qualification round for the final. The finals will be conducted on Saturday and he seems a contender for a Medal.
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