Tokyo Olympics: Sindhu creates history

Tokyo Olympics Sindhu creates history

Tokyo Olympics: Sindhu creates history, won Olympic medal for the second time in a row

Tokyo Olympics: India’s legendary badminton player PV Sindhu has won the bronze medal in the Tokyo Olympics. Sindhu registered a 21-13 and 21-15 win over Chinese shuttler Bingjiao in the bronze medal match.

Tokyo Olympics: Another daughter did wonders, PV Sindhu became the first female athlete to win two medals for India
Badminton player PV Sindhu defeated Xiao Bing He of China 21-13, 21-15 in the match for third place at the Tokyo Olympics.

Tokyo: India’s daughters are creating record after record with their stellar performance in the Tokyo Olympics. India’s female star badminton player PV Sindhu has won a bronze medal in Tokyo Olympics. She defeated Xiao Bing He of China 21-13, 21-15 in the match for third place. Due to his brilliant performance in this match which lasted for 53 minutes, India has got the third medal in this Olympics.

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Tokyo Olympics Sindhu created history

PV Sindhu created history in Tokyo Olympics. He has won the bronze medal. Sindhu defeated Bingjiao of China 21-13, 21-15 to claim the bronze medal. PV Sindhu has become the first Indian woman player to win two medals in an individual Olympic event. Among men, wrestler Sushil Kumar (Bronze – Beijing 2008, Silver – London 2012) did this feat.

Won Silver in Rio Olympics 

Sindhu also showed amazing performance in Rio Olympics and won a silver medal. By winning bronze in Tokyo, she has become the first Indian athlete to have won two medals in an individual event at the Olympics. It should be noted that this was only Sindhu’s second Olympics. Sindhu made her debut in Rio. Not only this, Sidhu is the second Indian after wrestler Sushil Kumar to win two consecutive Olympic medals. Sushil won a bronze medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and a silver medal in the 2012 London Olympics. Sindhu lost to Carolina Marin of Spain in the final at the Rio Olympics. In Tokyo here, Sindhu was defeated by Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan in the semi-finals.

India’s third medal This

is India’s third medal in the Tokyo Olympics. First of all, weightlifter Mirabai Chanu won silver for India. After this, boxer Lovlina Borgohain secured another medal for India by making it to the semi-finals.

Equal to Sushil Kumar

Earlier, Indian wrestler Sushil Kumar had won two medals. He won the bronze medal at the Beijing (2008) Olympics and the silver medal at the London Olympics (2012).

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted

and congratulated PV Sindhu on the victory of another daughter of India in the Tokyo Olympics.

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