Golfer Aditi Ashok’s family celebrated the Olympic show in Bagalkot, Karnataka. Hubli News – Times of India

Bagalkot: Golfer Aditi Ashok, who has roots in Jamkhandi in Bagalkot district but was born and brought up in Bengaluru, missed out on a medal on Saturday in the women’s event at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics by finishing fourth.
His relatives in Jamkhandi were nonetheless thrilled with his performance and distributed sweets to neighbors and friends in the afternoon.
Aditi’s uncle Basavaraj Gudlamani Told standing That she had tied for 41st place at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
“This time, we had hoped that she would win a medal, but she missed. However, her achievement has come on the biggest sports stage. Her businessman father Ashok moved to Bengaluru about 25 years ago. He tells us about Aditi’s adventures. Keeps updating. She is a very dedicated golfer. We are confident that she will win a gold medal in the next Olympics.”
He continued: “We don’t know much about golf and how it is played. After Aditi’s achievements in recent years, many children in our city have shown interest in golf, but they need information and training here. There is a shortage.”
Another uncle Arun Gudlamani said: “We are looking forward to Aditi and her father coming here to celebrate the performance.”
Sports lovers from Bagalkot and other cities of North Karnataka are celebrating him with congratulatory messages and best wishes.


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