India in Tokyo Olympic Day 14 Live Updates: Follow the live action from the events on August 6

India in Tokyo Olympic Day 14 Live Updates: Follow the live action from the events on August 6
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India in Tokyo Olympic Day 14 Live Updates: Follow the live action from the events on August 6

Follow live coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics | India’s schedule for August 6 | Day 13 recap in pictures | Where to watch the action of the 14th day

02:00 AM: Gurpreet Singh, the only representative of India in the 50 km race! The 37-year-old clocked 3:59:42 at the national championships earlier this year. Priyanka Goswami and Bhawna Jat will also be in action at the women’s 20km race walk event at 1:00 PM IST.

1:55 am: Hello and welcome to the live coverage of Day 13 of India’s action at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Another action-packed day awaits the Indian contingent in the Japanese capital. The Indian women’s hockey team and Bajrang Punia will be in focus as the country’s contingent looks to add a few more medals to the bag.

India had a stellar Thursday as a men’s hockey team and Ravi Dahiya added two medals to India’s tally in the quadrennial showpiece event. Manpreet Singh’s men won a historic bronze medal at the Tokyo showpiece, ending the country’s 41-year wait for a podium finish at the Games. Dahiya became only the second Indian wrestler to win a silver medal at the Olympic Games when he lost 4-7 to world champion Zavur Uguayev in the men’s freestyle 57kg title match.

The Indian women’s hockey team will take on Great Britain on Friday in the bronze medal match. Bajrang Punia (65kg) will start his campaign against Ernazar Akmataliev of Kyrgyzstan and Seema Bisla will contest in the repechage round of women’s freestyle 50kg. Golfers Aditi Ashok and Diksha Dagar will also be in action in the women’s individual stroke play round 3. Gurpreet Singh will start India’s day with the men’s 50km race walk final. He is the only Indian in this event. Here’s what you can expect from the Indian contingent on Friday, August 6.

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