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Few important names who make India proud in the last Olympic

Do you know about India’s Super Seven? If not, then let’s learn in detail in the following article.

Tokyo Olympic games 2020 was the most successful Olympic game in India’s 120 years of Olympic history. During the pandemic called Covid 19, the world has suffered and still suffering a lot. India has also gone through several crises during the first and second waves of Covid 19. Amidst all the chaos, finally, the good news was brought by these Super seven, and these are actually few medals and a lot of pride to our nation. Overall, India has won one Gold, two silver and four bronze which increased its position in the Olympic games. So, let’s know about some of our winners in detail-

Mirabai Chanu, the winner of the day one

For the first time in history, India has won a medal at the very beginning of the Olympics. Mirabai Chanu was the winner of silver in the women’s weightlifting, 49kg. She debuted her Olympic journey five years back, but that was not very successful. But this time, she made history by lifting 87kg in the snatch and 115kg clean and jerk. So, we congratulate her from the bottom of our hearts.

PV Sindhu, a well-known star in the Indian badminton

We all know her for the consistently outstanding performances she gives in each and every match. But how many of you know that she is the only Indian female athlete who has won multiple Olympic medals? Including the recent one, she has totalled seven since 2013. We heartily congratulate her on the silver she won in the last Olympics.

Neeraj Chopra, the gold winner

For India, it was the 7th medal, and it created history. Niraj Chopra’s javelin literally went to the sky and brought Gold for the country. This 23- year-old boy’s final attempt was marked 88.07m which made an end to India’s long waiting for Gold. Congratulations to him.

Ravi Kumar Dahiya, a consistent Olympic winner

Since 2008, Dahiya has maintained his record of bringing one medal from each Olympic. In the last Olympics, he bravely faced the two times winner, ZavurUguev and won the silver for India. We hope to see him with the Gold next time.

Men’s Hockey Team

Finally, after decades, it’s time to celebrate for the men’s hockey team, India. So, it can be said that 41 years of waiting has ended amazingly.

So, these are a few of the super seven. I hope it’ll be liked by you. What more do you know about them? Don’t forget to share your thoughts and opinions.

Sohini

Sohini is a journalism and mass communication enthusiast from Kolkata with an extreme interest in creative writing. Focused on entertainment, health and lifestyle, her stories could make your net surfing much more interesting.
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