Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lovlina Borgohain Assures 2nd Medal For India Entering Boxing Semi-Final - Viral Bake

Lovlina Borgohain has scripted history in Tokyo Olympics 2020!

On Friday, she has assured the 2nd medal for India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. She enters into boxing semi-final after beating former world champion Chen Nien-Chin of Chinese Taipei in the quarter-final of the Women’s Welterweight boxing at the Kokukigan Arena on Friday.


While securing a place in the semi-final, Lovlina Borgohain at least assured a bronze medal. Now, she has become the only 3rd Indian boxer to win a boxing medal for India at the Olympics after Mary Kom and Vijender Singh.

Also Read: Tokyo Olympics 2020: Indian Badminton Player PV Sindhu Enters Into Pre-quarterfinals 

India’s Realistic Chances To Win Medals In Tokyo Olympics

Apart from this, the country still has a chance to win medals in the coming days. Let’s have a quick look at India’s realistic chances of winning medals at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

The Indian Men’s Hockey Team – The Men in Blue are taking steps closer to medal in Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Manpreet Singh-led team started with a win over New Zealand. However, Australia thumped the Indian men’s hockey team in their second match. After this, India bounced back strongly and defeated Spain 3-0.

Source: The New Indian Express

Men’s Shot Put – Tajinderpal Singh Toor qualified for the Tokyo Olympics with a hefty throw of 21.49m at the Indian Athletics Grand Prix 4. Previously, the 26-year-old’s previous best was 20.92m. The qualification round will begin from 3rd August, at 3:45 PM IST.

Source: Olympics

Badminton – PV Sindhu – She is another hope to bring a medal for India in Tokyo Olympics. She has a lot of expectations on her shoulders, especially after Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth’s failure to qualify for the Olympics.

Source: The Indian Express

Few more areas where India can win medals, such as Athletics: Kamalpreet Kaur – Women’s Discus throw, Athletics: Neeraj Chopra – Men’s Javelin Throw, Boxing: Pooja Rani – Women’s Middleweight, and Boxing: Satish Kumar – Men’s Super heavyweight.

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