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Day 16 of the Tokyo Olympics LIVE – India at the Tokyo Olympics: a huge day for India as Neeraj Chopra, Aditi Ashok and Bajrang Punia battle for medals; Live stream, scores, date, time, everything you need to know – Day 16 could be India’s biggest day at the Tokyo Olympics as the nation could potentially win multiple medals. The country’s greatest medal prospect, Neeraj Chopra will be in action in the men’s javelin throw finals and compete for gold at the Olympic Stadium. Meanwhile, Aditi Ashok, a surprise contender for a podium spot, will compete in the fourth and final round on Saturday – Follow live updates from the Tokyo Olympics on InsideSport.co
Tokyo Olympic Games Day 16 LIVE – India to Tokyo Olympic Games Live Updates:
@ 08:28 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: After all golfers completed the 14th hole, Aditi Ashok slipped a spot to be tied for 3rd
@ 8:18 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: Aditi landed her second shot straight into the bunker, very close to hole 14. She is now in third after Japan’s Mone Inami climbed one spot.
@ 8:05 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: The conditions become difficult with a strong breeze and a gray sky. On to the last five holes
The conditions are getting difficult with a strong breeze and a gray sky, but Aditi is shining brightly. Incredible guts and nerves. Before the last five holes, tied 2. #Golf # tokyo2020 pic.twitter.com/noFo9s8WKx
– Mihir Vasavda (@mihirsv) August 7, 2021
@ 07:58 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: Aditi completes hole 13 in three strokes and advances to hole 14!
@ 07:50 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: a par par on the 12th hole. Four golfers currently tied for second
@ 07:47 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: Aditi Ashok is currently tied for 3 after 11 holes. American Nelly Korda and Dane Emily Pederson beat her
@ 07:44 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: For the moment, 4 people are tied for 2nd place. Aditi Ashok is one of them
@ 07:20 am: Tokyo Olympic Games Golf: Nelly Korda leads again by three strokes. She is 17-under-10, ahead of Emily Pedersen, Aditi Ashok, New Zealand flag Lydia Ko all 14-under for a tied second
@ 7:09 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: Aditi double bogeyed at hole 9 to tie 3rd at 14; She scores a consistent 34 in her New Front
@ 6:45 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: Aditi Ashok is really playing at an incredible level here. She’s ranked # 200 in the world, while Korda is ranked 1 and Ko is ranked 11, and she’s holding up.
Birdies for all three on hole 8, and they drop to 15 cents.
The pressure is real.
It’s a three-way tie for the head after Nelly Korda’s double bogey # 7.
– Olympic Golf (@OlympicGolf) August 7, 2021
@ 6:28 am: Tokyo Olympics Golf: after the 6th hole, Aditi Ashok retains the 2nd position. There are 12th holes left today weather permitting.
In 2016 #Olympic Games, Ashok had her father shopping cart for her in Rio.
– Olympic Golf (@OlympicGolf) August 5, 2021
@ 06: 13: Golf of the Tokyo Olympics: Aditi Ashok birdied the fifth hole. It’s not enough to catch Lydia Ko, who is on a four birdie streak, but it helps her get ahead of Inami Mone and Emily Pedersen
@ 5:40 am: Tokyo Olympic Games Golf: Aditi slipped to 3rd position, New Zealander Lydia Ko took over.
Tokyo Olympic Games Day 16 LIVE – India at the Tokyo Olympic Games Full program and match schedules:
- GOLF – 04h17: 4th Round of the Women’s Individual Stroke Game (Diksha Dagar)
- GOLF – 04h48: 4th Round of Women’s Individual Stroke Play (Aditi Ashok)
- STRUGGLE – 3:55 p.m .: Men’s 65kg Freestyle Bronze Medal Match (Bajrang Punia)
- ATHLETICS – 4:30 p.m .: Men’s Javelin Throw Final (Neeraj Chopra)
Golf @ 3: 00 AM – Aditi Ashok, Diksha Dagar (female individual – Round 4)
Aditi Ashok has raised India’s medal hopes as she is currently second after finishing the third round of the women’s individual golf event at the Tokyo Olympics. The 23-year-old, who is competing in her second Olympics, did well to finish three strokes behind world No. 1 Nelly Korda of the United States. Ashok’s counterpart, Diksha Dagar recorded a second 72 in a row and gained two places to tie 51st at 220. While the former hopes to continue her impressive form and finish on the podium, the latter hopes for a final one. development to finish higher in the start.
India at the Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Golf – Aditi Ashok hopes for a medal – Women’s Individual 4th Round; Live stream, scores, date, time, everything you need to know.
4:30 p.m. Athletics – Neeraj Chopra (Men’s Javelin Throw Finals)
Neeraj Chopra is India’s biggest prospect for gold at the Tokyo Olympics as he prepares to take the pitch in the men’s javelin throw final on Saturday. The 23-year-old kept India’s hopes of an elusive Olympic medal in track and field alive by qualifying directly for the final with a stunning 86.65m throw that put him at- above the others on Wednesday. If Neeraj Chopra lands a podium, it will be India’s first medal in athletics since Norman Pritchard won two silver medals at the 1900 Olympics.
Neeraj Chopra Goes For Gold – Men’s Javelin Throw Finals; Live stream, scores, date, time, everything you need to know.
Wrestling @TBD: Bajrang Punia vs TBD (Men’s 65kg Freestyle Bronze Medal Match)
World number one Bajrang Punia’s hopes of winning a gold medal were hit hard after he was knocked out in the men’s 65kg freestyle semi-final on Friday. Haji Aliyev of Azerbaijan dominated the proceedings by inflicting a 12-5 defeat on Bajrang. The 27-year-old will now fight for pride in the bronze medal match on Saturday. Punia has won medals at the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games so far, and will be eager to add a podium at the Olympics to her tally.
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