Tokyo Paralympics 2021 Highlights: How to Watch Day 12 brought two gold medals for India at the Tokyo Paralympics. Shuttler Pramod Bhagat won the gold medal in the men’s singles SL3 category. In the same event, Manj Sarkar won a bronze medal. Earlier in the day, Manish Narwal finished on top of the podium in Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 final and Singhraj followed him at the second place for a silver medal. Stay with Times of India to get all the live updates on Paralympics 2020, India Events at Paralympic Games, Results, Medal Table and more.
Tokyo Paralympics: Meet the Indian athletes who have won medals so far From an Indian perspective, just like the Olympics, the current edition of the Paralympics in Tokyo will never be forgotten. India have already registered their best ever performance at a single edition of the Paralympics, with the medal haul crossing double figures for the first time in the history of India at the Paralympics in Tokyo.
This is a very proud moment for me. I’m representing the Indian badminton community and India as a whole. This is the first time that para badminton is appearing in the Paralympics and winning the first gold medal for India is a moment to cherish for me.
Javelin thrower Navdeep finishes fourth in F41 event India’s javelin thrower Navdeep finished at the fourth spot in the men’s javelin throw F41 event in the ongoing Tokyo Paralympics here at the Olympic Stadium on Saturday. Navdeep registered throws of 38.59m, 38.33m, 39.97m, and 40.80m. The Indian javelin thrower’s fifth and sixth attempts were disqualified.
Pramod Bhagat wins historic badminton gold, Manoj Sarkar claims bronze Reigning world champion Pramod Bhagat on Saturday claimed a historic gold medal in men’s singles SL3 class while Manoj Sarkar bagged the bronze as India stamped their prowess at the Tokyo Paralympics. Bhagat beat Great Britain’s Daniel Bethell in the summit clash while Sarkar defeated Japan’s Daisuke Fujihara in the third place play-off, with both the Indians winning in straight games.