Tokyo Paralympics 2021 Live Updates Shuttler Pramod. India’s mixed team pair of Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli went down fighting against second seeds Lucas Mazur and Faustine Noel in the group B opener of the badminton event. India’s Suyash Narayan Jadhav was disqualified in the Men’s 100m breaststroke — SB7 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. The Indian was disqualified based on the technical issue as he performed more than one fly kick after the turn, as per the official reason recorded.Stay with Times of India to get all the live updates on Paralympics 2020, India Events at Paralympic Games
Badminton Top seed India’s Pramod Bhagat beats compatriot Manoj Sarkar 21-10, 21-23, 21-9, in 56 minutes, in their opening men’s singles SL3 Group A match Top seed Pramod Bhagat leads the deciding third game 11-4 at break vs Manoj Sarkar in men’s singles SL3 Group A match.
The Indian duo of Amit Kumar and Dharambir ended fifth and eighth respectively in the F51 men’s club throw competition of the Paralympics on Wednesday. Kumar’s best effort of the evening was 27.77m, which was also his season’s best performance. The 36-year-old had finished fourth in the Rio Paralympics five years ago with an effort of 26.63m. Kumar is the reigning Asian Para Games champion as well. The 32-year-old Dharambir, who won the Asian Para Games silver behind Kumar in 2018, produced an effort of 25.59m which was also a seasonal best for him.
Men’s Club Throw F51 Final: India’s Amit Kumar finishes fifth with a best effort of 27.77m, eighth place finish for Dharambir (25.59m) NEW DELHI: 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 touching double figures for the first time in the history of India at the Paralympics in Tokyo on Tuesday. Before this, the best showing for India at the Paralympics was a total haul of 4 medals, which was registered in two separate editions (1984 and 2016).