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Tokyo Olympics 2020, Day 2: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Only Silver Lining As Shooters, Archers Disappoint - Highlights

Chanu atoned herself for 2016 Rio debacle, while Indian shooters, archers and boxers disappointed. Catch the highlights and updates of Indians competing on day 2 of Tokyo 2020.

Tokyo Olympics 2020, Day 2: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Only Silver Lining As Shooters, Archers Disappoint - Highlights
Saikhom Mirabai Chanu celebrates on the podium after winning the silver medal in the women's 49kg weightlifting event, at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Saturday, July 24, 2021, in Tokyo, Japan. | AP Photo/Luca Bruno
Tokyo Olympics 2020, Day 2: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu Only Silver Lining As Shooters, Archers Disappoint - Highlights
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Saikhom Mirabai Chanu will be the toast of the nation tonight.  Chanu, on Saturday, ended India's 21-year wait for a weightlifting medal at the Olympics. Her silver in the 49kg category at the Tokyo Games was a redemption for the 2016 Rio Olympic debacle. India faced disappointment everywhere else. In the morning archery mixed team of Deepika Kumari and Pravin Jadhav crashed out of the quarterfinals, while  shooting medal hopes Elavenil Valarivan and Apurvi Chandela failed to make the final in the women's 10m air rifle event. Saurabh Chaudhary finished a lowly seventh in the men's 10m air pistol final. Indian men's did managed a strong start in hockey defeating New Zealand 3-2, but the women's team was outclassed by Netherlands 1-5. In boxing Vikas Krishan was ousted in the opening round itself. For India  the only silver lining came  in the form of weightlifter Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, who won India's first medal. Follow the highlights of Day 2 here:

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6:43 PM IST: Women's Hockey: India lost to Netherlands: 1-5

So that's it. India have lost to a better side, in fact the No 1 side in women hockey. Not an ideal start for Indian women's team apart from the first quarter goal by skipper Rani.

Netherlands celebrate after scoring against India during a women's hockey match at the 2020 Summer Olympics on Saturday, July 24, 2021.  Photo: AP Photo/John Locher


6:33 PM IST: Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-5 ( 4th Quarter)

GOAL!!! Netherlands score again. Now it's one-way traffic with Indian women now looking completely outclassed.


6:25 PM IST: Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-4 ( End of 3rd Quarter)

GOAL!!! Netherlands have scored again in the last minute of the 3rd quarter to stamp their class. India now have 15 minutes of last quarter to try and make a comeback. It was supposed to be tough match and India managed to hold their own for 30-40 min but the last few min of the third quarter, Indian women conceded two goals.


6:20 PM IST: Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-3 (3rd Quarter)

GOAL!!! Netherlands have scored again, India in all sorts of trouble.


6:08 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-2 (3rd Quarter)

GOAL!!! Netherlands finally have managed to break Indian defense with a penalty corner conversion


5:53 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-1 (End of 2nd Quarter)

India are holding their own against the mighty Netherlands. A goalless 2nd quarter and India did manage to stitch a few counter attacks and keep Dutch on their toes. Two more quarters to go


5:32 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands: 1-1 (End of first Quarter)

Captain Rani inspired a comeback and India have managed to hold on against the mighty Netherlands.


5:25 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands :

GOAL!!! India have equalised (1-1) in the 10th min of the match. Captain Rani scores the goal


5:20 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands :

GOAL!!! Netherlands have taken lead (0-1) in the 6th min of the match


5:12 PM IST:  Women's Hockey: India vs Netherlands

India women hockey in traditional blue outfit are up against Netherlands in the opener. The match is about to start shortly, stay tuned for updates 

Meanwhile in TENNIS, Novak Djokovic beat Hugo Dellien 6-2, 6-2, to start his bid for the Golden Slam


4:30 PM IST: Judo 60kg Gold for hosts Japan

Japan wins its first gold medal with Takato Naohisa getting better of Chinese Taipei's Yang Yung Wei. The bronze medals went to Yeldos Smetov (KAZ) and Luka Mkheidze (FRA).


4:23 PM IST: Men's Welterweight (63-69kg)

Hosts Japan's Quincy Okazawa defeats Vikas Krishan 5-0. Bad start for India in boxing. Krishan was one of the most experinced boxer in the contingent and was completely outplayed.  Read the detailed reort HERE.


4:13 PM IST: Men's Welterweight (63-69kg)

Quincy Okazawa vs Vikas Krishan 2nd round: The bout has been stopped as Krishan is bleeding through a cut over left eye. Okazawa extends his dominance takes round 2 too 


4:09 PM IST: Men's Welterweight (63-69kg)

Quincy Okazawa vs Vikas Krishan 1st round: Both boxers were equally matched. a good bout wherein both are trying to test each other weaknesses. Okazawa takes round 1, a unanimous decision


4:06 PM IST: Vikas Krishan is in his third Olympics and perhaps the most experienced boxer in Indian contingent for the Tokyo 


3:51 PM IST: In few minutes India's Vikas Krishan will take on Sewonrets Quincy Mensah Okazawa  of Japan in men's Welterweight (63-69kg)


3:35 PM IST: Hosts Japan win their first medal.

Tonaki Funa lost to Kosovo's Distria Krasniqi in the women's judo 48 kg. Bronze went to Daria Bilodid of Ukraine and and Urantsetseg Munkhbat of Mongolia.


3:00 PM IST: Medal tally now

Screengrab: https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020/en

2:25 PM IST: Women's Football

Three matches are currently on. Chile vs Canada, China vs Zambia and Sweden vs Australia.


2:00 PM IST: Cycling

Medal update!

Richard Carapaz of Ecuador wins the road race. He beats Tour de France winner Tadej Pogacar of Slovakia.


1:37 PM IST:  Archery

Medal update!

As expected, South Korea win mixed archery gold. Prodigious San An and Kim Je Deok defeat their Netherlands rivals in the final. Mexico calim bronze.


1:34 PM IST: Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the country in congratulating Saikhom Mirabai Chanu. HERE are some reactions.


1:21 PM IST:  Tennis - Men's Singles, First Round

Serbian great Novak Djokovic enters second round with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Dellien Hugo of Bolivia.


12: 56 PM IST: Table Tennis - Women's Singles, Round 1

A while ago, Manika Batra defeated Ho Tin-Tin of Great Britain in straight games (11-7, 11-6, 12-10 and 11-9).


12:53 PM IST: Hockey - Women's Pool A (Netherlands vs India)

Indian eves start their campaign with a clash against the Dutch.


12:49 PM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Final

Shooters continue to disappoint. Saurabh Chaudhary finished seventh. Iran's Javad Foroughi wins gold with Olympic record. Serbia's Mikec Damir takes silver, ahead of China's Pang Wei.


12:35 PM IST: In other results, Indian shuttler B Sai Praneet lost to Zilberman Misha in straight games (17-21, 15-21) in their men's singles group match. But men's doubles pair, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty beat Lee Yang and Wang Chi-Lin of Chinese Taipei in a group match. They won 21-16, 16-21, 27-25 in a thriller.


12:32 PM IST: A little while ago, India's Sumit Nagal started his campaign with a 6-4, 6(6)-7, 6-4 win over Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan in the men's singles tennis first round.


12:30 PM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Final

Saurabh Chaudhary is all set for the final showdown.


12:01 PM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Mirabai goes for 117 kg in her final attempt. And she fails, and settles for silver with a combined lift of 202.


12:00 PM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Hou Zhihui lifts 116 kg in her final attempt. Her combined 210 kg.


11: 78 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

115kg for Mirabai in her second attempt. And her total is now 202 kg.


11:56 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Hou Zhihui goes for 114kg in her second attempt. And she's clean. Already new Olympic record with a total of 208 kg.


11: 57 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah also lifts 110kg in the second attempt.


11: 53 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Mirabai on with 110kg. Her best is 119kg.


11: 52 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

China's Hou Zhihui on with 109kg in her first attempt.


11: 51 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Still with 108kg. USA's Delacruz fails again in her third attempt, with no lift in clean & jerk.


11: 47 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Now, 108kg. USA's Delacruz fails in her first attempt. But, Indonesia's Aisah lifts it.


11: 45 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

France's Anais Michel also completed her lifts. Total - 177kg. Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah enters the fray with 103kg lift. Chinese Taipei's Fang Wan-Ling fails in her attempt to lift 103 kg. Her total 181kg.


11:41 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk) 

Chinese Taipei's Fang Wang-Ling lifts 101kg. But Belgium's Nina Stercks fails in her attempt. Her best remains 99 and her total is 180. 


11:34 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

France's Anais Michel lifts 101 kg in her second attempt. But Japan's Hiromi Miyake fails in 99kg attempt again. And she goes for the final attempt within the stipulated two minutes. Another failure and he has no lift in clean & jerk.


11:29 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Japan's Hiromi Miyake tries 99kg and she fails.


11: 27 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

Chinese Taipei's Fang Wan-Ling increases the weight to 98kg, and she lifts. Mirabai is the world record holder (119 kg)


11: 25 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Clean & Jerk)

France's Anais Michel starts with a 96 kg. And successful.


11:19 AM IST: Table Tennis - Mixed Doubles - QFs

Deepika Kumar and Pravin Jadhav win the third set to keep their hopes alive. But Kim Je Deok and An San seal it the deal 36-33.


11:14 AM IST: Table Tennis - Mixed Doubles - QFs

Indian pair of Deepika Kumar and Pravin Jadhav trails their South Korean rivals 0-4.


11:07 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Now the final lift in snatch. China's Hou Zhihui goes for 94 kg, which is 2 kg less than her own world record. And she lifts it. And new Olympic record.

She enters clean and jerks with seven kg lead.


11:05 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

China's Hou Zhihui lifts 92 kg in her second attempt. She is the lone lifter left now.


11:04 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

American camp challenges the verdict, but nothing. Mirabai goes for 89kg and her best in snatch remains, 87 kg.


11:02 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

USA's Delacruz tries for 89kg in the third attempt. And she lifts it. No, it's a fault lift. Her best lift remains 86.


11:01 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

More. And China's Hou Zhihui lifts 88kg with ease.


10:59 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah bravely goes for 87kg, and she fails. Her best remains 84kg.


10:58 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Mirabai goes for 87kg in her second attempt. And clean, it is.


10:56 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Nina Stercks fails her 84kg attempt. USA's Delacruz goes for 86kg. And she lifts it.


10:54 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah clears 84 kg in the second attempt.


10:53 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Not easy, but Mirabai clears it.


10: 52 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah first to have a crack at 84 kg. And she fails. Next is Mirabai, with her first attempt.


10:50 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

USA's Elizabeth Delacruz lifts 83. And now, 84kg lifts start.


10:46 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Qualification

Saurabh Chaudhary wins the qualifiers with 586. He will be joined by other seven shooters, but not Abhishek Verma, who finished 17th with 575.


10:45 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Chinese Taipei's Fang Wan-Ling now goes for 80 kg and she is happy. Mirabai will start with 84 kg. She still has some time to join the fray.

10:41 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Qualification

Saurabh Chaudhary maintains lead after the sixth series. He has 586 points, with an average of 9.767. Abhishek Verma now sixth with 531.


10:45 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

'Big girls' yet to feature. Japan's Hiromi Miyake failed her 76 g attempt. Both France's Anais Michel and Chinese Taipei's Fang Wan-Ling cleared 78kg.


10:45 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)

Japan's Hiromi Miyake lifts 75kg in first attempt.


10:33 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg

Stage is set. Each lifter will get three chances in each weight attempt in snatch and clean & jerk. The combined total decides the winner.


10:24 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Qualification

Good shooting. Saurabh Chaudhary now leads the pack with 519 after 6th series. Abhishek Verma also recovers, 8th after fourth series for him with 415 points.


9:54 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Qualification

Steady for Saurabh Chaudhary. He moves to fourth after fourth series with 301. Abhishek Verma struggling at 23rd with 171  after second series.


9:54 AM IST: Shooting - 10m Air Pistol Men's Qualification

Saurabh Chaudhary off to nervy start. Seventh after second series with 241 points. Abhishek Verma languishing at 27 with 132 first series.


9:32 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg

Saikhom Mirabai Chanu in action. Her first attempts in snatch will be 84 kg, and in clean and jerk will be 110 kg.

China's Hou Zhihui is going for 91kg in snatch and 110 in clean and jerk. Indonesia's Windy Cantika Aisah will attempt 84 kg in snatch and 103 in clean and jerk.


9:30 AM IST: An Algerian judo athlete will be sent home from the Tokyo Olympics after he withdrew from the competition to avoid potentially facing an Israeli opponent.


9:24 AM IST: Badminton - Men’s Doubles Group Stage

Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty vs Lee Yang and Wang Chi-Lin of Chinese Taipei coming up.


9:13 AM IST: Table Tennis - Mixed Doubles - Round of 16

And it's over. Seven match points, but India saved one, but not enough. 4-0 to the Chinese Taipei pair (11-8, 11-6, 11-5-, 11-4).  Humbling!


9:06 AM IST: Table Tennis - Mixed Doubles - Round of 16

Indian pair Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra are 0-3 down against Lin Yun Ju and Cheng I Ching of Chinese Taipei.  This is a best of seven encounter.


8:53 AM IST: Judo - Women's 48 kg

Indian judoka Likmabam Shushila loses to Eva Csernoviczki in the Round of 32 elimination by Ippon.


8:50 AM IST: Rowing

Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh finished fifth in Lightweight Men's Double Sculls Heat 2, and they are in the repechage. But their time of 6:40.33 is a worry. Ireland won the heat with a timing of 6:23.74.


8:44 AM IST: Indian men's hockey team's next pool match is against Australia. Check full schedule and telecast details HERE.


8:35 AM IST: In another men's hockey match, Australia beat hosts Japan 5-3.


8:26 AM IST: Men's Hockey (NZ 2-3 IND) - Final Score 

India survive a flurry of New Zealand attack, thanks to the brilliance of goalkeeper Sreejesh, and win their opener 3-2.


8:24 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team

India meet South Korea in the quarters. Koreans blanked Bangladesh 6-0.


7:50 AM IST: And the first gold medal goes to China as Yang Qian creates a new Olympic record in women's 10m Air Rifle Women's final, an event for which Indians Elavenil Valarivan and Apurvi Chandela failed to make the cut after shocking qualification performances. Yang shoots 251.8, which points below Chandela's world record 252.9. ROC's (Russia) Anastasiia Galashina and Switzerland's Nina Christen take silver and bronze.


7:49 AM IST: Men's Hockey (NZ 2-3 IND) 

A stunning field goal by Wilson Nick Stephen Jenness for New Zealand just before the end of third quarter.


7:45 AM IST: Tennis - Men's Singles First Round

India's Sumit Nagal takes on Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan in the second match at Court 10.


7:34 AM ISTMen's Hockey (NZ 1-3 IND) 

India increase the lead with another penalty corner conversion, by Harmanpreet Singh, again.


7:30 AM IST: 10m Air Rifle Women's final is on. And first medals in Tokyo Olympics to be awarded soon.


7:28 AM ISTMen's Hockey (NZ 1-2 IND) 

Second half action started.


7:25 AM IST: Judo - Women’s 48kg

Action in Nippon Budokan starts in short while. Sushila Likmabam is making her Games debut. There will be successive rounds.


7:13 AM IST: Men's Hockey (NZ 1-2 IND) 

India finally take the much-deserved lead through a Harmanpreet Singh goal from a penalty corner.


6:50 AM IST: Historic moment. 12-year-old Hend Zaza of Syria starts her Olympic campaign in table tennis with a women's preliminary round clash against Austria's LIU Jia. She is the youngest table tennis player at Tokyo 2020.

Later, Indian starts Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra will be seen in action in their mixed double event.


6:46 AM IST: Men's Hockey (NZ 1-1 IND) 

Rupinder Pal Singh converts from the spot as India fight back.


6:38 AM IST: Men's Hockey (NZ 1-0 IND) 

India concede first goal to New Zealand from a penalty corner.


6:33 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg

Action started with Group B lifts at Tokyo International Forum. Siakhom Mirabai Devi, India's medal hope, is in Group A.

She is the lifter with the highest weight (210kg), which is also more than five kgs from her personal best, ahead of hot favourite Zhihui (205kg) of China.


6:21 AM IST: Men's Hockey

India face New Zealand in the second match at Oi Hockey Stadium.


6:18 AM IST: Women's 10m Air Rifle

Elsewhere, Jeanette Heg Duestad of Norway created the Olympics qualifying record with scores of 632.9. But sadly, both the Indian shooters Elavenil Valarivan (626.5) and Apurvi Chandela (621.9) failed to qualify for the next round, finishing poor 16th and 36th respectively.

The top eight finishers qualify for the final from the field of 50.


6:15 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team 1/8 Elimination - Fourth Set

Taipei first. 10 and 9. Pravin hit 9 and Deepika an 8. Taipei lead 27-17. Lin Chia-En hits 8, and Tang Chih-Chun a 9. A window for India. 10 for Pravin. Deepika need 10 to win and it's it. India come from behind to book a quarter-final place. 37-36 in the final set. India win 5-3.


6:11 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team 1/8 Elimination - Third Set

Two 10s for India. Tang Chih-Chun hits 8 to pressure on Lin Chia-En for Taipei. She hits 10. India lead 20-18. Another ten for Pravin, and also another 10 for Deepika. 7 from Lin Chia-En and 10 for Tang Chih-Chun. India take the third set 40-35. It's 3-3.


6:08 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team 1/8 Elimination - Second Set

India start the second set. Pravin Jadhav and Deepika hit 10s. Taipei responds with 10 and 9. Poor one from India, 9s. Taipei hits the first 10 of the set, then Tang Chih-Chun hits 9. Set tied at 38 each. Taipei lead 3-1.


6:05 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team 1/8 Elimination - First Set

Chinese Taipei first, two 9s. Pravin Jadhav starts with an 8, then Deepika Kumari hits 10.

Chinese Taipei hit 8 and 10. India hit 8 and 9. And Taipei win the first set, 2-0.


6:00 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team

Both the teams are lined up for the first elimination round of the Games.


5:56 AM IST:  Women's 10m Air Rifle

Both the Indian shooters, Apurvi Chandela and Elavenil Valarivan, so far failed to impress.

After Series 5: Elavenil Valarivan - 480.3 and is 16th. Her average is 10.445.
After Series 4: Apurvi Chandela - 436.2 and is 30th. Her average is 10.386.


5:50 AM IST: Archery - Mixed Team at Yumenoshima Park

The Indian team of Deepika Kumari and Pravin Jadhav will face the Chinese Taipei pair of Lin Chia-En and Tang Chih-Chun in the 1/8 Eliminations Results.


5:49 AM IST: Women's 10m Air Rifle

After Series 4: Elavenil Valarivan - 407.8

After Series 3: Apurvi Chandela - 311.9. Seasoned Indian campaigner seems to be faltering. But too early to predict.


5:14 AM IST: Action Started In Women's 10m Air Rifle at Asaka Shooting Range

First with the qualification round. Each shooter will get 60 shots each to decide the rankings.. Strong starts from Indian shooters, Apurvi Chandela and Elavenil Valarivan


PREVIEW

Tokyo is three-and-a-half-hours ahead of India and when Indian fans sip their first cup of tea, they will know if young Saurabh Chaudhary and Abhishek Verma have won medals in their pet event, the 10m air pistol. And by lunch time, India will know if lone weightlifter Mirabai Chanu has won a medal or Deepika and Pravin Yadav are in the medal rounds of mixed archery or Elavenil and Apurvi Chandela have lived up to their promise in 10m air rifle event.

Boxer Vikas Krishan, in his third Olympics, will be in action and so will be the promising badminton doubles team of Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy. The hockey teams will also start their campaign with the women, led by Rani, facing defending Olympic champions the Netherlands and the men, led by flagbearer Manpreet Singh, starting in the morning with a pool match against New Zealand.

These Games are expected to see a new India turning the corner in their Olympic journey. They have won 28 medals in all so far with hockey accounting for eight gold medals. Abhinav Bindra (Beijing 2008) is the only individual gold medallist in shooting. India won just two medals at Rio 2016 and in Tokyo, where India are fielding a record 120-plus athletes, the nation is hoping to surpass London 2012's record haul of six medals - two silvers and four bronze. (LIVE STREAMING | NEWS)

6:35 AM IST: Weightlifting - Women's 49kg (Snatch)
Not easy, but Mirabai clears it.

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