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India At Tokyo Paralympics | Day 9 Highlights

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Tokyo Paralympics 2020: India competed across 5 sports on Day 9. Para-Badminton made its debut in the Tokyo Games. Indian stars shone in it.

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While hard-fought encounters took place in taekwondo, Athletics, shooting, and Para Canoeing on Day 9 at the National Stadium Tokyo.


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In the men’s SL4 group stage play Indian para shuttlers Tarun and Yathiraj competed. Both of them won their opening matches comprehensively. Tarun won in straight games against Siripong Temarrom of Thailand in Group B. Yathiraj defeated Jan Pott of Germany in Group A.

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In the men’s singles SH6 group stage play, Krishna Nagar defeated Didin Taresoh of Malaysia in straight games. Star shuttler Pramod Bhagat also defeated Oleksander Chyrkov of Ukraine. He dominated the entire match and advanced to the men’s singles  SL3 knockout stages.

In the women’s singles SU5 group stage, Palak Kohli won by ease. Defeating Zehra Baglar of Turkey in straight games. Meanwhile, in the women’s doubles SL3 SU5 group stage match, Palak Kohli and Parul Parmar lost to the Chinese.

Para Canoeing

prachi yadav | KreedOn

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Prachi Yadav stormed into the semifinals of the sprint event. She clocked a time of 1:11:098 in the women’s Va’a single 200m VL2 heats. The semi-finals are scheduled for Friday at the sea forest waterway, Tokyo.


Girls should learn martial arts for self-defence, says para-athlete Aruna  Tanwar - Hindustan Times

Aruna started off her campaign with a win in the women’s K44 – 49kg R16 match. She defeated D. Jovanovic of Serbia 29-9.

In the quarterfinals, Aruna lost to fourth-seeded L. Carranza of Peru 21-84.

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Rahul Jakhar | KreedOn

In the mixed 25m Pistol SH1 qualification, Rahul and Akash Jakhar competed. Rahul qualified for the finals with an overall score of 576. In the finals, Rahul finished fifth with 12 points. Xing Huang of China took home the gold.


Arvind Malik | KreedOn

Arvind Malik finished 7th in the men’s Shot Put F35 final. He finished with 12.41 as his best effort. His personal best however is 14.02. Khusniddin Norbekov of Uzbekistan took home the gold. He claimed the victory in his final throw of 16.13.

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Santhosh Narayan
Santhosh Narayan
Currently pursuing BBA in sports management, Passionate about sports who is also into fashion and sports writing. Ardent football and motorsports fan of FC Goa, Real Madrid and Scuderia Ferrari respectively


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