Team India at Tokyo Olympics 2020 Schedule for August 7: Check Out Full Schedule, Timings, Events & Live Streaming Details for Day 15

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With the Olympics reaching its end, India doesn’t have much to compete for on Saturday, August 7. However, all eyes would be Bajrang Punia, Aditi Ashok and Neeraj Chopra–with all of them holding the opportunity to win medals for India. Though there are very few events for India on Day 14, it promises to be a very crucial day for the Indian contingent. However, let us take a look at the performance of Indian athletes on Friday, August 13. The Indian women’s hockey team put up a brave fight in their bronze medal match against Great Britain but eventually ended up on the losing side. Despite the loss, their performances was praiseworthy, given the fact that they helped India achieve their best-ever finish in women’s hockey at the Olympics. Team India at Tokyo Olympics 2020 Recap of August 06: Check Out India’s Medal Tally and All Event Results

Bajrang Punia, who had high hopes on him didn’t disappoint initially, reaching the semifinals of the Men’s Freestyle 65kg wrestling event. But he lost out on having a shot at either the gold or silver medal by going down in the semifinal to Azerbaijan’s Haji Aliyev. He nonetheless, would have an opportunity to compete for the bronze medal on Saturday. Seema Bisla lost her opening round bout in the women’s 50kg freestyle wrestling event. However, Aditi Ashok emerged as one of India’s potential medal winners by finishing second at the end of the third round. The Indian men’s 4x400m relay race team scripted an Asian record but missed out on qualifying for the finals.

Schedule for Day 15 of Tokyo Olympics 2020:

Date

Time Sport Event

Athlete

August 7, 2021 04:17 AM Golf Women’s Round 4 Diksha Dagar
August 7, 2021 04:48 AM Golf Women’s Round 4 Aditi Ashok
August 7, 2021 03:55 PM Wrestling Men’s Freestyle 65kg Bronze Medal Match Bajrang Punia
August 7, 2021 04:30 PM Javelin Throw Men’s Javelin Throw Final Neeraj Chopra

Live Streaming Of Team India Events At Tokyo Olympics 2020

Sony Network holds the official rights for the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The matches will be broadcast on Sony TEN 1 HD/SD, Sony TEN 2 HD/SD and even Sony SIX SD/HD will live broadcast with English commentary while Hindi commentary will be available on Sony TEN 3 HD/SD. SonyLiv will be the app that will bring you the live streaming of the games. Besides it, DD Sports also provides live telecasts of sports events featuring Indian athletes.

(The above story first appeared on Fresh Headline on Aug 06, 2021 09:45 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website freshheadline.com).

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