Welcome to Sportstar‘s LIVE coverage of Indian athletes in action on Competition Day 9 at the Olympics. This is Santadeep Dey taking you through all the action as it unfolds at Tokyo 2020.
4:57 AM IST: In the ongoing last round (4) of men’s individual strokeplay, Anirban is ranked 28th, while Udayan has slipped a place further to 56th.
4:48 AM IST: Fouaad Mirza and Seigneur Medicott currently stand ninth in a field of 63 after Dressage with 28.00 total penalty points. They will shortly be in action during the tricky individual Cross-Country event.
INDIANS IN ACTION
After a year-long delay because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Tokyo Olympics finally got underway on July 23. India sent its largest ever contingent to the Games – 120 athletes (67 men, 53 women).
Here are all fixtures, timings of events involving Indian athletes on August 1 so that you can stay up to speed!
Golf – Men’s individual – Udayan Mane, Anirban Lahiri – 4:11 AM IST
Equestrian – Cross Country: Individual – Fouaad Mirza – 5:18 AM IST
Boxing – Men’s Quarterfinal: Satish Kumar vs B. Jalolov (UZB) – 9:36 AM IST
Badminton – Women’s singles bronze medal – P. V. Sindhu vs He Bingjiao (CHI) 5PM IST
Hockey – Quarterfinal Men’s: Team India vs Great Britain – 5:30 PM IST
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
- When will Indian athletes play at the Tokyo Olympics?
Events of Indian interest at Tokyo 2020 will begin at 4:11 AM IST on August 1, 2021.
- Where to watch Indian events at Tokyo Olympics?
The Sony Sports Network will broadcast the Tokyo Olympics live in India.
Sony TEN 3 HD/SD will telecast events with Hindi commentary while Sony TEN 1 HD/SD and Sony TEN 2 HD/SD will have English commentary.
Live streaming of the events will be available on the SonyLIV and JioTV apps.