Sunday, 14 August 2016

Rio 2016 Olympics Schedule: Medals India can win on Super Sunday

India have not very many decoration contenders left, yet lets not put a conclusion to our trusts at Rio 2016 Olympics. The Indian shooters, including star Olympian Abhinav Bindra, had colossal decoration trusts yet they neglected to complete on the platform. The Indian arrow based weaponry group had an amazing begin to their battle yet the sparkle didn't keep going too long. The ladies' hockey group, as well, neglected to convey on the desires. 

With all that being said, India still have some award prospects left. The Indian unexpected may get slimmer yet a few exhibitions have emerged. Lalita Babar met all requirements for the ladies' 3000m steeplechase with another national record of 9 minutes 19.76 seconds. 

Dipa Karmakar has officially carved her name in the Indian Olympic history and will hope to make that an award complete on Sunday night in Rio. The last round in Gymnastics is planned for 23:17 hrs IST. 

Gagan Narang and Chain Singh have their last risk of securing an award in the Men's 50m Rifle 3 positions. On the off chance that they neglect to qualify, the shooting unforeseen will have no more trusts left. The men's shooting will get in progress at 17:30 hrs IST. 

Dipa Karmakar Rio 2016

Operation Jaisha and Kavita Raut will begin their marathon crusade on Sunday. Them two have had splendid track records at home, yet they would be tried in the Marathon occasion on Sunday. The marathon will begin at 18:00hrs IST. 

Manoj Kumar, who is in the 64kg classification men's boxing occasion, will confront Fazliddin Gaibnazarov of Uzbekistan in the round of 16. He will guarantee India of a decoration with a win in the quarterfinals. 

Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza were left frustrated with their semi-finals misfortune to Serena Williams and Rajiv Ram, on Saturday. In yet another chance at sacking an award, but a bronze one, Mirza-Bopanna will go up against Radek Stepanek and Lucie Hradecka of Czech Republic at 20:30 hrs IST. 

The Indian men's hockey group have had an unsteady battle with guarded inquiries and transformations of punishment corners. From that point, India have had issues making key circle infiltrations to have lesser chances at field objectives. They will need to beat the compelling Belgians in the quarterfinals on Sunday, beginning 21:00 hrs IST, to keep the award prospects going for India.

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