Indian competitors were doing great everywhere throughout the world as they delighted in tremendous accomplishment in the worldwide field over the span of July. Our sportspersons won an incredible 227 medals in only 31 days in nine disciplines – athletics, wrestling, weightlifting, judo, badminton, boxing, table tennis, para-shooting and shooting.
July has been the month of medals for India. Our athletes won 227 medals in 9 disciplines at international events. India bagged medals in Athletics, Wrestling, Judo, TT, Badminton, Shooting, Parashooting, Archery & Weightlifting. @KirenRijiju Congratulates all the medallist.— Kiren Rijiju Office (@RijijuOffice) August 2, 2019
MC Mary Kom packed away gold at the President’s Cup, while Vinesh Phogat likewise rose successful at Yasar Dogu.
Tababi Devi, Mirabai Chanu and Mehuli Ghosh alongside Elavenil Valarivan all ended up as the winner.
Rio Olympics silver medallist, shuttler PV Sindhu completed as the sprinter up at the Indonesia Open. Toxophilite Deepika Kumari won a silver medal at the Tokyo 2020 Archery Test occasion.
Of the 227 medals, the greatest awards (71) were won in games in seven meets spread over the Czech Republic, Poland, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyztan.
The Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships in Samoa in the mean time saw India win 35 medals.
Indian shooters, who have been doing reliably well on the world stage, likewise won 24 medals at the ISSF Junior World held in Suhl, Germany.
The absolute award count for India read – 10 gold, four silver and five bronze. Indian para shooters likewise created a wonderful execution with an absolute medal take of nine awards at the Para Shooting World Cup in Osijek, Croatia with four gold, two silver and three bronze medal. Para shooter Manish Narwal won three out of the nine medals India won.
India additionally sacked six awards in Judo at the Asia-Oceania Cadet Championships in Taipei.
The Indian boxing contingents additionally fared great, with a sum of 21 medals won in three global rivalries. The Indian count remained at nine medals in the President’s Cup in Indonesia (Women’s), eight in Thailand and four in President’s Cup in Kazakhstan (Men’s).
The Indian Wrestlers highlighted second on the rundown of most extreme awards won in one game. They secured 50 medals crosswise over five wrestling occasions in July. The lesser wrestlers made the greatest commitment, winning 18 medals at the Asian Junior Championships in Thailand.
Two medals came in the Oleg Karavaev occasion in Belarus, while seven at the Yasar Dogu Tournament in Turkey. They additionally tasted gigantic accomplishment at the Asian Cadet Championships with a sum of 17 awards. Six medals in the interim were won in the Madrid Grand Prix.
In the interim, India made a decisive victory at the Table Tennis Commonwealth Championships with seven medals.