List Of Medals won by India: Indian Medallists At Tokyo Paralympics
ByFunAsia 07 Sep 2021 08:16 AM 154

India won 19 medals at Tokyo Paralympics. Indian para-competitors delivered some staggering exhibitions in Tokyo to give the country its best decoration pull at the Paralympics. India got done with an aggregate of 19 decorations with five gold, eight silver, and six bronze awards at the Tokyo Paralympics. This was the best-truly appearing for India at the Paralympic Games, bettering its past best of four decorations at the 2016 Rio Games. India had won an aggregate of 12 awards before the beginning of the Tokyo Paralympics, yet the count expanded to 31 because of the splendor of the para-competitors in the Japanese capital.

Shooters Avani Lekhara, who won a gold and bronze, and Singhraj Adhana, who won a silver and bronze, were the top entertainers for India with two decorations each.

Sumit Antil, Manish Narwal, Pramod Bhagat, and Krishna Nagar completed at the highest point of the platform.

Here is the finished rundown of the Indian medallists at the Tokyo Paralympic Games:

Gold Medal Winners:

Avani Lekhara, Women's 10m Air Rifle Shooting Standing SHl

Sumit Antil, Men's Javelin Throw F64

Manish Narwal, P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1

Pramod Bhagat, Badminton Men's Singles SL3

Krishna Nagar, Badminton Men's Singles SH6

Silver Medal Winners:

Bhavinaben Patel, Women's Singles Table Tennis - Class 4

Nishad Kumar, Men's High Jump T47

Devendra Jhajharia, Men's Javelin Throw F46

Yogesh Kathuniya, Men's Discus Throw F56

Singhraj Adhana, P4 Mixed 50m Pistol SH1

Mariyappan Thangavelu, Men's High Jump T63

Praveen Kumar, Men's High Jump T64

Suhas L. Yathiraj, Badminton Men's Singles SL4

Bronze Medal Winners:

Sundar Singh Gurjar, Men's Javelin Throw F46

Singhraj Adhana, Men's 10m Air Pistol Shooting SH1

Sharad Kumar, Men's High Jump T63

Avani Lekhara, Women's 50m Rifle 3 Positions Shooting SH1

Harvinder Singh, Men's Individual Recurve Archery

Manoj Sarkar, Badminton Men's Singles SL3

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