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    Check the List Of Indian Olympics Medal Winner here with Safalta. Get to know the performance of India in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. This article has a complete list of all the winners of the Tokyo Olympics

    The Olympic 2020 was special for another reason Indian Hockey Team climbed on the podium after the 1980 Olympics. They bragged the Bronze medal. The spectacular performance by the Indian Olympic contingent is a cause of pride and honour for the entire nation. This article will cover the List Of Indian Olympics Medal Winner 2021, which is often asked in the examination. Recently exams like UPSC and UPPSC had questions based on the Olympics.

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    The candidate should have a fair idea about the Olympics, the performance of Indian Athletes, and the history of the magnificent games. If you are preparing for competitive exams then you can download our General Knowledge Free Ebook  Download Now.

    India has won 35 medals at the Olympics since the 1900 edition.

    India made its first appearance in the Summer Olympics in the year of 1920.

    The recent Olympics i.e the 2020 Summer Olympics are the most successful Games for India since its first regular Olympics appearance in 1920, with Indian Olympians winning 7 medals.

    The Indian Olympic Medal Tally was a mixed bag of Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. With Neeraj Chopra winning the first track Gold Medal for India.

    Though the Tokyo Olympics were held in the year 2021, they are officially referred to as the Olympics 2020.

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    The Olympic 2020 was special for another reason Indian Hockey Team climbed on the podium after the 1980 Olympics. They bragged the Bronze medal. The spectacular performance by the Indian Olympic contingent is a cause of pride and honour for the entire nation. This article will cover the List Of Indian Olympics Medal Winner 2021, which is often asked in the examination. Recently exams like UPSC and UPPSC had questions based on the Olympics. The candidate should have a fair idea about the Olympics, the performance of Indian Athletes, and the history of the magnificent games. If you are preparing for competitive exams then you can download our General Knowledge Free Ebook  Download Now.

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    List Of Indian Olympics Medal Winners 2021

    Knowing the complete list of Indian Olympics Medal Winners is important when you are preparing for a competitive exam. A lot of questions based on this list can be asked in various examinations:

    S.No.AthleteAchievements

    1 Neeraj Chopra

    Gold medal in Men’s Javelin throw

    2 Mirabai Chanu

    Silver medal in women’s 49kg weightlifting

    3 Ravi Kumar Dahiya

    Silver medal in men’s 57kg freestyle wrestling

    4 PV Sindhu

    Bronze medal in women’s singles badminton

    5 Lovlina Borgohain

    Bronze medal in women’s welterweight boxing

    6 Bajrang Punia

    Bronze medal in men’s 65kg freestyle wrestling

    7 Men’s hockey team Bronze medal

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    List Of Gold Medal Winners From India 

    India has won 10 gold medals at the Olympics. The men’s hockey team itself accounts for eight of them. After Abhinav Bindra, Neeraj Chopra is the second individual Olympic champion.

    Year & Venue Medal Captain

    1928 - Amsterdam Gold Jaipal Singh 1932 - Los Angeles Gold Lal Bokhari 1936 - Berlin Gold Dhyanchand 1948 - London Gold Kishan Lal 1952 - Helsinki Gold K.D. Singh 1956 - Melbourne Gold Balbir Singh Sr 1964 - Tokyo Gold Charanjit Singh 1980 - Moscow Gold Vasudevan Bhaskaran 2008-Beijing Gold

    Abhinav Bindra- Shootinng

    2021-Tokyo Gold

    Neeraj Chopra - Javelin throw

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    How many medals has India won in Olympics?

    India has won 35 medals at the Olympics since the 1900 edition. Here’s a brief about each of the Indian Olympic winners.

    A two-medal haul on their debut kick-started India’s campaign at the Olympics. India has since won 35 medals across 24 Olympic Games - including golds, silvers and bronze.

    Here’s a run-through of all the medals India has won at the Olympics:

    Norman Pritchard - silver medal - men’s 200m hurdles - Paris 1900

    India started their maiden Olympic stint with Norman Pritchard at the 1900 Paris Olympics. The first Indian representative in the modern Olympics won the country’s first-ever medal (pre-independence) in the men’s 200m hurdles.

    Norman Pritchard set a then Olympic record 26.8 seconds in the semi-finals. In the final, USA’s Alvin Kraenzlein ran a new Olympic record of 25.4 seconds to win the gold while Norman Pritchard won silver with a timing of 26 seconds.

    Norman Pritchard - silver medal - men’s 200m - Paris 1900

    Norman Pritchard earned a second Olympic medal, winning silver in the men’s 200m sprint at Paris 1900.

    He finished second in the semi-finals to qualify for the final, where Walter Tewksbury of the USA won gold, clocking 22.2 seconds. Norman Pritchard came home in second place to take silver in 22.8 seconds.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Amsterdam 1928

    The Indian hockey team scored 29 goals without reply in five matches to win its first Olympic gold medal. The wizard Dhyan Chand scored 14 goals, including a hat-trick in the final against the Netherlands in the final. This was Indian hockey’s first medal at the Olympics.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Los Angeles 1932

    In a reduced field, the Indian hockey team first beat Japan 11-1. A 10-goal charge from Roop Singh, Dhyan Chand’s younger brother, and eight goals from the wizard himself secured a massive 24-1 win against the USA and ensured a second-consecutive Olympic gold medal.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Berlin 1936

    With Dhyan Chand as captain, the Indian hockey team completed a hat-trick of Olympic golds at Berlin 1936. This time, India scored 38 goals in five matches and only conceded one in the final against Germany as Dhyan Chand’s second hat-trick in Olympic finals took them to an 8-1 victory.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - London 1948

    The first gold medal for India post-independence unsurprisingly came from the Indian hockey team as they regained their position atop the Olympic podium at London 1948. A new star emerged in

    Balbir Singh Sr as India romped to the final with 19 goals in three matches. Balbir Singh’s brace in the final helped India beat hosts Great Britain 4-0 and win a fourth Olympic gold.Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Helsinki 1952

    The Indian hockey team overcame the midnight sun and cold conditions to win their fifth-consecutive Olympic gold medal. Balbir Singh Sr scored nine goals in three matches, including five in the final against the Netherlands - a record for the most goals by an individual in an Olympic men’s hockey final.

    KD Jadhav, bronze medal - men’s bantamweight wrestling - Helsinki 1952

    Wrestler Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav became India’s first individual Olympic medallist with his bronze in the men's freestyle bantamweight category. It was just reward for the hardworking wrestler, who had to run from pillar to post to gather funds for his Olympic trip and proved his mettle on the biggest stage.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Melbourne 1956

    It was six Olympic golds in a row for the Indian hockey team at Melbourne 1956. India did not concede a single goal in the entire tournament and skipper Balbir Singh Sr. played with a fracture in his right hand in the final as India beat neighbours Pakistan 1-0 in the final.

    Indian hockey men’s team, silver medal - Rome 1960

    India’s unparalleled gold streak in hockey came to an end at Rome 1960 as the side lost to Pakistan 1-0 in the final and had to settle for a silver medal.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Tokyo 1964

    The Indian hockey team soon returned to the Olympic summit as they won gold at Tokyo 1964. India recorded four wins and two draws in the group stages and beat Australia in the semis. They faced Pakistan in the final for the third consecutive time and beat them 1-0, courtesy a penalty stroke goal.

    Indian hockey men’s team, bronze medal - Mexico City 1968

    With hockey gaining further prominence in Europe, the Indian hockey team was slowly losing its foothold and the bronze at Mexico 1968 was the first indication. India beat Mexico, Spain and got a walkover against Japan but were beaten 2-1 in the semi-finals by Australia. India defeated West Germany 2-1 to win the bronze medal, finishing outside the top two for the first time at the Olympics.

    Indian hockey men’s team, bronze medal - Munich 1972

    A second-consecutive Olympic bronze medal arrived for the Indian hockey team at Munich 1972. India won four matches and drew two before the semi-finals against Pakistan. The attack on the Israeli team then caused their semi-final to be pushed forward by two days and it affected the team’s rhythm as they lost 2-0 to Pakistan. However, they regrouped to beat the Netherlands 2-1 and clinched bronze.

    Indian hockey men’s team, gold medal - Moscow 1980

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    India at the Olympics

    India at the Olympics

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    NOC Indian Olympic Association

    Website olympic.ind.in

    Medals Ranked 58th Gold 10 Silver 9 Bronze 16 Total 35 Summer appearances

    19001904–1912192019241928193219361948195219561960196419681972197619801984198819921996200020042008201220162020

    Winter appearances

    196419681972–19841988199219941998200220062010201420182022

    Other related appearances

    Independent Olympic Participants (2014)

    India first participated at the Olympic Games in 1900, with a lone athlete Norman Pritchard winning two medals – both silver – in athletics and became the first Asian nation to win an Olympic medal.[1]

    The nation first sent a team to the Summer Olympic Games in 1920 and has participated in every Summer Games since then. India has also competed at several Winter Olympic Games beginning in 1964.

    Indian athletes have won 35 medals, all at the Summer Games. For a period of time, the Indian Men's Field Hockey Team was dominant in Olympic competition, winning eleven medals in twelve Olympics between 1928 and 1980. The run included eight gold medals of which six were won consecutively from 1928 to 1956.[2]

    Contents

    1 History

    1.1 During British Imperial Rule

    1.2 Post-independence

    1.3 Recent history

    2 Olympic Milestones

    3 Indian Contingent at Olympics

    3.1 Participation in Summer Games

    3.2 Participation in Winter Games

    4 Medal tables

    4.1 Medals by Summer Games

    4.2 Medals by Winter Games

    4.3 Medals by Sports

    4.3.1 Summer 5 List of medalists

    6 Multiple Medalists

    6.1 Team Sports

    6.2 Individual Sports

    7 Indian Men's Field Hockey Team at the Summer Olympics

    7.1 Olympic Records 7.2 Medal Table 8 See also 9 References 10 External links

    History

    During British Imperial Rule

    India team that won the gold medal at 1928 Summer Olympics

    Despite being under British rule until 1947, India participated in the Olympic Games separately from the British Olympic Team. India sent its first athlete to the Summer Olympics for the 1900 Games, but an Indian national team did not compete at the Summer Olympics until 1920. Ahead of the 1920 Games, Sir Dorabji Tata and Governor of Bombay George Lloyd helped India secure representation at the International Olympic Committee, enabling it to participate in the Games (see India at the 1920 Olympic Games). India then sent a team to the 1920 Olympics, comprising three athletes, two wrestlers, and managers Sohrab Bhoot and A. H. A. Fyzee. The Indian Olympic movement was then established during the 1920s: some founders of this movement were Dorabji Tata, A.G. Noehren (Madras College of Physical Education), H.C. Buck (Madras College of Physical Education), Moinul Haq (Bihar sports associations), S. Bhoot (Bombay Olympic Association), A.S. Bhagwat (Deccan Gymkhana), and Guru Dutt Sondhi (Punjab Olympic Association); Lt. Col H.L.O. Garrett (from the Government College Lahore and Punjab Olympic Association) and Sagnik Poddar (of St. Stephen's School) helped organise some early national games; and prominent patrons included Maharajas and royal princes such as Bhupinder Singh of Patiala, Ranjitsinhji of Nawanagar, the Maharaja of Kapurthala, and the Maharaja of Burdwan.[3][4][5]

    In 1923, a provisional All India Olympic Committee was formed, and in February 1924, the All India Olympic Games (that later became the National Games of India) were held to select a team for the 1924 Summer Olympics. The Indian delegation at the Paris Olympics comprised seven athletes, seven tennis players and team manager Harry Buck.[6]

    Indian hockey team at 1936 Berlin Olympics

    In 1927, the provisional Indian Olympic Committee formally became the Indian Olympic Association (IOA); its main tasks were to promote the development of sports in India, choose host cities for the national games, and send teams selected from the national games to the Summer Olympics. Thus, at the 1928 national games, it selected seven athletes to represent India at the next Summer Olympics, with Sondhi as manager. By this time, the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) had also been established and it sent a hockey team to the Summer Olympics. The national hockey team was similarly sent to the 1932 Games along with four athletes and one swimmer and 1936 Games with four athletes, three wrestlers, one weight-lifter, along with three officials headed by team manager Sondhi. The Indian field hockey team dominated the Olympics from 1928 to 1936 winning an unprecedented three consecutive titles. In the 1928 Summer Olympics final India defeated Netherlands 3–0. It was a great achievement for the fact, that it was the first gold medal won by any nation from Asia at the modern Olympic Games.[7][8] In 1932 Summer Olympics India defeated United States 24–1, the largest margin of victory in Olympics history.[9] In 1936 Summer Olympics final they defeated Germany 8–1, the largest margin of victory ever in an Olympic final.[10]

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