Sports Current Affairs- July 28, 2021

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Sports Current Affairs- July 28, 2021

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Sports Current Affairs

1-Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh of the men’s lightweight double sculls rowing team did not do well in the Sea Forest Waterway, finishing sixth and last in the semifinals.

2- PV Sindhu of India, the Rio Olympics silver medalist in badminton, advanced to the women’s singles Round of 16 at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Wednesday, defeating world No. 34 Cheung Ngan Yi of Hong Kong 21-9, 21-16 in her last Group J game.

3-The Indian women’s hockey team was defeated by the reigning champions, Great Britain, at the Tokyo Olympics. On July 30 and 31, it will face Ireland and South Africa, respectively.

4- Claudiu Pusa, the head coach of the German Judo team, has received an official warning for the use of a warm-up video. Before her Round of 32 bout in the women’s 63kg division, he was spotted slapping and shaking judoka Martyna Trajdos.

5-Indian archer Pravin Jadhav’s Olympic career came to an end in the second round, as he was defeated 6-0 by Brady Ellison of the United States.

6- A multiplex operator has now declared that it would commemorate Mirabai Chanu’s historic victory by providing her with free tickets to see as many movies as she wants throughout her lifetime.

7-Nandu Natekar, an Indian badminton legend, died on Wednesday in Pune. Natekar, the first Indian badminton player to win an international tournament in 1956, was 88 years old.

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8-Kathleen Ledecky of the United States became the first Olympic gold medalist in the women’s 1500m freestyle when she won in 15:37.34 in Tokyo.

9-Simone Biles, the reigning champion in the all-around event of women’s artistic gymnastics, has withdrawn from the final.

10- Achanta Sharath Kamal, India’s best table tennis player, has said that she does not want to retire anytime soon.

11- Tennis semifinalists Elina, Marketa, and Belinda have been confirmed for the Tokyo Olympics.

12-Ariarne Titmus has established herself as one of Australia’s greatest Olympians by winning a gold medal in the 200m freestyle and a second victory against incumbent champion Katie Ledecky of the United States in Tokyo 2020.

13-Boxer Pooja Rani advances to the Olympic quarterfinals after defeating Algerian Ichrak Chaib 5-0 in the division (69-75 kg)

14-Bhuvneshwar Kumar of India has moved up to 16th place in the ICC T20 rankings.

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15-Mahi Raghav, the Khelo India champion, has advanced to the quarterfinals of the Junior National Boxing Championships.

16-Deepika Kumari, an Indian archer, advances to the Round of 16 after a tight victory at the Tokyo Olympics.

17-Devdutt Padikkal, the first player born in the twenty-first century to play international men’s cricket for India, made his debut in the second T20I against Sri Lanka in Colombo, scoring 29 off 23 balls.

18-Olympic Games in Tokyo: World No. 1 shuttler After losing against South Korea’s world No.38, Kento Momota was surprisingly knocked out of the men’s singles tournament. Kwang-hee Heo 2-0

19-Because to the heat, the times of the Olympic tennis matches have been changed: The International Tennis Federation, a sports governing body (ITF)

20-Slovenia’s Primoz Roglic won gold in the cycling road men’s individual time trial at the Tokyo Olympics.

21-2nd T20I: A depleted India loses by four wickets against Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa Stadium. Sri Lanka is a country in South Asia.


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