India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 | Winners List

India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 | Winners List

The Tokyo Olympics was one of the largest global sporting events that was held in 2021. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic pushing the grand event from 2020 to 2021, the whole world took notice of the athletes that made their entire nation proud with their performances. Some fared better than others and won medals. However, for those that did not finish top 3, we at Zippy Opinion, one of the top paid survey sites in the world, would like to applaud and commend you for the amazing show that you put up. India is proud of you! Just representing the country is something that is extremely worth of celebrating! We’ll only grow from here and you have made a massive footprint in making progress for the country. In fact, this medal tally is the best that India has ever accomplished ever!

In this blog, however, we’ll be addressing all the 7 medal winners from India at the Tokyo Olympics 2020:


Neeraj Chopra – Javelin Throw

Neeraj Chopra, Javelin Throw

The only gold medalist from India and how he made us proud. He stole the show at the Javelin Throw event. But that’s not the only thing he stole. He’s stolen the hearts of many women all across the country with his skills and good looks. A throw that lifted the spirits of a billion people. He beat away competition from the Czech Javelin throwers, who placed 2nd and 3rd for the Javelin throw event. He didn’t just earn praise from Indians, but even from his Pakistani counterpart, who in good sportsmanship, congratulated and wished him the very best.


Mirabai Chanu – Weight Lifting (49 Kg Women)

Mirabai Chanu, Weight Lifting

She cemented her place in Indian Olympics history as she won India its first ever medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Despite not being able to accomplish her goals previously, Mirabai rose to the occasion this time around and opened India’s account at the Tokyo Olympics by lifting a total of 202kg (87kg+115kg). This 26 year old star brought pride to the nation and was the talk of the town. We’ve written more extensively about Mirabai Chanu. Check out the link below to find out more.

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Ravi Kumar Dahiya – Wrestling (57 KG)

Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Wrestling

The man who was sad about getting silver. While the entire nation would’ve been happy even with a bronze medal for him, he went on to clinch the silver medal – which pretty much everyone was elated with! However, Ravi Kumar Dahiya comes from different breed of thought. He was unhappy at getting the silver medal. Simply because he had set his sights on gold and anything less would be a failure. This is the supreme mentality that these amazing athletes set for themselves. His freestyle wrestling silver medal made the entire nation proud. We hope get gets over his ‘loss’ and redeems himself. Kudos to you, sir!


PV Sindhu – Women’s Singles Badminton

PV Sindhu, Women’s Badminton

PV Sindhu isn’t new to winning a medal at the Olympic Games. She is only the first ever Indian female athlete to win more than one medal at the Olympics. Following up from her silver at the Rio Olympics, she made history by adding a bronze medal to her tally to set an Indian record. We at Zippy Opinion (a platform where you get paid for surveys) can only be in awe of how rewarding her medals are for the entire nation! Great going PV Sindhu!

Lovlina Borgohain – Women’s Welterweight Boxing

Lovlina Borgohain, Women’s Boxing

Lovlina Borgohain is only the 3 Indian boxer to win a medal in any Olympic Games after after Vijender Singh (2008) and Mary Kom (2012). With a bronze already in her pocket, she is aiming to strike gold at the Paris Olympics in 2024. Lovlina only makes us love her more as a boxer with her grit and sheer ambition. We’re all fans of this bronze Olympic medalist for India! Eye of the tiger!

Bajarang Punia – Wrestling (65 Kg)

Bajarang Punia, Wrestling

By beating Daulet Niyazbekov 8-0, Bajarang Punia fought his way into the hearts and minds of a country of more than a billion lives! He clinched the bronze medal to match the best tally of medals for India at the Olympics. We only see this getting stronger and better in the days ahead as he says that he wants to fight for gold in 2024. We’re super proud of all our Olympians, winners and participants alike. You’re ALL champions in our eyes for giving it your very best for adding sheen to a nation that will forever be proud of you all!

Indian Hockey Team – Hockey

Indian Hockey Team, Tokyo Olympics

“We are Olympic medalists, Will try to make winning a habit” – These were the words of PR Sreejesh. He believes that this can be the rebirth of a great era for the Indian Hockey Team. This is a champions’ mentality that these men have. As a country, what more could we ask for?! This passion and determination will surely pay off in the long run. Oh, in case we haven’t mentioned already, we’d like to stress on the fact that this bunch of players are Bronze Olympic medalists! You have taken India to great heights! Congratulations!

PS – We know that the entire hockey team gets medals individually. But it counts as 1 in the official Olympics medal tally. If not, then countries would only focus on group or team events rather than individual ones!


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