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More than 25 players from five big games will enter the qualification event; so far we have got 44 quota in 7 games

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More than 25 players from five big games will enter the qualification event; so far we have got 44 quota in 7 games World Daily News24 - English

More than 25 players from five big games will enter the qualification event; so far we have got 44 quota in 7 games World Daily News24 - English

The events have started once again after Corona. There are less than 200 days left for the start of the Tokyo Olympics. Olympic qualification events will take place in the next 6 months. So far India has got 44 quota in 7 games. India sent a team of 117 players to Rio. The biggest eye will be on the five big games. Former medalist PV Sindhu is also yet to qualify.

Archery Deepika has qualified in the men’s recurve team, women’s. The women’s recurve team will have a chance to win the quota from the tournament to be held in Paris from 18 to 21 June. Opportunity to Bombayla Devi, Madhu.

Athletics– 9 players have qualified. Indian Grand Prix in February, Federation Cup in March and Inter State Championship in June. There will also be a chance to win the quota from the Asian Championship in May.

Badminton Ranking meets in badminton. In singles, the top-16 players qualify. But there should be only two players from one country. Indus and Praneeth decide to qualify. 17 events for Saina, Srikanth, Pranay.

Boxing– 9 players have qualified. Gaurav Solanki (57 kg), Sachin Kumar (81 kg), Naman Tanwar (91 kg) and Sakshi (57 kg) can get tickets from the World Qualifiers to be held in June.

Wrestling 4 have qualified. Kyrgyzstan is scheduled to have Asian qualification and world qualification in April. Medalists like Sushil Kumar, Sakshi Malik, Sonam Malik and Pooja Dhanda will have a chance.

Other Sports Deepa Karmakar in gymnastics, Bhavani Devi in ​​fencing, Srihari Natraj in swimming, Sajan Prakash and Veeradhawal Khade, Sathiyan in table tennis, Achanta Sharat Kamal, Manika Batra and Mirabai Chanu in weightlifting – Jeremy Lalrinunaga.

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