Indian Athletes Want to Rise and Shine at the Tokyo Olympics in Japan

The opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics was attended by only a few dignitaries, officials, and players. The excitement and fun that the fans bring were missing. But, the zeal to give outstanding performances and bring home medals flutters in the heart of every athlete. 

The Indian athletes at the Olympics are ready to give their best – representing a country is the highest honour for any individual, including athletes. They want to rise and shine in Japan. The country is already celebrating the first medal; every Indian wants more medals for the Indian squad in Tokyo Olympics 2020

Shooter Anjum Moudgil who makes her debut at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 shared the following with the Olympic Channel, “My coach has given me a structured chart which details out every aspect – when I need to train intensively when I can do light training and also when I can take a break.” 

The preparation for the last few years will help this talented young player rise and shine. 

Amit Panghal, the 24-year-old flyweight from India, has been working on building on power. He has shifted from 49 to 52 kgs category and hopes the training will help snag a win. He has taken the postponement of one year to build his stamina and strength, thus, improving his chances of winning. 

All the players of the team have similar experiences and expectations. Each one is looking to make a mark at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. 

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Reference Resource:

https://olympics.com/en/featured-news/tokyo-olympics-one-year-to-go-sv-sunil-anjum-moudgil-amit-panghal

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