After a record campaign in Tokyo, India’s Olympic Games secretary general says it’s just the beginning

After a record campaign in Tokyo, India's Olympic Games secretary general says it's just the beginning

The Secretary General of the Olympic Games said in a statement on social media IndiaRajeev Mehta says Record campaign in Olympics is just beginning and they will come back strong for the next edition of the Games.

The Secretary General highlighted that he was “heartbroken” in the face of a campaign that London edition left behindWhich so far had made the record of winning the country’s medal.

In Tokyo, the country’s campaign took one gold, two silver and four bronze and The javelin throw was marked with great achievement with Neeraj Chopra, who won the first gold medal since Beijing 2008.

Neeraj also has medal First in the country in athletics since 1900 and the second individual gold medal.

Mehta highlighted the performance of women’s field hockey team and golfer Aditi Ashok, who came fourth Very close to medals in their competitions.

with a delegation out of 126 athletesIndia won two medals in weightlifting, wrestling, boxing, badminton and field hockey and showed a significant improvement compared to the edition of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where it won only one silver and one bronze medal.

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