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Tokyo Olympics: First batch of Indian athletes reach Tokyo

First Published: 18th July, 2021 13:49 IST

The 88-member team of Indian contingent including 54 athletes arrived in Tokyo on Sunday for the Tokyo Olympics scheduled from July 23. Athletes and support staff including Badminton, Archery, Hockey,

The 88-member team of Indian contingent including 54 athletes arrived in Tokyo on Sunday for the Tokyo Olympics scheduled from July 23.

Athletes and support staff including Badminton, Archery, Hockey, Judo, Swimming, Weightlifting, Gymnasium and Table Tennis have arrived in Tokyo.

Here we go @WeAreTeamIndia !  • Send off given to the 88 member strong Indian Olympics contingent,” Tweeted Anurag Thakur, Union Minister I&B and Youth Affairs & Sports.

 

 

It is to be mentioned that the Tokyo Olympics will begin on July 23 and the Games will run up to August 8 this year. The event was slated to be held last year, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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