“See our Indian athletes at the Tokyo Olympics,” Virat Kohli said in a video posted by BCCI On twitter. The video was accompanied by the caption, “#TeamIndia captain @imVkohli is cheering on our athletes at @ Tokyo2020 Let’s join him and # Cheer4India @IndiaSports | @Media_SAI | @WeAreTeamIndia.”
#TeamIndia captain @imVkohli is cheering on our athletes at @ Tokyo2020 👍 👍 Let’s join him and # Cheer4India 🇮🇳 👏 👏… https://t.co/KE4TyNCpPr
– BCCI (@BCCI) 1626593618000
Earlier on Sunday, the Indian badminton contingent headed by PV Sindhu and the Table tennis The team was authorized to travel to Games Village for Tokyo Olympic Games. An 88-member Indian contingent, including 54 athletes, arrived in Tokyo on Sunday for the next Olympics. With 127 athletes, the Tokyo Olympics will be the highest contingent of players in Indian history.
Athletes and support staff from eight disciplines – badminton, archery, hockey, judo, swimming, weightlifting, gymnastics and table tennis – arrived in Tokyo.
The Indian boxing team headed by Amit Panghal Y Mary kom He also arrived in Tokyo on Sunday from Italy. The boxers from India had trained hard for the main event in Italy and left for Tokyo on Saturday.
The men’s boxing side includes number one and Asian Games champion Panghal (52kg), Manish Kaushik (63kg), Vikas Krishan (69kg), Ashish Kumar (75kg) and Satish Kumar (+ 91kg). The women’s team includes Mary Kom (51 kg), Simranjit Kaur (60 kg), Lovlina Borgohain (69 kg) and Pooja Rani (75 kg).
India’s best are ready to take over the world in # Tokio2020! We wish our brilliant athletes the best! The… https://t.co/lmlRK9J3hs
– Anurag Thakur (@ianuragthakur) 1626544060000
The first group of Indian athletes received a formal farewell on Saturday at Indira Gandhi International Airport. The athletes were directed and sent their best wishes by Anurag Thakur, Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, and Nisith Pramanik, Minister of State, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.