Rio Olympics 2016: Woman archers Deepika Kumari, Bombayla Devi enter pre-quarters


Rio de Janeiro: Woman archers Laishram Bombayla Devi and Deepika Kumari alongside boxer Manoj Kumarwere the main brilliant spots in a general frustrating day for India at the Rio Olympics, with decoration cheerful Jitu Rai, judoka Avtar Singh and weightlifter Satish Shivalingam slamming out of their individual orders. Bombayla and Deepika progressed into the 1/8 Eliminations round of the ladies' individual arrow based weaponry competion while Manoj paralyzed 2012 London Olympics bronze medallist Evaldas Petrauskas of Lithuania by a split choice in the Round of 32 of the men's Light Welterweight (64kg) classification here on Wednesday.

 Bombayla beat Taipei's Shih-Chia Lin 108-101 by means of 27-24, 27-24, 26-27, 28-26 at the Sambodromo. Prior, she crushed Austria's Laurence Baldauff 105-98 in the 1/32 ends in the ladies' person round match. Deepika additionally showed intensely hot structure, vanquishing the higher positioned Kristine Esebua of Georgia in the 1/32 eliminators before improving of Italy's Guendalina Sartori of Italy in the 1/16 eliminators. Later in the day, Manoj showed great resistance and counter-punching abilities to beat Petrauskas by split choice in the Round of 32 of the men's Light Welterweight (64kg) class at the Riocentrio Pavilion.

Rio Olympics 2016 Live:Indian women’s hockey team lose 6-1 to Australia

Up against the bronze medallist of the 2012 London Olympics, Manoj ruled every one of the three rounds to cut out a 29-28, 29-28, 28-29 decision and development to the pre-quarterfinals. The Indian will next meet Fazluddin Gaiznazarov of Uzbekistan in the Round of 16 on August 14. Gaiznazarov had clobbered Malonga Dzalamou of Congo by RSC (Referee Stopped Contest). Be that as it may, whatever remains of the day's activity conveyed dissatisfaction to India, who keep on searching for their first award in the Games. Shooter Jitu completed twelfth in the 50 meter Pistol capability round, neglecting to achieve the finals that will be contended by eight contenders. Jitu reliably figured out how to hit the dead center on nine events in his pet occasion and his aggregate scores after the six arrangement capability round read 92, 95, 90, 94, 95 and 88 to add up to 554. Be that as it may, a poor 6th round cost him the compartment to the finals.

"I let my nation down. There was twist however I would prefer not to come up with any reasons," a crestfallen Jitu told correspondents. In the same occasion, Prakash Nanjappa never truly looked in the chase with a score of 547 to bow out of the rivalries subsequent to completing 25th. Weightlifter Satish Shivalingam slammed out of the men's 77 kg end round, just figuring out how to lift a sum of 329 kg, which was not near the best lift of 346 kg in his gathering. By think of a poor show was Avtar, who lost to Popole Misenga of the Refugee Olympic Team in judo's 90 Kg disposal Round of 32.

 Avtar, from Punjab, lost by a solitary point taking after the end of five minutes of standard time. The 24-year-old endured two punishment focuses that made it troublesome for him. Misenga, who hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo, affected a shoulder toss on him to seal the triumph. In the interim, in hockey, the Indian ladies' group was outflanked 1-6 by Australia in its third gathering stage match as the resolve sapping crunching rout raised enormous questions over capability for the quarter-finals.

The distinction in class and quality between the two groups was plainly in plain view as World No.3 Australia scored through Kathryn Slattery (fifth moment), Georgina Morgan (ninth), Jane Claxton (35th), Georgina Parker (36th), Jodie Kenny (43rd and 46th). It was world No.13 India's second misfortune in three matches and they are currently 6th in the Pool B standings. They will confront world No.5 United States (Thursday) and world No.2 Argentina (Saturday).

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