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featuresports2 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympians - Arvind Singh and Arjun Lal (Rowing)

Kasam Khan and Inderpal Singh jointly became India’s first entry to the Olympics in rowing, at the 2000 Sydney Games, when they qualified for the Men’s Coxless Pair event. Dattu Baban Bhokanal came closest to winning a medal, having finished 13th in Singles Sculls, at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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newssports4 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Proposed camp for Indian rowers in Portugal cancelled

The proposed training tour in Portugal for the men’s lightweight double sculls team has been cancelled owing to the 14-day quarantine period in the European country. The duo of Arvind Jat and Arvind Singh qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics during the Asia/Oceania Continental Qualifying Regatta.
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newssports4 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Four Tokyo-bound athletes included in TOPS core group

Four Tokyo-bound athletes – Arjun Lal Jat (Rowing), Arvind Singh (Rowing), Seema Bisla (Wrestling) and Sumit Malik (Wrestling) - have been included in the core group of the TOPS (Top Olympic Podium Scheme) of the sports ministry. Vinesh Phogat has also been cleared for her European tour.
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newssports4 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Never knew rowing was part of the Olympics until 2016, reveals Arjun Lal Jat

Tokyo-bound Indian rower Arjun Lal Jat revealed that he was not aware that rowers participate at the Olympics, until the 2016 Rio edition. Along with Arvind Singh, the duo qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics in the men’s lightweight double sculls during the qualification event, in Tokyo itself.
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newssports4 months ago

Rowers Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh seal 2021 Tokyo Olympics berth in double sculls

The Indian duo of Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh has qualified for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, in the men’s double sculls category after finishing second at the Asia Oceania Continental Regatta event, in Japan. Only one rower – Dattu Bhokanal represented India in the previous edition of the Games, in Rio.
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