India’s Kamalpreet Kaur did not win a medal in the discus throw on the 11th day of the Tokyo Olympics and her best score was 63.70 after six rounds in the final and she finished sixth. Kamalpreet fouled in 2 out of 5 rounds. He threw 61.62 meters in the first round and 63.70 meters in the third round. In the fifth round, Kamalpreet bowled 61.37 square feet. Women’s Discus Throw USA’s Alman Valerie won the gold medal with 68.98 square throw.
Germany’s Christine Pudenge finished second with a throw of 66.86 square feet. Cuba’s Yaime Perez also won a bronze medal with a distance of 65.72 meters. The Bottom-4 athlete is eliminated after the first 3 attempts of this event. This is followed by the remaining 8 athletes 3 and attempts. The best of each athlete’s 6 attempts will be counted. Medals were awarded on this basis.
On this occasion Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh tweeted that Kamalpreet Kaur’s great effort! Even if you don’t win a medal, we are confident that you will be stronger and more resilient than your experience in the Olympics. I wish you all a very successful future. You are our champion athlete. Keep it up! It was Kamalpreet Kaur’s first Olympics but in her very first Olympics, she proved to be the most successful Indian discus thrower by winning medals.
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