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Tajinder Pal Toor Says He Competed In Tokyo Olympics, Shot Put Competition With Injured Wrist

Aug 05, 2021 PTI

Toor could only manage one legal throw of 19.99m, in his first attempt, to finish 13th in Group A qualification and 24th overall

Tokyo Olympics: Shot putter Tajinderpal Singh Toor Fails To Qualify For Final

Aug 03, 2021 PTI

Toor, who had qualified for Olympics with a personal best of 21.49m, could only manage one legal throw of 19.99m


Shot-putter Tajinder Singh Toor Qualifies For Tokyo Olympics With Record-breaking Show At Indian Grand Prix

The women's relay team, however, failed to place itself inside the Olympic qualifying bracket despite the record effort of its own

Federation Cup: Avinash Sable, Neeraj Chopra, Tajinderpal Toor Give India Reason To Cheer

Mar 17, 2021 PTI

Javelin thrower Chopra sustained his fine run of form with a massive throw over 87.80m on his final attempt which secured him a new meet record


Indian Shot Putter Navin Chikara Fails Dope Test, Gets Four-Year Ban

Navin Chikara, 23, has been banned for use of a prohibited substance and his four-year suspension starts from July 27, 2018, AIU said

28 September, 2019

Delhi Shot-Putter Parth Lakra Scripts National Record

ANI

Earlier, Parth Lakra had participated in the Open Korea Athletics Meet which was held in July this year where he came at the fourth spot.


16 July, 2019

Deepa Malik Backs Out Of Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, Considers Taking Up Swimming

Outlook Web Bureau

Deepa Malik had won a silver in shot put in 2016 Paralympics, but she revealed that shot put and javelin in her disability category were not a part of the next Paralympics, which will be hosted by Tokyo from August 25, 2020.


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