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India Paralympics, Tokyo Paralympics 2021

India Paralympics:- (Tokyo Paralympics 2021) India made its Summer Paralympic debut at the 1968 Games, contended again in 1972, and afterward was missing until the 1984 Games. The nation has taken part in each version of the Summer games from that point forward. It has never taken part in the Winter Paralympic Games.

India’s first decoration in the Paralympics came in the 1972 Games, with Murlikant Petkar winning a gold award in swimming. India completed 25th out of the 42 taking part countries, India’s best at any point finish yet. 

History (India Paralympics

Tokyo Paralympics 2021:– India’s first award, and furthermore the primary individual gold decoration, was dominated in the 1972 Games when Murlikant Petkar swam the 50 meter free-form in a world record season of 37.331 seconds. India completed at 25th position in those games. In 1984, Joginder Singh Bedi won silver at the Men’s Shot Put and followed it up with a couple of bronze-winning exhibitions in the Discus and Javelin tosses. Consequently, Joginder turned into the first multi-medallist Paralympians from India. Bhimrao Kesarkar likewise won a silver decoration in Javelin in the 1984 Games. India completed 37th out of the 54 partaking nations.

India kept on taking part in each Paralympic Games from that point, however, neglected to have an effect until the 2004 Games when Devendra Jhajharia, lance hurler, won gold and Rajinder Singh won bronze for powerlifting in the 56-kg class. India completed 53rd out of the 136 taking part countries. 
The 2020 Games saw India’s best-ever award pull with an aggregate of 15 decorations (3 Gold, 7 Silver, and 5 Bronze). This outcome was superior to the decoration take of 12 awards of all past Paralympics appearances consolidated. The games likewise had India’s best ever interest yet with 54 competitors (40 men, 14 ladies) across nine games. 
Avani Lekhara Shooter won two awards – gold in 10m Air Rifle SH1 and bronze in 50m Rifle 3 Positions SH1, in the 2020 Games. Accordingly, she turned into the primary Indian lady to win a singular gold decoration and first lady multi-medalist.
Shooter Singhraj Adhana won two decorations – silver in Mixed 50m gun SH1 classification and bronze in Men’s 10m air rifle SH1 classification, in the 2020 Games. 
In the 2020 Games, Vinod Kumar at first secured a bronze award in the men’s plate toss F52 class occasion. In any case, different contenders brought up issues about his inability, and were consequently assigned as “Arrangement not Completed”. His presentation was excluded, bringing about the deficiency of his medal.
 
 

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Medals (Tokyo Paralympics 2021)

Medals by Summer Games

 

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Italy 1960 Rome Did Not Participate
Japan 1964 Tokyo
Israel 1968 Tel Aviv 10 0 0 0 0
Germany 1972 Heidelberg 10 1 0 0 1 25
Canada 1976 Toronto Did Not Participate
Netherlands 1980 Arnhem
United Kingdom/United States 1984 Stoke Mandeville/New York 5 0 2 2 4 37
South Korea 1988 Seoul 2 0 0 0 0
Spain 1992 Barcelona 9 0 0 0 0
United States 1996 Atlanta 9 0 0 0 0
Australia 2000 Sydney 4 0 0 0 0
Greece 2004 Athens 12 1 0 1 2 53
China 2008 Beijing 5 0 0 0 0
United Kingdom 2012 London 10 0 1 0 1 67
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro 19 2 1 1 4 43
Japan 2020 Tokyo 54 3 7 5 15 35
Total 7 11 9 27 68
 

Medals by Summer Sport

 

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
Athletics pictogram (Paralympics).svg Athletics 4 9 5 18
Shooting pictogram (Paralympics).svg Shooting 2 1 2 5
Swimming pictogram (Paralympics).svg Swimming 1 0 0 1
Table tennis pictogram (Paralympics).svg Table tennis 0 1 0 1
Archery pictogram (Paralympics).svg Archery 0 0 1 1
Powerlifting pictogram (Paralympics).svg Powerlifting 0 0 1 1
Total 7 11 9 27
 

Medals by Winter Games

 

Games Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
Total 0 0 0 0

Medals by Winter Sport

 

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
Total 0 0 0 0

 

Medalists

Medal Name/Team Games Sport Event
Gold Gold Murlikant Petkar Germany 1972 Heidelberg SwimmingSwimming Men’s 50m Freestyle 3
Silver Silver Bhimrao Kesarkar United Kingdom / United States 1984 Stoke Mandeville/New York AthleticsAthletics Men’s Javelin L6
Silver Silver Joginder Singh Bedi AthleticsAthletics Men’s Shot Put L6
Bronze Bronze Joginder Singh Bedi AthleticsAthletics Men’s Javelin L6
Bronze Bronze Joginder Singh Bedi AthleticsAthletics Men’s Discus Throw L6
Gold Gold Devendra Jhajharia Greece 2004 Athens AthleticsAthletics Men’s Javelin F44/46
Bronze Bronze Rajinder Singh Rahelu PowerliftingPowerlifting Men’s 56 kg
Silver Silver Girisha Nagarajegowda United Kingdom 2012 London AthleticsAthletics Men’s High Jump F42
Gold Gold Mariyappan Thangavelu Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro AthleticsAthletics Men’s High Jump F42
Gold Gold Devendra Jhajharia AthleticsAthletics Men’s Javelin Throw F46
Silver Silver Deepa Malik AthleticsAthletics Women’s Shot Put F53
Bronze Bronze Varun Singh Bhati AthleticsAthletics Men’s High Jump F42
Gold Gold Avani Lekhara Japan 2020 Tokyo Shooting Shooting Women’s 10m Air Rifle SH1
Gold Gold Sumit Antil Athletics Athletics Men’s Javelin Throw F64
Gold Gold Manish Narwal Shooting Shooting Men’s 50m Pistol SH1
Silver Silver Bhavina Patel Table tennis pictogram (Paralympics).svg Table Tennis Women’s Singles C4
Silver Silver Nishad Kumar Athletics Athletics Men’s High Jump T47
Silver Silver Yogesh Kathuniya Athletics Athletics Men’s Discus Throw F56
Silver Silver Devendra Jhajharia Athletics Athletics Men’s Javelin Throw F46
Silver Silver Mariyappan Thangavelu Athletics Athletics Men’s High Jump T63
Silver Silver Praveen Kumar Athletics Athletics Men’s High Jump T64
Silver Silver Singhraj Adhana Shooting Shooting Men’s 50m Pistol SH1
Bronze Bronze Sundar Singh Gurjar Athletics Athletics Men’s Javelin Throw F46
Bronze Bronze Singhraj Adhana Shooting Shooting Men’s 10m Air Pistol SH1
Bronze Bronze Sharad Kumar Athletics Athletics Men’s High Jump T63
Bronze Bronze Avani Lekhara Shooting Shooting Women’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions SH1
Bronze Bronze Harvinder Singh Archery Archery Men’s Individual Recurve Open

Multiple Medalists

 

Athlete Games Sport Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze Total
Devendra Jhajharia Greece 2004 Athens
Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro
Japan 2020 Tokyo
Athletics Athletics 2 1 0 3
Mariyappan Thangavelu Brazil 2016 Rio de Janeiro
Japan 2020 Tokyo
Atletics Athletics 1 1 0 2
Avani Lekhara Japan 2020 Tokyo Shooting Shooting 1 0 1 2
Joginder Singh Bedi United Kingdom / United States 1984 Stoke Mandeville/New York Athletics Athletics 0 1 2 3
Singaraja Adhana Japan 2020 Tokyo Shooting Shooting 0 1 1 2

 

2012 Games Village Controversy 

During the 2012 Summer Paralympics, it was accounted for that mentors and escorts of the Indian Team were denied convenience in the Games Village in light of the fact that their licenses were being utilized by authorities of the Paralympic Committee of India. The Team’s 10 competitors were to be helped by six mentors and five escorts, yet just two escorts were given passes; Paralympic Committee General Secretary Ratan Singh affirmed that he had brought his child, that the Committee president had brought his significant other, and the financial officer had brought his better half and daughter.