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Rio Olympics 2016: Daily Schedule of Events in IST (08/08/2016)

Sivaramakrishnan S
|Sun Aug 07 2016


Following is the Rio Olympics 2016: Daily Schedule of Events in IST (08/08/2016).

 

Rio Olympics 2016: Daily Schedule of  Indian Events on 8th August

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Time, Event, Indian Participants

5:30 PM, Shooting Men’s 10m air rifle Qualification, Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang

5:56 PM, Archery (Women) Individual Eliminations, Laxmirani Majhi

6:00 PM, Shooting Men’s Trap Qualification, Manavjit Singh Sandhu and Kynan Chenai

7:30 PM, Field Hockey Men, Indian Men’s team

9:32 PM, Swimming Women: 200 m Freestyle, Shivani Kataria

10:04 PM, Men: 200 m Butterfly heats, Sajan Prakash

02:30 IST (9th August), Field Hockey Women, Indian Women’s team

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World Events to watch:

8:06 PM: Men’s Individual Eliminations (Archery): Kim Woo-Jin (South Korea) has broken the previous record total, by getting 700 points out of a possible 720 in the men’s individual ranking event earlier. An average of 9.7 after 72 arrows is incredible. He is definitely the favourite to win gold, but whether he can continue such a good accuracy is a thing to be seen.

10:04 PM: Men’s 200 m butterfly heats: Michael Phelps will be seen in action for the first time in Rio Olympics 2016. He holds the record of highest medals in Olympics, 22 medals and 18 of them are gold.

 

Rio Olympics 2016: Daily Schedule of Events
Abhinav Bindra will be in action tomorrow

Important Pointers:

  • India’s flag bearer Abhinav Bindra will represent the nation tomorrow along with another medal prospect Gagan Narang.
  • Indian Men’s Hockey team will face a sterner test against Germany. India should definitely sort out the issues they had against Ireland and put in a better show.

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Sivaramakrishnan S

Sivaramakrishnan S

I love sports. I’m currently pursuing MBA and despite the rat race that’s going on around me, I still like watching test matches. I'm passionate about Chelsea and CSK.

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