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PV Sindhu settles for silver at Rio 2016 Olympics

PV Sindhu became the fourth Indian to win a silver at the Olympics after Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Vijay Kumar and wrestler Sushil Kumar.

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P V Sindhu’s gallant attempt to win a coveted gold medal for India ended in heart-break in when she went down fighting against Spain’s Carolina Marin and settled for a silver in the women’s singles badminton competition of the Rio Olympics in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.

The 21-year-old Indian crumbled under the relentless pressure created by Marin to lose 21-19, 12-21, 15-21 in a pulsating final that lasted for an hour and 23 minutes at the Riocentre in Rio de Janeiro.

Sindhu thus became the fourth Indian to win a silver at the Olympics after shooters Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (2004, Athens) and Vijay Kumar (2012, London) and wrestler Sushil Kumar (2012, London).

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The two-time World championship bronze medallist also became the fifth woman player from India to win a medal in Olympics and the first to clinch a silver.
WATCH VIDEO: Keystrokes: Super Sindhu

 

Weightlifter Karnam Malleshwari (2000, Sydney), boxer MC Mary Kom (2012, London), shuttler Saina Nehwal (2012, London) and wrestler Sakshi Malik (Rio, 2016) are the other women players from India to have won a medal in Olympics.

 

First published on: 19-08-2016 at 21:31 IST
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