Tokyo Olympics: Discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur ends 6th in rain-interrupted final
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One of India’s greatest Olympians, Anju Bobby George is hoping history can be created at the Tokyo Games on Monday, August 2 as she is backing Kamalpreeet Kaur’s chances to finish on the podium.

Kamalpreet Kaur, who stormed into the spotlight with her national-record setting throw of 66.59m in June, stunned the women’s Discus throw field, becoming only one of the two athletes to seal the automatic qualification mark of 64m last week.

Kamalpreet’s performance in the qualification round has ignited hopes back in the country which has no medals to show for in track and field at the Olympics.

No medal but family proud of Kamalpreet’s achievement

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