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Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

Tokyo Paralympics - Day 12, 5th September - Krishna Nagar wins GOLD - LIVE updates, scores, blog, medal

It's set to be an exciting and bountiful final day of action at the Tokyo Paralympics - catch all the LIVE updates here!

Para badminton stars - Suhas Yathiraj, Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli and Krishna Nagar

Para badminton stars - Suhas Yathiraj, Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli and Krishna Nagar


The Bridge Desk

Updated: 5 Sep 2021 5:19 AM GMT

Welcome to the live blog of The Bridge on Day 12 and the final day of the Tokyo Paralympics!

It's set to be an exciting day at Tokyo with a packed list of badminton and shooting action to keep you busy as a medal shower is guaranteed to make this Sunday another epic one!

Follow all our LIVE Updates here:

Live Updates

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:16 AM GMT


    With that heartbreaking loss, curtains fall on India's campaign at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Undoubtedly the country's best-ever show at the quadrennial event, it was full of highs and lows.

    While the 19 medals, including 5 gold, is certainly a very good number, it is now time to sit back and reflect on whether we do enough for these superstars and disabled people in general in the country. 

    It was fun bringing you all the updates from Tokyo over the past 12 days, and it is surely going to be weird not doing it anymore. Right from the start of the Olympics to the end of the Paralympics, thank you for joining in each and every time! Your love kept us going.

    This was our final LIVE Blog from the Paralympics, SAYONARA!

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:09 AM GMT

    Hard luck for Pramod and Palak

    Though Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli lost in straight games, this was a very closely fought encounter. They were always in the match, but failed to wrap it up under pressure losing 23-21, 21-19 to finish fourth!

    The second fourth-placed finish for India today after Tarun Dhillon lost his SL4 Singles bronze medal match to finish just outside the podium.


  • 5 Sep 2021 5:06 AM GMT


    Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli fail to catch up the Japanese duo this time, as they win the second game 21-19.

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:06 AM GMT


    Japan have one match point at 20-19. Can they close this off?

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:05 AM GMT


    This game is just a carbon copy of the previous one!

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:04 AM GMT

    Pressure on INDIA

    Pressure firmly on Pramod and Palak as they trail by one point at 17-18.

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:03 AM GMT

    Who will handle the nerves better?

    It is 16-16. Japan are just five points away from a potential Paralympics bronze and India just five points away from pushing this into a decider.

    Who will survive?

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:02 AM GMT

    Equalised AGAIN!

    Pramod Bhagat and Palak Kohli are not willing to go down without a fight. They equalise again. This time at 15-15.

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:02 AM GMT

    Japan leads 15-13

    Japan have a two-point cushion at 15-13. It is all down to handling the nerves now.

  • 5 Sep 2021 5:00 AM GMT

    All square

    Much like the first game, there is nothing to separate the two pairs in the second game as well. All square at 13-13.

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