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Tokyo 2020

Athletes who have qualified for the Tokyo Olympics from Rajasthan

Rajasthan has produced few player to represent India at the Olympic and this time its no different. Let's have a look at the athletes from here who will be competing at the Olympics.

Apurvi Chandela
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Apurvi Chandela 

By

Abishek Sadanandam

Updated: 2021-07-02T13:07:32+05:30

A total of 4 athletes from Rajasthan across 3 sports have so far qualified or been named in the final squad by their respective federations for the Tokyo Olympics starting on July 23. Let's have a look at the 4 athletes across 3 sports.

Athletics

Bhawna Jat

Bhawna Jat born on (3 January 1996) is a track athlete who will be representing India in 20 Kilometres Race walking at Tokyo Olympics. The Olympic qualification mark was set at 1hour 31 minutes and she clocked 1hour 29minutes and 54seconds at the National Championsip in Ranchi to qualify for the Olympics.

Shooting

Divyansh Singh Panwar

Divyansh Singh Panwar born on (19 October 2002) is a sports shooter who will be representing India in men's 10m air rifle & 10m air rifle mixed team event at the Tokyo Olympics. In April 2019, he secured an Olympic quota place by winning silver medal in the ISSF World cup in Beijing. The 18-years-old would be pairing up with Elavenil Valarivan in the 10m air rifle mixed team event at the Olympics.


Apurvi Chandela

Apurvi Chandela born on (4 January 1993) is a sports shooter who will be representing India in 10m air rifle at the Tokyo Olympics. She qualified for the Tokyo Olympics after she finished fourth at the 2018 ISSF World Championship in Changwon, South Korea.

Rowing

Arjun Lal Jat

Arjun Lal Jat born on (7 February 1997) will represent India in men's lightweight double sculls event of rowing at the Tokyo Olympics. His partner for this event is Arvind Singh and both qualified for the Olympics in men's lightweight double sculls event after finishing second in the final race of the Asia Continental Qualifying in Tokyo. These two rowers will be the only representation from India at Tokyo Olympics 2021.



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