mirabai-chanu-won-silver-medal-with-indian-coach-and-other-6-medals-came-with-help-of-foreign-coaches-in-tokyo-olympics-Tokyo Olympics The hands of these 6 foreigners are behind, only Mirabai won silver with the help of indigenous coach
India’s best performance in the history of 121 years at the Tokyo Olympics. In this Olympics, India has so far won the most medals in one Olympics. In this Olympics, India has got 7 medals which include one gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze. Earlier, India had won 6 medals in the 2012 London Olympics. At the same time, the biggest credit for this success of India is going to the foreign coaches. Only Mirabai Chanu’s coach was Swadeshi out of these 7.
Let us tell you that India has got 7 medals in Tokyo Olympics. India has got 6 out of 7 medals due to the success of foreign coaches. In which golden boy Neeraj Chopra, wrestler Ravi Dahiya, Bajrang Punia, shuttler PV Sindhu, boxer Lovlina Borgohain and the name of the Indian men’s hockey team are included. In these events, the Indian team has been able to get medals only with the help of foreign coaches.
Whereas Mirabai Chanu has been coached by indigenous coach Vijay Sharma. Sharma is the only indigenous coach with whose help India has got a medal. Apart from this, all Indian players have got medals with the help of foreign coaches.
Neeraj Chopra’s coach Uwe Hahn (Germany)
With the help of foreign coaches, Indian players have created history in the Tokyo Olympics, the first name comes from Neeraj Chopra’s coach Uwe Hohn. Germany’s Hahn has trained India’s star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra with the help of his compatriot colleague, biochemical expert Dr. Klaus Bartoneitz, and we have seen the result in the Tokyo Olympics.
PV Sindhu’s coach Park Tae Sung (South Korea)
India’s star shuttler PV Sindhu has won her second consecutive Olympic medal by winning a bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics. Sindhu, who came under the coaching of Pullela Gopichand in Rio, with the help of her South Korean coach Park Tae Sang in Tokyo, won the country its second consecutive Olympic medal in badminton.
Ravi Dahiya’s coach Kamal Malikov (Russia)
Indian wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya has given the country the second silver medal of this Olympics. The biggest credit for his success will go to his Russian coach Kamal Malikov. In the initial stage, Dahiya was prepared for wrestling by indigenous coach Satpal Singh.
Bajrang Punia’s coach Shako Bentinidis (Georgia)
Another Indian wrestler Deepak Poonia has also elevated the country’s name in the Tokyo Olympics. They definitely lost in the semi-finals, but by winning the bronze medal match, they also gave the country the fourth bronze in this Olympics. The biggest hand behind his success was his Georgian coach Shako Bentinidis.
Rafael Bergamasco, Hi Performance Director of Lovlina Borgohaene (Italy)
Young boxer Lovlina Borgohain won India another bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics. The credit of his success also goes to a foreign director. Lovlina was trained for the Olympics with a lot of hard work by Rafael Bergamasco, the Hi Performance Director of Italy.
Indian men’s hockey team coach Graham Reid (Australia)
After Neeraj Chopra’s gold medal, the golden moment of Tokyo Olympics was Indian men’s hockey winning an Olympic medal after 41 years. This team has revived the national game in the country. The biggest credit for building this team goes to Australian coach Graham Reid.
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