Kamalpreet Kaur has made it to the finals of this event after finishing second in the qualification round of discus throw today. In this game 3 chances are given to throw the disc.
Kamalpreet Kaur throws disc to the distance of 64m in her third attempt with which she finishes at second place in her group.
A 64m long throw lands Kamalpreet Kaur in the Discus Throw FINAL 🥏— #Tokyo2020 for India (@Tokyo2020hi) July 31, 2021
The #IND becomes the second athlete after #USA's Valarie Allman to qualify 🤩#Tokyo2020 | #UnitedByEmotion | #StrongerTogether | #Athletics
The finals of this event will be played on 2nd August, 2021. We hope that she will bring medal for India and become the first Athlete women to bring medal home.
After she qualifies for the final her fans started giving her best wishes for her future.
60.29 | 63.97 | 64.00— Sportskeeda India (@Sportskeeda) July 31, 2021
India’s national record holder Kamalpreet Kaur is through to the Women’s Discus Throw Final at #Tokyo2020 after finishing second in qualification 🤩💪
📷 SAI#Athletics #TeamIndia #Cheer4India #IND #Olympics pic.twitter.com/Vcnnls60FA
#TokyoOlympics— KJS DHILLON🇮🇳 (@Tiny_Dhillon) July 31, 2021
Well Done Kamalpreet Kaur 👍
You are making India Proud
Jai Hind 🇮🇳
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BIG NEWS! #TeamIndia 's #KamalpreetKaur qualifies for the finals of #DiscusThrow event..— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) July 31, 2021
She finished the qualification with an automatic qualification throw of 64M..
A strong medal contender.. #Tokyo2020 #Athletics
Let us inform you that Kamalpreet Kaur is the national record holder of discus throw. She is the first Indian woman to have breached the 65 m mark.