India’s women’s rematch team misses qualifying for Olympics after losing to Columbia

World Cup champion Indian women’s rebounding team fell out of Sunday’s Olympic race after losing to lower-ranked Colombia in the final qualifiers. The Indian women archers had the last chance to secure a team quota with their singles women’s quota in Tokyo, but they failed to do so. Deepika Kumari will now be India’s only female athlete in the women’s category at the Tokyo Games. He will represent the country at the third consecutive Olympics. India has already secured the men’s team quota for the 2019 Olympics from the World Championships in Den Bosch, Netherlands.

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The experienced Indian women’s team had to finish in the top three of the 28 teams to enter the Olympics, which came out with a disappointing performance. Two months ago, world number three Deepika, Ankita Bhagat and 19-year-old Komalika Barry won the gold medal at the World Cup stage one in Guatemala City. However, the team failed to win any set here and the Colombians defeated them 6-0.

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Colombian trio Ana Maria Rendon, Valentia Acosta Giraldo and Myra Sepulveda hit two ‘Perfect 10’ goals and set a 55-54 set. Under pressure, the Indian women could only manage 49 points in the second set. The team lost the set by two points. Earlier, India had a good start and Deepika scored a personal score of 674. With this, the team entered the second round by finishing second in qualifying.

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