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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHOOTTY View Post
    Ok........good.

    India kku ethra medal kittum..............any prediction?
    3-5................
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    Quote Originally Posted by ballu View Post
    3-5................
    shoooting, gusthi, badminton.........aanu chance.

    chilappo..........tennis, boxing and hockey koode aayaal good.

    atheletics no chance. archery india always olympics ethiyaal poor performance aanu.

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    My Prediction.........Indian chance

    1. Sania nehwal - badminton
    2. mixed doubles / mens doubles - Tennis
    3. Jithu rai - shootting
    4. Shiv thappa / vikas krishna- boxing
    5. Narsingh yadav / yogeshwar duth - gusthi
    6. Mens Hockey team.

    Outside chance:

    Ranjith maheshwary - tripple jump
    Deepika kumari - Archery
    Abhinav bindra - Shooting
    Badminton team event
    Last edited by ACHOOTTY; 08-05-2016 at 05:59 PM.

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    JITHU RAI - SHOOTING

    Jitu Rai is participating in the 50m pistol and 10m air pistol events in Rio. Jitu is the reigning 50m air pistol champion at the ISSF World Cup. He is currently ranked third in the world in both his categories. The 29-year-old shooter has won two gold, three silver and one bronze medals in the World Cups, and gold in Commonwealth and Asian Games. He is one of India's biggest hopes to clinch a gold in the next two weeks. The Army man has been focused ahead of the Olympic Games and added the silver in ISSF World Cup in Baku last month to his medal tally.

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    SAINA NEHWAL - BADMINTON

    The Indian ace shuttler bagged a bronze medal four years ago in London and is aiming to repeat her heroics in the Brazilian city. Currently ranked fifth in the world, Saina recently won the Australia Open Super Series. If she can perform to her full potential and maintain her fitness and energy levels, she has a good chance of becoming India's first female individual Olympic gold medallist. But, she will need to overcome her nemesis in Spain's Carolina Marin, Tai Tzu-ying of Chinese Taipei, and China's Li Xuerui to get there.

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    SANIA MIRZA AND ROHAN BOPPANNA - TENNIS MIXED DOUBLES

    With a combined ranking of 11, Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna clinched qualification for the mixed doubles tennis event back in June. Sania, the top-ranked player in women's doubles and Rohan, currently ranked 15th in the men's doubles, are the brightest medal prospect for India in tennis. They have perfect game styles to match each other’s abilities, they have great personal chemistry on the court and most importantly, they have won practically every time they have stepped on to a court to play. While they will face some of the best in the sport at Rio, both Sania and Rohan together have the potential to beat the big names and grab a medal.

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    YOGESHWAR DUTT - WRESTLING

    Yogeshwar Dutt won a bronze medal in the London Olympic Games in the 60kg Freestyle Wrestling category. Four years later, he's back at the Olympics, but will be competing in the 65kg category this time around. And that's not all that has changed. Recently, multiple injuries have effectively kept him out of competition. But his will and desire to succeed at the highest level is still driving the Olympian at the age of 34. Looking fitter than ever, Yogeshwar has undergone a lot of training, changed his diet and taken steps to maintain his power and stamina ahead of the Rio Olympics. With a rejuvenated fitness regime, he goes into the Games with a lot of confidence and belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACHOOTTY View Post
    Ok........good.

    India kku ethra medal kittum..............any prediction?
    badmintonil onnu...saina most probably....shootingil jitu rai...hopefully a gold...shiva thapa in boxing....ithrayum urappikaam ennu thonunnu...ego and politics ullond tennisil kittaan saadhyatha kuravaanu...wrestlingile doping issue okke kazhinju yogeshwar enthelum eduthaal kidilam aavum...athleticsil tintu finalil ethiyaal bhagyam...boxing and shooting vere 1-2 medals kittaam....

    archery avide ethumbo gas pokum...pakshe pandokke wait lifting pratheeksha udaavaarund...ippravishyam athum illa...
    H in Narendra Modi is for Honesty

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    VIKAS KRISHAN - BOXING

    Vikas Krishan, ranked sixth in the world, is a World Championship bronze-medallist. Participating in the 75kg middleweight category, Vikas is looking to win a medal in his Olympic swansong. At the 2012 Olympics, the Indian boxer had a heartbreaking upset in the pre-quarterfinals, when the jury overturned the verdict citing nine holding fouls. He is determined to put the demons of London behind and has been training at "unearthly hours" in the run-up to the Games. Not even the politics behind de-recognition of the Indian Boxing Federation by International Boxing Association (AIBA) has managed to stop him. Vikas had recently changed his weight class from lightweight to middleweight, and believes he will be swifter than other boxers in this category in Rio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baadshahmian View Post
    badmintonil onnu...saina most probably....shootingil jitu rai...hopefully a gold...shiva thapa in boxing....ithrayum urappikaam ennu thonunnu...ego and politics ullond tennisil kittaan saadhyatha kuravaanu...wrestlingile doping issue okke kazhinju yogeshwar enthelum eduthaal kidilam aavum...athleticsil tintu finalil ethiyaal bhagyam...boxing and shooting vere 1-2 medals kittaam....

    archery avide ethumbo gas pokum...pakshe pandokke wait lifting pratheeksha udaavaarund...ippravishyam athum illa...
    RENJITH MAHESHWARY ...........ee seasonil world ile 6th best aanu.............tripple jump. bagyam undel.........?

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