Tokyo Olympic Games: The Olympic Games will start from today, the Maha Kumbh of the Games. The Indian Olympic Association has announced a cash price of Rs 75 lakh to the Indian players who won the gold medal by winning the 32nd Olympics in Tokyo after a year due to the Corona epidemic. The advisory committee of the Olympic Association has recommended a cash reward of Rs 40 lakh to the silver medalists and Rs 25 lakh to the bronze medalists. Apart from this, it has also been recommended to give 1 lakh rupees to all the Indian players who have gone to participate in the Olympic Games. The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has decided to announce a cash reward to encourage and support the players of the Indian Olympic team. The committee has recommended a grant of Rs 25 lakh to all the National Sports Federations participating in the Olympic Games and Rs 30 lakh to the medal winning federations.
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Players themselves will wear medals due to Corona
11,238 players from 206 countries around the world are participating in this Mahakumbh, in which India has 127 players. 72 male and 55 female players from India are participating in the Olympic Games this time. This time there will be 33 sports in which Indian players will participate in 18 sports. In these games to be held till August 8, this time due to Corona epidemic, there will be no presence of spectators. Even this time the players themselves will have to take out the medal from the medal tray and wear it around their neck.
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India got the most medals in 2012 Olympics
This time the largest contingent from India is going to participate in the Olympic Games. The world’s second largest country by population is far behind in terms of medals in the Olympic Games and has never reached double digits in the medal tally so far. India got the maximum 6 medals in 2012 London Olympics and only 2 medals in 2016 Rio Olympics. In the last Olympics held in 2016, PV Sindhu got silver medal in badminton and Sakshi Malik got bronze medal in wrestling.