India at Tokyo Olympics:40% of Indian athletes are from Haryana & Punjab

India at Tokyo Olympics: We are 2 days away from the start of the world’s biggest sporting tournament. India has sent its largest contingent ever to the Olympics, with 127 members showcasing their talent at the showpiece event. The Indian athletes will be competing across 18 sports.

Athletes from Haryana and Punjab lead the way for the country at the Olympics. The two states have sent 50 athletes combined to the Tokyo Games, accounting for 40% of the Indian contingent.

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· Shooting
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India at Tokyo Olympics: Haryana and Punjab lead Indian contingent with 40% of Indian athletes

Haryana has 31 athletes in the contingent, nearly 25% of the total.

For Haryana, nine of 19 women hockey players, seven wrestlers (four women, three men), four boxers (three men, one woman), and four shooters (two women, two men) make up most of the numbers.

List of players from Haryana:

Savita Punia (Women’s Hockey)
Udita (Women’s Hockey)
Neha Goyal (Women’s Hockey)
Monika Malik (Women’s Hockey)
Rani Rampal (Women’s Hockey)
Navjot Kaur (Women’s Hockey)
Navneet Kaur (Women’s Hockey)
Nisha (Women’s Hockey)
Sharmila Devi (Women’s Hockey)
Surendra Kumar (Men’s Hockey)
Sumit (Men’s Hockey)
Bajrang Punia (Wrestling)
Deepak Punia (Wrestling)
Vinesh Phogat (Wrestling)
Anshu Malik (Wrestling)
Sonal Malik (Wrestling)
Seema Bisla (Wrestling)
Amit Panghal (Boxing)
Manish Kaushik (Boxing)
Vikas Krishan Yadav (Boxing)
Pooja Rani (Boxing)
Abhishek Verma (Shooting)
Sanjeev Rajput (Shooting)
Manu Bhaker (Shooting)
Yashashwini Singh Deswal (Shooting)
Neeraj Chopra (Athletics)
Sandeep Kumar (Athletics)
Rahul Rohila (Athletics)
Seema Punia (Athletics)

India at Tokyo Olympics: Haryana and Punjab lead Indian contingent with 40% of Indian athletes

List of players from Punjab:

Harmanpreet Singh (Hockey)
Rupinder Pal Singh (Hockey)
Hardik Singh (Hockey)
Manpreet Singh (Hockey)
Shamsher Singh (Hockey)
Dilpreet Singh (Hockey)
Gurjant Singh (Hockey)
Mandeep Singh (Hockey)
Gurjit Kaur (Hockey)
Anjum Moudgil (Shooting)
Angad Veer Singh Bajwa (Shooting)
Simranjit Kaur (Boxing)
Kamalpreet Kaur (Athletics)
Tajinderpal Singh Toor (Athletics)
Gurjeet Singh (Athletics)

Uttar Pradesh is providing 6.3% of the country’s Tokyo Olympics contingent, while Kerala represents 6.3% in the Olympics squad.

Tamil Nadu has five from athletics, three from sailing, two table tennis players, and one from fencing making up the numbers.

Kerala, known for its legacy in athletics, has six in track and field events out of the eight it is sending to Tokyo. One each is in swimming and the men’s hockey team.

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