Kamalpreet kaur did not disappoint on her Olympic debut, qualifying for the women’s discus for final perfectly with a 64m effort on Saturday in Tokyo.
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Arvind Kejriwal@ArvindKejriwal tweet for #kamalpreetkaur :
What an excellent performance Congratulations to Kamalpreet Kaur for qualifying for Women’s Discus Throw finals in #TokyoOlympics. Wish you all the very best champion. India is proud of you. #Cheer4Indiia
What an excellent performance— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) July 31, 2021
Congratulations to Kamalpreet Kaur for qualifying for Women’s Discus Throw finals in #TokyoOlympics. Wish you all the very best champion. India is proud of you.#Cheer4Indiia pic.twitter.com/G4v9kYo929
Railway ministry of India tweet :
Indian Railways’ player Ms.Kamalpreet Kaur makes it to Women’s Discus Throw Final with a successful attempt of 64.0 m at #Tokyo2020— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) July 31, 2021
Hopeful of a medal from Ms.Kamalpreet Kaur.
We wish her all the best for finals.#Cheer4India pic.twitter.com/Ac4hGwO5TR
Throwing the Discus further than 2 previous Gold Medal #Olympics best #KamalpreetKaur can get India its first medal ever in #Athletics at the #OlympicGames 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽@WeAreTeamIndia pic.twitter.com/09LgyQbk54— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) July 31, 2021
Randeep Hudda is also tweet on tweeter for #kamalpreetkaur
The Punjab athlete, who has not competed in the Asian Games or Commonwealth Games and who has a personal best of 66.59m achieved in June, opened her qualification series with 60.29m. She then produced two big throws, 63.97 and 64m, to finish second overall behind American Valarie Allman (66.42).