Tokyo Olympics Day 3: Full list, schedule of Indians in action on July 25

India’s Olympic campaign started on a positive note, thanks to weight-lifter Mirabai Chanu, who bagged a silver medal in the 49kg category.

Also on Day 3 of the showpiece event, many mouth-watering contests await the Indian sports fans.

While PV Sindhu will begin her Olymoic campaign, the men’s hockey team, which defeated New Zealand 3-2 in their campaign opener, will now be up against Australia at 3 pm on Sunday.

Meanwhile, ace boxer MC Mary Kom and tennis star Sania Mirza will also be seen in action.

Let’s take a look at all the events scheduled for India on Day 3 of the showpiece event:

5:30 – Shooting – Women’s 10m air pistol qualification – Manu Bhaker, Yashaswini Deswal

6:30 – Gymnastics – Women’s all-around qualification – Pranati Nayak

6:30 – Rowing – Men’s lightweight double sculls repechage – Arjun Lal & Arvind Singh

6:30 – Shooting – Men’s skeet qualification – Angad Bajwa, Mairaj Ahmad Khan

7:10 – Badminton – Women singles – P. V. Sindhu vs Ksenia Polikarpova (Israel)

7:45 – Shooting – Women’s 10m air pistol final

8:35 – Sailing – Women’s Laser Radial heats – Nethra Kumanan

9:30 – Shooting – Men’s 10m air rifle qualification – Deepak Kumar, Divyansh Singh Panwar

10:30 – Table tennis – Men’s singles round 2 – G. Sathiyan vs Lam Siu Hang (Hong Kong)

11:05 – Sailing – Men’s Laser heats – Vishnu Saravanan

12:00 – Shooting – Men’s 10m air rifle final

12:00 – Table tennis – Women’s singles round 2 – Manika Batra vs Margaryta Pesotska (Ukraine)

13:30 – Boxing – Women’s flyweight round of 32 – M. C. Mary Kom vs Miguelina Hernandez Garcia (Dominican Republic)

15.00 – Hockey – Men vs Australia

15:06 – Boxing – Men’s lightweight round of 32 – Manish Kaushik vs Luke McCormack (Great Britain)

15:32 – Swimming – Women’s 100m backstroke heats – Maana Patel

15:47 – Swimming – Men’s 200m freestyle heats – Sajan Prakash

16:21 – Swimming – Men’s 100m backstroke heats – Srihari Nataraj

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