If one is to consider this report, India may have a windfall of Medals at Tokyo 2010. Gracenote Sports activities, which provides statistical evaluation for sports activities leagues all over the world, has predicted India will win 14 medals on the Tokyo Olympics subsequent 12 months. With precisely a 12 months to go to the quadrennial extravaganza, if the Tokyo Olympics had been to infact begin as we speak, India would end 21st within the digital medal desk with 1 gold, 5 silver and eight bronze to its kitty.
India gained two medals at Rio Olympics in 2016.
If it had been to be the case, it might be a big leap from India’s eventual medal tally at Rio Olympics in 2016 the place PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik had been the one medallists. Apparently, for the 2016 Olympics, Gracenote had predicted India’s medal rely to be 5 – a gold and 4 bronze. In actuality, PV Sindhu gained silver and Sakshi gained a bronze medal.
Hosts Japan are predicted to win round 67 medals on the 2020 Olympic Video games in Tokyo, a rise of 63% on the nation’s document complete of 41 at Rio 2016. Traditionally, each Summer time Olympics host nation on this century has elevated its medal rely over the earlier occasion.
The most important leap by a bunch nation this century was China’s 59% enhance at Beijing (2008) after they gained 100 medals, 37 greater than the 63 they claimed in Athens. As per the Gracenote projection, Japan will enhance on that and document the largest proportional medal enchancment by the hosts since Spain elevated their medal rely from 4 in 1988 to 22 at Barcelona 1992 (+450%).
On the prime of the ladder, United States are anticipated to win probably the most medals in Tokyo. This may make it the seventh successive Summer time Video games throughout which the US staff would have topped the medal tally. With projection of 126 medals, USA can be enhancing their medal rely by two from Rio Olympics.
China is picked to complete second with 38 gold and 81 total. The subsequent seven nations, after USA, China and Japan, ranked so as of total medals are Russia (65), Britain (43), Australia (43), France (41), Germany (38), Netherlands (34), and Italy (32).
The Tokyo Olympics open on 24 July 2020.