Brazil Para Badminton International 2022: India Completed with 28 Medals

AWARDS AND SPORTS

At the recently-concluded Brazil Para-Badminton International 2022, in Sao Paulo, India completed with 28 medals - 8 golds, 7 silvers and 13 bronzes. With this medal-winning super performance, since 2015 Indian medal tally reached 485, which includes 148 Gold, 141 Silver & 196 Bronze.

The 8 gold medals were won by the Indian para-badminton players - Nitesh Kumar (SL3 category), Tarun Dhillon (SL4 category), Parul Parmar (SL3 category), Jyoti Verma (SL4 category), Manisha Ramdas (SU5 category), Hardik Makkar-Ruthik Raghupathi (SU5 category), Arwaz Ansari-Deep Ranjan Bisoyee (SL3-SL4 category) and Manisha Ramdas-Mandeep Kaur (SL3-SU5 category).

The 7 silver medals were won by shuttlers Sukant Kadam (SL4 category), Prem Kumar Ale (WH1 category), Mandeep Kaur (SL3 category), Nithya Sre (SH6 category), Palak Kohli-Parul Parmar (SL3-SU5 category) and Chirag Baretha-Mandeep Kaur (SL3-SU5 category) and Tarun Dhillon-Nitesh Kumar (SL3-SL4 category).

In the tournament, the maximum medals were won by Mandeep Kaur (two golds and one silver) and Ammu Mohan (three bronze).

The shuttlers team was coached by coach Gaurav Khanna.

   Important points for the exam:

  • The Para-Badminton International 2022 was recently concluded in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • In the tournament, India completed with 28 medals - 8 golds, 7 silvers, and 13 bronzes.
  • In the tournament, the maximum medals were won by Mandeep Kaur and Ammu Mohan - three medals each. Mandeep Kaur won two golds and one silver medal. Ammu Mohan won three bronze medals.
  • The shuttlers team was coached by coach Gaurav Khanna.
  • With this medal-winning super performance since the 2015 Indian medal tally reached 485.

   Facts to know:

  • The Badminton World Federation (BWF) was established in 1934.
  • Headquarters of BWF: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Total members of BWF: 194.
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