Bajrang Punia won bronze on his Olympic debut in Tokyo

Bajrang Punia, his coach, and his father were carried on people’s shoulders. As he arrived at the New Delhi air terminal from Tokyo. Where he won the bronze medal on his Olympic debut.

Wrestler Bajrang was lifted on people’s shoulders. Amid a festival gathering at the New Delhi airplane terminal. On Monday as he arrived from the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Bajrang, who won bronze on their Olympic debut in Tokyo. He said amid the celebrations that he will be looking to work. On his drawbacks to induce distant a stronger result in the following time.

Bajrang Punia won bronze on his Olympic debut in Tokyo

Bajrang Punia

“It feels so good, of course, I feel very happy, so much love is being show on us by the people. Will be working hard a lot. Whatever weaknesses are there we will be working on it,” said Bajrang.

Bajrang, his Georgian coach Emzarios “Shako” Bentinidis. They were carry on the shoulders of individuals. As soon as they got out of the airplane terminal.

India’s medalists from the Tokyo Olympics campaign. They were given a festive gathering in New Delhi. Also, they made their way out of the airport on Monday afternoon.

Bajrang Punia won bronze on his Olympic debut in Tokyo

Neeraj Chopra

The Tokyo Olympics Javelin star and gold medal winner. Neeraj Chopra was one of the first competitors to come out and was instantly mobb. By hundreds of fans. Neeraj was really struggling to go through. The swarm as everybody needed to capture a glimpse of the javelin gold winner.

Thousands of fans held up outside the airplane terminal. To make a welcome in the Indian athletes. Wrestler Ravi and Bajrang, boxer Lovlina, and the men’s hockey group arrived from Tokyo.

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