India's Olympics Match Today: 30th July 2012

Olympics Matches to Watch Today(Monday), 30th July 2012
Shooting: Beijing Olympics gold medalist Abhinav Bindra along with Gagan Narang will be in action competing for gold in the 10m air rifle event at the Royal Artillery Barracks.
Qualifying round at 1:30 PM onwards.Final Round at 4:45 PM onwards. 

Boxing: Sumit Sangwan (81kg) Vs Brazil's Sao Mateus in round 32 at 7:00 PM.
Sumit Sangwan loses in round 32

Field Hockey: Indian hockey team will play their first match of the tournament against The Netherland at 8:30 PM(IST) on DD Sports and Star Sports. 
India lost by 3-2

Badminton: Saina Nehwal’s next challenge is to face Tan Lianne on Monday at 11:00 PM (Indian Time).
Saina Nehwal wins, Reaches in top 16

Archery: Archers Bombayla Devi will be competing in individual events.
Bombayla Devi loses in individual event

London Olympics Live on DD Sports and Star Sports in India.

20 comments:

  1. thanks for the details

    ReplyDelete
  2. bindra's match is at wat time

    ReplyDelete
  3. can u tell these matches will be held at what timings....pls and also in which channel we can see

    ReplyDelete
  4. abhinav must win this game

    ReplyDelete
  5. abhinav bindra n gagan narang must win medal 4 our contry !!!!!!!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Abhinav Binda and Gagan Narag are fighting for Same of 10 M Air Rifle... Hope one will win.

      Delete
  6. what is the time of Indian achery individuals..

    ReplyDelete
  7. abhinav is down
    narang goes up

    ReplyDelete
  8. Best of luck.Our lovely indians

    ReplyDelete
  9. C'Mon Team India,Show the Indian Hockey Game to the World.
    Hit it and Win it.

    ReplyDelete
  10. thank u so much for the details

    ReplyDelete
  11. Please!!!tell abhinav bindra out of olympic

    ReplyDelete
  12. yes bindra out n narang won bronze in 10m

    ReplyDelete
  13. all d events can b seen in dd sports

    ReplyDelete
  14. while indian shooters were firing in the qualifying round dd sports was broadcasting irrelevant events. It was their indifference to indian spectators. I was waiting since morning but missed it.

    ReplyDelete