Tokyo Olympic: Arjun-Arvind reach semifinals of sailing lightweight double skulls

Tokyo: India's Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh made it to the semifinals of the Tokyo Olympics, finishing third in the repechage round of the men's sailing lightweight double scale event. The Indian duo clocked 6:51.36. Tell all of you that Arjun was in the role of Boer and Arvind Stroker.

The pair, who were fourth for the opening 1000 m, later picked up the pace and then finished third. In fact, the Indian pair, who had landed in the second heat last Saturday, clocked 6:40.33 in the six-team event but still could not make it to the semi-finals. The same repechage round gives teams another chance to make it to the quarterfinals, semi-finals, or finals.

Three of the six teams advanced to the semifinals and the other three in the qualification round. Also tell you that in the sailing lightweight double scales class, two players are in a boat and use two paddles each. During this time, the maximum weight of each male participant should be 72.5 kg and the average weight should be 70 kg. talking about the women's category, it should weigh 59 kg and average 57 kg.

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