Rio 2016: PV Sindhu creates history, first Indian woman to win silver medal at Olympics


PV SINDHU was the first woman in India to win an Olympic silver medal on Friday to create the story and draw a whole country on its lackluster games with a superb screen talent, strength and grace.

saw a nation, its billion hearts beat as world champion Carolina Marin Spain pushed to the edge after the world facing the biggest final piece of every four years for women badminton to build the expectancy of 21 years for the Indians.
For 12 years the flag on the podium – used questions submitted both talent and wipe the tears – that was something different from China. And shock at the Olympic summit in the ring not two best women could have led.
At the end of Marin left the pavilion stunned with their 19-21, 21-12, 21-15 victory over the Indians in 83 minutes.

In fact, it is a remarkable achievement for the 21-year-old Shuttler in his first Olympic Games, coming in as it does with five straight wins, the last two who came into the world No. 2 and No. 5, respectively. On the biggest day of his career Sindhu stopped fighting and never won the biggest prize in the history of Indian Badminton – Olympic silver march past in London four years ago Bronze Saina Nehwal is.