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How many medals did India won in London Olympics?

This was India’s 2nd most successful Olympics in terms of total medal tally, having won a total of 6 medals (2 silver and 4 bronze), doubling the nation’s previous record (3 medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics).

Which country won the first medal in London Olympics?

The Indian field hockey team defeated the British team to win the country’s first gold medal at the 1948 Summer Olympics. It was the country’s first Olympic gold medal since India became independent.

Have Great Britain ever won the Olympics?

Sir Steve Redgrave is the only British Olympian to win a gold medal in five consecutive Olympic Games, winning his first in 1984 Los Angeles and last in 2000 Sydney.

Great Britain at the Olympics
Medals Ranked 3rd Gold 296 Silver 320 Bronze 332 Total 948
Summer appearances

Who won the 1948 Olympics?

The most individual medals were won by Veikko Huhtanen of Finland, who took three golds, a silver and a bronze in men’s gymnastics.

1948 Summer Olympics.

Host city London, United Kingdom
Events 136 in 17 sports (23 disciplines)
Opening 29 July
Closing 14 August
Opened by King George VI
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Who is the first Indian to win an Olympic medal?

NEW DELHI: It was on this day, 13 years ago, when Abhinav Bindra became the first Indian to win an individual Olympic gold medal. Bindra had achieved the feat during the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 10 metre air rifle shooter was seen at the top of his craft.

Who won the gold medal in 2010 Commonwealth Games?

Medalists

Medal Name Event
Gold Abhinav Bindra Gagan Narang Men’s 10m Air rifle pairs
Gold Anisa Sayyed Rahi Sarnobat Women’s 25m pistol pairs
Gold Ravinder Singh Men’s Greco-Roman 60 kg
Gold Anil Kumar Men’s Greco-Roman 96 kg

How long did London Olympics last?

The London 2012 Games included a four-year Cultural Olympiad. It reached a climax with the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on 27 July 2012, starting a 60-day festival of sport and culture across the UK, as the Olympic and Paralympic spirit crossed the world once again.