Khelo India Youth Games 2023 Medal Tally

Khelo India Youth Games 2023 medal tally –

KIYG medal winners

Rank State Gold medals Silver medals Bronze medals Total medals
1 Maharashtra 56 55 50 161
2 Haryana 41 32 55 128
3 Madhya Pradesh 39 30 27 96
4 Rajasthan 19 10 19 48
5 Delhi 16 22 26 64
6 Kerala 15 12 19 46
7 Manipur 13 9 12 34
8 Tamil Nadu 12 19 21 52
9 Odisha 11 8 11 30
10 Punjab 11 7 15 33
11 West Bengal 10 13 14 37
12 Karnataka 9 24 21 54
13 Telangana 7 6 12 25
14 Uttar Pradesh 6 14 16 36
15 Gujarat 5 8 7 20
16 Chandigarh 5 1 11 17
17 Andhra Pradesh 3 2 5 10
17 Arunacal Pradesh 3 2 5 10
19 Jharkhand 3 1 3 7
20 Jammu and Kashmir 2 5 4 11
21 Assam 2 3 2 7
22 Chhatisgarh 2 2 8 12
23 Uttarakhand 2 1 4 7
24 Bihar 1 1 5 7
25 Puducherry 1 1 2
26 Sikkim 1 1 2
27 Himachal Pradesh 4 4 8
28 Meghalaya 1 1 2
28 Mizoram 1 1 2
30 Lakshadweep 1 1
31 Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu 1 1
31 Goa 1 1
31 Nagaland 1 1
31 Tripura 1 1
Andaman and Nicobar Islands

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Where is khelo India 2023 held in Lucknow?

The 10-day multi-sport event will be held in Lucknow, Varanasi, Greater Noida and Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh. Shooting events will be held in Delhi. Watch KIUG 2023 live! (Picture by Sports Authority of India (SAI)) The Khelo India University Games 2023 is scheduled to start on May 25 with four cities across the state of Uttar Pradesh will host the multi-sport event. The 10-day-long KIUG 2023, which will conclude on June 3, will be held in Lucknow, Varanasi, Greater Noida and Gorakhpur.

The shooting events, though, will be organised in New Delhi. The opening ceremony will be in Lucknow on May 25 while the closing ceremony will be held in Varanasi. Sporting events started on May 23 with kabaddi, KIUG is part of the Indian government’s Khelo India initiative, which is focused towards promoting grassroots sports and identifying young talents from all across the country.

The third edition of the Khelo India University Games will feature around 4,000 athletes from some 200 Universities from across the country. All athletes will be in the under-27 category and will vie for medals in 21 sports. Rowing is making its KIUG debut.

Tokyo Olympians Manu Bhaker and Aishwary Pratap Tomar are scheduled to compete at KIUG 2023. ISSF World Cup gold medallists Sarabjot Singh and Vijayveer Sidhu will also participate. Table tennis player Diya Chitale, shuttler Malvika Bansod and wrestlers Anshu Malik and Sagar Jaglan will also be in action.

The Babu Banarasi Das University in Lucknow will be converted into a Sports Village for the duration of the Khelo India University Games 2023. Panjab University were the inaugural KIUG winners in 2020 while Jain University are the defending champions, having won the last edition in 2021 held in Bengaluru.

What is the Winter Games 2023 in India?

Khelo India Winter Games 2023: Jammu and Kashmir win third title The Khelo India Winter Games 2023, the third edition of the tournament under the Indian government’s initiative, concluded in Gulmarg on Tuesday. Hosts Jammu and Kashmir, who won the first two editions, successfully defended their title, winning 26 golds, 25 silvers and 25 bronze medals.

At the 2021 edition, also held jointly by Leh and Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir finished with 11 gold, 18 silver and five bronze for a total medals tally of 34.Maharashtra, with 13 gold, eight silver and six bronze, finished as the runner ups while Himachal Pradesh won 10 golds, 14 silvers and seven bronze to claim the third spot.The Army team came in fourth with 10 golds, 10 silvers and nine bronze medals.Over 2,000 athletes, representing 32 teams, including Indian States, Union Territories as well as teams from the Army and other institutions, competed for medals at the 2023 Khelo India Winter Games.A total of 11 sports – skiing, curling, bobsleigh, skeleton, snowshoe, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, ice skating, ice hockey and bandy – featured at the Khelo India Winter Games 2023, which was held from February 10-14.

: Khelo India Winter Games 2023: Jammu and Kashmir win third title

Which of the following states topped in the khelo India Youth Games 2nd edition in Pune?

Khelo India Youth Games concluded in Pune on 20 January 2019. Maharashtra topped the Medal tally with 228 medals, whereas Haryana and Delhi claimed the second and third spots. Maharashtra bagged the ‘General Championship of Khelo India 2019’ with 85 Gold Medals.

Who is hosting the khelo India Games 2023?

Tamil Nadu is set to host Khelo India Games 2023, an annual national-level multidisciplinary grassroot games in India. Making the announcement, Tamil Nadu CM Stalin thanked PM Modi on Saturday for providing the opportunity to host the games. Taking to social media, Stalin said, “I thank Hon’ble PM Thiru @NarendraModi Avl for having accepted my request to host the #KheloIndia Games 2023 in Tamil Nadu. These games will serve as a platform for young sportspersons from all Indian states to showcase their sporting skills.” “As everyone witnessed during the 44th Chess Olympiad, Tamil Nadu will conduct the Khelo India Games also with befitting grandeur and showcase Tamil culture and hospitality,” he said. I thank Hon’ble PM Thiru @NarendraModi Avl for having accepted my request to host the #KheloIndia Games 2023 in Tamil Nadu. These games will serve as a platform for young sportspersons from all Indian states to showcase their sporting skills. As everyone witnessed during the 44th — M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) May 27, 2023 Tamil Nadu CM made the request to PM Modi in-person at Chennai Airport on April 8. ALSO READ: ‘North Korea-China Route Effectively Over’ As Border Wall Comes Up To Stop Defectors: Report In March, Tamil Nadu Sports Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin also met Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Anurag Thakur in Chennai. During the meeting, Udhayanidhi Stalin requested the union government to release Khelo India infrastructure fund for the state. Udhayanidhi said, “We insisted on considering Tamil Nadu for the South Indian branch of Sports Authority of India. Also asked for the opportunity to host the National Youth Fest and Asian beach games in 2024.” Udhayanidhi Stalin also met PM Modi in New Delhi in March and gave him a list of demands including an opportunity to host the Khelo India Games. He also demanded the establishment of the Sports Authority of India complex and exemption from the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).

What is the 2023 Indian Ocean Games?

11th Indian Ocean Island Games 2023 – Madagascar

  • 11th Games will definitely take place, confirms the Malagasy authority
  • Madagascar will definitely host the 11th Indian Ocean Islands Games from August 25 to September 3 and the country will be ready in every area of organisation, including sports facilities and logistics, President Andry Rajoelina has confirmed.
  • The Malagasy president made the declaration on May 19, during a special ceremony in Ivato to officially unveil the Games’ anthem, logo and mascot.
  • Three months before the event, President Rajoelina has asked the officials of the Ministry of Sports to roll up their sleeves to meet the deadlines.

The 2023 Games will be the 11th multi-sport event for athletes representing the National Olympic Committees of Indian Ocean island nations. The Maldives were the original hosts, but withdrew from hosting in January 2021, and were replaced by Madagascar.

  1. It will be Madagascar’s third time as hosts, after organising the Games in 1990 and 2007.
  2. President of the Seychelles Olympic and Commonwealth Games Association (Socga) Antonio Gopal, who also holds the post of president of the International Games Committee (CIJ), recently led a local delegation to Madagascar to attend the committee’s meeting.
  3. Other than attending the meeting, the Seychelles delegation which also included Socga’s secretary general Alain Alcindor and ordinary member Elsia Vidot, along with advisor within the youth and sports department Kevin Vidot who was representing Sports Minister Marie-Celine Zialor, joined representatives of other participating island nations to meet with the organisers and assess the ongoing progress in preparation, precisely the various venues where the 17 chosen sporting disciplines will take place.
  4. Members of the delegation yesterday held a press conference at the Olympic House at Roche Caïman where they gave an update on the progress, as well as new development regarding the Games.
  5. Will the 11th Games take place or not, was the central theme of the CIJ meeting and despite the unfavourable echoes coming from Madagascar over the past few months, the organising committee maintains that the Games will take place.
  6. Malagasy Minister for Youth and Sports, André Haja Resampa noted that, at this level, it is done, calming down the most sceptical.
  7. He thus swept aside the doubts surrounding the holding of the event which emerged from the silence of the Malagasy authorities in recent months.
  8. In terms of infrastructure, Minister Resampa, who is also the chairman of the organising committee, maintained that everything is under control, thanks in particular to the support of the Chinese government, with the latter donating sports equipment.

“We are already well advanced, and we have, in addition to the Barea Stadium, the architectural jewel of the Indian Ocean in terms of sports, 18 gymnasiums across the country, and several stadiums. We are going to finish the infrastructures that still need to be rehabilitated, but we have passed the hardest part,” noted Minister Resampa.

  • The Barea stadium, located in Tana, will be the heart of the Games in a way, hosting the opening and closing ceremonies, football and some athletics events.
  • It was also decided that the organising committees will accommodate all delegations in hotels, and there will therefore be no Games Village.
  • However, Madagascar will have to show that it can accommodate all the delegations in enough hotels of acceptable standard.
  • Competitions in Antananarivo only
  • The Malagasy government insisted on grouping the entire event in the city of Antananarivo only, leaving on the floor the entire beach and nautical sports which were to be held among others in Majunga, Fort-Dauphin, Tulear, and Sainte-Marie.

For that reason, members of the CIJ dashed the hopes of athletes from all islands who were already preparing for these Games, by striking off no less than eight sports from the list. These include surfing, sailing, taekwondo, kick-boxing, archery, horse riding and beach volleyball as well as beach soccer, women’s football, and women’s boxing.

  • It should be noted that beach volleyball and beach soccer are not counted as disciplines in their own rights, but as part of the volleyball and football disciplines respectively.
  • This is why in total, even if eight sports have been excluded from these Games, there are still 17 disciplines on the programme out of the 23 at the start.

On the other hand, in the remaining disciplines, the number of athletes could be increased. Seychelles, like some other participating countries, would like to see at least sailing and beach volleyball maintained. It remains to be seen whether they will succeed in convincing the organising country to deploy means outside Antananarivo so that athletes from these disciplines can compete.

  1. International tournaments for the excluded disciplines
  2. For the athletes who had been preparing for the Games for months but whose sports have been excluded, discussions on the possibility of having inter-island tournaments started during the CIJ meeting, so as not to leave anyone behind, taking into account the security and financial issues in Madagascar.
  3. It was suggested that these tournaments would be held later in the year, after the IOIG, in various other participating countries.
  4. The option remains to be defined in the coming weeks, before the next meeting of the CIJ in June.
  5. Maki the mascot
  6. As for the logo and the mascot, they bear the image of one of the most emblematic animals of Madagascar, the endemic white and black ring-tailed lemur, also called ‘Maki’.
  7. It was on Friday May 19, during a major official ceremony in Ivato, that the organising country presented the anthem and the mascot of the 11th Games.

The presentation was made on the evening of the second day of meeting of the CIJ. President Rajoelina was present at this ceremony, expressing the pride of the Malagasy in hosting the Games for the third time.

  • Preliminary count of 575 athletes and officials to defend the Seychelles flag
  • Based on a preliminary count, Seychelles will be represented at the 11th Games by a contingent of 575 personnel, including athletes – 225 males and 155 females – who will take part in 17 sports disciplines, coaches, officials, representatives of sporting federations and associations, along with members of the volet jeunesse team.
  • On behalf of the government, Mr Vidot invited all local businesses onboard, to bring their support in terms of sponsorship for Team Seychelles at the Games.
  • Compiled By Roland Duval
  • Photos courtesy of the Malagasy Olympic Committee

: 11th Indian Ocean Island Games 2023 – Madagascar

Which game will be game of the year 2023?

Best Games of 2023 –

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – 96 Metroid Prime Remastered – 94 Resident Evil 4 (2023) – 92 Street Fighter 6 – 92 Final Fantasy 16 – 89 Hi-Fi Rush – 89 Dead Space (2023) – 89 Diablo 4 – 88 Theatrhythm Final Bar Line – 86 F1 23 – 85 Octopath Traveler 2 – 85 Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – 84 Hogwarts Legacy – 84

Many gamers understand the disappointment of being incredibly hyped for a game, only for it to come out and fail to live up to expectations. This inevitably happens with some games every year, but 2023 may be an exception to the rule. It seems nearly every AAA game release of 2023 so far has either lived up to expectations or exceeded them (minus some big flops like Redfall and The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, but one could argue expectations weren’t particularly high for either of those games anyway), with many of the highest-profile game launching to rave reviews and strong sales.

  1. Right now, the highest-rated game of the year is The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom,
  2. A direct sequel to Breath of the Wild, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom delivers a huge open world to explore on three fronts: the sky, the ground, and the Depths.
  3. Link’s new abilities have given Zelda fans the chance to really put their creativity to the test, with gamers coming up with genius ways to tackle the game’s various challenges.

It’s safe to say that it will be remembered as a landmark release. But Tears of the Kingdom is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the new big game releases of 2023. Three other AAA games have earned a 90 or above review aggregate rating, with Metroid Prime Remastered, the Resident Evil 4 remake, and the recently-released Street Fighter 6 all met with near-universal acclaim. June 2023 especially has been an incredible month for new game releases. Not only did Street Fighter 6 launch at the beginning of June, but Diablo 4, Final Fantasy 16, and F1 23 all launched within weeks of each other. The most recent releases have all hit the mark, but fans shouldn’t forget that 2023 hit the ground running.

  • January saw the release of the acclaimed Dead Space remake and the shadow drop of Hi-Fi Rush, while Hogwarts Legacy launched in February to rave reviews and record-breaking sales.
  • Octopath Traveler 2, Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor also released in the first half of 2023 and all three games were praised by fans and critics alike.

Besides the big budget game listed here, there have also been some significant indie games released in 2023 so far, like Tents and Trees, 8-Bit Adventures 2, Vernal Edge, day one Xbox Game Pass game Cassette Beasts, day one PS Plus Extra game Humanity, and more.

What are the winter sports in Gulmarg in 2023?

Over 1,500 athletes will compete across 11 sports at the Khelo India Winter Games 2023 in Gulmarg. Jammu and Kashmir are the defending champions. Watch live! (Picture by 2006 Getty Images) Khelo India Winter Games 2023, the premier grassroots-level multi-sport competition of India, will take place in Gulmarg, the popular hill station in Jammu and Kashmir from February 10 to 14. Now in its third edition, the Khelo India Winter Games 2023 will feature over 1,500 athletes from across the nation, competing in 11 sports.

Alpine skiing, curling, bobsleigh, skeleton, snowshoe, Nordic skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, ice skating, ice hockey and bandy will feature at KIWG 2023, Khelo India Winter Games is part of the Indian government’s Khelo India program, which aims to promote sports at the grassroots level in the country.

Gulmarg and Leh were the joint hosts for the first two editions in 2020 and 2021. Jammu and Kashmir topped the medal tally in both years. In 2020, Jammu and Kashmir raked in 76 medals, including 26 gold. They were followed by Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) with 21 medals, and Uttarakhand in the third spot with 13 medals.

In which year the Commonwealth Games were conducted in India?

Detailed Solution: The correct answer is 2010. India hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2010. This was the first time India has hosted the Games and only the second time the event has been held in Asia (Kuala Lumpur in 1998 was the first).

Who is the youngest player in khelo India?

Daughter of tractor driver, Jharkhand’s Eitu Mandal the youngest athlete at Khelo India Youth Games : Jharkhand’s Eitu Mandal on Saturday scripted history by becoming the youngest entrant at the ongoing edition of the Khelo India Youth Games. The 13-year-old kabaddi player entered record books even before making her first raid at the KIYG.

Daughter of a tractor driver, Eitu Mandal fell in love with kabaddi when she was just 8 years old. Undeterred by all the bulky women around her, she quickly moved up the levels to become part of the Under-18 Youth team. “My parents were worried for me. But I have never been scared,” she told, shortly after her team’s first match against Maharashtra.

Eitu Mandal’s ‘record’ might not last long though. Her sister, five years younger than her, has also taken a liking to kabaddi and is already turning into a fine player. “I am the eldest in the family,” the resident of Madhuban village in Dumka district in Jharkhand, said.

Which country has replaced Maldives to host?

Which country has replaced Maldives to host the 2023 Indian Free 30 Questions 30 Marks 30 Mins The correct answer is Madagascar. Key Points

Madagascar replaced the Maldives as host of the 2023 Indian Ocean Island Games. The event was awarded to the Maldives last year, but members of the IOIG Federation voted to move the Games to Madagascar. This decision was taken due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. The first edition took place in 1979 and it takes place every 4 years. It pools together island nations and territories of Mauritius, Seychelles, Comoros, Madagascar, Mayotte, Réunion, and the Maldives.

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The 2023 Indian Ocean Island Games will be the 11th edition of this multi-sport event for athletes representing the National Olympic Committees of Indian Ocean island nations, in Madagascar, The original hosts were Maldives, but they withdrew from hosting in January 2021 and were replaced by Madagascar.

How many countries will be in the next SEA Games?

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Where are the 2023 Winter Games?

From February 18 to March 5, the 2023 Canada Winter Games will bring together 3,600 athletes, managers and coaches, across 20 different sports, to Prince Edward Island for the largest multi-sport event in the country.

Where are the 2023 Winter Olympics?

Winter Olympics Beijing China 2023 From February 4th to 20th, 2023, the Winter Olympics will take place in Beijing. The 190 events of the seven Olympic Winter sports wwill be spread over three competition areas: the Beijing Center, Yanqing, and Zhangjiakou.

Three competition areas with four events on snow as well as events on ice. These Winter Games are held at three main sites: Beijing, where the facilities from the 2008 Summer Games are reused for most ice sports, but where the Big Air ski jump is also located. Yanqing 90 km from the capital for alpine skiing and the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton track, and Zhangjiakou, 190 km, for freestyle skiing, snowboarding, biathlon, cross-country skiing, ski jumping and Nordic combined.

Freestyle skiing, snowboarding, biathlon, ice hockey, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, ski jumping, figure skating, speed skating. Find all the disciplines. This is the second time that a Chinese city has organized the Olympic Games after the 2008 Summer Games already celebrated in Beijing, which thus becomes the first city in history to host both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.

Arjun Patel