Tokyo Olympics: Aditi Ashok to finish at fourth place in Golf event
Aditi Ashok becomes the first Indian to reach fourth place, giving her best for the podium in the golf events at the Tokyo Olympics.
Aditi Ashok ended up in fourth place at the Tokyo Olympics and became the first Indian to reach this place. She listed below the top three spots despite being in medal contention for most of the event.
As the fourth round started, The Indian golfer maintained the silver medal position hitting the first two four-par shots in four shots. She then slipped on the third position with a score of -12. Later, Aditi tied with Japan's Mone Inami and New Zealand's Ko Lydia with four holes to play.
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The game saw a halt due to the rain, but soon when the game resumed, the Indian golfer tied for third place with two holes to play. Aditi tried her best to maintain her position for the podium, but Lydia Ko, the New Zealand golfer, made the last shot and got ahead of Aditi Ashok.