The Indian contingent's Day 10 at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics was a mixed bag, but one where positive lessons were learnt.
The Indian women's hockey team beat two-time world and Olympic champions Australia to move into the semi-finals. The Indian eves now join the men's team who also reach the semi-finals at the Summer Games in Japan.
Dutee Chand (athletics - 200m), shooters Sanjeev Rajput, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar (men's 50m three positions) made early exits in their respective events after falling short of qualification for the finals.
The last part of the day saw Kamalpreet Kaur (women's discus throw) and Fouzaad Mirza (equestrian) take part in the finals of their medal events, and they put up commendable performances despite failing to register podium finishes.
August 2, 6:45 PM: India's report card at the end of Day 10 at Tokyo 2020
Athletics: Dutee Chand finished last in the heats of the women's 200m race
Kamalpreet Kaur finished sixth in the women's discus throw final, after recording a 63.7-metre throw.
Hockey: India women's hockey team beat Australia 1-0 in the quarter-finals.
Shooting: Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar and Sanjeev Rajput missed out on qualification in the men's 50m three Positions Qualifying event.
Equestrian: Fouaad Mirza (and Seigneur Medicott) finished 23rd in the eventing final.
August 2, 6:30 PM: It's all over!
Kamalpreet Kaur's final throw is out of the sector and she finishes the women's discus throw final with a sixth-place finish. She ends with a best of 63.70m.
August 2, 6:20 PM: One last shot for Kamalpreet
Kamalpreet Kaur doesn't better her 63.70m throw as she registers a 61.37m throw in her fifth attempt.
From one equestrian to another!
There goes Kamalpreet!
August 2, 6:10 PM: Kamalpreet moves sixth
Kamalpreet Kaur needed to throw longer than 61.80 metres to stay in the competition, and she gets a 63.70m long throw to move sixth.
Not bad for a debut at the Olympics!
August 2, 5:30 PM: Fouaad Mirza out of equestrian finals
Fouaad Mirza and Seigneur Medicott are out of the medal after registering a finish outside the top-10.
Mirza opened the event with eight points in his first jump and 12.40 points in his last.
Fouaad Mirza finished his Tokyo 2020 campaign with a total score of 54.60.
August 2, 4:55 PM: Foul for Kamalpreet
Kamalpreet Kaur has a disappointing second attempt, with the throw below the 60-metre mark.
Play currently halted due to rain.
August 2, 4:40 PM: Kamalpreet begins with 61.62 metre throw
India's Kamalpreet Kaur starts off with a throw of 61.62 metres in her first attempt.
The 26-year-old is ranked 6th in the standings after round one.