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Oct 11, 2018
9:12PM

Paddler Archana Kamath loses bronze play-off, women's hockey team suffers first defeat at Youth Olympics

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India endured a medal-less outing at the Youth Olympics after the gold rush of the previous three days as the women's hockey team lost to Argentina and rising table tennis player Archana Kamath went down in the bronze medal match in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Kamath, who became the first Indian paddler to enter the semifinals of Youth Olympics, gave her all against Romania's Andreea Dragoman before losing 11-8, 11-13, 9-11, 5-11, 9-11 in the semifinal played today.

The Indian under-18 women's hockey team suffered its first loss of the Youth Olympics' five-a-side competition, going down 2-5 to hosts Argentina.  After three successive wins, India lost the toughest match they played in the event.

The men's hockey team too did not get the result it wanted, losing 3-4 to Australia in a keenly contested contest.

Swimmer Advait Page disappointed in Heat 3, finishing seventh.

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