PV(Pusarla Venkata) Sindhu is a well known Indian badminton player who is currently in the semi finals of Rio Olympics 2016. PV Sindhu has already secured a silver medal for herself and India itself. And now she is aiming for the gold medal for India. PV Sindhu is up against Carolina Marin from Spain who is also going for her first olympic gold.
If we talk about the Carolina Marin, She is an badminton athlete from Huelva, Spain. Carolina Marina currently is ranked no. 1 in ‘World Badminton Federation Women’s Singles 2016’ Carolina Marina is world champion for 2014 and 2015. Carolina Marina was born on June 15, 1993.
Moving along to the history of PV Sindhu, She was born July 5, 1995 with Indian Nationality. PV Sindhu came into everyone’s attention when she broke records and made herself a position in top 20 in ‘Badminton World Federation’ when raking released on 21 September 2012.
PV Sindhu was trained by Pullela Gopichand. And she received her education from St. Ann’s College for Women. PV Sindhu has already won many medals in badminton like, Padma Shri, CNN-IBN Indian of the Year in Sports, Arjuna Award for Badminton, and many more.
Moving to the current time, Currently PV Sindhu and Carolina Marina are competing against each other for gold medal in Rio 2016. Carolina Marin was not able to make further the group stages in London Olympics. But she is trying to turn the pages in her favor till then. Right now, PV Sindhu is standing tall and strong in her way to the winning place.
If we talk about the PV Sindhu’s performance, She became the first Indian Women to reach the finals in Badminton event in Olympic by defeating the Nozomi Okuhara in Semi-Finals. Nozomi Okuhara has confirmed her Bronze Medal and it’s is time to see who will win Silver and gold among PV Sindhu & Carolina Marin.
Latest score of the match between PV Sindhu and Carolina Marin:
Finally the match is over and the results are out for match between PV Sindhu and Carolina Marin. And the best one has won. Carolina Marin has won against PV Sindhu. Carolina Marin has won the game with the score 19-21, 21-12, 21-15.
The Final medal score is,
Gold Medal: Carolina Marin
Silver Medal: PV Sindhu, and
Bronze Medal: Nozomi Okuhara.