Here’s everything India is searching about Rio Olympics 2016, according to Google
The Rio Olympics are currently underway and India for the first time has sent its largest ever contingent of 119 athletes.
Granted none of our athletes have yet managed to bring home a medal, but they have given brilliant performances no less.
From Abhinav Bindra missing the bronze by a whisker, Lalita Babar finishing 10th in the steeplechase final- which by the way, is India’s best performance till date in athletics to Dipa Karmakar risking her life and attempting the much feared ‘Produnova’ and winning accolades all over for her close finish- these athletes have given it their all. They’ve fought against all odds, put up with poor facilities in the hope of representing their country and showcasing their talent to the world.
Indians, on their part have been repaid the hard work and determination of our athletes by supporting them wholeheartedly.
Naturally, curiosity is at an all-time high and thus Business Insider decided to find out exactly what Indians are searching about Rio Olympics on Google.
Are they reading up on Michael Phelps or the Indian women Hockey team? Are they marvelling at Usain Bolt’s speed or applauding
Here is what India is googling about the Rio Olympics.
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