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Gagan Narang Named Chef-de-Mission for Paris 2024 Olympics

Gagan Narang
Preeti Bali / 6:27 am / July 9, 2024

Four-time Olympian and 2012 Olympic Games bronze medalist in men’s 10m Air Rifle, Gagan Narang, has been appointed as the Chef-de-Mission of the Indian team for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, set to commence on July 26.

 

Leadership Transition

Dr. Usha likewise uncovered that PV Sindhu, a double cross Olympic medalist in badminton, and table tennis star A. Sharath Kamal will be India’s banner carriers at the initial service. “I’m likewise really glad to report that India’s just lady to win two Olympic decorations, PV Sindhu, will be the female banner carrier close by Table Tennis ace A. Sharath Kamal,” Dr. Usha said. “I’m certain that our competitors are good to go to convey the best outcomes for India in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.”

 

Mary Kom’s Resignation

Mary Kom, who won a bronze medal in boxing at the 2012 Olympics, announced her decision to step down from the Chef-de-Mission role in April 2024, citing personal reasons.

 

Responsibilities of the Chef-de-Mission

The Chef-de-Mission plays a crucial role as the spokesperson for the team, attending seminars with athletes, management, and the Mission Team in the lead-up to the Olympics. In case of conflicts or controversies, the Chef-de-Mission is responsible for maintaining a diplomatic stance and resolving issues, ensuring that Olympic protocols are upheld.

Flag Bearers for the Opening Ceremony

Dr. Usha likewise uncovered that PV Sindhu, a double cross Olympic medalist in badminton, and table tennis star A. Sharath Kamal will be India’s banner carriers at the initial service. “I’m likewise really glad to report that India’s just lady to win two Olympic decorations, PV Sindhu, will be the female banner carrier close by Table Tennis ace A. Sharath Kamal,” Dr. Usha said. “I’m certain that our competitors are good to go to convey the best outcomes for India in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.”

 

Indian Team’s Aspirations

The Paris 2024 Olympics will run from July 26 to August 11. The Indian team aims to bring pride to the nation by winning as many medals as possible and showcasing the talent of Indian athletes on the world stage.

 

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