Tokyo Olympics: Golfer Aditi Ashok  misses out on historic medal, finishes 4th

Golfer Aditi Ashok joined a list of Indians who came close to winning an Olympic medal after finishing fourth position at the Tokyo Olympics.

Golfer Aditi Ashok narrowly missed out on a medal in the women’s individual stroke play event, finishing fourth position at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.

The 23-year-old was in conflict for a medal right until the end, but finished a shot behind Japan’s Mone Inami and Lydia Ko of New Zealand, respectively.

The Indian also finished only two shots behind gold medallist Nelly Korda (USA). Currently ranked 200th in the world, Aditi Ashok is among some big names of Indian sport that fell just short of bringing a medal home.

Aditi Ashok, who had her mother caddying in Tokyo, went into the final round on 12-under 201, sitting pretty in second place.

Aditi once again, showcased her expertise on the green.

The 23-year- old might have not a won a medal in Tokyo but she definitely won hearts of fans all over the world with her performance.