Indian rowers, Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh, ended 11th over in the men's lightweight double sculls competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Thursday.
The 38-year-old, who is a multiple-time Asian champion and a bronze-winner from the 2012 London olympics, lost 2-3 to the Colombian, giving it her all in what would now be her final Olympic bout.
Earlier on Thursday, men's pole vaulter German Chiaraviglio of Argentina had also been ruled out of the Olympics due to a positive COVID-19 result.
Indian shooters Manu Bhaker and Rahi Sarnobat were placed 5th and 25th respectively in the women's 25m pistol qualification (precision) at the Tokyo Olympics
Boxer Satish Kumar is through to the QFs of the +91kg event after beating Ricardo Brown of Jamaica.
Railways is one of the biggest contributing organisation in the Olympic Games with approx 20 per cent of the total athletes.
Sindhu will next face the winner of the match between Akane Yamaguchi of Japan and Korea's Kim Gaeun.
India have consolidated their position in the second spot of Pool A with three wins and one loss out of four games, behind Australia.
The World No. 1 beat Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez of the USA 6-4 in a windy Round-of-32 match at the Yumenoshima Park Archery Field on Wednesday.
The Indian shooters, tipped to be country's best medal bet before the Olympics, endured yet another forgettable outing on Tuesday when they crashed out in the qualifying stages of the mixed team events in both pistol and rifle.
Sindhu dominates Hong Kong’s Cheung Ngan Yi 21-9, 21-16 to advance into the Round of 16 Knockout stage
The Indians need at least a point from this game to be safe but they now will have to win their remaining two matches to have any chance of qualifying for the knockout stage.
What action TTFI takes against its high-profile player remains to be seen but it is certain that attendance of all India players will be made mandatory for national camps.
With Naomi's exit, the top three players on the WTA singles rankings at the Olympics have all bowed out of the quadrennial showpiece. No. 6-ranked Elina Svitolina of Ukraine is now the highest-ranked player left in the draw.
Lovlina Borgohain is a two-time World and Asian Championships bronze-medallist.
With the defeat, India's challenge has ended in table tennis at the Games. Manika Batra, Sutirtha Mukherjee and G Sathiyan have all exited the singles competition.
The Indians will next play reigning Olympic champions Argentina on Thursday.
Mirabai Chanu, who won the silver medal in the 49kg category on Saturday to open India's medals tally at the Olympic Games, arrived back home on Monday to a rousing reception
Mirabai became the second medallist from India in weightlifting, bettering Karnam Malleswari's bronze in the 69 kg category at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Making India proud, weightlifter Saikhom Mirabai Chanu ended the country's 21-year-wait for a weightlifting medal at the Olympics.
Sharath now has a tough match ahead as he takes on the legendary Long, who is also the reigning world champion
CA Bhavani Devi will now face world No. 3 Manon Brunet of France in the Round of 32.
Poland's Jerzy Kowalski and Artur Mikolajczewski finished at the top with a timing of 6:43.44, followed by Spain's Caetano Horta Pombo and Manel Balastegui, who clocked 6:45.71 in the repechage 2.
Mary Kom tightened her defence and attacked with intent to win the next three rounds and clinch the bout.
Manika will now face 10th seed Sofia Polcanova of Austria.