Asian Games 2023: India @60 medals, bronze medal in 4X400 meter mixed relay

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Pudhari Online Desk: Indian sprinter today, Monday (2 October) Asian Games sprinter Changlich Ghazwali. In the 4X400 meter mixed relay competition, the Indian quartet of Mohammad Ajmal, Vithya Ramraj, Rajesh Ramesh and Subha Venkatesan finished third in the final relay and won the bronze medal. With this, India’s medal tally has reached 60 and the bronze medal tally has reached 24.

Women’s Lamb Udiptu Ensi Sojanla Silver Medal

Indian female long-distance runner Ansi Sojan won the silver medal with the best performance of 6.63 meters in the Asian Games.

Silver and bronze medal in women’s 3000 meter steeplechase

India’s 3000 meter steeplechase runner Avinash Sable would have created history by winning the gold medal in the Hangzhou Asian Games (Asian Games 2023) on Sunday. After that, on Monday, Indian women players won the yacht competition at Maidan Gajwale. Parul Chaudhary (time: 9 minutes 27.63 seconds) won the silver medal and Preeti Lamba (time: 9 minutes 43.32 seconds) won the bronze medal.

India medal ranking fourth

India remains at the fourth position in the medal standings with 13 gold, 23 silver and 24 bronze medals. Indian players, who set out with the target of ‘crossing 100 medals’, have performed brilliantly in the Hangzhou Asian Games in China. Today, the 9th day of the 19th Asian Games began with 3 bronze medals. In speed skating, the first Indian woman Sanghane won the bronze medal, followed by the man Sanghanehi. After this, bronze medals were won in women’s doubles table tennis only. In table tennis, Sutirtha and Ahika Mukherjee or Jodila Upantya Paritra Parvarhala Jaare Jaane was considered to be the solution for winning the bronze medal. The Indian pair suffered a 4-3 defeat against Korea.

Bronze medal in skating 3000 meter relay

The women’s team of Sanjana Bhatula, Karthik Jagadeeswaran, Hiral Sadhu and Aarti Kasturi won bronze medal in roller skating in 3000 meter relay. In the men’s 3000 meter speed skating, India comprising of Aryan Pal, Anand Kumar, Siddhant and Vikram finished third and won the bronze medal.

In the last match of the group stage in men’s hockey, India defeated Bangladesh and entered the semi-finals. In women’s Kabaddi, the Indian Women’s Association faced Chinese Taipei evenly. Badminton singles Kidambi Srikanth and doubles Satwik Sairaj, Ranki Reddy and Chirag Shetty or Jodi Vijay are next in the list. In doubles badminton, India entered the last 16 after defeating the pair of Krishna Prasad and Tanisha Crasto or Jodine Macao.

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