Asian Games 2023: Indian sailors win two silver and one bronze medal at the Asian Games, capping off a brilliant opening. Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh opened India’s account with a silver medal in the Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls event on a bright morning with ideal sailing conditions at the Fuyang Water Sports Center. China’s Jinji Fan and Man Sun, who won the gold with a time of 6:23.16 seconds, were beaten by the Indian team, who finished in 6:28.18 seconds.
With a time of 6:33.42 seconds, Shakhzod Nurmatov and Sobirjon Safaraliyev of Uzbekistan won bronze. Neeraj, Naresh Kalwaniya, Neetish Kumar, Charanjit Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Bhim Singh, Puneet Kumar, and Ashish made up the Indian Men’s Coxless Eight squad. Babulal Yadav and Lekh Ram of India won the gold medal in the Coxless Pairs competition, finishing in front of Hong Kong, China, and Uzbekistan (6:44.20, 6:48.11, and 6:50.41, respectively). 33 sailors from India are competing at the Asian Games.
Ramita, a teenage shooter from India, won the silver medal in the Women’s 10m Air Rifle category, while Mahuli Ghosh, another Indian, came in fourth. Ramita, a 19-year-old Indian shooter, took third place with a score of 230.1, beating out two Chinese competitors. On the first day of shooting contests at the Fuyang Yuni Shooting Range, she earned India’s second medal. Ramita had helped India win the silver medal in the team tournament earlier. Alongside seasoned competitors Mehuli Ghosh and Aashi Choudhary, she took part in the team competition and finished as the top Indian shooter in the showcase on Sunday. Her countrywoman Mehuli Ghosh placed fourth with a score of 208.3.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 03:32 PM on September 24- Tanisha Khatri of India was defeated in the quarterfinals by Man Wai Vivian Kong of Hong Kong 7-15.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 03:31 pm, Sep 24 – Female Football In a group B encounter, India was defeated by Thailand 0–1. The Asian Games campaign for India is over.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 03:18 pm, Sep 24 – The chance for Wushu athletes from Arunachal Pradesh to compete in the Asian Games has passed. It is now improbable that the three Arunachal Pradeshi Wushu athletes who were sent away from the Asian Games by the Chinese authorities will compete.
The Asian Olympic Council (OCA), meanwhile, stated on Sunday that it is still keeping an eye on the situation. The women’s Changquan event (Duan), where Laang was scheduled to compete, as well as the women’s 52 kg pre-quarterfinal competition, did not feature her name. Wushu competitions started on Sunday. Wang Su was slated to compete in the women’s Changquan competition on Monday.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 3:15 pm, Sep 24- Tanisha Khatri of India defeated Egamberdieva of Uzbekistan 15-10 and gone to the quarterfinals.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 3:01 pm, Sep 24- Women’s Football In a group B encounter, India was down 1-0 to Thailand. The allotted time has fewer than 20 minutes remaining.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 02:34 pm, Sep24- Table tennis | The men’s paddlers are competing for a spot in the quarterfinals after the women’s elimination. In a 2-2 draw with Kazakhstan, veteran Achanta Sharath Kamal assisted the Indian men’s team in avoiding defeat. The famous Indian paddler Manika Batra had trouble in both of her singles matches, and the Indian women’s team fell short to a capable Thailand squad 2-3. When Sharath Kamal earned a critical victory in the fifth match to save India’s face against Kazakhstan, the match versus Kazakhstan was evenly poised at 2-2.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 02:22 pm, Sep 24- In the quarterfinals, the Indian men’s volleyball team was defeated. India’s incredible run in the men’s volleyball competition at the Asian Games came to an end after falling to Japan in the quarterfinals in Hangzhou, China. Japan won the match in three straight games with scores of 25-16, 25-18, and 25-17 to advance to the semifinals.
Asia Games 2023 Live Update at 02:12 pm Sept 24- Tennis – Nagal, Myneni, and Ramkumar advance to the pre-quarter finals. Sumit Nagal, the top tennis player from India, easily defeated Macau’s Tin Marco Leung on Sunday to advance to the men’s singles pre-quarterfinals at the Asian Games. Nagal, who is ranked 159th, had a simple start to his match in the second round against a player with no ranking on the ATP database.
Nagal defeated his opponent 6-0, 6-0 in just 45 minutes. His next match will be against Kazakhstan’s Beibit Zhukayev, who won after Firoz Mukhidinov of Tajikistan withdrew from competition. The second-seeded Indian team of Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan defeated Nepal’s Abhishek Bastola and Pradeep Khadka in the second round by a score of 6-2, 6-3 in just 57 minutes.