Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India started Day 9 with winning 2 bronze medals each in speed skating 3000m relay taking the India’s haul in the ongoing Asian Games zoom past 55. Yesterday, India won 15 medals from which 9 came in athletics events. Track and field athlete Avinash Sable shattered the Asian Games record as he comfortably secured India’s first men’s 3000m steeplechase gold medal at the continental meet. Tajinderpal Singh Toor defended his men’s shot put crown at Hangzhou with his sixth and final attempt of 20.36m. Harmilan Bains in women’s 1500m claimed silver while Murali Sreeshankar missed gold in men’s long jump and settled for silver after falling short by just 0.03 seconds. His second-spot finish saw a best of 8.19 meters, bettered only by China’s Wang Jianan with 8.22m. Ajay Kumar Saroj and Jinson Johnson secured second and third positions in the men’s 1500m.
India’s ace discus thrower Seema Punia and heptathlon athlete Nandini Agasara settled for bronze medals. Jyothi Yarraji clinched a silver in women’s 100m hurdles. India has so far won 53 medals, comprising 13 gold, 21 silver, and 19 bronze.
Track Asian Games LIVE medal tally here.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Women’s pole vault final
Pavithra Vengatesh bows out with three unsuccessful 4:10m in the women’s pole vault final.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India’s medal tally
India’s medal tally
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India’s Parul Chaudhary wins women’s 3000m steeplechase silver, bronze for Priti at Asian Games
India’s Parul Chaudhary and Priti secured silver and bronze medal respectively in the women’s 3000m steeplechase at the Asian Games here on Monday.
Parul clocked 9:27.63 sec to claim the silver medal ahead of compatriot Priti, who made a strong finish to clinch the bronze with a personal best time of 9:43.32 sec.
Winfred Mutile Yavi of Bahrain won the gold with a Games record timing of 9:18.28 sec.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Indian women’s basketball team loses against North Korea in quarterfinal
The Indian women’s side lost in the basketball quarterfinal match against North Korea at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou on Monday.
The Indian women’s side failed to dominate the match and lost by 57-96 against North Korea. They failed to qualify for the semi-final of the event after their disappointing loss.
In all four quarters of the game, the women’s Indian basketball failed to take a lead. In the first quarter, India lost by 20-26. In the second quarter, Shireen Vijay Limaye’s side lost by 6-26. In the last two quarters of the game, India failed to win and lost by 17-22, and 14-22 respectively.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Ghosal progresses, Joshna exits from Asian Games
Star Indian squash player Joshna Chinappa made a shock exit from the women’s singles event but veteran Sourav Ghosal sailed into the quarterfinals of men’s singles at the Asian Games here on Monday.
Taking the court first, Chinappa lost 1-3 to lower-ranked Heo Mingyeong of South Korea in the pre-quarterfinals.
The 37-year-old, who received a first-round bye, went down 4-11, 12-10, 9-11, 8-11 in 37 minutes to the South Korean, ranked 158th, in the round of 16.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Indian women’s kabaddi team plays out 34-34 draw against Chinese Taipei
In an unexpected start to its campaign, the Indian women’s kabaddi team was on Monday held to a surprise 34-34 draw by Chinese Taipei in a Group A match at the Asian Games here.
The Indians were made to work hard throughout the contest by their opponents, who earned a bonus point on the last raid of the match to force a draw.
The women side’s next assignment will be against South Korea on Tuesday, while the men’s team will take on Bangladesh in their Group A match.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Saurav Ghosal continues to shine in Squash, seals final eight spot
Indian squash player Saurav Ghosal continued his red-hot form and stormed into the quarterfinals of men’s singles in the ongoing Asian Games on Monday.
The veteran squash player has set his eyes on another medal as he ousted Kuwait’s Ammar Altamimi in straight games.
It was quite a straightforward victory for the Indian as he defeated his opponent in three straight games with scores of 11-4, 11-4, and 11-6.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Harmanpreet, Mandeep score hat-tricks as India rout Bangladesh 12-0 to ease into semifinals
Skipper Harmanpreet Singh and Mandeep Singh slammed a hat-trick each as India mauled Bangladesh 12-0 to storm into the semifinals of the men’s hockey competition at the Asian Games here on Monday.
Harmanpreet (2nd, 4th, 32nd minutes) converted three penalty corners, while Mandeep (18th, 24th, 46th) also found the net thrice as India remained unbeaten in Pool A.
Lalit Kumar Upadhyay (23rd), Amit Rohidas (28th), Abhishek (41st, 57th), Nilakanta Sharma (47th) and Gurjant Singh (56th) were the other goal getters for India.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: I never thought that I would be getting a medal: Nandini Agasara after winning bronze medal
After winning a bronze medal in the women’s Heptathlon 800m in the ongoing Asian Games on Sunday, Indian athlete Nandini Agasara said she never thought that she would be winning a medal at the 19th Asian Games.
While speaking to ANI, the Indian athlete said that this was her first international match at the senior level and she never thought that she would be getting a medal in the multi-sport event.
“This is my first International match in the senior category and I got a medal, last time I participated in the junior category… I never thought that I would be getting a medal in such a big competition,” Nandini Agasara told ANI.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Men’s hockey- India ahead with 10-0
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: With slightly more than six minutes left in the fourth quarter, India earns yet another penalty corner. Nevertheless, the Bangladeshi goalkeeper delivers an impressive save. Bangladesh attempts to launch a counterattack, but the Indian players, especially Jarmanpreet Singh, exhibit exceptional defensive skills, thwarting their efforts effectively. The score remains at 10-0 in favor of India.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Srikanth, Satwik-Chirag enter second round at Asian Games
India’s Kidambi Srikanth progressed to the men’s singles second round with a comfortable straight-game win over Vietnam’s Phat Le Duc in the badminton competition of the Asian Games on Monday. Srikanth, a 2021 world championships silver medallist, outclassed Le Duc 21-10 21-10 in 29 minutes to set up a clash with Korea’s Lee Yun Gyu. Commonwealth Games gold medallists Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty also sailed into the men’s doubles pre-quarterfinals with a 21-11 21-16 win over Hong Kong’s Chow Hin Long and Lui Chun Wai.
The Indian duo, ranked world no. 3, will next face Indonesia’s Leo Rolly Carnando and Daniel Marthin. In mixed doubles, K Sai Pratheek and Tanisha Crasto prevailed 21-18 21-14 over Macau’s Leong Iok Chong and Weng Chi NG to make a winning start. They will square off against Malaysia’s Chen Tang Jie and Toh Ee Wei in the round of 16.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India vs Bangladesh hockey score
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‘Had only 3-4 throwing sessions before Asian Games’: Shot Put gold medalist Tajinderpal Singh Toor
While speaking to news agency ANI, Gold Medalist Tajinderpal Singh Toor said, “My throw was not that good. It is because when I played the Asian Track and Field competition in Bangkok, I suffered a groin tear. I was sidelined due to injury for two months and stopped throwing. Before the Asian Games, I had only three to four throwing sessions. But I wanted to win a gold for my country.”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Joshana Chinappa out in round of 16
Indian squash player Joshana Chinappa, a four-time Asian Games medallist, lost 3-1 against Mingyeong Heong of the Republic of Korea in the women’s singles round of 16 at the Asian Games 2023. The 37-year-old Joshana Chinappa, who lost the first game, fought back to win the second.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India vs Bangladesh hockey match resumes
Harmanpreet Singh scores 7th goal through penalty corner against Bangladesh in Men’s Hockey Pool A match
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Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: 4 compound archers advanced to quarter-finals
-Men’s Compound Abhishek Verma defeated Nguyen of Vietnam by a score 146-142
-Ojas defeated Chen of Chinese Taipei by a score 146-145
Jyothi Surekha Vennam defeated Almashadhani of Iraq by a score146-141
Aditi defeated Syahara of Indonesia by a score 148- 146
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India vs Bangladesh hockey
India take a 6-0 lead against in Q2 in Men’s Hockey Pool A match
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India vs Nepal in the men’s quarter-final tomorrow
The Asian Games 2023 men’s cricket quarter-finals schedule has been announced as two matches will be played tomorrow i.e. on 3 October and two on 4 October. The matches will be played in the T20 format.
The Indian men’s cricket team, led by Ruturaj Gaikwad, will go up against Nepal in the quarter-final tomorrow at 6:30 am IST. Nepal broke multiple records in their resounding win over Mongolia in the group stage. India, meanwhile, will feature in men’s cricket for the first time at the continental meet.
South Korean skater ‘very sorry’ after early celebration costs gold
South Korean rollerskater Jung Cheol-won committed a cardinal sin of sport Monday by celebrating too early, with his “big mistake” costing his country an Asian Games gold medal.
Jung was left red-faced after being the anchor for his three-man team in the men’s 3,000m relay final at Qintang Roller Sports Centre.
Thinking he had easily beaten Huang Yu-lin, he eased up and raised his arms in celebration, only for the Taiwanese skater to lunge with his leg across the line first in 4min 05.692sec to win by one hundredth of a second.
“I made a rather big mistake. I didn’t come at full speed to the finish line. I let my guard down too early,” said a sheepish Jung.
“I am very sorry. I apologise to my teammates and to our fans who supported us.
“We all worked very hard together for this, and it’s all my fault.”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: After emulating her mother, Harmilan wants to do one better
Mother and daughter winning medals in Asian Games is rare, but India’s metric mile national record holder Harmilan Bains has done that here, and she is now hoping to do one better.
The 25-year-old Harmilan clinched a silver in the women’s 1500m race on Sunday, the same colour of medal her mother Madhuri had won in the 800m race in the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea.
She clocked 4 minutes 12.74 seconds while the national record in her name is 4:05.39.
Bains is now gunning for a medal in the 800m, the same event as her mother’s. If she succeeds on Wednesday, she will go past her mother.
“I will say, mom, 800m is still there,” she said when asked what she will say to her mother after the 1500m silver medal.
“I will try my best for the 800m and will work on the soreness on my legs. I was pretty sure that I will win a medal (in 1500m) and was even confident of winning gold but had to be settled with a silver.”
Madhuri once ran a 1500m trial with Harmilan in her womb in order to keep her job with a public sector company in Punjab.
Harmilan’s father, Amandeep Bains, is also a South Asian Games medallist and a former men’s 1500m national champion.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India wins bronze medal in table tennis women’s doubles
India scripted history at the Asian Games after Ahyika Mukherjee and Sutirtha Mukherjee secured the bronze medal in the Table Tennis Women’s Doubles event on Monday.
In the second semi-final of the table tennis women’s doubles at the ongoing Asian Games, India’s Ahyika Mukherjee and Sutirtha Mukherjee lost 4-3 against North Korea’s Suyong Cha and Sugyong Pak and bagged the first-ever table tennis medal for India in the history of Asian Games.
India had a good start in the match and won the first game by 7-11, but could not maintain consistency as later they only won in the third and sixth in which they won by 7-11, and 5-11 respectively.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Kabaddi today at Hangzhou
The Indian women’s kabaddi team, two-time Asian Games champions, will play against Chinese Taipei today at 1:30 PM IST. Meanwhile, the seven-time gold medallists India will begin their men’s kabaddi campaign tomorrow against Bangladesh at 6:00 AM IST.
Teams are divided into two groups featuring a round-robin format. The top two teams from each group will advance to the semi-finals, which will be bronze medal matches
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Ayhika and Sutirtha Mukherjee win bronze women’s doubles table tennis
Ayhika and Sutirtha Mukherjee sign off with bronze medal in women’s doubles table tennis at Asian Games
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: PM Modi congratulates Men’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay
PM Modi congratulated the Indian men’s and women’s skating teams for securing bronze medals in the speed skating 3000 m relay competition at the ongoing Asian Games in Hangzhou.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: PM Modi congratulates Women’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay
PM Modi congratulates Women’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay. In a tweet, PM wrote, “Congratulations to Karthika Jagdeeswaran, @heeral_sadhu and @aarathyskating. Our exceptional women’s speed skating relay team wins a remarkable Bronze Medal in the Women’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay at the Asian Games. Their unwavering determination and outstanding teamwork is as an inspiration to several people.”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: ‘Horrible experience…cheating should never be appreciated’ Jyothi Yarraji on false start of Chinese athlete Wu Yanni
Speaking on the false start of On the false start of Chinese athlete Wu Yanni in the women’s 100m hurdles race, Silver medalist Runner Jyothi Yarraji said, “It was a horrible experience…I just want to say that cheating should never be appreciated in any sport. She did a false start, we have to accept that…After a lot of drama, I finally won the silver medal. This was my first Asian Games and I won a silver medal.”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Table tennis update
Sutirtha Mukherjee/Ayhika Mukherjee lose second game 8-11 vs Suyong Cha/Sugyong Pak of North Korea in Women’s Doubles Semifinal clash
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Sai Pratheek-Tanisha enter pre-quarterfinals in Badminton
Sai Pratheek and Tanisha Crasto won in straight games versus Macao China’s Leong lok Chong and Ng Weng Chi in the badminton mixed doubles round of 32 at the Asian Games 2023. The Indian duo overcame a closely contested first game 21-18 while winning the second 21-14.
They will take on Chen Tang Jie and Toh Ee Wei in the round of 16 tomorrow at Hangzhou.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Women’s 400m Hurdles
Ravi Sinchal Kaveram Theetharamada fails to qualify for Women’s 400m Hurdles FINAL
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: ‘Learnt a lot from Dhoni but..’: Ruturaj Gaikwad ahead of Asian Games cricket campaign
He has learnt a lot from the great Mahendra Singh Dhoni but Ruturaj Gaikwad on Monday said he will lean on his own leadership style as he prepares to lead the Indian men’s team in its maiden Asian Games cricket campaign.
India will be favourites for another gold medal here after the women’s team had clinched the ultimate prize a few days ago. Gaikwad and Co. will play their quarterfinal on Tuesday.
Gaikwad, who has established himself as a vital cog in Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League, said he would like to give players freedom to express themselves.
“I got to learn a lot of things from him (Dhoni) but every person has a different style. His style is different, his personality is different and my personality is a bit different,” Gaikwad told the media here ahead of India’s first game.
“I will try to be myself and not really look at what he usually does. Obviously, yes you have to pick out some things which he does really well, how he handles situations and how he handles particular players during a match.
“Obviously, these are (a) few things I really took from him, but I would like to lead the way I want to. I just want the players to express themselves and give how much ever freedom that I can.”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Anahat-Abhay win third Pool A match
Indian squash mixed doubles pair Anahat Singh and Abhay Singh beat Thailand’s Anantana Prasertratanakul and Arkaradet Arkarahirunya 11-5, 11-6 in the Pool A match at the Asian Games 2023.
The Indian duo had also won in straight games against the Philippines and Pakistan pairs in their group matches on Sunday. Abhay and Anahat will play Tong Tsz Wing and Tang Ming Hong of Hong Kong China at 10:00 AM IST tomorrow.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Das-Ankita fight back to oust Malaysia; Indian archers make quarters in four events
The Indian recurve mixed pair archery duo of Atanu Das and Ankita Bhakat showed tenacity to defeat Malayasia in a three-setter and sail into quarterfinals at the Asian Games here on Monday.
Indian archers stormed into last-eight in three team events — recurve mixed, compound mixed, compound men’s team — when the elimination round got underway at the Fuyang Yinhu Sports Centre here.
As of now, India are in medal contention in four events with the top-seeded women’s team compound archers getting a bye into the quarters.
Fifth seeded Indian duo of Das and Ankita rallied to beat Malaysian team of Syaqiera Binti Mashayikh, Muhamad Zarif Syahir Bin Zolkepeli 6-2 (39-38, 37-36, 39-33).
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates:‘T-20 ideal format to be part of Olympics’, Ex-cricketer VVS Laxman
Former India cricketer VVS Laxman hoped that in the near future cricket become part of the Olympics. He also called T-20 an ideal format to be part of Olympics.
While speaking to news agency ANI, he said, “…I think, the T-20 format is an ideal format and to be part of the Olympics, I hope that, in the near future, cricket will become part of the Olympics, and, all the cricketers will get an opportunity to represent the country and win medals for the country in the Olympics…”
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India’s Tejaswin Shankar stays overall 5th in decathlon
India’s Tejaswin Shankar produced a season best effort in shot put to be placed fifth in the overall standings with two events left in men’s decathlon at the Asian Games here on Monday.
The 24-year-old, who had won a bronze at the Commonwealth Games in high jump last year, came up with an effort of 13.39m in shot put to be at the fifth place.
He also produced a personal best effort of 11.12m to register a fourth place finish in the 100m race, while topping the standings in long jump with an effort of 7.37m.
Tejaswin now has 2428 points in the overall standings. He amassed 903 points from long jump, 834 from 100m race and 691 in shot put.
He will participate in high jump and 400 race events later in the day.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Canoeing, kayaking updates
India’s canoers and kayakers endured a disappointing outing as none of them managed to secure a podium finish despite featuring in four finals at the Asian Games on Monday. Niraj Verma finished seventh in the men’s single canoe 1000m with a timing of 4:36.314s. The Indian team of Ribason Singh Ningthoujam and Philem Gyaneshwor Singh finished eighth in the men’s canoe double 500m final, clocking 1:54.723s. The Indian women’s teams finished last in the kayak double 500m and canoe double 500m finals. While the duo of Binita Chanu Oinam and Parvathy Geetha clocked 2:07.440s in the kayak double 500m, Megha Pradeep logged 2:17.614s in the canoe double 500m.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Jyoti Tokas, Yash Kumar Chauhan make QF exit, India return empty-handed in kurash
The Indian campaign in kurash ended without any medal at the Asian Games with Jyoti Tokas and Yash Kumar Chauhan enduring one-sided losses in their respective quarterfinals here on Monday. Chauhan’s men’s 90kg bout against Sadegh Azarang failed to last the distance as the Iranian inflicted a ‘khalol’ — comprehensive victory with 10 points — to secure a 10-0 win. The bout is stopped midway if there’s a ‘khalol’ by one of the opponents. The arbitrator announces the “appraisal in case if the throw on back is done by a beautiful and accurate motion”.
Earlier in the women’s 87kg quarterfinal, Jyoti was no match for her Iranian opponent Melika Omid Vandchaly, who won 3-0 securing three ‘chala’.
Chala is a minor throw down on the opponent that garners one point.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Das-Ankita fight back to ousts Malaysia; Indian archers make quarters in four events
The Indian recurve mixed pair archery duo of Atanu Das and Ankita Bhakat showed tenacity to defeat Malayasia in a three-setter and sail into quarterfinals at the Asian Games here on Monday. Indian archers stormed into last-eight in three team events — recurve mixed, compound mixed, compound men’s team — when the elimination round got underway at the Fuyang Yinhu Sports Centre.
As of now, India are in medal contention in four events with the top-seeded women’s team compound archers getting a bye into the quarters.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Archery teams in Quarterfinals
Archery teams have advanced to the Quarterfinals:
-Men’s Recurve Team defeated Hong Kong for a score of 6-0
-Men’s Compound Team defeated Singapore for a score of 235-219
-Compound Mixed Team Defeated UAE for a score of 159 – 151
-Recurve Mixed Team defeated Malaysia with a for a score of 6–2
-Women’s Recurve Team defeated Thailand for a score of 5-1
-Women’s Compound team finished first in the ranking in the qualification round.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Kurash update
The 21-year-old Yash Kumar Chauhan lost 10-0 in the men’s -90kg quarter-final against Islamic Republic of Iran’s Sadegh Azarang, 21. Featuring in her second Asian Games, Jyoti Tokas was also defeated 3-0 in the women’s -87kg quarter-final against Iranian opposition in Melika Omid Vandchaly.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: 87kg Kurash update
Jyoti Tokas loses quarterfinal, the final score reads 3-0 in favour of Iranian Melika Omid Vandchaly.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Men’s 800m final
Indian athletes Mohammed Afsal Pulikkalakath and Krishnan Kumar secured direction qualification for the men’s 800m final at the Asian Games 2023. Mohammed Afsal, a South Asian Games silver medallist, clocked 1:46.79, the best overall in the heats. Asian Championships silver medallist Krishnan Kumar, meanwhile, finished with the eighth-best time (1:49.45). The men’s 800m final is scheduled for tomorrow at 5:55 PM IST.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Sepaktakraw
India won 21-7, 21-15 in 38 minutes against Singapore in the men’s quadrant sepaktakraw match at the Asian Games 2023. In their final two group matches, India play the Philippines at 12:30 PM today, followed by taking on the Republic of Korea tomorrow at 6:30 AM IST.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Men’s canoe single 1000m final
India’s Niraj Verma clocked 4:36.314 in the men’s canoe single 1000m final, finishing seventh in the final at Hangzhou 2023. Chinese Taipei’s Kuan-Chieh Lai won gold while Vladlen Denisov of Uzbekistan and Timofey Yemelyanov of Kazakhstan clinched silver and bronze, respectively.
India will also race in the women’s canoe double and kayak double 500m finals today.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: India finish last in equestrian eventing jumping team and individual final at Asian Games
Indian riders had a disappointing time in the equestrian team and individual jumping final as they lost out on the medal race to finish at the last position at the Asian Games here on Monday.
With total penalties of 1077.20 — far greater than any of the competitors in the discipline — the Indian team finished at the fifth and the last spot in the discipline as China claimed the gold medal with total penalties of 86.80.
Japan took the silver with 92.70, while Thailand claimed the bronze medal with 93.90.
The Indian team comprised Vikas Kumar, Apurva Dabhade and Ashish Limaye, who was eliminated from the cross country on Saturday for missing two jumps during the event.
In the individual event, Vikas narrowly missed out on a place in the top three as he finished fourth with his horse Noreway Harry, earning total penalties of 32.40 in dressage and 8.80 in cross country.
Dabadhe was placed 12th with his horse Valtho Des Peupliers with 29.60 in total penalties in dressage and no points in cross country.
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Athletics Update
Asian Games 2023 Live Updates: Vithya Ramraj equals PT Usha’s national record of 55.42 in Women’s 400m hurdles
Vithya Ramraj clocks 55.42 seconds in women’s 400m hurdles heat, equals PT Usha’s national record of 55.42 set in 1984 Olympics
Asian Games 2023 Day 9 Live Updates: Indian men’s, women’s teams capture bronze medal in speed skating 3000 m relay
India wins back-to-back bronze medals in sport as the men’s and Women’s speed skating 3000 m relay team secured the third position in the final as well. The India skating contingent captured its first medal at the ongoing Asian Games in Hangzhou as the women’s speed skating 3000 m relay team consisting of Heeral Sadhu, Kartika Jagadeeswaran and Aarathy Kasturi Raj secured a bronze medal in the final on Monday. The men’s speed skating 3000 m relay team secured the third position in the final as well with Aryan Pal, Anand Kumar, Siddhant, and Vikram. With the timings of 4:34.861 minutes, India managed to secure a bronze medal. The gold medal went to Chinese Taipei (4:19.447 minutes) and the silver went to South Korea (4:21.146 minutes).
India’s medal tally has now gone up to 55 medals, comprising 13 gold, 21 silver, and 21 bronze. The roller skating events started on September 30 and will end on October 7.
Asian Games 2023 Day 9 Live Updates: Men’s 400m hurdles final
India’s Santhosh Kumar and Yashas P have qualified for the men’s 400m hurdles final.
Asian Games 2023 Day 9 Live Updates: Men’s high jump final
Jesse Sandesh and Sarvesh Anil Kushare have qualified for men’s high jump final. Both finished at 9th place in qualification with 2.10m. Top 12 or automatic mark of 2.26m advance to final.
Asian Games 2023 Day 9 Live Updates: India bags bronze in Men’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay
Aryan Pal, Anand Kumar, Siddhant, and Vikram have rolled their way to BRONZE in the Men’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay, clocking an incredible time of 4:10.128
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