Hangzhou: The men’s 10m air pistol team of Sarabjot Singh, Arjun Singh Cheema and Shiv Narwal won the bronze medal here on Thursday. asian games In gold medal Won. While Wushu player Naorem Roshibina Devi won silver and horse rider Anush Aggarwala won bronze, giving India its first medal in the individual dressage event. Sarabjot, Cheema and Shiv Narwal defeated the Chinese team in a very close match and secured the top position, thereby helping India win its fourth gold medal in shooting. Indian shooters have so far won four gold, four silver and five bronze medals in the current games. India is at fifth position in the medal table by winning a total of 25 medals including six gold, eight silver and 11 silver.
The shooting team did wonders
The Indian shooting trio scored a total of 1734 points in the qualification, which was one more than the Chinese team. Sarabjot scored 580, Cheema scored 578 and Narwal scored 576 in qualification. Sarabjot Singh and Arjun Singh Cheema, who made it to the finals of the individual event, failed to win medals. Sarabjot and Cheema finished fourth and eighth respectively in the final of eight shooters. In the skeet mixed team event, the pair of Anant Jeet Singh Naruka and Ganimat Sekhon were out of the medal race after finishing seventh among eight teams in the qualification.
Naorem Roshibina won silver
Sarabjot, who was going to celebrate his 22nd birthday on Saturday, gave himself a gift in the form of a team gold medal. This is India’s third gold medal in the shooting team event. Earlier, the Indian team has won gold medals in the 10 meter air rifle and women’s 25 meter pistol events. Naorem Roshibina won the silver medal in the women’s 60kg Wushu Sanda final after losing 0-2 to local contender Wu Xiaowei. He dedicated this medal to the victims of Manipur violence. Roshibina’s home state Manipur has been battling violence since May this year.
Anush Aggarwala won bronze
Roshibina won the bronze medal in the Jakarta Games in 2018. Roshibina had ensured at least a silver medal by defeating World Championship silver and bronze medalist Thi Thu Thui Nguyen of Vietnam 2-0 on Wednesday. Whereas in horse riding, Anush Aggarwala gave India its first historic individual dressage medal in the Asiad. Aggarwala, riding on ‘Etro’, scored 73.030 points which placed him third and thus won his second medal in the Asiad.
India won individual medal for the first time in dressage
India has won 13 Asian Games medals in equestrian events since 1951, including the dressage team gold medal won here on Tuesday. But before this India had never won an individual medal in dressage. Hriday Vipul Chheda, the other Indian participating in the event, could not reach the medal event as his horse Chemxpro Emerald was seen bleeding on his left leg. In hockey, with the help of two goals from young striker Abhishek, India defeated defending champions Japan 4-2 and took strong steps towards the semi-finals by registering their third consecutive win. India will face arch-rival Pakistan in its next match of Pool A on Saturday.
Abhishek did wonders in hockey
Abhishek (13th, 48th minute) scored two field goals. Other goals for India were scored by Mandeep Singh (24th) and Amit Rohidas (34th). Japan made a comeback in the last five minutes of the fourth and final quarter and reduced the margin of defeat with the help of goals from Genki Mitani (57th) and Ryoshi Kato (60th). Thursday proved to be a good day for Indian tennis in which Ramkumar Ramanathan and Saketh Myneni entered the finals of men’s doubles category, while the mixed pair of Rohan Bopanna and Rutuja Bhosale also secured a medal by reaching the semi-finals.
Rohan Boppana and Yuki Bhambri added out
The second seeded pair of Myneni and Ramkumar defeated Korea’s Seongchan Hong and Soonwoo Kwon 6-1, 6-7, 10-0 in the semi-finals and made it to the gold medal match. Now the Indian team will face the Chinese Taipei pair in the final on Friday. This will be Myneni’s second Asiad medal. In 2014, she won the gold medal in the mixed doubles event with Sania Mirza. This will be the first Asiad medal for Ramkumar. India had also won the men’s doubles title in Jakarta last time when the pair of Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan won the final. This time the pair of Bopanna and Yuki Bhambri was out.
Medal table after fifth day in Asian Games
Country – Gold – Silver – Bronze – Total
China – 90 – 51 – 26 – 167
The. Korea – 24 – 23 – 39 – 86
Japan – 18 – 30 – 30 – 78
Uzbekistan – 6 – 10 – 15 – 31
India – 06 – 08 – 11 – 25
Thailand – 06 – 03 – 09 – 18
Hong Kong – 05 – 12 – 15 – 32
Chinese Taipei – 04 – 04 – 06 – 14
Iran – 03 – 09 – 10 – 22
A. Korea – 03 – 05 – 04 – 12