India Claims First Equestrian Gold Since 1982; Ibad Ali Takes Bronze; Total 14 Medals, 3 Gold

Equestrian: Gold Medal After 41 Years-title On the third day of the 19th Asian Games, India secured its third medal in equestrian sports. The Equestrian team won its first gold medal today. The team of Sudipti Hazela, Divyakriti Singh, Hriday Chheda, and Anush Agarwal brought home the gold medal for the country in equestrian after 41 years.

Sailing: Second Medal for India-title On the third day of the 19th Asian Games, India clinched its second medal in sailing. Ibad Ali won a bronze medal in men’s sailing. Earlier, Neha Thakur had won a silver medal with 28 points. India has now won its second medal of the day at the Asian Games, bringing its total medal count to 13, including two gold medals.

Swimming: National Record in Men’s 4×100 Meter Medley Relay-title In swimming, the men’s 4×100 meter medley relay team has reached the final with a national record. Ankita Raina has advanced to the quarterfinals in tennis. On the first Monday, India defeated Singapore 16-1 in hockey. Additionally, two judo players have secured their spots in the quarterfinals.

Hockey: India Defeats Singapore-title On the third day of the Asian Games, India started strongly in hockey, defeating Singapore 16-1. Harmanpreet Singh scored 4 goals, while Mandeep Singh scored 3. Additionally, Varun Kumar and Abhishek scored 2 goals each.

Judo: Two Players Reach Quarterfinals-title In judo, two Indian players have reached the quarterfinals. Talika Maan has made it to the quarterfinals in the 75 kg category, and Avtar Singh has reached the quarterfinals in the men’s 100 kg category. Both are hopeful of winning medals in their respective events.

Fencing: Bhavani Devi Advances to Pre-Quarterfinals-title Bhavani Devi has kept her hopes alive for a medal in fencing at the Asian Games. She has advanced to the pre-quarterfinals in individual saber.

Shooting: Fourth Place for Mixed 10m Air Rifle Team-title In the mixed 10m air rifle event, Indian shooters Ramiit and Divyansh Singh could only secure fourth place, missing out on a medal. However, there are more shooting events yet to come.

Six More Medals on the Second Day, Including Two Golds-title On the second day of the Asian Games, Indian athletes won a total of 6 medals, including two golds and four bronzes. The Indian women’s cricket team and the men’s team in 10m Air Rifle Shooting both secured gold medals. Bronze medals were won in shooting and rowing. On the first day, Indian athletes had won 3 silvers and 2 bronzes, bringing the total medal count to 5 on the opening day.

Third Day Sees Various Sports Performances-title On the third day, various sports events took place, leading to significant achievements for Indian athletes. These include equestrian, sailing, swimming, hockey, judo, fencing, and shooting events, with athletes making their mark in their respective fields.

Wushu: Surya Bhanu Pratap and Suraj Yadav in Quarterfinals-title In the sport of Wushu, Surya Bhanu Pratap and Suraj Yadav are set to compete in the quarterfinal matches. If they win, they will advance to the semifinals and finals.

Medal Hopes

Shooting: On Tuesday, events in 10-meter mixed team rifle shooting and 25-meter pistol for women, as well as events for both men and women in skeet shooting, will take place. Indian shooters, including Divyansh Singh Pawar, Ramiita, Ridham Sangwan, Manu Bhakar, Isha Singh, Angad Veer Singh Bajwa, Anantjeet Singh, Gurjot Singh, Ganimat Sekhon, Parinaz Dhaliwal, and Darhana Rathod, will be aiming for medals. Manu Bhakar is one of the contenders for a gold medal.

Fencing: Bhavani Devi will participate in the individual saber competition. Her performance is highly anticipated after qualifying from the preliminary rounds, and she will compete in the upcoming rounds.

In total, 109 Indian athletes across 15 different sports will showcase their talents on Tuesday. The largest number of athletes will be from men’s hockey, while fencing will have the fewest participants among the sports.

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