Asian Games 2023 Day 12, October 5, Updated Results: India win gold in archery compound, squash mixed doubles
Saurav Ghosal added a silver to extend his medal-winning run.
India achieved a significant milestone at the Asian Games 2023, securing a total of 86 medals, including three gold, one silver, and one bronze. Notably, the Indian compound archers made a mark with the men’s team winning their second Asian Games title, while the women’s team secured their first.
Dipika Pallikal and Harinder Pal Sandhu created history by winning the first-ever squash mixed doubles tournament. Saurav Ghosal, on the other hand, secured a silver medal, becoming the first Indian player to achieve five consecutive squash singles medals.
Antim Panghal, in her Asian Games debut, won a bronze medal, adding to her recent success at the World Wrestling Championship. However, Pooja Gehlot, Mansi Ahlawat, and Naveen couldn’t secure wrestling bronze medals.
In badminton, HS Prannoy’s victory over former world No. 2 Lee Zii Jia in the quarterfinals assured him of his first Asian Games medal. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty also secured a medal in men’s doubles. Unfortunately, two-time Olympic medallist PV Sindhu lost in the quarter-finals to China’s He Bingjiao.
The Indian men’s kabaddi team secured a medal and a semi-final spot by defeating Chinese Taipei and Japan. In contrast, the Indian women’s hockey team faced a 0-4 defeat against China in the semi-finals, failing to secure an Olympic quota.
Meanwhile, the Indian chess teams were in a silver medal position with two rounds remaining. The day also featured events in athletics, archery, canoeing, jiu-jitsu, sepak takraw, roller skating, soft tennis, sports climbing, and wrestling.
For a detailed overview of all Indian events and results on Asian Games 2023 Day 12 (October 5), read on:
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Detailed results of all India events in Asian Games 2023 Day 12, October 5
Belliappa Appachangada Bo and Man Singh (Men’s Marathon): Man Singh finished 8th, Belliappa Appachangada Bo finished 12th.
- India secured a victory against Hong Kong in the Compound Women’s Team Final.
- India emerged victorious against Korea in the Compound Men’s Team Final.
- He Bing Jiao (China) defeated Pusarla Venkata Sindhu (Women’s Singles Quarterfinal).
- Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty secured a win in Men’s Doubles Quarterfinal.
- Haseena Sunil Kumar Prannoy won against Lee Zii Jia (Malaysia) in Men’s Singles Quarterfinal.
The Indian men’s bridge team faced a tough battle against Hong Kong China in the final at the Asian Games 2023.
- Vishal Kewat (Men’s Canoe Heats) finished 11th at heat 1 and finished 4th at heat 2.
In chess, India had mixed results in the men’s and women’s team events against Vietnam and Kazakhstan, respectively.
- India faced a 0-4 defeat against China in the Women’s Semifinal.
- India defeated Chinese Taipei (Men’s Team Group A).
- India secured a victory against Japan (Men’s Team Group A).
- Kamal Singh and Tarun Yadav faced eliminations in the Men’s 62KG category.
- Odgerel Batbayar (Mongolia) won against Navya Pandey (Women’s 48KG category).
- In Women’s 48KG category, Guanshan Wu (China) won against Anwesha Deb.
- Thailand secured a victory against India in the Men’s Preliminary Group B.
- Vietnam won against India in the Women’s Preliminary Group A.
- Merlin Dhanam Charles and Sheryasi Joshi participated in Women’s Inline Freestyle Skating Speed Slalom Preliminary First Run, finishing 12th and 13th, respectively.
India’s mixed doubles teams in soft tennis finished third in their respective groups, ending their campaign in Hangzhou.
- Saniya Farooque Shaikh and Shivani Charak participated in Women’s Boulder and Lead Qualification-Boulder, finishing 17th and 18th, respectively.
- Bharath Stephen Pereira Kamath and Aman Verma participated in Men’s Boulder and Lead Qualification-Boulder, finishing 9th and 13th, respectively.
- Sourav Ghosal secured silver after facing Eain Yow Ng (Malaysia) in the Men’s Singles Final.
- Dipika Pallikal Karthik/Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu won gold in the Mixed Doubles Final.
- Antim clinched bronze in Women’s Freestyle 53KG.
- Pooja Gehlot won against Manlika Esati (Thailand) in Women’s Freestyle 50KG.
- Narinder Cheema faced defeat against Seyeol Lee (South Korea) in Men’s Greco-Roman 97KG.
- Mansi faced defeat against Tsugumi Sakurai (Japan) in Women’s Freestyle 57KG.
- Naveen faced defeat against Minseok KIM (South Korea) in Men’s Greco-Roman 130KG.
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