India had a pretty decent day in the Asian Games as they won three Bronze medals in shooting and a silver in Squash. India also have a chance to convert two Bronze to Silver/Gold in Wushu which is scheduled to take place later tonight. Here is the complete round up of Indians in Day 4 of the Asian Games. 

Basket Ball:

India lost to Philippines 76-85 in the men’s Group B clash.


Men’s Pool B Match 6: India beat Oman 7-0 


Men’s Double Sculls Repechage 2: India’s Om Prakash and Dattu Baban Bhokanal finish top with South Korea coming second in Men’s Double Sculls Repechage 2 at Chungju Tangeum Lake Rowing Center.

Men’s Single Sculls Repechage 1: India’s Sawarn Singh finishes 1st in Men’s Single Sculls Repechage 1 at Chungju Tangeum Lake Rowing Center.

Lightweight Men’s Quadruple Sculls Repechage 1: India’s Rakesh Raliya, Vikram Singh, Sonu Laxmi Narain and Shokendar Tomar finish second.


Abhinav Bindra, Sanjeev Rajput and Ravi Kumar won Bronze in men’s 10 m Air Pistol team event.

Harpreet Singh, Gurpreet Singh and Pemba Tamang won Bronze in men’s 25 m Air Pistol team event.

Abhinav Bindra wins a Bronze in men’s 10 M Air Pistol event.

India’s Seema Tomar. Shreyasi Singh, and Shagun Chowdhary finished sixth in the Trap Women’s Team Finals.


Saurav Goshal settles for a Silver Medal after losing to Kuwait’s Abdullah Al Muzayen 10-12, 2-11, 14-12, 11-8, 11-9 in the men’s SF clash.


Anshul Kothari, Sajan Prakash and Saurabh Sangvekar failed to qualify for the Semi Finals of their respective events.

Weight Lifting:

Men’s 77kg Group B event: Ravi Kumar Katulu finishes at second place with a total lift of 313kg (141kg snatch + 172kg clean & jerk) in Men’s 77kg Group B event.

Women’s 63kg Group A: Punam Yadav finished seventh and failed to qualify for the next round.


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