After pocketing ten medals on Day 8 of the Asian Games, the Indian contingent continued their good run on day 9 of the Games. Khushbir Singh won a Silver in the 20 KM walk and set the tone for India in the day. India won their fourth Gold of the Games through wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt in the men’s 65 Kg categories. Women’s puligilists too made it the semis of their respective categories and assured atleaset a Bronze medal for India. Here is the complete results of Indians on Day 9 of the Asian Games.


India lost to Japan in the Recurve Women’s Team Bronze Medal Match.


Khushbir Singh wins Silver in Women’s 20km Race Walk.

Manju Bala wins Bronze in Women’s Hammer Throw Final.

MR Poovamma wins Bronze in Women’s 400m Final.

Arokia Raj wins Bronze in Men’s 400m Final.

K T Irfan and Ganapathi Krishnan failed to finish in the top 3 of the Men’s 20km Race Walk Final.


India go down 70-37 to Japan in the Women’s Quarterfinal.


All three women boxers – Pooja, Mary Kom and Sarita Devi – are now in semis.

L Devendro Singh reaches the quarter finals of Men’s Light Fly 49kg.


Yashaan Zubin Khambatta qualifies for the finals of Induvidual jumping event.


India lost 32-25 to UAE and finished 15th in the Men’s event.

India lose to Uzbekistan 44-26 in the Women’s 5-8 Classification.


Women’s Team Preliminary Group A: India beat Bangladesh 29-18.
Men’s Team Preliminary Group A: India beat Bangladesh 30-15.


Yuki Bhambri loses 6-3, 2-6, 1-6 to Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka in tennis men’s singles semis, gets bronze.

India’s Divij Sharan and Yuji Bhambri lose to Korea’s Hyeon Chung and Yongkyu Lim in the tennis doubles semis and settles for Bronze.

Men’s Doubles: Sanam Singh-Saketh Myneni are through to the finals.

Mixed Doubles: Sania Mirza-Saketh Myneni are through to the finals.


Men’s Team Preliminary Round Group B: Korea beat India 3-0.
Women’s Team Preliminary Round Group A: China thrash India 3-0.


Men’s Play-off Group E: South Korea beat India 3-0.


Yogeshwar Dutt Wins a Gold Medal in the men’s 65 Kg category.

Satyawart Kadiyan loses in the Bronze medal match in the men’s 97 Kg category. 

Babita Kumari loses in the Bronze medal match in the women’s 55 Kg category.

Jyoti loses to Mongolia’s Burmaa Ochirbat in quarter finals of the women’s 75 Kg. 


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