Day 11 of the 2014 Asian Games was marred by the controversy that surrounded Laishram Sarita Devi’s bout when the Indian women’s Boxer was robbed off her match by the judges who instead handed it over to the Korean opponent. The Big News from the day are Vikas Gowda’s Silver in men’s Discus throw along with three more Bronze Medals, MC Marykom’s entry to the Finals and Indian men’s Hockey team’s qualification to the finals. Here is the complete results of Indians who were in fray at the Asian Games.
Yashaan Zubin Khambatta finished 28 in the Jumping Individual Final Round A.
Sharath Kamal & Arputharaj Amalraj beat Nepal’s Purshottam Bajracharya & Amar Lal 3-1 in 1/32 elimination match.
India’s Harmeet Desai and Soumyajit Ghosh beat Yemen’s Omar Ahmed Ahmed and Mohammed Abdulhakim Fahd 3-0 in the doubles 1/32 elimination match.
Anthony Amalraj and Mudhurika Patkar had lost their mixed doubles 1/16 elimination match to Japan.
Women’s Semifinal Round for 5th—8th Place: Indian women lose 3-0 to Kazakhstan
Vikas Gowda settled for silver medal in Men’s Discus Throw with his highest throw of 62.58m.
India’s Tintu Luka qualifies for women’s 800m final by finishing top with a time of 2:04.28 in Heat 1.
Sushma Devi also qualifies for 800m final. She finished third in Heat 2.
Jithin Paul qualifies for the Men’s 400 Hurdles Final.
Ashwini Akkunji qualified for the Finals of women’s 400m Hurdles.
Sajeesh Joseph finishes third in Men’s 800m Round 1 Heats.
MC Marykom qualifies for the Finals of the Women’s Fly (48—51kg) category.
Sarita Devi settles for Bronze in the Women’s Light (57—60kg) category after losing the Semifinals.
Pooja Rani lost the Women’s Middle (69—75kg) Semifinals and settles for Bronze.
Vikas Krishan beats Uzbekistan’s Hurshidbek Normatov 3-0 in men’s middle (75kg) quarters and assures atleast a Bronze.
Satish Kumar advances top semis after defeating Eishaish Hussein of Jordan 2-1 in super heavyweight (+91kg) and assures a medal.
Devendro Singh lost the Quarter Finals of the Men’s Light Fly (46—49kg) category.
Shiva Thapa knocked out after losing 3-0 to Mario Fernandez of Philippines in Bantamweight (56kg) quarter-final.
Women’s Classification 7th—8th Place: India lost to Thailand 30-31.
India beat South Korea 1-0 in the Men’s semifinals to book a date with Pakistan.
Indian women’s team defeats South Korea 45-26 in a Group A match.
Indian men’s team thrash Pakistan 23-11 in a Group A match.
Koreans defeat India 21-13, 21-6 in the men’s regu preliminary match.
Malaysia defeat India 24-22, 21-18 in the men’s regu preliminary match.
In the women’s group A preliminary round, India were beaten by Laos 16-21, 14-21.
Indian duo of Varsha/Aishwara win Bronze for India in 29er – Women’s Two Person Dinghy
Ahmad Mairaj finishes 5th in skeet final. The 38-year-old shooter loves to hunt as a hobby and previously finished seventh in the team event.
Women —53 kg Round of 16: Latika Bhandari lost to Radzhabova Farzona (Tajikistan).
Indian trio of Ravinder Singh, Krishnakant Yadav and Harpreet Singh failed to make it to win a medal in their respective categories of the men’s Greeco-Roman Wrestling.