Marred with controversies, Day 12 of the 2014 Incheon Commonwealth Games saw India winning a Gold, a Silver and a couple of Bronze medals. India’s Champion Boxer MC Marykom won the Gold as her victory was marred by Sarita Devi’s gesture in the podium where she refused to accept her medal. PT Usha’s heir apparent Tintu Luka won silver in women’s 800m whereas Indian women’s hockey team and Javelin thrower Rani Annu won bronze in their respective events. With this, India have won 7 Golds, 9 Silvers and 33 Bronze in the Asian Games. Here is the complete results of Indians on Day 12 of the 2014 Asian Games.


Annu Rani won a Bronze in women’s Javelin throw event.

Tintu Luka wins Silver in women’s 800m event.

Mayookha Johny finished ninth in Women’s triple jump final.

Sajeesh Joseph finishes fourth in the men’s 800m final.

Ashwini Akkunji finish fourth in women’s 400m hurdles finals.

Jithin Paul disqualified for making a false start in men’s 400m hurdles finals.


Indian women finish sixth after losing to Kazakhstan 68-47 in the 5-6 place play-off.


MC Marykom wins a Gold in women’s 48-51 Kg category.


Indian women clinch bronze medal after beating Japan 2-1 in the Bronze Medal match.


China beat India 2-0 in the women’s Preliminary regu Group A match.


Nakul Malhotra goes down 1-2 against Elias Hedari of Lebanon in 87kg quarterfinal.

Anand Pandiarajan lost to Korea’s Yonghyun Park in 80kg Round of 16.


Soumyajit Ghosh wins 4-0 against Thavisack Phathaphone of Laos in men’s singles 1/32 elimination match.

Achanta Sharath Kamal loses 3-4 against Padasak Tanviriyavechakul of Thailand in men’s singles 1/32 elimination match.

Madhurika Patkar and Neha Aggarwal lose 2-11, 7-11, 6-11 against Yuling Zhu and Meng Chen of China in women’s doubles 1/16 elimination match.

Poulomi Ghatak and Ankita Das go down 3-0 against Youngsook Park and Haeun Yang of Korea in the women’s doubles 1/16 elimination.


India lost to Japan 2-3 in the Men’s quarterfinals.


Tulsi goes down to Khusrav Obloberdiev of Tajikistan.

India’s Gurpreet Singh defeats Bakhit Sharif K Badr of Qatar.


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