India at 2018 Asian Games: All Day 2 Results

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NEW DELHI: Wrestler Vinesh Phogat led India on the second day of the 18th edition of Asian Games with her maiden gold medal while shooters Deepak Kumar and Lakshay clinched silver medals in 10m air rifle and trap events respectively. India finished the day with an overall tally of five medals consisting two gold, two silver and one bronze.

Here is the list of India’s results on Day 2.

Wrestling (Women’s Freestyle 50 kg Qualifications)

Vinesh Phogat – Gold

Shooting (10m Air Rifle Men)

Deepak Kumar – Silver

Ravi Kumar – 4th

Shooting (Trap Men)

Lakshay – Silver

Manavjit Singh Sandhu – 4th

Shooting (Trap Women Qualification – Day 2)

Seema Tomar finishes 6th

Shreyasi Singh finishes 7th

Hockey (Men’s Team)

India beat Indonesia 17-0 in Pool A

Sepaktakraw (Men’s Team Regu)

India beat Iran to progress into semifinals

Rowing (Men’s Lightweight Double Sculls Heats)

Rohit Kumar, Bhagwan Singh finish second, make it to the repechage round

Swimming (Men’s 200m Individual Medley Heat 3)

Neel Roy finishes 5th

Badminton (Women’s Team quarterfinals)

India lose 1-3 to Japan

Rowing (Men’s Lightweight Single Sculls Heats)

Dushyant finishes 1st, reaches final

Swimming (Men’s 800m Freestyle Heat 1)

Advait Page finishes third, fails to qualify for final

Taekwondo (Women -53 kg Round of 16)

Latika Bhandari loses 22-24 to Sin Yi Law of Hong Kong, China

Wushu (Women’s Taijiquan & Taijijian All-Round Gold Medal round)

Sanatombi Chanu Leimapokpam finishes 8th

Wushu (Men’s Daoshu & Gunshu All-Round)

Chirag Sharma finishes 8th

Wushu (Men’s Nanquan & Nangun All-Round)

Punshiva Meitei Mayanglambam finishes 17th

Sajan Lama finishes 19th

Swimming (Men’s 50m Backstroke Heat 1)

Srihari Nataraj, Arvind Mani fail to qualify for final

Shooting (10m Air Rifle Women)

Apurvi Chandela finishes 5th in final

Elavenil Valarivan fails to qualify for final

Kabaddi (Women’s Team)

India beat Thailand 33-23 in Group A

Rowing (Men’s Lightweight Eight Heat 2)

India finish second and make it to repechage round

Basketball (Women’s Basketball 5x5Preliminary: Group A – Game 7)

India lose 54-104 to Unified Korea

Rowing (Men’s Quadruple Sculls Heats)

India finish top, qualify for final

Tennis (Women’s Singles Round of 32)

Ankita Raina beats Gumulya Beatrice of Indonesia 6-2, 6-4

Kamran Kaur Thandi beats Jargal Altansarnai of Mongolia 6-1, 6-0

Swimming (Men’s 4x200m Freestyle Relay)

India finish last in final

Rowing (Women’s Four Heats)

India finish last, move to repechage round

Handball (Men’s Main Round: Group 3 – Match 2)

India beat Malaysia 45-19

Tennis (Men’s Singles Round of 32)

Prajnesh Gunneswaran beats Indonesia’s M Rifqi Fitriadi 6-2, 6-0

Ramkumar Ramanathan beats Hong Kit Wong of Hong Kong, China’s 6-0, 7-6

Tennis (Women’s Doubles Round of 32)

Ankita Raina-Prarthana Thombare beat Sarah Khan Mahboob-Ushna Suhail of Pakistan 6-0, 6-0

Wrestling (Men’s Freestyle 125 kg Qualifications)

Sumit Malik loses in bronze medal bout

Wrestling (Women’s Freestyle 57 kg)

Pooja Dhanda loses in bronze medal bout

Wrestling (Women’s Freestyle 53 kg)

Pinki loses in round of 16

Wrestling (Women’s Freestyle 62 kg)

Sakshi Malik loses in bronze medal bout

Tennis (Women’s Doubles Round of 32)

Rutuja Bhosale-Pranjala Yadlapall lose 6-3, 4-6, 9-11 to Thailand’s Nicha Lertpitaksinchai/Peangtarn Plipuech

Badminton (Men’s Team quarterfinals)

India lose 1-3 to Indonesia

Tennis (Men’s Doubles Round of 32)

Rohan Bopanna-Divij Sharan beat David Agung Susanto/Ignatius Anthony Susanto of Indonesia 6-3, 6-3

Sumit Nagal-Ramkumar Ramanathan beat Samrakshyak Bhushan Bajracharya/Abhishek Bastola of Nepal 6-1, 6-1

Volleyball (Men’s Team)

India beat Hong Kong, China 3-0 in Pool F

Kabaddi (Men’s Team)

India lose 23-24 to Korea in Group A

Artistic Gymnastics Men’s Qualification (Subdivision 3)

India finish 9th

Wushu (Men’s Sanda -56kg Round of 16)

Santosh Kumar beats Zaid Ali of Yemen 2-0

Wushu (Men’s Sanda -60kg Round of 16)

Surya Bhanu Pratrap Singh beats Abdul Haris of Indonesia 2-1

Wushu (Men’s Sanda -65kg Round of 16)

Narender Grewal

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