Asian Games, Day 12 LIVE Updates: Paddler Mouma Das crashes out in Round of 32; Manika Batra to play later: Well, we have very great news for you because reports are coming to that teenager guy Lakshay grabbed the silver for our nation as he grabbed it in Men’s Trap. Also, you all should know that Vinesh Phogat is going to grab Gold at least we are hoping for that. Overall, we are expecting that India is going to be in good this year, as you all may know that we already have 1 Gold, 2 silvers, and 1 bronze medal in out telly.
Asian Games 2018, Day 12 Live Updates
She fought through an infected tooth to win India a historic gold in the heptathlon
Heptathlete Swapna Barman’s family went wild cheering her gold at the 2018 Asian Games.
In what has been a pleasant surprise, India have also won medals in disciplines like equestrian (two medals), kurash (two medals), bridge (two medals), wushu (four medals) and sepaktakraw (one).
In case you’re wondering, India have won 54 medals so far after 11 days of intense competition.
Thursday is the last day of the athletics events and India’s track and field athletes have raked in 14 medals so far — five golds while the remaining are silvers.
India’s shooters have been the second-most successful contingent, winning nine medals. Two of these nine medals are golds, four are silvers while the rest are bronze medals.
Here’s what India’s medals tally looks like:
After the end of the first round of the jumping individual final:
30. Zahan Kevic Setalvad
36. Kaevaan Kevic Setalvad
Chetan Reddy Nukala – eliminated
Mouma Das ousted
To be fair, the fourth game was evenly poised but then Chen surged ahead to win it.
The Chinese Taipei paddler outclasses Mouma 11-6, 11-5, 11-6, 11-6 to enter the last eight of the women’s singles section.
Chen continues to dominate as she wraps up the third game effortlessly.
Das 0-2 Chen
Despite showing some fight, Mouma loses the second game 5-11 to the ultra-aggressive Chen. The Chinese Taipei paddler is just unstoppable.
Das 0-1 Chen
India’s Mouma Das loses the first game to Chen Szuyu 6-11, who plays aggressively and bags the last four points in a flash.
Triple jumper Arpinder Singh could afford to run through his last attempt, secure in the knowledge that it would bring the curtain down after establishing himself as champion.
Judoka Garima Choudhary eliminated
India’s premier judoka Garima Choudhary has crashed out of the women’s 70 kg event after losing her Round of 16 bout against Uzbekistan’s Gulnoza Matniyazova.
Deborah and Aleena crash out
India’s cyclists Deborah Herold and Aleena Reji have crashed out from the women’s sprint event. While Herold lost her pre-quarter-final race against Jessica Lee Hoi Yan — finishing 0.703 secs behind the Hong Kong cyclist — Aleena Reji came 0.852 seconds behind Hong Kong’s Sze Wai Lee, who set an Asian Games record with a time of 10.583 seconds to top the qualification.
India’s Harshdeep Singh Brar loses to Korea’s Lee Seungsu in the men’s 81 kg elimination R-16 match after receiving three shido penalties for minor violations.
Harshdeep enters R-16
India’s Harshdeep Singh Brar beats Sri Lanka’s Rajitha Pushpa Kumara after scoring an ippon, or one full point in his men’s -81kg elimination Round of 32 bout
India’s Deborah Herold is ranked 12th in the women’s sprint qualification after posting a time of 11.775. Meanwhile, compatriot Aleena Reji was last in the 16-women field with a time of 12.339.
This means Aleena will face off against Hong Kong’s Sze Wai Lee, who set an Asian Games record with a time of 10.583 seconds to top the qualification.
Sandeep Kumar disqualified
Unfortunately for India, Sandeep Kumar has been disqualified at the halfway mark of the men’s 50km racewalk event. He lost contact with the ground thrice during his race — which earned him three green cards and a consequent disqualification under IAAF’s rule 230.7c.
Saina in action against home favourite
India’s Saina Nehwal is in action right now in a Round-of-16 match against Indonesia’s Fitriani Fitriani.
Anish Bhanwala, Shivam Shukla crash out
With a score of 576 after the two qualifying stages, Anish Bhanwala failed to make it to the finals of the 25m rapid fire pistol event. Compatriot Shivam Shukla finished two spots lower at 11th with a score of 569, and will also not make it to the six-man finals.
Men’s high jump update
India’s Chethan Balasubramanya has made the cut for the final of the men’s high jump event. He was fifth in his group, but his second attempt of 2.15m sealed qualification for him.
Arokia eased off at the end, but still makes the cut
Rajiv Arokia easing off at the end to finish 2nd in the heats with a timing of 46.28. Qatar’s Hassan taking first spot with 46.28. Arokia looked to be pulling away at the 300 mark but then Hassan with powerful strides ate up the track, himself slowing down the pace in the last 50m. Arokia not going all out and looking to qualify eased off at the end. Indians, Anas and Arokia through to the next round.
Rajiv Arokia join Anas
Rajiv Arokia joins Muhammed Anas in the semi-finals of the men’s 400m event after posting a time of 46.82 secs in his heat.
Men’s 400m update
Rajiv Arokia is up next in Heat 4 of the 400m. 45.92m at the 2014 Asian Games which gave him a bronze. Muhammed Anas has already qualified with a run of 45.63.
Smooth run from Muhammed Anas Yahiya
Muhammed Anas Yahiya has topped his heat with a timing of 45.63 secs. He has qualified for the semi-finals of the men’s 400m event.
India enter quarters
India are through to the quarters of the men’s team archery event after beating Vietnam 5-3. The Indian team — consisting of Atanu Das, Jagdish Choudhary and Viswash — won the first and third sets, while the fourth was tied.
Men’s team seize lead in pre-quarter-final
In men’s recurve archery, the Indian team of Atanu Das, Jagdish Choudhary and Viswash have taken a 4-2 lead over their Vietnamese rivals in the pre-quarter-final encounter.
High jump update
Meanwhile, at the GBK Stadium, India’s Chetan Balasubramanya will be in action in the men’s high jump qualifiers
Women’s archery team progresses
Indian women’s recurve team — Deepika Kumari, Promila Daimari and Ankita Bhakat — have entered the quarter-finals with a 5-3 win over Mongolia. They will face Chinese Taipei next.
Another teenager shining in shooting
Great news coming in from the shooting ranges in Palembang! 15-year-old Anish Bhanwala is third at the moment in the second stage of qualification in the 25 pistol event with a score of 293. He shot 97, 99, 97 in his three series.
Hello and welcome to our live blog of Day 7 of the Asian Games, being held at Jakarta and Palembang. India are currently eighth in the medals table having won 25 medals, six of which are gold.
With India’s track and field contingent taking the field for the first time on Saturday, expect more medals to fall in India’s kitty.
Live updates of Asian Games 2018, Day 2 straight from Jakarta, Indonesia19:15 IST: Sakshi Malik loses her Women’s Freestyle 62 kg bronze medal match 2-12 to DPR Korea’s Jong Sim Rim
19:10 IST: Sakshi Malik is in action against DPR Korea’s Jong Sim Rim in Women’s Freestyle 62 kg bronze medal match
18:52 IST: GOAL! Simranjeet Singh scores as India 5-0 lead against Indonesia in Men’s Tournament Pool A hockey match
18:49 IST: GOAL! Akashdeep Singh scores in 10th minute as India take 4-0 lead against Indonesia in Men’s Tournament Pool A hockey match.
18:44 IST: Heartbreak for Pooja Dhanda as she loses her women’s freestyle 57 kg bronze medal match to Japan’s Katsuki Sakagami
18:37 IST: Pooja Dhanda is in action against Japan’s Katsuki Sakagami in Women’s Freestyle 57 kg bronze medal match
18:27 IST: Vinesh, who won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games 2018 at Gold Coast, defeated her Japanese opponent 6-2.
17:51 IST: GOLD! Vinesh Phogat wins gold in women’s freestyle 50 kg category. This is India’s second gold medal at the Games.
17:50 IST: 40 seconds to go. Vinesh leads 4-1
17:46 IST: Vinesh takes 4-0 lead against her Japanese opponent.
17:45 IST: WRESTLING: Vinesh Phogat is in action against Japan’s Yuki Irie in Women’s Freestyle 50 kg gold medal match
17:32 IST: TENNIS: Sumit Nagal/Ramkumar Ramanathan register a 6-1, 6-1 win over Nepal’s Bastola/Bajracharya in Men’s tennis doubles event, through to pre-quarterfinals
17:00 IST: The Indian team is in action in Subdivision 3 of the Qualification round for artistic gymnastics
16:48 IST: Volleyball Men’s event update
India beat Hong Kong 27-25, 25-22, 25-19 in men’s Pool F match
16:25 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy lose 14-21, 18-21 to Indonesia’s Muhammad Ardianto-Fajar Alfian in the men’s doubles tie
India knocked out after losing 1-3 against Indonesia
16:17 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy lead 11-8 at mid-game interval of second game against Muhammad Ardianto-Fajar Alfian in the men’s doubles tie
16:08 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy lose first game 14-21 to Indonesia’s Muhammad Ardianto-Fajar Alfian in the men’s doubles tie
16:05 IST: Volleyball Men’s event update
India lead 2-0 against Hong Kong
16:03 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy lead 11-10 to Indonesia’s Muhammad Ardianto-Fajar Alfian in the men’s doubles tie
15:59 IST: Volleyball Men’s event update
India have won first set 27-25 in 28 minutes against Hong Kong
15:53 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
Manu Attri-Sumeeth Reddy face Indonesia’s Muhammad Ardianto-Fajar Alfian in the men’s doubles tie
15:47 IST: Badminton Men’s Team quarterfinals event update
HS Prannoy defeats Indonesia’s Christie Jonatan 21-15, 19-21, 21-19 in a three-game thriller
India trail 1-2 to Indonesia
15:40 IST: Kabaddi Men’s Team event update
India lose 23-24 to South Korea in Group A match
Today the president of India, Ram Nath Kovind, tweeted, “Our shooters continue to make us proud! Congratulations to Deepak Kumar and Lakshay Sheoran for winning Silver medals in the men’s 10m Air Rifle event and trap shooting respectively at Asian Games 2018.” We think that the Indian is going up with every single match but today we have a very bad news which is coming out from Kabaddi, where the reports are coming that Indian Men’s Kabaddi team loses 23-24 to Korea in the Men’s Team Group A – Game 5.
Also, the reports are coming that India’s Men’s Volleyball team is in action against Hong Kong in Men’s Pool F. Also we have seen India’s Sumit Kumar winning with the 7-0 against Kazakhstan’s Oleg Boltin in the Men’s Freestyle 125 kg Repechage Round 2. Overall, we are expecting that we are going to perform better in other games in the upcoming days for sure.
You all may know that Indian shooters Lakshay Lakshay has hit 42 out of 48 targets in the Men’s Trap Finals and he ended up winning the silver in the Men’s Trap which is quite great news. Also, the reports are coming that he was aiming for the gold and was little disappointed with the Silver.