19th Asian Games: India Win 100 Medals Till NOw

Sonam Malik won bronze in wrestling, giving India their 100th medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games. Kiran Bishnoi, Aman Sehrawat, and the Bridge team won silver. The men’s hockey squad won gold in the final medal event for India. The men’s hockey team has received 95 medals, and another seven have been confirmed.

Only the exact color – gold or silver – remains to be determined. India has long surpassed their 70-medal previous record, but reaching the 100-medal mark will make these Games even more memorable. India’s medal haul seemed unlikely when the Games began. Still, with just one day left, they were able to surpass their previous best of 70 medals.


Men’s Team – Hockey

India won the gold medal in the final 5-1, led by Harmanpreet’s drag flicking. The favorites never looked threatened in this match. They put on a dominant display and qualified for the Paris Olympics.

Archery Compound Mixed Team Jyothi Surekha Vennam Ojas Praveen detail

Jyothi & Ojas won the first gold medal for India in archery at Hangzhou by winning both semifinals and finals with only one point difference.

Women’s Compound Team – Archery Jyothi Surekha, Aditi, Gopichand Swami and Parneet Kaur

The Indian women’s squad again showed why they are the world champions by cruising to a win against Chinese Taipei during the gold medal match.

Men’s Compound Team – Archery Ojas Pravin detail, Prathamesh Jawkar, Abhishek Verma

Soon after, the Indian men continued to dominate. They beat South Korea by 5 points and won gold. This was the third gold in three compound finals.

Men’s Javelin Throw (Athletics) – Neeraj Chорra

Kishore Kumar Jena, a fellow countryman from India, surprised Neeraj by pushing him to the limit. This gave him his season’s highest of 88.88m and a second Asian Games gold.

Men’s 4x400m relay – Athletics

The Asian record team, Muhammad Anas Yahiya (Amoj Jacob), Muhammad Ajmal, and Rajesh Ramesh, took the lead early on, set the pace, and won gold at the Asian Games 2022 to cap off an outstanding season that saw them also break the Asian Record at the World Championships in earlier this year.

Men’s 3000m steeplechase in Athletics Avinash Saable

Avinash Sable may have won as expected, but he turned in a formality by running a Games record of 8:19.50. He obliterated the field.

Men’s shot-put – Athletics – Tajinderpal Singh toor

On the final throw, the defending Asian Games champion defended his title, throwing it an enormous 20.36m to win gold and finish in front of Mohamed Daouda Tolo from Saudi Arabia (20.18m). It was the first time an Indian had won back-to-back Asian Games golds.

Women’s 5000m Gold – Parul Chaudhary

Parul Chaudhary, who ran a strategic race behind Japan’s Ririka Hironaka, then produced one of the greatest kicks in history with 50m left, won India its third gold medal.

Women’s Javelin Throw Gold – Annu Ranji

Annu Rani’s best performance came at the right time. She made up for her poor season by throwing 62.92m to win her second Asian Games Medal after her bronze medal in Incheon in 2014. She and Neeraj were the first Indians to stand on the podium in both the men’s and the women’s javelin.

Women’s Cricket Team

After a routine victory over Bangladesh in the semifinal, India was too strong for Sri Lanka on a sticky pitch for batting in the final.

Dressage Team Equestrian

Anush Agarwalla won India’s first equestrian Gold Medal since 1982. This was India’s first dressage gold in Asian Games history.

Men’s 10m Air Pistol team – Shooting – Sarabjot, Arjun, Shiva Narwal

It was dramatic as Narwal and Sarabjot scored perfect 10s on their final shots to win the gold by just one point.

Men’s 10m Air Rifle team – Shooting – Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar, Rudrankksh Patel, Divyansh Singh Pantwar

India’s gold medal at the Games was won in an event in which all three Indians placed in the top eight during the qualification stage. Sheng Lihao of China set a new world record during the qualification stage. Still, it was the Indian trio who beat the hosts and set a new team record.

Men’s 50m Rifle 3-Position Team – Shooting – Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Kumar and Akhil Sheoran

India was dominant in the team event from the start, with its shooters setting a record of 1769. India was so dominant that it won gold mathematically before China finished all their shots.

Women 10m air pistol women – Shooting – Palak Gulia

Palak Gulia, 17, shot a record Asian Games score of 242.1 to finish ahead of her compatriot Esha Sing and win gold.

Women’s 25m Pistol team – Shooting – Manu Bhaker Esha Singh Rhythm Sangwan

India was dominant in this event from the beginning. Manu and Esha were in the top three from the beginning. India’s third shot, Rhythm, was even in a qualifying position but could not make it to the final because only two shooters per country are allowed.

Women’s 50m Rifle 3 position – Shooting Sift Kaur Samra

Siftkaur Samra, who finished second with a national record in qualifying, then put on a stunning performance to win the final by an impressive 7.4 points. India won two medals in this event. Samra became India’s very first medalist in the Hangzhou Games.

Men’s Trap Team – Shooting – Kynan Chenai, Zoravar Andhu, Prithviraj Tondaiman

The Indians finished with a combined record of 361 shots out of 375, finishing two points ahead of Kuwait.

Men’s Team – Gold – Saurav Singh, Abhay Singh Mahesh Mangaonkar, Haresh Pal Singh Sandhu

India defeated Pakistan in a dramatic, tight final 2-1. Mahesh Mangaonkar lost his first game to Nasir Iqbal. Still, Saurav Ghosal and Abhay Singh won their matches, giving India its first squash gold at these Asian Games 2023.

Mixed Doubles Gold – Dipika Palikal and Harinder Sandhu

After tough matches in the quarterfinals and semifinals, the top seeds lived to their billing. They won the final against their Malaysian opponent in straight games.

Mixed Doubles Gold – Rohan Bhosale, Rutuja Bhosale

Bopanna and Bhosale won the gold medal after a stunning comeback. They lost the first game but recovered brilliantly in the second. They then won the tie-break match to maintain India’s streak of winning gold at each Asian Games since 2002.

Asian Games Schedule

The Asian Games schedule: The Asian Games 2023 is a sporting event that will feature a variety of sports, including 40 different sports and 61 different disciplines. India has an impressive track record at the Asian Games. It sent a delegation of 570 athletes to compete in 36 sports. The 2023 Asian Games will showcase athletic prowess as well as cultural exchange. Representatives from different Asian countries will compete in a spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship.

Since 1982, the Asian Games have been organized by the Olympic Council of Asia. Every four years, the Asian Games is a multi-sport continental event that brings together athletes from all over Asia. The upcoming Asian Games 2023 is the nineteenth edition. China will host this prestigious event.

Asian Games Cricket Venue

The Zhejiang Technology University Pingfeng Cricket Field will host all matches in both the women’s and men’s tournaments.

Asian Games Cricket Schedule

The eagerly awaited Asian Games scheduled for 2023 has been revealed, causing excitement among fans. The cricket tournament will begin on September 19, 2023, and end on October 8, 2023. It will be held at the Zhejiang Institute of Technology, Hangzhou.


Asian Games 2023 squads 

Asian Games 2023: Men and Women Squad (India)

Here is the Indian men’s and women’s squad in Asian Games 2023.

India’s Men Squad

Ruturaj Gaikwad (Captain), Mukesh Kumar, Shivam Mavi, Shivam Dube, Prabhsimran Singh (wk), Yashasvi Jaiswal, Rahul Tripathi, Tilak Varma, Rinku Singh, Jitesh Sharma (wk), Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Ravi Bishnoi, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh.

India’s Women Squad

Harmanpreet Kaur (C), Smriti Mandhana (VC), Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Minnu Mani, Kanika Ahuja, Uma Chetry (wk), Anusha Bareddy, Shefali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Richa Ghosh (wk), Amanjot Kaur, Devika Vaidya, Anjali Sarvani, Titas Sadhu.

Standby list of players: Yash Thakur, Sai Kishore, Venkatesh Iyer, Deepak Hooda, Sai Sudarsan.

Asian Games Qualified Athletes & Games List 2023 from India

Over 150 Indian athletes have successfully qualified from India to participate in the Asian Games 2023 across various sports and disciplines. The comprehensive list of qualified athletes and their respective sports can be found in the table below.

Asian Games Archery Qualifiers 2023

  • Atanu Das
  • Neeraj Chauhan
  • Aditi Jaiswal
  • Simranjeet Kaur
  • Rajat Chauhan
  • Rishabh Yadav
  • Jyothi Surekha Vennam
  • Sakshi Chaudhary
  • Dhiraj Bommadevara
  • Tarundeep Rai
  • Bhajan Kaur
  • Ankita Bhakat
  • Prathamesh Jawkar
  • Ojas Deotale
  • Avneet Kaur
  • Aditi Swami

Asian Games Badminton Qualifiers 2023

  • Chirag Shetty
  • MR Arjun
  • Ashmita Chaliha
  • Malvika Bansod
  • Teresa Jolly
  • Tanisha Crasto
  • HS Prannoy
  • Mithun Manjunath
  • Kidambi Srikanth
  • Satwiksairaj Rankireddy
  • Lakshya Sen
  • Dhruv Kapila
  • PV Sindhu
  • Anupama Upadhyaya
  • Gayatri Gopichand
  • Ashwini Ponnappa
  • Rohan Kapoor
  • N Sikki Reddy
  • Sai Pratheek K

Asian Games Boxing Players 2023

  • Sweety Boora (75kg)
  • Manisha Moun (57kg)
  • Lovlina Borgohain (69kg)
  • Nikhat Zareen (51kg)
  • Jasmine Lamboria (60kg)

Asian Games Bridge Qualified Players 2023

  • Marianne Karmarkar
  • Puja Batra
  • Asha Sharma
  • Alka Kshirsagar
  • Bharti Dey
  • Vidya Patel
  • Kalpana Gurjar
  • Jaggy Shivdasani
  • Rajeshwar Tiwari
  • Sandeep Thakral
  • Raju Tolani
  • Sumit Mukherjee
  • Ajay Khare
  • B Satyanarayana
  • Kiran Nadar
  • Rajeev Khandelwal
  • Himani Khandelwal
  • Sandeep Karmarkar

Asian Games Equestrian Players 2023

  • Amar Sarin
  • Pranay Khare
  • Yashaan Khambatta
  • Zahaan Setalvad
  • Deepanshu Sheoran
  • Apoorva Dabade
  • Raju Singh Bhadoria
  • Vikas Kumar
  • Ashish Limaye
  • Hriday Chheda

Asian Games ESports Players 2023

  • Ketan
  • Darshan
  • Aakash Shandilya
  • Krish
  • Sanindhya Malik
  • Shubham
  • Abhishek
  • Charanjot Singh
  • Mayank Prajapati
  • Karman Singh Tikka
  • Samarth Arvind Trivedi
  • Ayan Biswas
  • Akshaj Shenoy
  • Aditya Selvaraj
  • Mihir Ranjan

Asian Games Fencing Qualifiers 2023

  • Bibish Kathireshan
  • Karan Singh Gurjar
  • Abhay Shinde
  • Akash Kumar
  • Vishal Thapar
  • Jagmeet Kaur
  • Yashkeerat Kaur
  • Rishika Khujuria
  • Radhika Awati
  • Jenisha N. V.
  • Bhavani Devi
  • Sunil Kumar
  • Udayvir Singh
  • Shankar Pandey
  • Arjun
  • Sherwin R. S.
  • Gisho Kumaresan
  • Ena Arora
  • Jyotika Dutta
  • V. P. Mahalakshmi
  • Dev
  • Taniksha Khatri
  • Mariya Akshita
  • Joshna Christy Jose

Asian Games Golf Players 2023

  • Avani Prashanth
  • SSP Chawrasia
  • Shubhankar Sharma
  • Anirban Lahiri
  • Aditi Ashok
  • Khalin Joshi
  • Pranavi Urs

Asian Games Hockey Players 2023

  • Indian Men’s Hockey team
  • Indian Women’s Hockey team

Asian Games Ju-Jitsu Players

  • Kamal Singh – 62kg
  • Uma Maheshwar Reddy – 85kg
  • Siddharth Singh – 69kg
  • Vinod Rana – 77kg
  • Nanvya Pandey – 48kg
  • Anirudh Verma – 77kg
  • Anwesha Deb – 48kg
  • Anupama Swain – 52kg
  • Rohini Kalam – 52kg
  • Akshat Sahu – 69kg
  • Angitha Shyju – 57kg
  • Tarun Yadav – 62kg
  • Nikita Choudhary – 57kg
  • Kiran Kumari – 63kg
  • Amarjeet Singh – 85kg
  • Annu – 63kg

Asian Games Karate Players

  • Johny Mangkhiya
  • Mesom Singhi
  • Abab Sangdo

Asian Games Sailing Players

  • Katya Ida Coelho
  • Ishwariya Ganesh

Asian Games Shooting Qualifiers

  • Manisha Keer
  • Anantjeet Singh Naruka
  • Angad Vir Singh Bajwa
  • Parinaaz Dhaliwal
  • Gurjoat Singh Khangura
  • Prithviraj Tondaiman
  • Anantjeet Singh Naruka
  • Zoravar Singh Sandhu
  • Rajeshwari Kumari
  • Ganemat Sekhon
  • Darsha Rathore
  • Kynan Chenai
  • Preeti Rajak

Asian Games Skateboarding Players 2023

  • Nani Sonam
  • Dhruvi Lakhotia
  • Urmila Padable
  • Aadya Aditi

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