Asian Games: 20-year-old Neeraj Chopra’s story created in Jakarta, India’s 8th Gold

Neeraj chopra

India’s star spear throw athlete Neeraj Chopra gave India 8th gold medal in Asian Games On the 9th day of the Games he made history by throwing 88.06 meters of spear. Earlier, India had never won gold medal in Asian Games. Parsa Singh of India won the silver medal in the first Asian Games (1951) played in Delhi. After this, Goutez Singh of India won the Bronze Medal in the 1982 Asian Games (Delhi). It is worth mentioning that Neeraj Chopra also won the gold medal in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Then they threw 86.47 meters of spear.

Neeraj threw the best throw 88.06 meters in Jakarta and gold medal in this way. Neeraj achieved this gold medal despite failure in two of the six attempts.

In this match, Neeraj thrown the spear with full zeal and strength. At first they threw spear 83.46 meters away. In the second time, they fouled. In the third attempt, he threw the spear 88.06 meters away. In the fourth attempt, 83.25 meters, 86.63 meters in fifth and his sixth attempt went foul. Silver medalist China’s Kiezen Liu throws a throw of 82.22 meters, while Nadeem Arshad of Pakistan secured the best throw throw bronze medal of 80.75.

So far, the number of Indian medalists in the 18th Asian Games is 41. With 8 gold, 13 silver and 20 bronze medals, she is 9th in the medal table.

Nina won silver in long jump

Continuing to win the silver medal of Indian athletes on the ninth day Kerala’s Nina Varakkal stayed on second place in the women’s long jump competition. Nina made a silver medal with 6.51 meters in the final on Monday.

In the final, Nina started strong and jumped 6.41 meters in the first attempt. In the second and third efforts, they covered the distance of 6.40 and 6.50 meters, while in the fifth attempt, they jumped 6.51 meters. In the next two attempts, he was able to distance between 6.46 and 6.50 meters.

Thao Thu Thi Boi of Vietnam won gold by jumping 6.55 meters while China’s Shialing Shu made a bronze medal with a jump of 6.50 meters.

Sudha Singh gave silver to Steeplechase

Rae Bareli’s runner Sudha Singh captured the silver medal in women’s finals of 3000m Steeplechase. Sudha took the second position in a distance of 9 minutes 40.03 sec.

Sudha, who won gold in the 2010 Asian Games, was once in the race for gold medal but was left behind by Bahrain’s Winfred Yawi. Winfred won the gold medal by taking the time of 9 minutes 36.52 seconds. On the bronze medal, Thi Ohh Nguyen of Vietnam took 9 minutes to 43.83 seconds.

400m Hartal Race in Dharan

Tamil Nadu’s 21-year-old athlete Dhrun Ayyasamy took the silver medal with a new national record giving his best in the men’s 400 meter hurdle final. Taking the time of 48.96 s, Dharun secured second place.

India’s Santosh Kumar Tamilnasan took the time of 49.66 seconds to finish fifth. Gold Medal was named after Abdarrahman Samba of Qatar, while Takatoshi Abe of Japan had to satisfy the bronze. Abdurrahman completed the race in 47.66 and Takatoshi in 49.12 seconds.

PV Sindhu picks up Silver

India’s star woman badminton player PV Sindhu won the women’s singles semi-final match and made it to the final. He defeated Akane Yamaguchi of Japan 21-17, 15-21, 21-10 in a clash Simultaneously, Sindhu became the first Indian player to reach the Asian Games final.

Earlier, no Indian male or female player could reach the final of the Asiad. Silver medalist silver medalist Sindhu has now increased the expectations of gold medal In the final, they will be up against world number one Tai Zhui Ying of Chinese Taipei player. This match will be played on August 28 for the gold medal.

Saina defeats in semi-finals

On the ninth day of Asian Games, the first medal came in India’s bronze medal. In the women’s singles semifinal of Badminton, Saina Nehwal had to face defeat. He defeated Chinese Taipei’s World No.1 player 21-17, 21-14 in the final to finish the match.

Along with this, world number-10 Saina had to be satisfied with Bronze Medal. This is Saina’s tenth consecutive loss against Tai Zhu Ying. In addition, India got the first individual medal in women’s badminton in Asian Games.

Saina again lost world number one ying, losing 10th consecutive match

Hockey: India won the last group match from the Queen’s hat-trick

Indian women’s hockey team beat Thailand by 5-0 at the helmet of Captain Rani Rampal. The team has already entered the semi-finals by winning their third match.

Squash: The first group match was won by the Indian Men Team

India’s men’s team defeated hosts Indonesia in the quarter-finals. Indian team beat Indonesia 3-0 in this match held on Monday. The team of Saurabh Ghoshal, Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu, Ramesh Tandon and Mahesh Mangaonkar won the match without giving any chance of return to the Indonesian players.

Indian women win first group match

Indian women squash team defeated Iran 3-0 in their first match in pool-B. The Indian team will now play against the second match on Tuesday. India’s team includes Joshna Chinappa, Deepika Pallikal, Sunaina Kuruvilla and Tanvi Khanna.

Karate: 75 kg pre-quarter finals lose

India’s karate player Sharath Kumar had to face defeat in the men’s 75kg pre-quarterfinals final. Sharath, the 23-year-old Bangalore resident of South Korea, defeated South Korea’s Miele Kim 1-0 in the pre-quarterfinals.

Table Tennis: Indian male team wins by Macau

India’s men’s table tennis team won their third match at the group level. The Indian team beat Macau 3-0 in Group-D. He will play against his final group match against Vietnam. In such a way, India still has the prospect of reaching the quarter-finals.

Boxing: Growth Quarter Finals

India’s boxer Vikas Krishna, who won a match of 5kg in the quarterfinals, stepped into the quarterfinals. Vikas beat Tanvir Ahmad of Pakistan in the final 16 match in a one-sided match by 5-0.

Volleyball: Indian women team lose fifth straight match

India’s women’s volleyball team lost their last Pool B match against China. China beat India 3-0 in a one-sided match. This is the fifth consecutive defeat for India in group-level matches.