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Asian Games 2023: List of Indian medal winners by the end of day 3

India now has 14 medals at the 19th Asian Games 2023 and is currently ranked at number 6 on the medals tally.

New Delhi: India is currently enjoying a successful campaign at the 19th Asian Games, being held in Hangzhou, China.

India won their first gold medal in 41 years in the equestrian dressage, alongside the Indian women’s team winning the gold medal in cricket while being part of the Asian Games for the first time in history.

India has already won 14 medals by the end of day 3 and is on their way to breaking their highest-ever medals tally record of 70 medals, set in the 2018 Jakarta, Asian Games.

India started off their campaign by winning 5 medals on the very first day of the competition, with all five coming in shooting and rowing.

Ashi Chouksey, Mehuli Ghosh, and Ramita Jindal, the Indian women’s shooting team, secured a silver in the women’s 10m air rifle team competition, to kickstart India’s medal count.

Rowing was the most successful event for India on day 1, with three medals coming from the event. The Indian men’s eight team and men’s lightweight double sculls team of Arvind Singh and Arun Lal Jat won silver medals, while the pair of Babu Lal Yadav and Lekh Ram secured a bronze medal for India.

Indian shooter Ramita Jindal secured a bronze medal in the women’s 10m air rifle individual event, to complete her double and finish day 1 for India with 5 medals on the board.

Just like day 1, India started day 2 with a medal in shooting. However, they managed to upgrade the colour of the medal to gold.

India won their first gold medal at the Asian Games 2023, thanks to the men’s shooting team of Rudrankksh Patil, Divyansh Singh Panwar, and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar.

Rowing was once again India’s strongest sport on day 2, as the men’s four (Jaswinder Singh, Bheem Singh, Ashish, and Punit Kumar) and men’s quadruple (Parminder Singh, Satnam Singh, Jakar Khan, Sukhmeet Singh) teams each brought home a bronze medal.

Aishwary Pratap Singh of India won bronze in the men’s 10m air rifle Individual competition, following in Ramita Jindal’s footsteps and earning a double medal.

Another bronze medal was won by the Indian shooting trio of Vijayveer Sidhu, Anish, and Adarsh Singh in the men’s 25m rapid-fire shooting, team event, bringing the country’s total number of medals to ten.

India finished their day just the way they started by winning a gold. However, this time, it was the debutante Indian women’s team who defeated Sri Lanka women’s team in the gold medal match.

Unlike the first two days, India started their third-day campaign in a slow fashion but soon picked up the pace to add three more medals under their name.

The account was opened by the sailor Neha Thakur, who clinched a silver in the Dinghy (ILCA4) girls’ event.

Sailing was India’s biggest asset on day 3, as after Neha’s silver, Ebad Ali also secured a bronze medal for India.

The final success of day 3 for India was a historic one as India won a gold medal in the mixed team equestrian dressage, making it India’s first medal in the equestrian event in 41 years.