Asian Games 2018, Day 13 as it happened: India win sailing medals; Women settle for hockey silver
Asian Games 2018 highlights of Day 13: India women’s hockey team lose 1-2 to Japan, get silver.
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India added to their medal tally on Day 13 of the Asian Games 2018. India women’s hockey team lost the final to 1-2 to Japan and settled for silver. It was an improvement from 2006 and 2014 when the team got bronze. Amit Panghal reached the final of men’s (49 kg) light fly category and will now Rio Olympics gold medallist Hasanboy Dusmatov of Uzbekistan on Saturday. Sailing India clinched three medals in sailing with Varsha Gautham/Sweta Shervegar clinching silver in the 49er FX Women’s event, Harshita Tomar claiming bronze in the Open Laser 4.7 and Varun Thakkar Ashok/Chengappa Ganapathy Kelapanda too bagged the bronze in the 49er men’s even. (MEDALS TALLY) (ASIAN GAMES FULL COVERAGE)
India lose to Japan, get silver
India lose 1-2 to Japan in the women’s hockey final of the Asian games 2018. The result means India will have to go through the qualification round for 2020 Olympics.
Japan lead again
At the fag end of the third quarter Japan have retaken the lead. Kawamura Motomi with what could prove to be a crucial goal.
Final 1 in the bridge are over, Final 2 will be held on Saturday. The men’s pair is positioned well and could claim a medal.
India, Japan level at half-time
India and Japan are level pegging at half-time. Japan took the lead early on but Neha Goyal scored to restore parity.
India equalise against Japan
India have drawn level with Japan in the final. Neha Goyal with the equaliser. 1-1 now.
India concede early in final
The Indian women’s hockey team has conceded an early goal against Japan in the final. Japan scored from a penalty-corner.
India-Japan final underway
Hockey final between India and Japan is now underway. The winner of the match qualifies for the 2020 Olympics.
India-Japan hockey final to start soon
Hockey final between India and Japan is to begin soon. It will be a historic occasion no matter what the result.
Congratulations in for Amit
#TeamIndia at th#AsianGames2018— Team India (@ioaindia) August 31, 2018
Boxer #AmitPhangal will face Rio Olympics Gold medalist #HasanboyDusmatov in his hunt for glory at the #AsianGames! Wishing Amit Phangal #AllTheBest as he prepares for the Finals of the Men's Light Fly 49kg event!#IAmTeamIndia pic.twitter.com/ONoewnwMWP
Tough final ahead for Amit Panghal
Amit Panghal will face Rio Olympics gold medallist Hasanboy Dusmatov of Uzbekistan in the final on Saturday. It will be a big test for Amit.
Amit Panghal has beaten Carlo Paalam of Philippines 3:2 in the semifinal of (49 kg) light fly category. He is through to the final and will get at least a silver.
Amit Panghal’s bout is underway
Amit Panghal’s match with Carlo Paalam has begun.
Amit Panghal is up next
Amit Panghal is the next medal hopeful who will be in action. He takes on Carlo Paalam of Philippines in men’s (49 kg) light fly semifinals.
India lose in squash
Indian men’s team have lost 0-2 in the squash semifinal. The team will have to settle for bronze.
India trail 0-1 against Hong Kong in men’s team semi-final. Saurav Ghosal loses 1st Singles 0-3
MEDAL ALERT! Sailing 49er FX Women
Varsha Gautham and Sweta Shervegar win silver in women’s 49er sailing event
Good news from Canoe
India’s Prakant Sharma and Jamesboy Singh Oinam top the semi-finals to make it to the A-final, where they will compete for medals.
MEDAL ALERT! Bronze in sailing
Harshita Tomar wins bronze in Open laser 4.7 sailing event
MEDAL ALERT! Indian win bronze
Varun Thakkar and Ganapathy win Bronze in men’s sailing 49er
India’s Aarathy Kasturi and Varsha Sriramakrishna finish seventh and eighth respectively in women’s Road 20km race.
Squash: Men’s Team Event
India about to take on Hong Kong in Semis.
India won Gold in the last edition
Diving - Positive news for India
Ramananda Sharma finishes ninth in the men’s 3m springboard preliminary round, which is good enough to qualify him for the final.
Disappointment in Skating
Amitesh Mishra finishes eighth in the men’s 20km road race with a timing of 34:00.957 minutes.
Harshveer Singh Sekhon did not finish the race.
Emphatic performance by India in athletics
Indian athletes end campaign with best showing in 40 years.
Read about their campaign here.
Vikas Krishan pulls out - India gets bronze
Unfortunately, the Indian boxer has been forced to pull out of the semi-final bout as he has been declared medically unfit due to an injury.
He will get a bronze.
Great news from BRIDGE
Three men’s pairs, one women’s pair and two mixed pairs are through to the final rounds.
Medal haul expected, oh yes!
Table tennis - India’s performance at the Games
India’s table tennis team clinched two medals at the 2018 Asiad – the men’s team bronze and the mixed doubles bronze (Manika Batra and Sharath Kamal).
Sathiyan loses in Table tennis
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran loses 1-4 to World No 19 Kenta Matsudaira
It ends India’s campaign in Table tennis
India’s Sathiyan fall behind in Table tennis
Sathiyan loses the third game 9-11 and now trails 1-2 in the match.
He goes down 6-11 in the third game and trails 1-3 in the match
India in Table tennis
Sathiyan Gnanasekaran is in action Now against world No 19 Kenta Matsudaira in Pre-QF
He has taken the first game 11-9
Big day for Hockey
The Indian women’s hockey team will take on Japan in the final later today.
After the men’s team went down to Malaysia yesterday, this is another chance for India to clinch Gold.
India’s potential squash opponents
The Indian women’s team will play either Hong Kong or Japan in the summit clash. Neither will be an easy clash but Malaysia weren’t walkovers either.
Vikas Krishan settles for bronze
Boxer Vikas Krishan pulled out of his semi-final bout, a source within the team told AFP. Hence the bronze medal.
India beat Malaysia, ensure at least silver
India have beaten Malaysia 2-0 in the semi-final; an amazing win that guarantees them at least a silver, although they will undoubtedly be hungry for a gold medal.
Manika Batra suffers loss
It wasn’t to be. Manika Batra didn’t play too badly as the game progressed but the Chinese paddler’s dominance grew and Batra couldn’t keep up.
Batra fights back
Manika Batra has won the fourth game 11-6. However, a comeback looks unlikely at this point since she needs to win the next three games on the trot.
Sharath Kamal loses
Kamal has been knocked out of the men’s singles TT event after a 4-2 loss to Chinese Taipei’s Chuang Chihyuan. Meanwhile, Manika Batra has lost the first three games in her bout. She will need to produce something special to make it to the next round.
India lose in soft tennis
Cambodia registered a 3-0 win over India in the men’s team preliminary event.
India lead Malaysia in squash semis
India have taken a 1-0 lead in the semi-final. A win ensures at least a silver medal for the women’s team.
Kamal, Batra in trouble
It isn’t looking good for India’s biggest table tennis medal hopes. Sharath Kamal is down 3 games to 2 now whereas Manika Batra, who did better in the second game, ended up on the wrong end of the scoreline and is now down 2 games to nothing.
Bad start for Manika Batra
Batra lost the first game of her round of 16 match 11-2; quite a one-sided game that was. She will need to fight back.
Sharath Kamal fights back
Kamal looked down and out in the fourth game but rallied hard to win it 16-14 and take the match to the deciding game.
Soft tennis - India in action
India are facing Cambodia in a men’s team preliminary Group C soft tennis match.
Manika Batra in action soon
India’s Manika Batra will take on China’s Wang Manyu in a women’s singles table tennis round of 16 match in a while.
Men’s table tennis update
Sharath Kamal lost the first game 7-11 to Chinese Taipei’s Chihyuan Chuang in their round of 16 encounter.
Rajwinder Kaur’s campaign ends with a loss to Jiawen Tsai of Chinese Taipei in women’s +78kg repechage round.
Squash semi-final to begin
Indian women’s squash team will take on Malaysia in the team event semi-final. The losing team will get a bronze medal.
India’s Esow Alban finished last in the second heats and as a result, is knocked out of the men’s keirin competition. Ranjit Singh suffered a similar fate.
India lose in straight sets to Chinese Taipei in a women’s classification match.
India’s Rajwinder Kaur will enter the repechage round after suffering a loss to Japan’s Akira Sone in the women’s +78kg quarters.
Naocha Singh Laitonjam makes it to semis
Naocha Singh Laitonjam qualified for men’s 200m single (K1) semi-finals. He finished 7th in Heat 1 out of 8 competitors. Another competitor Ragina Kiro finished sixth in the 200m women’s heats, and also qualified for the semi-final.
The men’s 200m single (K1) event involving India’s Naocha Singh Laitonjam has begun.
India’s Ranjit Singh finished last in his group in 7th place in the men’s keirin heat, but will compete again in the repechage round.
The women’s 200m single (K1) event involving India’s Ragina Kiro has begun. Meanwhile, Meera Das registered a did not finish in the C1 200m event.
India’s Meera Das will soon be in action in the women’s canoe single (C1) 200m heats.
Athletes continue to exceed expectations
India’s track-and-field athletes kept up their impressive showing on Friday, with Jinson Johnson and PU Chitra bagging medals. You can check out the full report here.
Hockey heartbreak for India on Day 12
India’s loss to Malaysia in the semi-finals of the hockey event understandably dominated headlines yesterday. You can read about it here.
Welcome to Day 13
The Asian Games 2018 rolls into its 13th day already! Good morning everyone and welcome to HT’s live coverage of the event.