Exciting Medal Hopes in Shooting, Chess, and More

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As the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, enter their fourth day, the Indian contingent is making its presence felt with an impressive tally of 14 medals. While there’s room for more medals, the event has just started, and the goal of achieving a century of medals remains within reach. On September 26, the equestrian dressage team made history by winning a mixed team gold medal, setting the stage for more victories.

Wednesday, September 27, promises to be an action-packed day with shooters and sailors eyeing podium finishes. Sudipti Hajela, Divyakriti Singh, Anush Agarwalla, and Hriday Chheda will compete in their individual events, the women’s hockey team will face Singapore, and the paddlers will begin their campaigns.

The spotlight will be on world champion Nikhat Zareen, who will take center stage, along with Shiva Thapa in the boxing ring. Chess players are also on the brink of securing medals. In Wushu, Roshibina Devi has already guaranteed a medal and will strive for further success in the 60kg semi-finals. Stay tuned for an eventful day of sports at the Asian Games.


Re-reported from the article originally published in India TV

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Exciting Medal Hopes in Shooting, Chess, and More

Image credit: India TV

As the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, enter their fourth day, the Indian contingent is making its presence felt with an impressive tally of 14 medals. While there’s room for more medals, the event has just started, and the goal of achieving a century of medals remains within reach. On September 26, the equestrian dressage team made history by winning a mixed team gold medal, setting the stage for more victories.

Wednesday, September 27, promises to be an action-packed day with shooters and sailors eyeing podium finishes. Sudipti Hajela, Divyakriti Singh, Anush Agarwalla, and Hriday Chheda will compete in their individual events, the women’s hockey team will face Singapore, and the paddlers will begin their campaigns.

The spotlight will be on world champion Nikhat Zareen, who will take center stage, along with Shiva Thapa in the boxing ring. Chess players are also on the brink of securing medals. In Wushu, Roshibina Devi has already guaranteed a medal and will strive for further success in the 60kg semi-finals. Stay tuned for an eventful day of sports at the Asian Games.


Re-reported from the article originally published in India TV