Asian Games: Men’s team wins gold, women's team bags silver in 4x400m relay; India currently at 4th place with 81 medals

At the Hangzhou Asian Games in China, with a total of 81 medals, including 18 gold, 31 silver, and 32 bronze, India is currently in fourth place in the overall medal tally. This is India's best-ever performance at the Asian Games. Indian athletes are having a stellar day at the Asian Games on day 11.

In men's javelin throw, Neeraj Chopra bagged Gold and Kishore Jena secured a silver medal.   In the women’s 800m final, Harmilan Bains bagged a silver. Avinash Sable bagged a silver medal in the Men's 5000m Final. In the 4x400m relay, the men’s team won a gold medal, whereas the women's team bagged silver.

In Archery, the Indian duo of Jyoti Surekha Vennam and Ojas Deotale won gold in the Compound Mixed Team final, defeating South Korea by a score of 159-158. In Boxing, Lovlina Borgohain won silver in the women's 75 kg event, while Parveen Hooda won bronze in the women's 57 kg event.
In Squash, the Indian mixed team of Abhay Singh and Anahat Singh won bronze after losing to the Malaysian duo. Dipika Pallikal and Harinder Pal Singh reached the final of the mixed doubles event defeating Hong Kong in the semifinals. Saurav Ghoshal through to the Squash Men’s singles final, he beat Henry Leung of China.
Earlier, Ram Babu and Manju Rani opened the country's medal account on the eleventh day clinching the bronze medal in the 35km mixed relay race walk. In Kabaddi, the women's team defeated Thailand 54-22 to top Group A. The men's team beat Thailand 63-26 in their second Group A match.

In badminton, PV Sindhu and HS Prannoy reached the singles quarterfinals. Sindhu defeated Indonesia's Putri Kusuma, while Prannoy outplayed Kazakhstan's Dmitriy Panarin. Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty have won against Indonesia. In hockey, the Indian men's team beat South Korea 5-3. With this, they advanced to a gold medal match.

In Wrestling, Sunil Kumar beat Kyrgyzstan’s Atabek Azisbekov 2-1 to secure a bronze in the Men’s Greco-Roman 87kg category. In volleyball, the women's team beat Nepal 3-1, in the women's classification Pool G match.

In Bridge, India's Men’s Team qualified for the final against Hong Kong.

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