Asian Games: Women's Recurve Archery team clinches bronze medal, men’s team bag silver

At the Hangzhou Asian Games in China, India amassed a total of historic 92 medals, including 21 gold, 33 silver, and 38 bronze. India is currently in fourth place in the medal tally. India is swiftly working towards its 100 medal target.

 Today, the Indian recurve women's team in Archery clinched bronze after defeating Vietnam 6-2 in the bronze medal playoff match. Whereas the men’s team bagged silver against South Korea in the finals.

The India's women’s team clinched bronze in sepaktakraw after losing against Thailand in the regu semifinal.

 In wrestling, Sonam bagged bronze in the women’s freestyle 62kg category against Long Jia of China by 7-5. Kiran Bishnoi secured bronze in women’s freestyle 76kg category against Ariunjargal Ganbat of Mongolia by 6-3.

 In Badminton, H S Prannoy had to settle for a bronze. China's Li Shi Feng got the better of the Indian shuttler in the semifinal by 2-0. In men's cricket, India thrashed Bangladesh by 9 wickets in the semi-final and qualified for the final.

 In Kabaddi, India's men's team beat Pakistan to enter the finals.

 Badminton superstars Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj will lead India's charge in the men's doubles semi-finals. The Indian duo assured India of a medal with their impressive win in the quarter-finals of the men's doubles tournament, yesterday.

 In Hockey, the Indian men’s team will lock horns with Japan in the gold medal match at Hangzhou in the evening today.   


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