India bags 64 medals including, 15 gold, 20 silver, and 29 bronze at Asian Para Games in Hangzhou

On day 3, India continued its impressive performance at the Asian Para Games in Hangzhou, China, adding 30 more medals to their kitty. The country's medal tally now stands at 64 with 15 gold, 20 silver, and 29 bronze.

In Mixed Doubles SL3-SU5 Pramod Bhagat and Manisha Ramadass won bronze. In Mixed Doubles SH6, Sivarajan Solaimalai and Sivan Nithya Sre Sumathy bagged bronze. In Mixed Doubles SL3-SU5 event Nitish Kumar and Thulasimathi Murugesen claimed bronze. In Women's Singles SL3 event Mandeep Kaur won bronze.

In Women's Long Jump-T47 event, Suresh Nimisha Chakkungalparambil claimed gold. In Men's Shot Put-F57 event, Soman Rana won silver whereas Sema Hokato Hotozhe bagged bronze. In the Men's 1500m-T11 final, Ankur Dhama secured gold with a remarkable time of 4:27.70.In the Men's 1500m-T13 event, Sharath Makanahalli Shankarappa clinched silver and Balwant Singh won bronze. In the Women's 1500m-T11 event, Rakshita Raju bagged gold while Lalitha Killaka won silver. In the Men's Javelin Throw-F46 event, Sweeping all three medals, Sundar Singh Gujar won gold, Rinku bagged silver, and Ajeet Singh grabbed bronze for India.

In women's 61kg powerlifting Zainab Khatoon clinched the 50th medal. Raj Kumari claimed a bronze medal in the same event. In the men's javelin throw event, Sumit Antil kickstarted today's medal streak by setting the new world record in the F64 category with a throw of 73.29 meters. He clinched the gold medal. Meanwhile, Pushpendra Singh settled for the bronze in the same event. In men's F37/38 Javelin throw, India's Haney clinched the second gold of the day with a best throw of 55.97m. The Indian duo, Harvinder Singh and Sahil won silver in men's recurve archery.  In women's F54/55 discus throw, Pooja won silver as she registered a personal best mark of 18.17m. In the women's doubles compound Archery team event, Sheetal and Sharita lost to China in the finals and settled for the Silver. In men's doubles archery, Rakesh Kumar and Suraj Singh combine to win silver.

 Earlier today, in the women's class 4 table tennis event, Bhavina Patel had to contend with bronze after losing to China's Gu Xiaodan. The Indian pair of Pramod Bhagat and Manisha Ramadass in mixed doubles badminton secured a bronze while, Manasi Joshi and Vaishnavi clinched bronze in women's singles SL3 badminton. Sakshi Kasana bagged bronze in women's F54/55 discus throw while Narayan Thakur in men's T35 200m and Shreyansh Trivedi in men's T37 200m, bagged bronze. Sandeep Dangi in the Table tennis men's singles event seized a bronze.

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