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Asian Games 2018 Day 7 India LIVE Updates and News: Dipika Pallikal wins a BRONZE

Asian Games 2018 Day 7 India LIVE Updates and News: Dipika Pallikal wins a BRONZE

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Published: 25 Aug 2018 3:28 AM GMT
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BADMINTON Ashwini Ponnappa and Sikki Reddy crash out of the Asian Games in the women's doubles quarterfinals after a loss to the World No 3 pair from China. Score: 11-21, 22-24
ARCHERY Indian Recurve Men's team had loses to korea in QF by 1-5(54-54,54-56,54-56)
WEIGHTLIFTING India ends contention with NO medal in Weightlifting after the 94kg lifter Vikas Thakur finishes 8th (out of 10 competitors).
BADMINTON P.V Sindhu moves into the quarters with a 21-12, 21-15 Indonesia's Gregoria Mariska
SQUASH https://twitter.com/TheBridge_IN/status/1033274560169304064
WEIGHTLIFTING https://twitter.com/TheBridge_IN/status/1033271025012822017
BADMINTON PV Sindhu takes on Gregoria Mariska Tunjung in women's singles Round of 16.
TABLE TENNIS In case you missed it: https://twitter.com/TheBridge_IN/status/1033213024851648512
BADMINTON Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy fail to covert the deciding game, losing 17-21, 21-19, 17-21 to Korean pair in the R16
HANDBALL India women lead Malaysia 15-3 in the first half of the classification 9th-10th place match.
BADMINTON Chirag and Satwiksairaj manage to salvage the match by winning the second game 21-19. On to the decider now.
  • Vikas Thakur has successful lift of 145kg in his 3rd snatch attempt of men's 94kg
Men's 94kg event with India's Vikas Thakur begins.
  • It's all over for Team India. India go down to Chinese Taipei 2-6 in QF of Recurve Women's Team event
India lose the 2nd set 51-56 to Chinese Taipei, trail 0-4 in Recurve Women's Team quarterfinal.
BADMINTON https://twitter.com/TheBridge_IN/status/1033242033694146561 Saina leads her Indonesian opponent by a game and 16-13 in the second game.
BADMINTON  India's Saina Nehwal takes on Indonesia's Fitriani in women's singles Round of 16.
SHOOTING No Indians in the 25mt Rapid Fire Pistol finals as both Anish Bhanwala and Shivam Shukla crash out. Anish finishes with a score of 44/50
ATHLETICS Men's High Jump | Chethan Balasubramanya qualifies for Final with best attempt of 2.15m in Qualification. The finals will be held on August 27.
  • Rajiv Arokia qualifies for the semi-final round. He finished second in Heat 4 with the timing of 46.82 seconds!
Arokia Rajiv is the second Indian in the 400mt Heats which is now underway.
  • India's Chethan Balasubramanya clears the mark of 2.15 in his 2nd attempt.He's now joint 5th in Group B.
India's Chethan Balasubramanya clears the mark of 2.05 in his first attempt in the Men's High Jump event.
SPORT CLIMBING Men's: Bharaath Stephen at 10th & Chingkheinganba at 16th Women's: Shreya Sanjay at 17
VOLLEYBALL India beat Maldives 25-12, 25-21, 25-17 in men's Pool F volleyball match
  • Anas tops his heat with a timing of 45.63seconds at the Asian Games to reach the semi finals.
Muhammad Anas takes the track for the Men's 400mt Heats
ARCHERY After the women's team, the Recurve Men's Team now progress through to the quarterfinals after a 5-3 victory over Vietnam. The team included Atanu Das, Vishwas and Jagdish Chaudhury
SHOOTING Rapid Fire Pistol Qualification Stage 2 and another young Indian shooting star Anish is currently 3rd while compatriot Shivam Shukla is 11th in the Men's 25m event.
ARCHERY Women's Recurve Team defeat Mongolia 5-3 to reach the quarterfinals at the Asian Games. It has been a disappointing start for Indian archery and hopefully, the Team events will see a retribution for that.
Athletics begin today and, as such, the pace at which this tournament was going just got faster. Indian prospects in athletics for the day include very many promising names like M Sreeshankar in the Long Jump event, Nirmala Sheoran and Hima Das and Dutee Chand in their respective sprint events. So far, Indian badminton has been the biggest disappointment- particularly the Men's Singles players. Two of the biggest and most viable medal possibilities- Srikanth Kidambi and HS Prannoy crashed out of the tournament after some horrific losses. Yesterday saw India add on to its medal tally with 2 GOLDS and 3 BRONZE medals. How may more can we add on today?
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