Asian Games 2023: India has created history for the first time in the Asian Games being held in China. For information, let us tell you that this time India has succeeded in touching the figure of 100 in terms of medals. Earlier, India’s best performance in the Asian Games was 70 medals which came 5 years ago in Jakarta.
India created history in the 19th Asian Games
India has created history by completing its century in the 19th Asian Games being held in China. For information, let us tell you that for the first time India has managed to touch the figure of 100 in the Asian Games. It means to say that till now 100 medals have fallen in India’s bag.
Before the 2023 Asian Games, India’s best performance in the Asian Games has been 70 medals, which came 5 years ago in Jakarta. Let us tell you that today i.e. on 7th October, Women Kabaddi has completed 100 medals in India’s bag by defeating Chinese Taipei in the gold medal.
India is at fourth position in Asian Games
For information, let us tell you that earlier India had won four medals in archery. India has so far won 25 gold, 35 silver and 40 bronze medals in the Asian Games. If we talk about all over tally, India is at fourth position. China is at number one with 187 gold. Japan is at second place with 47 gold, and South Korea is at third place with 36 gold.
Let us tell you that till now India has won the maximum number of medals among athletes. India has got a total of 29 medals in these games. After this, India has won about 22 medals in shooting. 30 Indian athletes have won more than one medal so far. In which rifleman Aishwarya Pratap Singh Tomar and pistol shooter Isha Singh have won the maximum 4 medals by an athlete. If we talk about October 1, India had won the maximum number of medals in a single day.
Let us tell you that on this day about 15 medals fell in India’s bag. Till now, there has not been a day in the Asian Games 2023 when India’s campaign ended without a medal.
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