Asian Games 2023 Day 4 Live Updates: Indian shooters in action early, medal tally set to rise again | asian sports news

Asian Games 2023 Day 4 Live Updates: The Indian women’s hockey team will begin their campaign against Singapore, a day after the Indian men’s team registered an impressive 16-1 win against Singapore in their group stage game.

Asian Games 2023 Day 2 Schedule Live: Nikhat Zareen in boxing, Manu Bhaker in shooting make headlines in Hangzhou on Day 4Asian Games 2023 Live: From shooting to boxing and beyond, the Indian contingent looks to add to its medal tally on the fourth day of the Games.

Asian Games 2023 live updates, Day 4: After a good first performance at the 19th Asian Games, Manu Bhaker and Isha Singh will focus on the Indian shooting contingent’s prospects on the fourth day of the Games in Hangzhou on Wednesday. Indians will compete in skeet (men and women), 25m pistol women and 50m 3-position women – all with team as well as individual medals available.

Vinayak Mohanrangan with Amit Kamath will be on the blog today along with our man on the ground in Hangzhou, Mihir Vasavada, who will also send us updates. You can read all our top stories by clicking this link.

The Savita Punia-led hockey women’s team will make its debut at the Games against Singapore, a day after the men’s team thrashed Singapore 16-1.

Nikhat Zareen will also be back in action in boxing to start her campaign after an impressive win against the World Championships silver medalist. She will take on 2022 Asian Championships bronze medalist Chorong Bak of Korea as she continues her quest for gold and an Olympic quota.

Watch live updates from Day 4 of the Asian Games below

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Asian Games 2023 Day 4 live: Follow all the live updates from Hangzhou.

Asian Games: Meet the four horsemen who battled adversity to win gold medals in dressage

India’s Hriday Vipul Chheda, Anush Agarwal, Divyakriti Singh and Sudipti Hajela pose for photographs after winning the gold medal in the Equestrian Dressage Team event at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China on Tuesday, September 26, 2023. (PTI)

The Indian team of Divyakriti Singh, Sudipti Hajela, Anush Aggarwal and Hriday Vipul Chheda created history in Hangzhou on Tuesday as they won the country’s first equestrian dressage team event gold medal at the Asian Games.

This also ended India’s 41-year-old wait to win a gold medal in horse riding at the Asian Games. Amit Kamath and Shivani Naik trace the journey of each team member, all of whom have a different story to tell but have one thing in common – overcoming obstacles on their journey to glory. (read here)

India’s historic Asiad gold in dressage was built on difficulties: no money, selling house to buy horses, living in remote villages abroad, investing crores

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First published: 27-09-2023 at 05:57 IST

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