Indian athletes continued their fine run and added more medals to the country’s tally . Swapna Barman won the Heptathlon Gold. It was the country’s 11th .
. @Swapna_Barman96 – Queen of Heptathlon!
Heptathlon, deemed as THE toughest Athletic event, has been conquered by . Standing ovation 2 Swapna Barman, who, in a majestic display, clinched a. AN ILLUSTRIOUS MOMENT in India’s sports history at #ASIANGAMES! #KheloIndia pic.twitter.com/Ek3IeitaUL
— Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) August 29, 2018
Earlier on a great day . Arpinder Singh took the top spot in men’s triple jump and won India’s gold in the event after 48 years.
#TeamIndiaAthletics at #AsianGames2018 #EnergyofAsia #Run– GOLD by #ManjeetSingh #Throw-GOLD by #NeerajChopra @Neeraj_chopra1 & #TajinderToor @Tajinder_Singh3 #Jump-GOLD by #ArpinderSingh @ArpinderSingh18 #CombinedEvents– GOLD by #SwapnaBarman @Swapna_Barman96 pic.twitter.com/SRoOlQYxsQ
— Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) August 29, 2018
Dutee Chand won her second medal of the Asian Games 2018 as she finished with silver in 200m final.
Sharath Achanta Kamal and Manika Batra settled for bronze after losing to Chinese duo in the semi-final of mixed team table tennis.
India’s medal tally has hence soared . It now stands at 54 . 11 Gold , 20 Silver and 23 Bronze Medals