Day nine: India results

It was a day when Sindhu became the first Indian to enter an Asiad final while Indian paddlers assured the country of a maiden Asiad medal.

She started her Asian Games singles journey very shakily a few days ago but now P.V. Sindhu is just a step away from gold and glory.   -  AP


Men: Final: 400m hurdles: 2. Dharun Ayyasamy, 5. Santhosh Kumar Tamilarasan; 3000m steeplechase: 8. Shankar Lal Swami; High jump: 8. B. Chethan; Javelin throw: 1. Neeraj Chopra, 8. Shivpal Singh; Qualification: 800m: Jinson Johnson, Manjit Singh (enter final).

Women: Final: 400m hurdles: 4. Anu Raghavan, 5. Jauna Murmu; 3000m steeplechase: 2. Sudha Singh, 11. Chinta; Long jump: 2. Neena Varakil, 10. Nayana James.


Women (semifinals): P.V. Sindhu bt Akane Yamaguchi (Jpn) 21-17, 15-21, 21-10; Saina Nehwal lost to Tai Tzu Ying (Tpe) 17-21, 14-21 (bags bronze).

Boxing (round-of-16): Men: Light Fly (49kg): Amit bt Enkhmandakh Kharkhuu (Mgl); Bantam (56kg): Mohammad Hussamuddin lost to Enkh-Amar Kharkhuu (Mgl); Light Welter (64kg): Dheeraj bt Nurlan Kobashev (Kgz); Men’s Middle (75kg): Vikas Krishan bt Tanveer Ahmed (Pak).

Hockey: Women: Pool B: India bt Thailand 5-0.

Karate: Men: -75kg (1/16 final): Sharath Kumar Jayendran lost to Muil Kim (Kor); -84kg (quarterfinal): Vishal lost to Shakhboz Akhatov (Uzb).

Sailing: Fleet overall after race 10: Mixed RS One: 8. Katya Ida Coelho, Dayne Edgar Agnelo Coelho.

Sepak takraw: Men’s Regu: Group B: India bt Nepal 2-0.

Squash: Men’s team: Pool B: India bt Indonesia 3-0; India bt Singapore 3-0.

Women’s team: Pool B: India bt Iran 3-0.

Table Tennis (quarterfinals): Women’s team: Hong Kong bt India 3-1.

Men's team: India bt Japan 3-1.

Volleyball: Women: Pool B: China bt India 25-18, 25-19, 25-9.

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