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Asian Games 2018 Day 4 Highlights: Rahi Sarnobat wins gold; four bronze medals in Wushu

Asian Games 2018 Highlights: India won five medals including a gold on Day 4 of Asian Games.

By: Sports Desk | Updated: August 22, 2018 7:53:02 pm
Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Day 4 Live Score and Updates: Rahi Sarnobat wins gold for India. (Source: PTI)

Asian Games 2018 Day 4 Highlights: India had a good day at Asian Games, winning a total of five medals on Day 4 – a gold and four bronze. Rahi Sarnobat won gold in the morning in shooting while the four bronze medals came in Wushu. Indian hockey men team broke their 86-year old record to register their biggest International win, defeating Hong Kong 26-0. It was a good day for tennis players as well as Rohan Bopanna-Divij Sharan in men’s doubles and Ankita Raina in women’s singles assured India of two medals. Here are the highlights. (MEDAL TALLY)

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Asian Games 2018 Day 4 Highlights: 

19:22 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Day 4 Wrap

That's all for today. India's medal-events for the day are over. India added five medals to its kitty on Day 4 - one gold and four bronze medals. Rahi Sarnobat won gold in the morning in shooting while the four bronze medals came in Wushu.

19:12 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Volleyball Live Result

The Indian volleyball team lose their Volleyball Pool F match against Qatar 3-0.

18:48 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wushu Live Result

FOURTH BRONZE IN WUSHU FOR INDIA! Narender Grewal settles for bronze in 65kg category after going down 2-0 against Iran's Zafari Faroud.

18:44 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Artistic Gymnastics Live Result

 India women's team finish Artistic Gymnastics placed seventh with 138.050 points.

18:37 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wushu Live Result

THIRD BRONZE MEDAL IN WUSHUA limping Surya Singh loses his semifinal match 2-0 to settle for bronze in 60kg category.  Great sportsmanship witnessed as Surya's opponent Erfan from Iran picks the injured Indian up and carries him off the mat after the match.

18:33 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Swimming Live Result

Indian swimming team comprising of Aaron Dsouza, Anshul, Sajan Prakash and Virdhawal Khade completed their Final race of the Men's 4 x 100m Freestyle relay event, finishing 8th clocking 3:25:34.

18:29 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wrestling Live Result

Harpreet Singh loses 3-6 in Bronze Medal bout to Kustubayev Azamt in Greco-Roman 87 kg. That means there is no medal for India in wrestling today.

18:21 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wushu Live Result

ANOTHER MEDAL FOR INDIA! Santosh Kumar gets Bronze in Wushu Men's Sanda 56 kg event. He went down against Vietnam's Bui in 56kg semifinals. 

18:11 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wushu Live Result

Roshibina Devi wins bronze in women's Wushu Sanda 60 kg category. China's Cai Yingying dominated the Indian to win the match 1-0.

18:01 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Artistic Gymnastics Live Update

After rotation 2, India are placed at the top with 73.250 points. Indonesia are placed second with 69.400 points while DPR Korea are placed third with 67.550 points.

17:58 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Volleyball Live Update

Men's tournament preliminary Pool F volleyball match between India and Qatar is underway.

17:27 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Tennis Live Update

Rohan Bopanna and Ankita Raina win the first set against Hong Kong's Chong and Wong 6-4. Bopanna and Ankita have already confirmed a medal in men's doubles and women's singles respectively.

17:06 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Artistic Gymnastics Live Result

After rotation 1, India are placed fifth with 23.300 points while China are placed first with 41.450 in Artistic Gymnastics.

17:03 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Tennis Live Result

Uzbeki pair of Aleksander and Dennis defeat India's Sumit Nagal and Ramkumar Ramanathan in a tie-breaker set of 10-2. They qualify for the last slot of the assured Bronze medal match in the Men's Doubles event.

16:16 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Shooting Live Update

Wishes pour in as Rahi Sarnobat bags gold in 25m pistol event. Here are all the reactions. 

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16:13 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Archery Result

Abhishek Verma is the top-ranked India. He grabs fourth rank with the score of 704. Aman Saini ranked 16th with 692 points. Sangampreet Bisla ranked 19th with 689 points.

India team ranked second with the score of 2087 points in men's archery. India ranked second with a score of 1409 points in mixed team event.

16:02 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Hockey Report

Indian men hockey team on Wednesday broke their 86-year old record as they defeated Hong Kong China 26-0 in a one-sided Pool B match of the Asian Games in Indonesia. Here is the complete report. 

15:07 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Shooting Live Result

Rahi Sarnobat becomes first Indian woman shooter to win Asiad gold. She prevailed in a thrilling shootout on her way to winning the yellow metal at the Jakabaring Shooting Range. Read the report here. 

14:58 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Tennis Live Result

Indian Pair of Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan qualify for the semifinals in Men’s Doubles. That means at least two medals are confirmed in tennis for India.

14:54 (IST)22 Aug 2018
Asian Games 2018 Wrestling Live Result

Hardeep loses 1-6 to Jahongir Turdiev from Uzbekistan. Meanwhile, Gurpreet Singh loses 1-9 to China's Bin Yang in Repechage round 2.

Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Day 4 Live Score and Updates:  Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Day 4 Live Score and Updates: Saurabh Chaudhary won the gold medal.

Asian Games 2018 Live Streaming Day 4 Live Score and Updates: An athlete not old enough to grasp the enormity of his feat struck gold, a seasoned but scarred pro found his silver lining and a man here for hobby collected a bronze as shooters dominated India’s medal haul in the Asian Games on Tuesday. The 16-year-old Saurabh Chaudhary, son of a farmer, became the youngest Indian shooter to strike gold with a Games record of 240.7 in the 10m air pistol event in a field of Olympic and world champions, the one in which lawyer-cum-marksman Abhishek Verma (219.3) picked up a bronze to justify his hobby in Palembang. “I did not feel any pressure. It doesn’t help,” said Chaudhary, a class XI student who picked up the sport only three years ago, when asked about the competition that included world champion Tomoyuki Matsuda of Japan and Jin Jong-oh from South Korea, the multiple Olympic and world champion. Then came Sanjeev Rajput, whose life and career was scarred by allegations of rape by a woman he was in a relationship with. The 37-year-old, with his silver in the 50m rifle 3 positions event, continued his efforts of regaining a sense of at least professional normalcy.