India has won 68 medals in the Asian Games being played in Hangzhou, which includes 15 gold, 26 silver, 27 bronze. India’s Parul Chaudhary displayed great strength in the Asian Games women’s 5000 meters on Tuesday in Hangzhou. Won gold medal in the competition. On the other hand, Annu Rani has won the gold medal in the javelin throw event with a throw of 62.92 meters. This is Annu’s second Asiad medal after 2014 Incheon. India is performing brilliantly in all sports.
Parul became the winner by defeating Ririka Hironaka of Japan.
Parul was among the top two in the last lap and then in the last moments overtook Ririka Hironaka of Japan and managed to win the gold medal with a time of 15 minutes 14.75 seconds. This is Parul’s second medal in the ongoing Asian Games. She also won a silver medal in the women’s 3000 meter steeplechase on Monday.
Annu Rani becomes the first woman to win gold in javelin throw event in Asian Games
Indian athlete Annu Rani became the first Indian woman to win a gold medal in javelin throw at the Asian Games. On Tuesday, Annu Rani won the historic gold medal in javelin throw with her season best throw of 62.92 meters. Rani won the gold medal in women’s javelin throw with a season’s best of 62.92 meters in her fourth attempt. Nadeesha Dilhan of Sri Lanka won the silver medal.
Mohammad Afzal gave silver medal to the country
Mohammad Afzal won the silver medal in the men’s 800 meter race with a timing of 1 minute 48.43 seconds. Earlier, Vithya Ramraj could not give her best performance but despite this she was successful in winning the bronze medal in the women’s 400 meter hurdles event. Twenty-five year old Vithya finished third with a timing of 55.68 seconds. Oluwakemi Mujidat Adekoya of Bahrain won the gold medal with a Games record time of 54.45 seconds. China’s Jadei Mo won the silver medal with her season’s best performance of 55.01 seconds.
Vithya equaled PT Usha’s national record
On Monday, Vithya had qualified for the finals by topping her heat by equaling PT Usha’s 400m hurdles national record set in 1984 with a personal best performance of 55.52 seconds. Vithya was also part of India’s 4x400m mixed relay team that won a silver medal on Monday after Sri Lanka was disqualified due to ‘lane violation’. Other members of the team were Mohammed Ajmal Variyathodi, Rajesh Ramesh and Subha Venkatesan.