Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally: Full list of Indian medal winners

Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally: Full list of Indian medal winners


India has made a remarkable performance at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou, China, winning 33 medals so far, including eight gold and 12 silver. The Indian contingent has surpassed its previous-best tally of 31 medals at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. With four more days of competition left, India is hopeful of adding more medals to its kitty and improving its position in the overall medal table.


Shooting: India’s most successful sport with 17 medals

The Indian shooters have been the most successful group, bagging 17 medals, six of them gold. Here are the details of their achievements:

  • Gold medals (6):
    • Men’s 10m air rifle team: Rudrankksh Patil, Divyansh Singh Panwar and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar
    • Men’s 10m air pistol individual: Sarabjot Singh
    • 10m air pistol mixed team: Sarabjot Singh and Divya Dhayal
    • 10m air pistol mixed team standard: Manu Bhaker and Saurabh Chaudhary
    • 10m air pistol mixed team rapid fire: Yashaswini Singh Deswal and Abhishek Verma
    • Trap mixed team: Shreyasi Singh and Lakshay Sheoran
  • Silver medals (4):
    • Women’s 10m air rifle team: Ramita Jindal, Anjum Moudgil and Elavenil Valarivan
    • 10m air rifle mixed team: Anjum Moudgil and Divyansh Singh Panwar
    • Skeet mixed team: Manisha Keer and Angad Vir Singh Bajwa
  • Bronze medals (7):
    • Women’s 10m air rifle individual: Ramita Jindal
    • Men’s trap individual: Lakshay Sheoran
    • Women’s trap individual: Shreyasi Singh
    • Men’s skeet individual: Angad Vir Singh Bajwa
    • Women’s skeet individual: Manisha Keer
    • Men’s double trap individual: Shardul Vihan
    • Women’s double trap individual: Rajeshwari Kumari

Rowing: India won four silver and three bronze medals

The rowers also contributed to India’s medal haul, winning four silver and three bronze medals. Here are the details of their achievements:

  • Silver medals (4):
    • Men’s lightweight double sculls: Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh
    • Men’s pair: Jakar Khan and Arjun Jat
    • Men’s eight: Sawarn Singh, Dattu Baban Bhokanal, Om Prakash, Sukhmeet Singh, Arvind Singh, Arjun Lal Jat, Jakar Khan and Gurinder Singh
  • Bronze medals (3):
    • Men’s four: Sawarn Singh, Dattu Baban Bhokanal, Om Prakash and Sukhmeet Singh
    • Women’s pair: Sanjukta Dung Dung and Harpreet Kaur
    • Women’s lightweight double sculls: Komal Bhagwan Gole and Pooja Rajendra Bhor

Other gold medalists: Mirabai Chanu and Bajrang Punia

The other gold medals for India came from weightlifter Mirabai Chanu in the women’s 49kg category and wrestler Bajrang Punia in the men’s freestyle 65kg category. Chanu lifted a total of 205kg to win her second consecutive Asian Games gold medal, while Punia defeated Japan’s Takuto Otoguro by technical superiority to claim his maiden Asian Games title.

Other silver medalists: Ravi Kumar Dahiya, Lovlina Borgohain and others

The silver medals for India came from wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya in the men’s freestyle 57kg category, boxer Lovlina Borgohain in the women’s welterweight category, archer Aditi Gopichand Swami in the women’s recurve individual event, tennis player Ankita Raina in the women’s singles event and squash players Saurav Ghosal and Joshna Chinappa in the men’s and women’s singles events respectively.

Other bronze medalists: Deepak Punia, Nikhat Zareen and others

The bronze medals for India came from wrestler Deepak Punia in the men’s freestyle 86kg category, boxer Nikhat Zareen in the women’s flyweight category, archer Ojas Pravin Deotale in the men’s recurve individual event, tennis players Ramkumar Ramanathan and Prajnesh Gunneswaran in the men’s singles events and squash players Mahesh Mangaonkar and Sunayna Kuruvilla in the men’s and women’s singles events respectively.

Overall medal table: India ranks fourth with eight gold, 12 silver and 13 bronze medals

India is currently placed fourth in the overall medal table with eight gold, 12 silver, and 13 bronze medals. China leads the table with 78 gold, followed by the Republic of Korea with 19 gold and Japan with 15 gold. The Asian Games will conclude on October 8 with more than 12,000 athletes from 45 countries competing in 481 events across 40 sports.

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 78 51 36 165
2 Republic of Korea 19 20 23 62
3 Japan 15 21 28 64
4 India 8 12 13 33

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