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India completes 50 Medals in Asian Games 2018, eyes on record

India completes 50 Medals in Asian Games 2018, eyes on record
Written by Abhishek Lohia

India has won 9 medals on the 10th day of the 18th Asian Games on Tuesday. These include a gold and six silver medals. Along with that, he has reached the mark of 50 medals in Asian Games 2018. India has now reached number eight in the medal tally. However, India was in 9th position with 41 medals, including 8 gold, till the end of the game on Monday. India has won the most gold medals in athletics in the current Asian Games. He has won 3 gold and total 11 medals in athletics. The second most successful game is shooting for Team India so far. India got 9 medals including two gold in it. India won three medals in Wrestling, including two gold. Apart from this, one-one Gold in Tennis and Rowing respectively.

Who is leading on Medal tally in Asian games 2018?

On the 10th day of the Asian Games, China finished first at the end of the game by winning 206 medals, including 97 gold. Japan is on second with 43 gold and South Korea are running third with 32 gold.

India won the highest medals in 2010 Asian Games. These games were held in Guangzhou, China. After crossing 50 medals in Indonesia, the Indian team’s next target will have to win 65 or more medals. If this happens, the record of winning the most medals at Asian Games will be remade.

India has won more than 50 medals five times in the Asian Games earlier this year. This is the sixth chance when he will cross this figure. In 1951, India had won 51 medals in its own host. After that, India won 57 medals in 1982. He has won more than 50 medals in 2006, 2010 and 2014 Asian Games. India had won the most of the Asian Games Medals in 1951, hosting itself in 15 gold. Since then, he has not touched this figure. However, India reached the closest of 2010, when they were managed to win 14 gold medals.

 

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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