The ongoing Asian Games 2023 has been encountering an in-depth prowess of Indian athletes in different disciplines. The country is presenting its topmost players and has remained at the top of acquiring the most number of medals. Recently, the quartet of Amoj Jacob, Anas Muhammad Yahiya, Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi and Rajesh Ramesh immensely broke the national record after bagging the 18th gold medal in the Asian Games. The team has got the gold in the men’s 4x400m relay.
The impeccable timing of the quartet left the audience with great pleasure as they completed the race in 3:01.58s. On the other hand, Qatar has received the second position with an appealing timing of 3:02.05s. Sri Lanka grasped the third position with a timing of 3:02.55s.
The Ultimate Desire Of India To Get Gold Medals
Talking about the Men’s 4x400m relay, the Iraq team was disqualified from the event due to their lane infringement situation. However, the Indian team showcased their best performance, and the quartet was able to clinch the gold medal, making the medal tally to reach a count of 81.
Previously, India’s Avinash Sable, who is a long-distance runner, showcased his impressive performance and secured a silver medal in Men’s 5000m in the ongoing Asian Games. On the other hand, India’s Harmilan Bains has effectively presented her run and won a silver medal for the country in the women’s 800m race. This was her second medal in the Asian Games. Her timing was highly competitive to beat the other competitors, which counted 2:03.75.
Niraj Chopra’s Winsome Moment
While the Indian quartet team were settling their performance to achieve gold, over the other side of the field, Neeraj Chopra and Kishor Jenna were on their ultimate league of Javelin Throw. It was the Men’s final for the Javelin Throwing event in Asian Games. The two Indian javelin throwers were in a neck-to-neck competition. However, in the end, Neeraj Chopra once again showcased his victorious win. He clinched the gold medal, and Jena grasped the silver medal for the country.