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Asian Games 2018 Day 14 highlights: India post biggest ever medal tally

On the penultimate day of the Games, India are sitting at the eighth spot with 15 gold, 24 silver 30 bronze for a total of 69 medals

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With athletics wrapped up on Day 12, India had fewer opportunities to win a medal on Day 13. India opened their day's medal account with a silver and bronze in sailing which came quite late in the day, only after India had lost its medal contention in Table Tennis, where Manika Batra lost her round of 16 women's singles match. Both Sharath Kamal and Gnanasekaran Sathiyan also lost their round of 16 matches in men's singles soon after that. While Varsha Gautham and Sveta Shervegar won a silver medal in 49er FX women event, Harshita Tomar got a bronze in Open laser 4.7. Another ...

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Asian Games 2018 Day 14 highlights: India post biggest ever medal tally

On the penultimate day of the Games, India are sitting at the eighth spot with 15 gold, 24 silver 30 bronze for a total of 69 medals

With athletics wrapped up on Day 12, India had fewer opportunities to win a medal on Day 13. India opened their day's medal account with a silver and bronze in sailing which came quite late in the day, only after India had lost its medal contention in Table Tennis, where Manika Batra lost her round of 16 women's singles match. Both Sharath Kamal and Gnanasekaran Sathiyan also lost their round of 16 matches in men's singles soon after that. While Varsha Gautham and Sveta Shervegar won a silver medal in 49er FX women event, Harshita Tomar got a bronze in Open laser 4.7. Another ...

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