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Asian Games Medal Tally 2023 Top 10 Countries, India on Move

Asian Games Medal Tally

Asian Games Medal Tally

Asian Games Medal Tally of 2023 have been provided in this article of the Asian Games 2023 which is taking place in Hangzhou at China. The 19th edition of the Games, hosted in the vibrant city of Hangzhou, is being displayed by awe-inspiring performances from athletes representing 45 nations.

As per Asian Games Medal Tally of 2023 update India with their first event of the game won a medal, as the trio of Ramita, Mehuli Ghosh, and Ashi Chouksey begged a silver medal in the women’s 10m air rifle event. Shortly after the first medal, army men Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind won a silver in men’s lightweight double sculls as well. 

Asian Games Medal Tally

Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally

India has won five medals at the Asiad so far three silver and two bronze and is in third place on the medal count behind China (13 medals, including 11 gold) and Hong Kong, China (one gold). India is off to a strong start in its 2023 Asian Games campaign. Indian athletes put on impressive displays on Sunday morning to win medals in rowing and shooting, hours after taking part in a beautiful opening ceremony.

Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh, a team from the Army, won silver in the men’s lightweight double sculls, giving the nation its first medal at this Asiad. Soon after, Ashi Chouksey, Mehuli Ghosh, and Ramita Jindal’s women’s 10m air rifle team won a silver medal in shooting.

The men’s coxed eight team, which included Neeraj, Naresh Kalwaniya, Neetish Kumar, Charanjeet Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Bheem Singh, Punit Kumar, Ashish, and Uttam Pande, won silver to win India’s third rowing medal of the day. Babu Lal Yadav and Lekh Ram, another men’s rowing pair, followed it up with a bronze medal.

Asian Games Medal in Rowing

Top 10 Countries in Asian Games Medal Tally 2023

The medal events for the 19th Asian Games began on September 24 after the opening ceremony on September 23. The opening ceremony for the Asian Games 2023 in Hangzhou, China, will take place on September 23, but certain competitions began as early as September 18. More than 12500 competitors from 45 different countries will compete in 40 different sports across 61 different disciplines at the multi-sport event.

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 China 155 82 43 280
2 Japan 33 45 49 127
3 South Korea 31 42 63 136
4 India 13 24 25 62
5 Uzbekistan 13 14 21 48
6 Chinese Taipei 12 10 17 39
7 Thailand 10 9 17 36
8 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 7 10 5 22
9 Hong Kong China 6 15 24 45
10 Bahrain 6 1 4 11

India in Asian Games Medal Tally 2023 Updates

This time around in Hangzhou, China, the 655-person Indian delegation has set out on a mission to bring home the nation’s largest medal haul ever. It can draw inspiration from a number of noteworthy performances from earlier competitions, where India has historically performed exceptionally well in a variety of categories. India in Asian Games Medal Tally 2023 Updates have been listed below till date:

Neeraj Chopra in Asian Games


Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally India’s Medals Update

India sent a contingent of 655 athletes to participate in the 19th edition of the Asian Games, which began on September 23 and will conclude on October 8, 2023, in Hangzhou, the People’s Republic of China.

Asian Games 2023 India’s medal winners list
No. Athletes Sport Event Medal
1 Team India Shooting Women’s 10m air rifle team Silver
2 Team India Rowing Men’s lightweight double sculls Silver
3 Team India Rowing Men’s pair Bronze
4 Team India Rowing Men’s eight Silver
5 Ramita Jindal Shooting Women’s 10m air rifle Bronze
6 Team India Shooting Men’s 10m air rifle team Gold
7 Team India Rowing Men’s four Bronze
8 Team India Rowing Men’s quadruple Bronze
9 Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar Shooting Men’s 10m air rifle Bronze
10 Team India Shooting Men’s 25m rapid file pistol team Bronze
11 Team India Cricket Women’s T20 cricket Gold
12 Neha Thakur Sailing Girl’s Dinghy – ILCA4 Silver
13 Eabad Ali Sailing Men’s Windsurfer – RS:X Bronze
14 Team India Equestrian Dressage Team Gold
15 Team India Shooting Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions team Silver
16 Team India Shooting Women’s 25m pistol team Gold
17 Sift Kaur Samra Shooting Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions Gold
18 Ashi Chouksey Shooting Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions Bronze
19 Team India Shooting Men’s skeet team Bronze
20 Vishnu Saravanan Sailing Men’s dinghy ICLA7 Bronze
21 Esha Singh Shooting Women’s 25m pistol Silver
22 Anantjeet Singh Naruka Shooting Men’s skeet Silver
23 Naorem Roshibina Devi Wushu Women’s 60kg sanda Silver
24 Team India Shooting Men’s 10m air pistol team Gold
25 Anush Agarwalla Equestrian Dressage individual Bronze
26 Team India Shooting Women’s 10m air pistol team Silver
27 Team India Shooting Men’s 50m rifle 3 positions team Gold
28 Team India Tennis Men’s doubles Silver
29 Esha Singh Shooting Women’s 10m air pistol Silver
30 Palak Gulia Shooting Women’s 10m air pistol Gold
31 Team India Squash Women’s team Bronze
32 Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar Shooting Men’s 50m rifle 3 positions Silver
33 Kiran Baliyan Athletics Women’s shot put Bronze
34 Team India Shooting 10m air pistol mixed team Silver
35 Team India Tennis Mixed doubles Gold
36 Team India Squash Men’s team Gold
37 Karthik Kumar Athletics Men’s 10,000m Silver
38 Gulveer Singh Athletics Men’s 10,000m Bronze
39 Aditi Ashok Golf Women’s golf Silver
40 Team India Shooting Women’s trap team Silver
41 Team India Shooting Men’s trap team Gold
42 Kynan Chenai Shooting Men’s trap Bronze
43 Nikhat Zareen Boxing Women’s 50kg Bronze
44 Avinash Sable Athletics Men’s 3000m steeplechase Gold
45 Tajinderpal Singh Toor Athletics Men’s shot put Gold
46 Harmilan Bains Athletics Women’s 1500m Silver
47 Ajay Kumar Saroj Athletics Men’s 1500m Silver
48 Jinson Johnson Athletics Men’s 1500m Bronze
49 Nandini Agasara Athletics Women’s heptathlon Bronze
50 Murali Sreeshankar Athletics Men’s long jump Silver
51 Seema Punia Athletics Women’s discus throw Bronze
52 Jyothi Yarraji Athletics Women’s 100m hurdles Silver
53 Team India Badminton Men’s team Silver
54 Team India Roller skating Women’s speed skating 3000m relay Bronze
55 Team India Roller skating Men’s speed skating 3000m relay Bronze
56 Team India Table tennis Women’s doubles Bronze
57 Parul Chaudhary Athletics Women’s 3000m steeplechase Silver
58 Priti Lamba Athletics Women’s 3000m steeplechase Bronze
59 Ancy Sojan Athletics Women’s long jump Silver
60 Team India Athletics Mixed 4x400m relay Silver
61 Team India Canoe Sprint Men’s canoe double 1000m Bronze
62 Preeti Pawar Boxing Women’s 54kg Bronze
  • In Cricket Women India team beat Bangladesh to reach women’s final
  • In Men’s Hockey Team India beat Uzbekistan 16-0 in Pool A match of the Asian Games 2023
  • In the round of 16 in men’s team table tennis, India defeated Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan took a 1-0 lead in the first exchange as Kirill defeated Kamal. However, Sathiyan pulled off a comeback to overcome Aidos, and Rajul then defeated Alan. Sathiyan then fell short to Kirill. However, Kamal saved India by defeating Aidos in the decisive match. India defeated Republic of Korea 3-2 to go to the quarterfinals.
  • In Boxing Preeti defeats Jordan’s Silina in the women’s 54kg category round of 16 of the Asian Game.

Asian Games 2023

One of the most eagerly anticipated sporting events of the year is the Asian Games 2023, which were originally scheduled for 2022 but were postponed because to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is just one Asian Games every four years. The first Asian Games were held in New Delhi in 1951. In 2018, Indonesia hosted the 18th Asian Games.

Athletes that compete in the Asian Games in 2023 can earn spots in the Paris Olympics in 2024. India will send 655 athletes competing in 39 sports, compared to 680 participants from Hong Kong competing in various sporting events during the competition.

The Indian flag was carried during the opening ceremony of the Asian Games 2023 by boxing champion Lovlina Borgohain and captain of the men’s hockey team of India, Harmanpreet Singh.

Schedule of Asian Games 2023

A big sporting event, the Asian Games 2023 will include 61 disciplines and 40 different sports. India has a rich history at the Asian Games, having sent a team in the past that included 570 athletes competing in 36 sports. As athletes from many Asian nations participate in the spirit of sportsmanship and fraternity, the 2023 games will be a display of athletic excellence and cultural interchange.

Particulars of Asian Game Asian Games 2023
Edition 19th Edition
Year 2023
Scheduled Dates 23 Sep 2023 to 08 Oct 2023
Host Country China
Venue Hangzhou Olympic Sports Expo Center
Events 482 Events
No. of Sports 40 Sports
No. of Disciplines 61 Disciplines
Main Purpose Multi Sports Event executed among athletes from all over Asia.
Official Website

Since 1982, the Asian Games have been managed by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA). Athletes from all around Asia compete in the prestigious continental multi-sport Asian Games, which are held every four years. This important competition will be held for the 19th time in the upcoming Asian Games in 2023.

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