List of Asian games 2018 Gold Medalists in India-India Alive

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India alive provides all news related to Asian games 2018.India ended the Asian Games 2018 campaign with 15 gold medals.The Asian Games 2018 was held at Jakarta.


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BajrangPunia Wrestler Bajrang Punia gave India its first gold medal at the 18th edition of the Asian Games with an 11-8 victory Over Japan’s Takatani daichi in the men’s freestyle 65kg final in Jakarta on 19th August.

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Vinesh Phogat created history by becoming the first Indian woman wrestler to win a gold medal at the Asian Games in the 50kg category.

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SaurabhChaudhary Saurabh Chaudhary became only the fifth Indian shooter to claim a gold in the Asian Games history.

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The 27-year old ace shooter from Maharashtra clinched the gold in the second decider shoot-off in the Women’s 25m Air Pistol Finals.

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The Indian men’s rowing squad redeemed itself by winning a rare gold.

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Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan continue India’s trend of winning a medal at Asian Games men’s doubles event with gold. Rohan Bopanna Divij Sharan

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Tajinderpal Singh Toor won the gold medal at the Asian Games 2018 in Shot Put after setting a national record with a 20.75m throw. Tajinderpal Singh

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NEERAJCHOPRA Neeraj Chopra wins first javelin throw gold in Asian Games 2018.

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Manjit Singh Manjit Singh won gold in the men’s 800 m final on 28 th August.

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Arpinder Singh Arpinder Singh became Indias 10th gold medalist at the Asian Games 2018 and the fourth in athletics.

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SWAPNABARMAN Swapna Barman gold medal-winning performance at the Asian Games 2018

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Jinson Johnson Indias JinsonJohnson claimed the gold medal in the mens 1500 m event in the Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta

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Hima Das MR Poovamma Saritaben Gayakwad Vismaya Koroth Hima Das MR Poovamma Saritaben Gayakwad and Vismaya Koroth ensured gold in jakarta.

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Amit Panghal secured India its first boxing gold at Jakartas Asian Games punching well above his weight category.

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60-year-old Pranab and 56-year-old Shibhnath finished at the top after scoring 384 points in Bridge.

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