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India at the Asian Games - Day 3
December 04, 2006 23:09 IST
Last Updated: December 05, 2006 18:33 IST
India finally got on to the gold medal tally at the Asian Games as Koneru Humpy outplayed her final opponent, Dana Aketayeva of Kazhakstan, to grab the yellow metal on Monday.
Humpy, who had been shocked in the sixth round by Atousa Porukashiyan made no mistake on Monday, scoring with three straight victories to finish with eight points of a possible nine.
The Indian men failed to pick any medal.
Boxing: Kolte enters quarter finals
Sanjay Kolte qualified for the quarter-finals, where he will meet Zou Shiming of China.
48 kg Prelims: Sanjay Kolte (IND) beat Sou Weng Meng (MAC) RSC 2
60 kg Prelims: Jai Bhagwan (IND) lost to Asylbek Talasbaev on points
Men's Rapid (Round 7): Utut Adianto (INA) lost to K Sasikiran (IND); P Harikrishna (IND) beat Meylis Annaberdiyev (TKM).
Women's Rapid (Round 7): Koneru Humpy (IND) beat Irina Kharisma Sukandar (INA)
Men's Rapid (Round 8): K Sasikiran ( IND) beat Qang Yue (CHN); Dao Thien Hai (VIE) beat P Harikrishna (IND).
Women's Rapid (Round 8): Mahri Geldyyeva (TKM) lost to Koneru Humpy (IND).
Men's Rapid (Round 9): K Sasikiran lost to Murtas Kazhgaleyev (KAZ); P Harikrishna beat Ehsan Maghami Ghaem (IRI).
Women's Rapid (Round 9): Koneru Humpy beat Dana Aketayeva (KAZ).
Pankaj Advani and Ashok Shandilya entered the semi-finals of the billiards singles event.
In the semi-finals, Advani will meet Aung San Oo of Myanmar while Shandilya clashes with Peter Gilchrist of Singapore.
Men's Snooker doubles: India v Sri Lanka: Round of 16
Men's Snooker doubles: India v Thailand: Quarters
Men's Billiards Singles: Round of 16
Men's Billiards Singles: Quarter-finals
India beat Macau 31-14 (half time 17-5)
Naya Chandra Singh Rungbam was the star, scoring 12 goals in 14 shots. Binu Vasuk, Rasheed Khan and Gaurav Sehgal scored four each.
India beat Bangladesh 6-0, after leading 4-0 at half-time.
The Indian goal scorers were: Dilip Tirkey (third, 24th and 33rd minutes) Shivendra Singh (29th), V Raghunath (42rd) and Aam Sinclair (54th).
This was India's first match in the tournament.
Rowing: Fine start by rowers
Indians continued their fine showing as the men's double scullers Anil Kumar Mehrolia and Bajranglal Takhar won their repachage race.
Men's double sculls : Repachage- India (Anil Kumar Mehrolia and Bajranglal Takhar) � First; Time: Three minutes 53.91 seconds.
Sepak Takraw: India lose in both sections
Men: India lost to Japan 1-2
Women: India lost to Korea 0-3
Manavjit Singh Sandhu, the world champion in Trap shooting was tied for lead after 75 shots in Trap at the end of the first day. He shot rounds of 23, 23 and 24 for a total of 70 out of 75, the same as Naser Meqlad of Kuwait.
The women's 10m Air Pistol squad won the team silver with 1142 points, behind China's 1161, which equaled the Asian Record. The Indian team was: Harven Srao (383), Sonia Rai (381) and Shewta Chaudhary (378)
Men's 10m Air Pistol:
Samaresh Jung -- missed final, placed 11th with 576 points
Deepak Sharma � missed final, placed 22nd with 571 points
Ronak Pandit -- missed final, placed 33rd with 565
Men's 50m Rifle Prone Qualification (Day 2):
SS Rathod -- missed final, placed 12th with 586
Sushil Ghalay -- missed final, placed 17th with 583
Imran Hassan Khan -- missed final, placed 34th with 579
Swimming: Khade, Arjun, Ankur lose in heats
Men's 50m Freestyle:
Ankur Poseria Heat 2 First 24.70s Did not make top 8
Virdhwal Khade Heat 4 Fifth 24.01s Did not make top 8
Men's 200m backstroke:
Rehan Poncha Heat 2 Fifth 2:11.53s
Arjun Muralidharan Fourth 56.16
Ankur Poseria Seventh 57.14s
Table Tennis: Mouma, Roy lose to fancied pair
Women's Doubles: Round of 32
Mouma Das and Poulomi Ghatak beat L Kejebachian and So Shakian (LIB) 11-7, 11-6, 12-14, 11-5
Kasturi Chakraborty and Mousumi Pal lost to A Fujinuma and A Fukuhara (JPN) 9-11, 2-11, 6-11
Women's Doubles: Round of 16:
Mouma Das and Poulomi Ghatak v Sui Fei Lau and Lin Ling (SIN)
Men's Doubles: Round of 32
Pathik Nisheeth Mehta and Subhajit Saha lost to Chang Yen Shu and Chih Chi Wu (TPE) 5-11, 4-11, 6-11
Sharath Kamal and Soumyadeep Roy (IND) lost to Doan Kien QUoc and DInh Quang (VIE) 9-11, 9-11, 9-11
Women's Singles: Round of 32
Mouma Das lost to Nanthana Komwong (THA) 6-11, 11-7, 8-11, 5-11, 6-11
Poulomi Ghatak lost to Lin Ling (HKG) 7-11, 6-11, 2-11, 12-10, 4-11
Men's Singles: Round of 32
Sharath Achanta Kamal beat Doan Kien Quoc (VIE) 11-6, 11-7, 13-15, 11-5, 11-9
Soumyadeep Roy beat Anwar Saleh (BRN) 11-8, 11-5, 11-5, 11-4
Tennis: Indian men's team shocked by Chinese Taipei
India lost to Chinese Taipei 1-2
Karan Rastogi lost to Wang Yeu Tzuoo (TPE) 1-6, 3-6
Rohan Bopanna beat Lu Yen Hsun (TPE) 4-6, 7-6, 6-4
Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi lost to Wang Yeu Tzuoo and Lu Yen Hsun (TPE) 2-6, 3-6.
Bowling: Bowlers way down
India 1- Dinesh Gunasekaran and A Srinath (48th with 2259 points)
India 3 - Vijay Punjabi and Ashok Girish Gaba (50th 2170 points)
India 2 - Ajay Singh and Sethu Srinivasan (52nd with 2114 points)
India 2 - Sheela Kumari Chowha and Sumanthi Nallanbantu (30th with 2070 points)
India 1 - Judy Alban and Sana Saleem Saipillai (31st with 2000 points)
India 2 - Pratima Hegde and Sabeena Anwar Saleem (32nd with 1986 points).
Judo: India judokas lose
Men's 66 kg: Parvinder Singh:
Women: 52 kg: Anita Angom Chanu
Women's 57 kg: Nirupama Laishram Dev
Kabaddi: India beat Pakistan, maintain unbeaten run
India beat Pakistan 31-20 (after trailing 9-11 at half time)
Volleyball: India lose to Saudi Arabia