India's Eabad Ali won India its second medal in sailing at the Asian Games on Tuesday as he showcased his windsurfing skills to claim a bronze medal in the Men’s Windsurfer RS:X event.
Earlier in the day, Neha Thakur won the silver medal in the girls' dinghy ILCA-4.
Ali finished with 57 points (Net Points: 50) to clinch the bronze medal.
South Korea's Wonwoo Cho won the gold (14 points) while Thailand's Natthaphong Phonoppharat clinched silver (29 points).
Ali finished second in the sixth and 14th races, which was also his best in the category in the Hangzhou games.
He won bronze after a total of fourteen races and got the better of Malaysia's Muhammad Izzuddin Bin Abdul Rani by one point.
Earlier, India's sailor Neha Thakur grabbed a silver in girl's dinghy ILCA-4 event to open the country's medal count in the sport on Day 3 of the Asian Games in Hangzhou on Tuesday.
A rising sailor from National Sailing School Bhopal, Neha finished with a total of 32 points but her net score of 27 helped her earn the second spot behind gold medallist Noppassorn Khunboonjan of Thailand.
Singapore's Kiera Marie Carlyle settled for a bronze with a net score of 28.
In sailing, the competitor's worst score from all the races is subtracted from the total points to determine the net score. The one with the lowest net score is adjudged the winner.
The girl's dinghy ILCA-4 category consists of 11 races and Neha finished with 32 total points. Neha's worst race was the fifth one where she got five points to end with a net score of 27.
The ILCA-4 is defined as a one-design dinghy class in the laser series and is a one-design class of sailboat.