Indian recurve archer Harvinder Singh won a seventh gold for India at the 2018 Asian Para games on the fifth day of the eight-day event. He won the medal in the W2 category of impairment, which covers athletes with paraplegia, diplegia or double leg amputation below the knee, requiring a wheelchair.
The third Asian Para games started on the sixth of October and the event has reached its fifth day with India already bettering its previous record of gold medals. With seven gold medals of which the latest gold has been bagged by Harvinder Singh, who defeated China's Zhao Lixue 6-0 in the W2/ST category final, India now
On the other hand, track-and-field athletes added a silver and a bronze to India's tally on Wednesday. Monu Ghangas threw the discus 35.89m far bagging a silver medal in the f11 category. He stood behind Iran’s
Mohammed Yasser bagged a bronze in shot put in the F46 category, which covers upper limb deficiency, impaired muscle power or impaired range of movement. With a throw of 14.22m, Yasser finished third behind Kazakhstan's Mansurbayev Ravil (14.66m) and China's Wei Enlong(15.67m).
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