Medals Tally Asian Games 2023 for India: Check more details inside!

Medals Tally Asian Games 2023- China, the host nation, took first place in the medal standings with 383 medals, including 201 gold. India collected 28 gold medals and came in fourth. India finished the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou with a total of 107 medals, including 28 gold, 38 silver, and 41 bronze. China is hosting the Asian Games. The games will conclude on October 8, 2023, having begun on September 23, 2023. A variety of Asian nations are competing in the competitions for various sports. See the Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally report.

India achieved a historic feat at the current Asian Games 2023 by earning 100 medals. India is the first country in history to accomplish this incredible accomplishment. This accomplishment followed the Indian women’s kabaddi team’s gold medal win in the women’s team kabaddi event on October 7 at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou.

Medals Tally Asian Games 2023

The 19th edition of the tournament began in Hangzhou, People’s Republic of China, on September 23 and will run until October 8. The greatest athletes from various sports come together under one roof to compete in several sports contests organised by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) throughout a designated time frame. See the complete medal tally for the Asian Games 2023—of which India has won 24—here.

Every four years, the Asian Games are a significant international multisport competition that fosters friendship and sports among Asian countries. Athletes from Asia participate in a wide range of sports, such as shooting, softball, squash, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon, volleyball, weightlifting, wrestling, wushu, fencing, football, basketball, boxing, canoeing, cycling, equestrian, fencing, football, hockey, gymnastics, handball, hockey, judo, kabaddi, karate, and modern pentathlon.

Medals Tally Asian Games 2023

Medals Tally Asian Games 2023 Overview

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Dates 23 September to 8 October 2023
Venue Hangzhou
Category Sports
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About Asian Games

Every four years, athletes from all across Asia compete in a continental multi-sport competition called the Asian Games, or Asiad. From the first Games in 1951 in New Delhi, India, to the 1978 Games, the Asian Games Federation (AGF) oversaw the Games. Following the dissolution of the Asian Games Federation, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has been in charge of organising the Games since 1982.The Games are regarded as the second-largest multi-sport event after the Olympic Games and are recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

The Asian Games have been hosted by nine countries. Israel, which was barred from the Games following its final participation in 1974, is one of forty-six countries that have taken part in the event. The most recent iteration of the games took place from September 23, 2023, to October 8, 2023, in Hangzhou, China.

Asian Games Sports Competition 2023: Indian Medal tally

Sixty-six Indian athletes will compete against the top athletes from other nations in 39 sports in the competition’s 19th edition. The top athletes from a variety of sports are competing against one another, and although the competition is fierce this time around, India has a long history of winning several gold.

As the above graphic shows, China has earned the most medals to date and is now leading the medals table. Japan is in third position, while the Republic of Korea is in second place with 82 medals apiece.

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Asian Games Medal Details 2023

Women’s qualifying round (Divya TS, Palak, Esha Singh) at 7:00 AM and subsequently for the 10m air pistol, team medals, and individual final. Men’s 50-meter rifle, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Kusale, and Akhil Sheoran in the final; three-person qualification; team medals; start time: 7:00 AM and later.

The Indian team won its third gold medal of the Asian Games 2023 when the mixed team placed first in the equestrian dressage on Tuesday. The equestrian team at last took home a gold medal in this sport, after 41 years of trying.

Indian Asian Games Medal Count by Nation for 2023

For the first time in the history of the Asian Games, India won gold in the women’s air rifle shooting and cricket competitions. It’s an incredible achievement for the nation and the athletes, and we hope the committed competitors take home more gold and prove to the rest of the world how exceptional they truly are. After 41 years, India has at last earned a gold medal in horse sports.

The equestrian team of Anush Agarwalla (Etro), Hriday Vipul Chheda (ChemXPro Emerald), Divyakriti Singh (Adrenalin Firfod), and Sudipti Hajela (Chinski) helped India win its third gold medal at the Asian Games. For the first time, India has achieved medal success in individual dressage at the Asian Games.

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total number of Medals
China 93 54 26 173
Republic of Korea 23 24 40 88
Japan 19 31 32 82
India 8 11 12 31
Thailand 7 3 9 19
Uzbekistan 6 10 15 31
Hong Kong China 5 12 15 32
Chinese Taipei 5 4 7 16
Iran 3 9 10 22
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 3 5 4 12

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Asian Games Medal Victors 

The equestrian team of Anush Agarwalla (Etro), Hriday Vipul Chheda (ChemXPro Emerald), Divyakriti Singh (Adrenalin Firfod), and Sudipti Hajela (Chinski) helped India win its third gold medal at the Asian Games. For the first time, India has achieved medal success in individual dressage at the Asian Games.

Sarabjot Singh, Arjun Singh Cheema, and Shiva Narwal surpassed China, which finished in second place with 1733 points, with a combined total of 1734. Vietnam won bronze and finished third. At this year’s Asiad, India has won 24 medals overall, including four gold in the shooting category.

The Complete Indian Medal Tally History for the 2023 Asian Games

For the first time in the history of the Asian Games, India won gold in the women’s air rifle shooting and cricket competitions. It’s an incredible achievement for the nation and the athletes, and we hope the committed competitors take home more gold and prove to the rest of the world how exceptional they truly are. After 41 years, India has at last earned a gold medal in horse sports.

S No. Athletes Sport Event Medal
1 Ashi Chouksey, Mehuli Ghosh, Ramita Jindal Shooting Women’s 10m air rifle team Silver
2 Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh Rowing Men’s lightweight double sculls Silver
3 Babu Lal Yadav and Lekh Ram Rowing Men’s pair Bronze
4 Neeraj, Naresh Kalwaniya, Neetesh Kumar, Charanjeet Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Bheem Singh, Punit Kumar, Ashish, DU Pande Rowing Men’s eight Silver
5 Ramita Jindal Shooting Women’s 10m air rifle Bronze
6 Rudrankksh Patil, Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Divyansh Singh Panwar Shooting Men’s 10m air rifle team Gold
7 Jaswinder Singh, Bheem Singh, Punit Kumar, Ashish Rowing Men’s four Bronze
8 Parminder Singh, Satnam Singh, Jakar Khan, Sukhmeet Singh Rowing Men’s quadruple Bronze
9 Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar Shooting Men’s 10m air rifle Bronze
10 Vijayveer Sidhu, Adarsh Singh, Anish Bhanwala Shooting Men’s 25m rapid file pistol team Bronze
11 Indian cricket team 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 Hriday Chheda, Anush Agarwalla, Divyakriti Singh, Sudipti Hajela Equestrian Dressage Team Gold
15 Ashi Chouksey, Manini Kaushik, Sift Kaur Samra Shooting Women’s 50m rifle 3 positions team Silver
16 Manu Bhaker, Rhythm Sangwan, Esha Singh 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 Arjun Cheema, Sarabjot Singh, Shiva Narwal (Team India) Shooting Men’s 10m air pistol team Gold
25 Anush Agarwalla Equestrian Dressage individual Bronze
26 Esha Singh, Palak, and Divya TS (Team India) Shooting Women’s 10m air pistol team Silver
27 Swapnil Kusale, Aishwarya Pratap and Akhil Sheoran (Team India) Shooting Men’s 50m rifle 3 positions team Gold
28 Saketh Myneni, Ramkumar Ramanathan (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 Joshna Chinappa, Anahat Singh, Tanvi Khanna, Dipika Pallikal (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 Sarabjot Singh, Divya TS Shooting 10m air pistol mixed team Silver
35 Rohan Bopanna, Rutuja Bhosale Tennis Mixed doubles tennis team Gold
36 Saurav Ghosal, Abhay Singh, Harinder Pal Singh, Mahesh Mangaonkar Squash Men’s squash 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 Manisha Keer, Preeti Rajak, Rajeshwari Kumari Shooting Women’s trap team Silver
41 Kynan Chenai, Zoravar Singh Sandhu, Prithviraj Tondaiman 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 Kidambi Srikanth, Lakshya Sen, Chirag Shetty, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, MR Arjun, Dhruva Kapila, HS Prannoy, Mithun Manjunath, Sai Pratheek, Rohan Kapoor Badminton Men’s team Silver
54 Karthika Jagadeeswaran, Heeral Sadhu, Aarathy Kasturi Raj Roller skating Women’s speed skating 3000m relay Bronze
55 Vikram Rajendra Ingale, Siddhant Rahul Kamble, Anandkumar Velkumar Roller skating Men’s speed skating 3000m relay Bronze
56 Ayhika Mukherjee, Sutirtha Mukherjee 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 Muhammad Ajmal, Vithya Ramraj, Rajesh Ramesh, Subha Venkatesan Athletics Mixed 4x400m relay Silver
61 Arjun Singh, Sunil Singh Salam Canoe Sprint Men’s canoe double 1000m Bronze
62 Preeti Women’s 54kg Women’s 54kg Bronze
62 Preeti Pawar Boxing Women’s 54kg Bronze
63 Vithya Ramraj Athletics Women’s 400m hurdles Bronze
64 Parul Chaudhary Athletics Women’s 5000m Gold
65 Mohammed Afsal Athletics Men’s 800m Silver
66 Praveen Chithravel Athletics Men’s triple jump Bronze
67 Tejaswin Shankar Athletics Men’s decathlon Silver
68 Annu Rani Athletics Women’s javelin throw Gold
69 Narender Berwal Boxing Men’s +92kg Bronze
70 Manju Rani, Ram Baboo Athletics Mixed team race walk Bronze
71 Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Ojas Pravin Deotale Archery Mixed team compound Gold
72 Team India Squash Mixed team Bronze
73 Parveen Hooda Boxing Women’s 57kg Bronze
74 Lovlina Borgohain Boxing Women’s 75kg Silver
75 Sunil Kumar Wrestling Greco-Roman 87kg Bronze
76 Harmilan Bains Athletics Women’s 800m Silver
77 Avinash Sable Athletics Men’s 5000m Silver
78 Vithya Ramraj, Aishwarya Kailash Mishra, Prachi, Subha Venkatesan Athletics Women’s 4x400m relay Silver
79 Neeraj Chopra Athletics Men’s javelin throw Gold
80 Kishore Jena Athletics Men’s javelin throw Silver
81 Muhammed Anas Yahiya, Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, Rajesh Ramesh Athletics Men’s 4x400m relay Gold
82 Jyothi Surekha Vennam, Aditi Swami, Parneet Kaur Archery Women’s compound team Gold
83 Dipika Pallikal, Harinder Pal Sandhu Squash Mixed doubles Gold
84 Abhishek Verma, Ojas Pravin Deotale, Prathamesh Jawkar Archery Men’s compound team Gold
85 Saurav Ghosal Squash Men’s singles Silver
86 Antim Panghal Wrestling Women’s 53kg Bronze
87 Ankita Bhakat, Bhajan Kaur, Simranjeet Kaur Archery Women’s recurve team Bronze
88 HS Prannoy Badminton Men’s singles Bronze
89 Khushbu, Maipak Devi Ayekam, Leirentonbi Devi Elangbam, Priya Devi Elangbam, Chaoba Devi Oinam Sepaktakraw Women’s regu Bronze
90 Atanu Das, Tushar Shelke, Dhiraj Bommadevara Archery Men’s recurve team Silver
91 Sonam Malik Wrestling Women’s 62kg Bronze
92 Kiran Bishnoi Wrestling Women’s 76kg Bronze
93 Aman Sehrawat Wrestling Men’s freestyle 57kg Bronze
94 Raju Tolani, Ajay Prabhakar Khare, Rajeshwar Tewari, Sumit Mukherjee, Jaggy Shivdasani, Sandeep Thakral Bridge Men’s team Silver
95 PR Sreejesh, Krishan Pathak, Varun Kumar, Amit Rohidas, Jarmanpreet Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Sanjay, Sumit, Nilakanta Sharma, Hardik Singh, Manpreet Singh, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Shamsher Singh, Abhishek, Gurjant Singh, Mandeep Singh, Sukhjeet Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay Hockey Men’s team Gold
96 Aditi Swami Archery Women’s compound individual Bronze
97 Jyothi Surekha Vennam Archery Women’s compound individual Gold
98 Ojas Pravin Deotale Archery Men’s compound individual Gold
99 Abhishek Verma Archery Men’s compound individual Silver
100 Akshima, Jyoti, Pooja, Pooja, Priyanka, Pushpa, Sakshi Kumari, Ritu Negi, Nidhi Sharma, Sushma Sharma, Snehal Pradeep Shinde, Sonali Vishnu Shingat Kabaddi Women’s kabaddi Gold
101 Chirag Shetty, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy Badminton Men’s doubles Gold
102 Ruturaj Gaikwad, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Rahul Tripathi, Tilak Varma, Rinku Singh, Jitesh Sharma, Washington Sundar, Shahbaz Ahmed, Ravi Bishnoi, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Mukesh Kumar, Shivam Dube, Prabhsimran Singh, Akash Deep Cricket Men’s team Gold
103 Nitesh Kumar, Parvesh Bhainswal, Sachin, Surjeet Singh, Vishal Bhardwaj, Arjun Deshwal, Aslam Inamdar, Naveen Kumar, Pawan Sehrawat, Sunil Kumar, Nitin Rawal, Akash Shinde Kabaddi Men’s kabaddi Gold
104 Savita Punia, Bichu Devi Kharibam, Deepika, Lalremsiami, Monika, Navneet Kaur, Neha, Nisha, Sonika, Udita, Ishika Chaudhary, Deep Grace Ekka, Vandana Katariya, Sangita Kumari, Vaishnavi Vittal Phalke, Nikki Pradhan, Sushila Chanu, Salima Tete Hockey Women’s team Bronze
105 Deepak Punia Wrestling Men’s freestyle 86kg Silver
106 Gukesh D, Vidit Gujrathi, Arjun Erigaisi, Pentala Harikrishna, Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa Chess Men’s team Silver
107 Koneru Humpy, Harika Dronavalli, Vaishali Rameshbabu, Vantika Agrawal, Savitha Shri B Chess Women’s team Silver

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Asian Games Awards for 2023

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Chinese President Xi Jinping declared the Games open on Saturday during a ceremony that featured lots of music and lights but no firecrackers. There were 80,000 seats in the arena, and among the guests was President Xi Jinping.


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Medals Tally Asian Games 2023 FAQ’S

How many medals have India won in Asian Games 2023?

India won 22 medals at Asian Games 2023 - five gold, seven silver and 10 bronze.

How many medals China won in Asian Games 2023?

With seventy gold medals out of a total of 125, China maintained its dominance.

What is the medal tally of India in 17th Asian Games?

India finished Day 2 with nine gold, twelve silver, and thirteen bronze medals, one slot down than on Monday. China (165), Iran (47), Japan (45), and Uzbekistan (38) were the next four countries in the rankings.

How many countries will play in Asian Games 2023?

The schedule is released by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and is often updated as needed. The Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou, China from September 23 to October 8, 2023. More than 45 countries will participate in 40 sports over 61 categories for a total of 481 gold medals.

Who won gold medal in India 2023?

Complete List of All 2023 Asian Games Gold Medal Winning Indians: Men's 10m Air Rifle Team Shooting: Divyansh Singh Panwar, Rudranksh Patil, and Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar of India's triad won the gold medal and established a world record with their performance.

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