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Asian Games 2023: India's rowing duo Arjun Jat Lal, Arvind Singh power to silver

Updated on: 24 September,2023 08:11 AM IST  |  Hangzhou
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Asian Games 2023: The Indians, who finished 11th in the Tokyo Olympics, went on to upset the odds, to seal their place on the podium

Asian Games 2023: India's rowing duo Arjun Jat Lal, Arvind Singh power to silver

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Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh clinched India's second silver medal in the Asian Games 2023 after finishing marginally behind China in the final of the men's rowing lightweight double sculls on Sunday.


The Indians, who finished 11th in the Tokyo Olympics, went on to upset the odds, to seal their place on the podium.


The Army men clocked 6:28:18s in Men's Lightweight Doubles Scull Final A to clinch India's second silver medal of the day. 


Chinese pair of Fan Junjie and Sun Man secured the top spot by clocking 6:23.16s. With this China have already secured a second gold in the Asian Games. Uzbekistan settled for a bronze medal by clocking 6:33.42s. 

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Throught the contest, the Indian pair gave the hosts a run for their money as they were breathing down their necks for the entire time. 

With 500m to go and the China managed to open up a bigger gap by building a lead of 2.73 seconds. Uzbekistan maintained their position on third.

India got hands on their first medal after the trio of Ramita, Mehuli Ghosh and Ashi Chouksey secured silver in the women's 10m air rifle team event at the end of the qualification round with a total score of 1886. 

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The duo of Ramita (631.9) - 2nd, Mehuli - (630.8) - 5th qualified for the individual finals. On the other hand, China's Han Jiayu raised the bar by setting a new Qualification Asian Record with a score of 634.1, 0.1 better than the previous mark set by her compatriot Zhao Ruozhu in New Delhi in 2019.

The Indians, who finished 11th in the Tokyo Olympics, went on to upset the odds, to seal their place on the podium.

(With agency inputs)

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