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Rower Swaran Singh marks the beginning of India’s proceedings of Day 6 of Asian Games 2014 after he won the bronze medal in Men’s Single Sculls Final A. The 24-year-old Indian finished to complete the race at the Chungju Tangeum Lake Rowing Center to bag 11th bronze medal for India. The medal is second in rowing after Dushiant Dushyant won the bronze medal in Lightweight Men’s Single Sculls on Wednesday. Catch the Live Updates of Day 6 of Asian Games 2014, Incheon here Also Read - Schools Reopening From Monday | What Back to Classes Might Look Like Amid Pandemic
Swaran Singh Virk bagan strongly in Men’s Single Sculls Final A and looked set for second place finish but was pipped by South Korean Dongyong Kim in the last phase of the race to bag silver medal. Mohsen Shadinaghadeh of Iran won the gold medal finishing the race in 7:05.66 time. Swaran Singh clocked a time of 7:10.65 to finish third while Kim of South Korea took 7:06.17 to finish the race. Also Read - COVID-19: With Spike of Over 96,000 Cases, India's Tally Crosses 52-Lakh Mark, Deaths Near 85K
In the 17th edition of Asian Games, Indian rower Swarn Singh Virk made the final of men’s single sculls and the double sculls and lightweight quadruple sculls teams medal round.
See Asian Games 2014 Medal Table: Complete Medal Tally of 17th Incheon Asian Games