Asian Games 2018 in Jakarta And Palembang Day 10: The Indian mixed 4 x 400 metres relay wins silver. Bahrain finished first as expected. It was an exhausting race, but an exciting one at that. Also Read - India on Verge of Missing Olympic Qualifier World Relays in Poland Due to Flight Suspension
Yahiya, the first runner passed the baton first from the outer most lane to Poovamma, who maintained the lead, before Bahrain took the lead. Hima then took over in the second spot and passed it to Rajiv in the second place. Rajiv then finished second to bag silver. Also Read - 34 Killed, Hundreds Injured After Earthquake of 6.2 Magnitude Rocks Indonesia's Sulawesi Islands
Day 10 at the Asian Games will not be forgotten by Indians, especially in the track and field events where Manjit Singh and Jinson Jonson bagged gold and silver respectively in their 800-metre race. Apart from that, we also saw Dutee Chand making the finals of the women’s 200-metre finals with yet another photo-finish.
Earlier today, Dutee Chand makes it to the finals in women’s 200 m semifinals, where the Bahrani girl finished second. She clocked 23 sec to emerge first in another photo-finish. Earlier, in her 100 m race she came second in yet another photo-finish. It seems like she is making it a habit of acing these photo finishes. She would be vying for gold come tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu created history by winning medals in the ongoing 18th Asian Games 2018. Saina won bronze, whereas Sindhu bagged silver. The sport of badminton was introduced in the Asian Games in 1962 and this is the first time India has won a medal at the event. Saina lost to World No 1 Tai Tzu Ying in her semifinal match, whereas Sindhu lost to Tai in the finals in straight games.
Meanwhile, India’s medal tally swelled to 49.