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Asian Athletics Championship 2023- Indian athletes bring home a total of 27 medals

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Indian athletes finished Asian Athletics Championship 2023 on a high, winning a total of 27 medals, including 6 gold in Bangkok, Thailand.

India’s Jyothi Yarraji, Parul Chaudhary, Tajinder Pal Singh Toor, Abdulla Aboobacker, Ajay Kumar Saroj and the Mixed Relay Team won gold for the country at the Asian Athletics Championships 2023

Besides, 6 gold medals, India won 12 silver and 9 bronze.

In terms of medals won, this is India’s joint-highest tally at the Asian Athletics Championships alongside Bhubaneswar in 2017. At Bhubaneswar, India won 9 gold, 6 silver and 12 bronze.

India finished third in the medals table behind Japan (37) and China (22). The latter occupied the second position by virtue of its higher gold medal tally of 8.

Medal Winners from India at Asian Athletics Championships 2023

Gold (6):
* Jyothi Yarraji (100m Hurdles) – 13.08s
* Parul Chaudhary (3000m Steeplechase) – 9:38.76
* Tajinderpal SIngh Toor (Shot Put) – 20.23m
* Abdulla Aboobacker (Triple jump) – 16.92m
* Ajay Kumar Saroj (1500m) – 3:41.5
* Mixed Relay Team (4x400m) of Rajesh Ramesh, Aishwarya        Mishra, Amoj Jacob, Subha Venkatesan – 3:14.70
 
Silver (12):
* Jyothi Yarraji (200m) – 23.13s
* Chanda (800m) – 2:01.58
* Parul Chaudhary (5000m) – 15:52.35
* Priyanka Goswami (20km Racewalk) – 1:34:24
* Shaili Singh (Long Jump) – 6.54m
* Abha Khatua (Shot Put) – 18.06m
* Swapna Barman (Heptathlon) – 5840 points
* DP Manu (Javelin) – 81.01m
* M. Sreeshankar (Long Jump) – 8.37m
* Sarvesh Anil Kushare (High Jump) – 2.26m
* Men’s Relay Team (4×400) of Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Variyathodi, Rajesh Ramesh, Mijo Kurian – 3:01.80
* Krishan Kumar (800m) – 1:45.88
 
Bronze (9):
* Manpreet Kaur (Shot Put) – 17.00m
* Women’s Relay team (4x400m) of Rezoana Mallick, Aishwarya Mishra, Jyothika Sri Dandi, Subha Venkatesan- 3:33.73
* Ankita (5000m) – 16:03.33
* Aishwarya Mishra (400m) – 53.07s
* Tejaswin Shankar (Decathlon) – 7527 points
* Santhosh Kumar (400m Hurdles) – 49.09s
* Vikash Singh (20km Racewalk) – 1:29.32
* Abhishek Pal (10000m) – 29:33.26
* Gulveer Singh (5000m) – 13:48.33

 

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