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India Women 4x400m Relay team clinched gold for fifth consecutive time; the Men’s team win silver


The Indian women quartet of Hima Das, M R Poovamma, Saritaben Gayakwad and Vismaya Velluva Koroth teamed up to clinch the gold in 4x400m Relay for the fifth consecutive time in the Asian Games.

The Women’s team clocked 3:28.72 seconds to continue their dominance in this event. Bahrain in 3:30.61 seconds and Vietnam in 3:33.23 seconds took the silver and bronze respectively.

The Indian 4x400m Men’s Relay team claimed the silver in the final event of Athletics. The Indian quartet of Kunhu Muhammed, Dharunn Ayyasamy, Mohd. Anas and Arokia Rajiv clocked 3:01.85 seconds to finish second.

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