Asian Games 2018, Day 6: Indian rowing team took the sixth day, India won the first gold medal

India got the first gold medal in rowing on Friday for the sixth day in the 18th Asian Games, released here. It won the Men’s team in Gold Rowing. In the team, Duttu Bhokanal, Swarn Singh, Om Prakash and Sukhmeet Singh have won this gold medal. The Indian team made its name at 6:17:17 with the name Gold. Silver medal of this event won Indonesia and Bronze Medal Thailand. India got two bronze medals on Friday in the same tournament.

Another bronze medal is achieved in the sailing competition. Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh got the bronze medal in the men’s lightweight doubles sculls event here. Earlier, Dushyant won the bronze medal in the final of Lightweight Single Sculls Competition. In the final, Dushyant aimed bronze with a time of 7 minutes and 18.76 seconds to finish the tournament. Dushyant also gave India a bronze medal in the same event in the Asian Games in 2014. However, this time their time is better than the last Asian Games. He finished the competition in 7 minutes and 26.27 seconds in the Incheon 2014 Asian Games. The gold medal of the tournament won by South Korean player Hoonusu Park. He took 7 minutes and 12.86 seconds.

Rohit and Bhagwan got a bronze medal

Rohit and Bhagwan finished the final phase of the competition by taking 7 minutes and 04.61 seconds and occupy the bronze medal while staying in third place. The gold medal of the competition went to Japan’s Masahiro Takada and Masayuki Miura. He finished the tournament in 7 minutes and 01.70 seconds. The duo of South Korea’s Buingankim and Minyuk Lee took the silver medal in the second place, taking the time of 7 minutes and 03.22 seconds. In this way, India has won two medals for the sixth time in the Sculls competition.

India now has 21 medals

India now has 21 medals, including 5 gold, 4 silver, and 12 bronze medals.