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Japanese artists perform after the handover ceremony.
Handover of torch and OCA flag takes place as the next Asian Games is to take place in Aichi, Japan.
OCA flag is taken down.
Raja Randhir Singh: “You have been the perfect host and OCA will never forget this. The power of sport and Asian Games is to unite us all. The Asian Games flames will soon be extinguished but the spirit of the Asian Games will still be there. I DECLARE THE ASIAN GAMES CLOSED! ”
“It’s a tremendous honour and privilege to represent my country as the flag bearer at the closing ceremony of the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022. The success of our Indian contingent, especially the Indian Men’s Hockey Team, has been an incredible journey filled with hard work and dedication. This moment signifies the unity and strength of our nation in the world of sports. I am humbled by this opportunity and look forward to carrying our flag with immense pride.”Sreejesh after being named as India’s flag-bearer for the Asian Games 2023 closing ceremony
Following a Chinese tradition of plucking a flower and gifting it to a parting friend symbolising the end of the Asiad. AI shows flowers mainly lotus and osmanthus to be dropping down!!!
Flowers that are a part of the ceremony, symbolises a memory flower
The Indian contingent enters!!!!
ATHLETES MAKE THEIR WAY TO THE STAGE!!!
PR Sreejesh is seen holding the Indian flag as the flag-bearers make their way!!!!
The mascots make their entry!!!!
Who are India’s youngest and oldest medallists in Asian Games?
India finished this edition’s Asian Games with a never-before-seen 107 medals, 30 higher than its previous best performance of 70 medals in 2018.
But the age difference between the youngest and the oldest medallist at the Asiad is event wider – 50!
The track and field athletes were the most productive, bringing home 29 medals, including a historic one-two in men’s javelin event between Olympic gold-medallist Neeraj Chopra and Kishore Kumar Jena. However, two others— Sanjana Bathula and Jaggy Shivdasani— added their names to India’s record books. (More to follow)
The Indian contingent at the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou won 28 gold, 38 silver, and 41 bronze medals to finish its campaign. This is the nation’s biggest-ever haul in a single edition of the quadrennial showpiece.
|Archery||Compound Men’s Individual||Ojas Deotale – Gold|
|Archery||Compound Women’s Individual||Jyothi Surekha Vennam – Gold|
|Archery||Compound Men’s Team||Gold|
|Archery||Compound Women’s Team||Gold|
|Archery||Compound Mixed Team||Gold|
|Archery||Compound Men’s Individual||Abhishek Verma – Silver|
|Archery||Recurve Men’s Team||Silver|
|Archery||Compound Women’s Individual||Aditi Swami – Bronze|
|Archery||Recurve Women’s Team||Bronze|
|Athletics||Men’s 3000m Steeplechase||Avinash Sable – Gold|
|Athletics||Men’s 4 x 400m Relay||Gold|
|Athletics||Men’s Javelin Throw||Neeraj Chopra- Gold|
|Athletics||Men’s Shot put||Tajinderpal Singh Toor – Gold|
|Athletics||Women’s 5000m||Parul Chaudhary – Gold|
|Athletics||Women’s Javelin Throw||Annu Rani – Gold|
|Athletics||Men’s 10000m||Kartik Kumar – Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 1500m||Ajay Kumar -Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 5000m||Avinash Sable – Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 800m||Mohammed Afsal – Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s Decathlon||Tejaswin Shankar – Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s Javelin Throw||Kishore Jena – Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s Long Jump||Sreeshankar -Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 100m Hurdles||Jyothi Yarraji – Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 1500m||Harmilan Bains – Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 3000m Steeplechase||Parul Chaudhary – Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 4x400m relay||Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 800m||Harmilan Bains – Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s Long Jump||Ancy Sojan – Silver|
|Athletics||4x400m Mixed relay||Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 10000m||Gulveer Singh – Bronze|
|Athletics||Men’s 1500m||Jinson Johnson – Bronze|
|Athletics||Men’s Triple Jump||Praveen Chithravel – Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s 3000m Steeplechase||Priti Lamba – Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s 400m Hurdles||Vithya Ramraj – Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s Discus Throw||Seema Punia – Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s Heptathlon||Nandini Agasara – Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s Shot Put||Kiran Baliyan – Bronze|
|Athletics||35km Race Walk Mixed Team||Bronze|
|Badminton||Men’s Doubles||Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty – Gold|
|Badminton||Men’s Singles||Prannoy – Bronze|
|Boxing||Women’s 75kg||Lovlina – Bronze|
|Boxing||Men’s +92kg||Narender – Bronze|
|Boxing||Women’s 45-50kg||Nikhat Zareen – Bronze|
|Boxing||Women’s 50-54kg||Preeti – Bronze|
|Boxing||Women’s 54-57kg||Parveen -Bronze|
|Canoe Sprint||Men’s Canoe Double 1000m||Bronze|
|Equestrian||Dressage||Anush Agarwalla – Bronze|
|Golf||Women’s individual||Aditi Ashok -Silver|
|Roller Skating||Women’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay Race||Bronze|
|Roller Skating||Men’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay Race||Bronze|
|Rowing||Lightweight Men’s Double Sculls||Silver|
|Rowing||Men’s Quadruple Sculls||Bronze|
|Sailing||Girl’s Dinghy ILCA 4||Neha Thakur – Silver|
|Sailing||Men’s Dinghy ILCA 7||Vishnu Saravanan – Bronze|
|Sailing||Men’s Windsurfer RS – X||Eabad Ali – Bronze|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Team Men||Gold|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Team Men||Gold|
|Shooting||50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Men||Gold|
|Shooting||Trap Team Men||Gold|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Women||Palak-Gold|
|Shooting||25m Pistol Team Women||Gold|
|Shooting||50m Rifle 3 Positions Women||Sift Kaur Samra – Gold|
|Shooting||50m Rifle 3 Positions Men||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar – Silver|
|Shooting||Skeet Men||Anant Jeet Singh – Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Team Women||Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Women||Esha Singh – Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Team Women||Silver|
|Shooting||25m Pistol Women||Esha Singh – Silver|
|Shooting||50m Rifle 3 Positions Team Women||Silver|
|Shooting||Trap Team Women||Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Mixed Team||Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Men||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar – Bronze|
|Shooting||25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team Men||Bronze|
|Shooting||Skeet Men’s Team||Bronze|
|Shooting||Trap Men||Chenai KD – Bronze|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Women||Ramita – Bronze|
|Shooting||50m Rifle 3 Positions||Ashi Chouskey – Bronze|
|Squash||Men’s Singles||Saurav Ghosal – Silver|
|Table Tennis||Women’s Doubles||Bronze|
|Wrestling||Men’s Freestyle 86kg||Deepak Punia – Silver|
|Wrestling||Men’s Freestyle 57kg||Aman – Bronze|
|Wrestling||Men’s Greco-Roman 87kg||Sunil Kumar – Bronze|
|Wrestling||Women’s Freestyle 53kg||Antim Panghal – Bronze|
|Wrestling||Women’s Freestyle 62kg||Sonam – Bronze|
|Wrestling||Women’s Freestyle 76kg||Kiran – Bronze|
|Wushu||Women’s 60kg||Roshibina Devi – Silver|
Here are the medal standings:
|1||People’s Republic of China||201||111||71||383|
|3||Republic of Korea||42||59||89||190|
|12||Hong Kong, China||8||16||29||53|
Table last updated on October 8 at 11:37 AM IST.