Indian rowers kept up India’s medal rush on day 6 of the Asian Games. Sawarn Singh Virk secured the third spot in single sculls to give India her second bronze from the lake before India picked up the bronze in the men’s eights category as well. On the last day of rowing held at ChungjuTangeum
Comeback(s) of the Day – Joshna Chinappa staged a memorable comeback from two games down to win her match and keep India on course for a semi-final place in the women’s team event in squash.
Akhil Kumar makes any list for the sheer entertainment value that he brings to his bout. His round house punches and open stance delivered an entertaining win in the first round of Boxing
So with age on his side one can see a promising career for Dushyant Chauhan as he will look to learn from his performance here at the Asiad
Comeback of the Day – India’s ever-dependable shooter Abhinav Bindra had slid to the fourth place in the individual final but he bounced back just in time with a score of 10.5 that eventually helped him secure the bronze. Watch this space for more comebacks from India’s shooting star
Justice Bakhru – The Most important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle
The Asian Games in underway and many an Indian hopeful would be limbering up to make his/her mark on the stage. For two young Indian sailers who were set to participate for India, it has become an uphill struggle just to take part. Two young Indian athletes of the Royal Bombay Yacht Club were due