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With today's 5 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze, India ended the four-day championships on top with 29 medals (12 gold, 5 silver and 12 bronze), their highest ever medal haul.
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The victory from pole position was the second of the season and of his career for Bottas, who joined Mercedes in January as a replacement for 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg.
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However, in men's 3000m steeplechase, Naveen Kumar, a bronze medallist in 2014 Asian Games, and Durga Das Budha finished a disappointing seventh and eighth in 9:02.95 and 9:04.05 respectively.
Vettel extends his championship with second place, while Ricciardo completes the podium by holding off Hamilton, who finishes fourth.
Vettel will share the front row with Bottas, with Finnish team mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Australian Daniel Ricciardo on the second row.
Vettel's time was the fastest lap yet of the Red Bull Ring, with a time of one minute 05.092 seconds on ultrasoft tyres. Hamilton had held the previous record, set on Friday.
Aditi, who shot two-under 70 on first day, is now six- under and moved up from Tied-58th to Tied-24th with six more holes to go.
Indian eves will take on South Africa women's with the aim to extend their winning streak to five in a row.
The Team Sky rider leads team mate and fellow Briton Geraint Thomas by 12 seconds with Fabio Aru, who made quite an impression when he prevailed in the first summit finish on Wednesday, in third place 14 seconds off the pace.
The world number four had opened with a 72 on Thursday. His halfway total of one over par was well short of the cut, on a day when first-round leaders Benjamin Hebert from France and American Daniel Im stayed ahead of the field. Each posted a 67 to end on 13 under par.
The drop means the Mercedes driver, second in the championship behind Ferrari`s Sebastian Vettel, cannot equal Michael Schumacher`s pole position record of 68 at his home British Grand Prix next week.