New Delhi: Here is the complete list of India's medal winners on a day to day basis from the Asian Games 2014.
Gold by Sania-Saketh in mixed doubles: The second-seeded Indian pair overwhelmed the top-seeded Chinese Taipei pair of Hao Ching Chan and Hsien Yin Peng 6-4 6-3 in the summit clash in just 69 minutes.
Gold by Seema Punia in discus throw: Seema clinched the gold medal with a best throw of 61.03m in the women's discus throw final at the Incheon Asiad Main Stadium.
Silver by Bajrang in wrestling: Bajrang lost 1-3 to Massoud Mahmoud in the finals to settle for a silver medal.
Silver by Sanam Singh and Myneni in tennis: Sanam and Saketh lost the summit clash 5-7 6-7 (2) to Korea's Yongkyu Lim and Hyeon Chung.
Bronze by OP Jaisha women's 1500m: OP Jaisha finished third with a timing of four minutes 13.46 seconds in the women's 1500m event.
Bronze by Naveen Kumar in men's 3000m steeplechase: Naveen Kumar won the bronze medal with a personal best timing of 8:40.39 secs.
Bronze by Narsingh Pancham Yadav in wrestling: Narsingh got the better of Daisuke Shimada of Japan 3-1 in the men's 74kg division to finish third on the podium.
Gold by Yogeshwar Dutt in wrestling: Ace Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt won India's fourth gold medal at Asian Games defeated Zalimkhan Yusupov of Tajikistan.
Silver by Khushbir Kaur in women's 20km walk: Khushbir clocked 1 hour and 33.07 seconds to take the second spot behind China's Lu Xiuzhi (1:21.52), who took the lead right from the start, and ahead of Jeon Yeonguen (1:33.18) who was overtaken by the Indian walker.
Bronze by Rajiv Arokia in men's 400m race: The Tamil Nadu runner, who had won his semifinal heat yesterday, clocked a personal best time of 45.92 (his previous best being 46.13) and held off Japan's Yuzo Kanemaru's challenge for the bronze medal.
Bronze by M R Poovamma in women's 400m race: 24-year-old Poovamma clocked 52.36secs in the final behind pre-race favourite Oluwakemi Adekoya (51.59secs) of Bahrain and Vietnam's Thi Lan Quach (52.06secs) at the Inchon Main Stadium
Bronze by Manju Bala in women's hammer throw: Manju Bala provided India with another bronze medal when she finished third in the women's hammer throw with a best heave of 60.47m which she did in her opening attempt.
Bronze by Yuki Bhambri in men's tennis singles: Yuki Bhambri clinched India's lone singles medal in tennis after he settled for a bronze by losing 6-3 2-6 1-6 to Japan's Yoshihito Nishioka in one hour and 46 minutes.
Bronze by men's doubles team in tennis: Divij Sharan and Yuki Bhambri bagged a bronze medal after losing the men's doubles semifinals to Yongkyu Lim and Hyeon Chung 6-7 (8) 7-6 (6) 9-11.
Bronze by women's doubles team in tennis: The Indian pair of Sania Mirza and Prarthana Thombare settled for a bronze after losing their women's doubles semifinal to Chinese Taipei's Chin Wei Chan and Su Wei Hsiehin 6-7 (1-7) 6-2 10-4 at the Yeorumul Tennis Courts.
Gold medal by men's squash team: Saurav Ghosal combined with Harinder Pal Singh Sandhu to help India beat Malaysia 2-0 and win the men's team gold medal, the first in squash in the continental games.
Gold medal by men's archery team: Young archer Abhishek Verma became India's new hero as he combined with Rajat Chauhan and Sandeep Kumar to clinch the gold medal in the compound team at the Gyeyang Asiad Archery Field.
Silver by Abhishek Verma in archery: It was an eventful day for Abhishek Verma as he won his second medal of the day, this time a silver in men's individual shooting event.
Silver medal by women's squash team: India's women's squash team of Dipika Pallikal, Anaka Alankamony and Joshana Chinappa clinched a silver medal.
Bronze by shooter Chain Singh in shooting: Chain Singh won a bronze medal in 50m Rifle 3 Positions Men’s Finals. Singh shot a total of 441.7 points to finish behind two Chinese shooters — Cao Yifei and Zhu Qinan — who bagged the first and second positions with 455.5 and 455.2 points to their credit, respectively.
Bronze by Trisha Deb in archery: India's Trisha Deb defeated Chinese Taipei's Jou Huang 138-134 in the women's compound archery individual event at the Gyeyang Asiad Archery Field to win her second medal of the day, a bronze.
Bronze by Vinesh Phogat in wrestling: Vinesh won a bronze outclassing Mongolia’s Narangerel Erdenesuk in the women's freestyle 48-kg category at the Dowon Gymnasium. She had earlier lost to Japan’s Eri Tosaka in the semis.
Bronze by Geetika Jakhar in wrestling: Geetika Jakhar defeated Vietnam’s Ly Thi Hien in the women’s freestyle 48-kg category. The 29-year-old Indian wrestler had lost to China’s Xilou Zhuoma in the semifinals.
Bronze by Lalita Babbar in athletics: Lalita finished third in women's 3,000m steeplechase even as Asian record holder Bahrain's Ruth Jebet won the gold in what was a controversial race.
Bronze by women's compound team: India’s compound women’s team clinched a bronze medal after beating Iran 224-217 in the archery competition. India's team comprising Trisha Deb, Purvasha Shende and Surekha Jyothi, shot 224, while Sakineh Ghasempour, Maryam Ranjbarsari and Shabnam Sarlak of Iran could amass a total of 217.
Silver by men's shooting team: Indian men's shooting team comprising Pemba Tamang, Vijay Kumar and Gurpreet Singh won silver in the 25m Center Pistol Fire event.
Bronze by Sandeep Sejwal in swimming: Sandeep Sejwal ended India's poor run in swimming as he clinched a rare bronze medal in the 50m breaststroke. The 25-year-old topped his heats by clocking 28.25s before holding on to the third spot in the final race with a timing of 28.26s.
Bronze by Swarn Singh in single sculls: He clinched the bronze medal in men's single sculls final at the 17th Asian Games. Singh needed 1 minute 43.86 seconds in the 500m, took 3 minutes and 30.25 seconds to complete 1000m before the 1500m and 2000m race in 5 minutes 18.36 seconds and 7 minutes 10.65 seconds respectively at Chungju tangeumho on the sixth day of competitions.
Bronze by men's rowing team: Indian rowers clinched the bronze medal in the men's eight final event at the Chungju Tangeum Lake Rowing Center. The Indian team comprising Kapil Sharma, Ranjit Singh, Bajrang Lal Thakhar, Robin Ulahannan, Sawan Kumar Kalkal, Azad Mohammad, Maninder Singh, Davinder Singh and Ahmed Mohammed took five minutes and 51.84 seconds to complete the 2,000 metre race.
Bronze by women's team in double trap event: The Indian shooting team comprising Shagun Chowdhary, Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman bagged a bronze in women's double trap event. The Indian women's team aggregated 279 to finish on the podium behind China and hosts South Korea at the Gyeonggido Shooting Range.
Bronze in rowing: Dushyant Chauhan settled for a bronze in the men's lightweight single sculls at the 17th Asian Games.
Silver medal for Saurav Ghosal in Squash: Saurav Ghosal lost to Abdullah Al Muzayen of Kuwait 2-3 in the men's singles final of the squash event and had to settle for a silver medal, India's first in the discipline at Asian Games, at the Yeorumul Squash Courts here Tuesday.
Bronze medal for Narender Grewal in Wushu: Narender Grewal settled for the bronze medal after he lost his men's sanda (60kg) wushu semi-final bout to Filipino Saclag Jean Claude in the 17th Asian Games at the Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium, Tuesday.
Bronze medal for Sanathoi Devi in Wushu: Sanathoi Devi settled for the bronze medal after she lost her semi-final bout to Chinese Luan Zhang in wushu women's sanda (52kg) in the 17th Asian Games here on Tuesday. The Indian lost 0-2 to the Chinese at the Ganghwa Dolmens Gymnasium.
Team Bronze in shooting: Shooters bagged another medal for India in the 17th Asian Games with the men's team winning the bronze in the 10 metre air rifle event at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range here Tuesday.
Bronze by Abhinav Bindra: Ace Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra claimed his first Asian Games individual medal by winning the bronze in the men's 10 metre air rifle event at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range on Tuesday.
Bronze medal by Dipika Pallikal in squash: Pallikal settled for a bronze medal -- the first by an Indian woman squash player -- after losing to world number one Nicol David in the semifinals.
Bronze by women's team in shooting: India's women's pistol trio of Rahi Sarnobat, Anisa Sayyed and Heena Sidhu claimed a bronze in the 25m team event at the Ongnyeon International Range.
Bronze by men's team in shooting: The Indian men's team comprising Jitu Rai, Samresh Jung and Prakash Nanjappa, won the bronze in the men's 10m air pistol event at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range.
Bronze by women's team in badminton: A fighting India went down to hosts South Korea 1-3 in the women’s team badminton semifinals to settle for their maiden bronze medal. While Saina Nehwal won the first match, PV Sindhu, doubles pair of Pradnya Gadre-N Sikki Reddy and P C Thulasi lost the next three. It was India’s first medal in badminton since the team bronze won by the men in Seoul, 1986.
Gold by Jitu Rai in shooting: The 27-year-old showed steely grit to get the better of a strong field, which included two-time Olympic champion Jin Jongoh of South Korea, to snatch the gold off the final shot in a straight duel with Vietnamese rival Nguyen Hoang Phuong. It was India's first gold medal at Asian Games 2014.
Bronze by Shweta Chaudhry in shooting: Shweta secured the bronze medal in the 10m range in air pistol with a total tally of 176.4 behind champion Zhang Mengyuan of China (202.2) and runner-up Jung Jeehae of South Korea (201.3). It was India's first medal at Asian Games 2014.