Asian Games 2014, Day 13 - As it happened...

Welcome to our live blog for Day 13 of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon.

By Chaitan Papnai | By Jayanta Oinam | Updated: Oct 02, 2014, 19:25 PM IST
PlayAsian Games 2014, Day 13 - As it happened...

Welcome to our live blog for Day 13 of the 17th Asian Games in Incheon.

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New Delhi: That's it from here tonight. For more action tune in here again tomorrow.

At the end of Day 13 of the Asian Games 2014 at Incheon, India managed to take their overall medal tally to 55, with the help of nine gold, nine silver and 37 bronze medals. Today India grabbed 2 Gold & 3 Bronze medals. First gold of the day was won by Indian men's hockey team, who beat arch-rivals Pakistan in the finals and then women's relay team came up with another gold in 4 x 400m. Tomorrow, one can expect two more gold medals from India in Kabaddi. Meanwhile, China have maintained a healthy overall lead in the medal tally, with the help of 142 gold medals, whereas, S Korea and Japan are on second and third spots respectively.  

18:15 IST: With best attempt of 19.63m Inderjeet Singh won bronze medal in men's Shot Put final. In the same event Saudi Arabia's Sultan clinched gold with 19.99m.

18:00 IST: In men's 10,000m final, two Indian athletes, Suresh Kumar​ and Rahul Kumar, are in action

17:45 IST: India's Arpinder Singh finished 5th in men's triple jump with a best of 16.41. 

17:35 IST: In boxing, Indian pugilist Vikas Krishan lost his semifinal bout in 75kg category and settled for a bronze

17:20 IST: India win second gold medal of the day as their 4 x 400m women's team finished at the top in the Relay Final. Priyanka Pawar, Tintu Lukka, Mandeep Kaur and Poovamma Raju Machettira completed the race in 3:28.68 to set a new Games Record. 

17:10 IST: In a high-profile men's hockey final, India beat arch-rivals Pakistan to win the gold medal. And with that India have also qualified for the Rio Olympics 2016. India beat Pak 4-2 in penalty shootout.     

16:58 IST: In men's triple Jump final​, Arpinder Singh finishes fourth, whereas, Maheshwary Renjith stayed 9th after three attempt. 

16:40 IST: In women's high jump final​, India's Sahana Kumari finishes 8th.  

16:30 IST: In an exciting men's hockey final match between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, scores are level at 1-1.     

16:15 IST: In men's Javelin Throw final, ​Rajender Singh misses his third attempt and slips to 11th.

15:55 IST: India missed a medal in athletics as Puthiya Veetil Jaisha finishes fourth in Women's 5000m final. 

15:42 IST: In men's Javelin Throw final ​India's Rajender Singh records 73.43m in first attempt.  

15:25 IST: Catch the India vs Pakistan Hockey final match HERE LIVE

14:50 IST: Finally some good news for Sarita! Olympic Gold Quest announced Rs. 10 lakhs award for the boxer. And India's Chef de Mission will also petition Olympic Council Asia (OCA) to review the contentious bout.

It's been a quite day for India at the Asian Games. Today's notable performance were from Satish Kumar in men's over 90 kg boxing and men's Kabaddi team. In the evening, Vikas Krishan will have his semi-final bout in men's middle-weight category.

Then, we have the blockbuster India-Pakistan hockey final. Stay tune, we will have LIVE COMMENTARY coming your way. The match starts 15:30 IST.

In between, Laishram Sarita's case has reached Olympic Council of Asia (OCA).

12:44 IST: BOXING - Valiant fight from the Indian boxer. Despite his limited reach, Satish fought like a champion. But the result always going Ivan Dychko's way.

12:31 IST: BOXING - Satish Kumar is taking on world number 2 Kazaz Ivan Dychko in men's open class. Ivan, mountain of a man, is considered one of the fiercest heavyweight boxers in the world.

11:37 IST: TAEKWONDO - Saurav lost to Ahmad Abbas of Afghanistan 4-5 in the men's 63 kg quarter-final bout.

10:30 IST: KABADDI - India reached yet another final, beating a confident South Korean side 36-25 win in me's semi-final.

10:00 IST: TABLE TENNIS - Soumyajit Ghosh lost to North Korea's Pak Sinhyok 11-2 7-11 8-11 11-13 8-11 in the Round of 16.

09:47 IST: VOLLEYBALL - India beat Thailand 3-1 to book in the 5th place classification match.

09:14 IST: TABLE TENNIS - Manika Batra lost to Kasumi Ishikawa of Japan by 9-11 6-11 7-11 8-11 in the Round of 16.

09:08 IST: TAEKWONDO​ - Saurav in men's quarter-final after defeating Sujan Joshi of Nepal by 8-5. But Shiv Kumar lost to Ghazi Mushabbab Alasmari of Saudi Arabia in the Round of 16.

09:03 IST: TAEKWONDO​ - Shreya Singh lost to Lee Wonjin of South Korea 6-7 in the women's Round of 16.

09:00 IST: KABBADI - Indian women's team qualified for the final with a comfortable 41-28 win in against Thailand.

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It was indeed a hectic day for the Indian sports and specially for Indian boxing with Mary Kom winning gold medal and her state-mate, Laishram Sarita taking on the organisers. In athletics, Titu Luka won a much deserved medal, considering the talent she is.

But on 13th day of the Games, focus will be on the India-Pakistan hockey final, which is set to mark a new era in sporting rivalry. Besides, Indian athletes will be seen in boxing, table tennis and volleyball actions.

Following is India's schedule on Day 13 of the 17th Asiad:

BOXING:

Men's Super Heavy (+91kg) Semifinal (Satish Kumar)

Men's Middle (75kg) Semifinal (Vikas Krishan)

HOCKEY:

15:30 IST: Men's final – India vs Pakistan

KABADDI:

Women's semi-final – India vs Thailand

Men's semi-fina – India vs Korea

TAEKWONDO:

Women's 67kg Round of 16 – Shreya Singh vs Wonjin Lee

Men's 63kg Round of 16 – Saurav vs Sujan Joshi)

Men's 68kg Round of 16 – Shiv Kumar vs Ghazi Mushabbab Alasmari)

TABLE TENNIS:

Women's Singles 1/32 Elimination match 7 – Manika Batra vs Chao In Ma)

Women's Singles 1/32 Elimination match 10 – Ankita Das vs Wing Nam Ng

Men's Singles 1/16 Elimination match 6 – Soumyajit Ghosh vs Sinhyok Pak

VOLLEYBALL:

Women's Classification 7th-8th Place – India vs Hong Kong

Men's Semifinal Round for 5th-8th Place – India vs Thailand