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Asian Games 2018: Canoe TBR 1000m Men, Day 9, Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

The action is underway!
Updated: 27 August 2018 10:47 IST - Published: 27 August 2018 07:57 IST
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The Finals will take place place after two hours with India already out contention. 
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Final Standings
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Final B is merely a classification event. India will not be winning a medal in this one. 
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India fail to qualify for the final. They drop down to Final B after finishing fourth. 
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India still in fourth as we head into the final few metres. 
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India in fourth halfway through the race!
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AND OFF WE GO! 
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Start List
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The Semifinal is about to begin. Indian Men's team in Semi 1.
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The Semifinals will start at 10:40 AM.  
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Final Standings
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Indian Men's team finish second in the 1000m TBR to move into the Semifinal. 
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India move into second as the teams cross the halfway mark. 
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India in 4th after 250m. 
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AND OFF WE GO! 
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Start List
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India's Repechage race coming up! 
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The Repechage will start at 9:40 AM.
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Final Standings
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India finished 5th and will move on to the Repechages.
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India 4th midway through the race. 
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No team will be eliminated from the competition just yet. If you finish in the top 3 you qualify. Dailing that, the Repechage rounds await you. 
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AND OFF WE GO!
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Start List
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Heat 2 is about to get underway! 
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The first heat is currently underway.
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India is in heat 2 of this one. 
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Good Morning all! All the action from Canoe is about to be underway! We have Men's 1000m TBR coming up! 
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Hello, and welcome to our coverage of the 2018 Asian Games. Today, we get the proceedings underway with updates from Canoeing, as India takes part in the Men's Canoe TBR 1000m heats.

India have had a fruitful day on the track yesterday, yielding as many as three silver medals from various events. The 400m run turned out to be a successful event for India, as youngster Hima Das notched up a silver in the women's event, while Muhammad Anas Yahiya clinched the same in the Men's event.

The star of the track, however, was Dutee Chand, who grabbed another silver in the Women's 100m sprint, in a photo finish that saw her miss the gold medal by 0.02 seconds.

Star Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal created history as she became the first Wommen's Singles player to secure at least a bronze medal for India at the Asian Games after she made it to the semifinals. PV Sindhu also made it to the semifinals of the same category, ensuring the second medal for India in badminton.

Meanwhile, India also won a few surprising medals -- two silvers in Equestrian and two bronze in Bridge.