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Asian Games 2018, Day 6, Rowing: India wins Gold in Men's Quadruple Sculls, Dushyant wins Bronze in Men's Lightweight Single Sculls, Rohit Kumar & Bhagwan Singh win Bronze in Men's Lightweight Double Sculls, Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

Rowing finishes with India winning three medals!
Updated: 24 August 2018 09:39 IST - Published: 24 August 2018 07:21 IST
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That is it for now. Join us for the other sports! 
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And with that, the Rowing events for the 2018 Asian Games conclude. Good show the Indian contingent, as well. They return home with three medals. 
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Round-up, Day 6: 

Dushyant wins Bronze in Men's Singles Sculls. 
Rohit Kumar & Bhagwan Singh win Bronze in Men's Double Sculls. 
The Indian team wins Gold in Men's Quadruple. 

Women's Four team finishes 6th in Final A. 
Men's Lightweight Eight team finishes 4th in Final A. 
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Great day for India in Rowing as the contingent wins three medals (2x Bronze, 1x Gold). 
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Men's Lightweight Eight: Final Standings
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And they will finish fourth to close the competition! Indian Men's Lightweight Eight teams comes in the fourth position, narrowly missing out on a medal. 
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India down to fourth. 
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India still in the third position midway through the race. 
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India coming in at third after the first 500m 
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And off we go! 
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This is the final event for Rowing at the 2018 Asian Games. 
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Men's Lightweight Eight: Start List
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One more event to go! 
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Women's Four: Final Standings
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The race finishes. Indian Women's Four end up in the 6th position. 
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India has dropped down to the sixth position after 1000m. 
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Off we go! 
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Women's Four: Start List
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Women's Four is coming up next!
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Two more events to come! 
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Sawarn Singh, Dattu Bhokanal, Om Prakash, and Sukhmeet Singh make up the Quadruple team that won India the Gold medal. 
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This day gets even better! After two Bronze medals, the Indian Men's Quadruple Sculls team wins the Gold! 
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Men's Quadruple Sculls: Final Standings
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INDIA WINS THE GOLD MEDAL!!!
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India is slowly making it's way towards that coveted first position! 
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The race begins and India is in the second place! 
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Men's Quadruple Sculls: Start List
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Men's Quadruple Sculls are coming up! 
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What a start by the Rowing contingent today! That's two-in-two for the Indian rowers! Can the remaining three follow? 
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Men's Lightweight Double Sculls: Final Standings
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Official confirmation coming up. 

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That is another Bronze for India! Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh finish third in the Men's Lightweight Double Sculls! 
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Rohit Kumar and Bhagwan Singh are currently in the third place.
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And off we go! 
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Men's Lightweight Double Sculls: Start List
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Men's Lightweight Doubles is up next.
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Great start by Dushyant! Can the rest of the pack follow in his footsteps? 

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Men's Lightweight Single Sculls: Final Standings
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Dushyant finishes third in the Men's Lightweight Single Sculls and wins the Bronze medal!
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The Indian is closing in on a medal. He remains second with 500m to go! 
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Dushyant still in second as the rowers reach the halfway mark. He has a three second lead over his closest opponent. 
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Dushyant in second after the first 500m. 
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And Off we go! 
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Men's Single Sculls: Final
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Final A of Men's Single Sculls is about to begin. Dushyant in this one. 
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Just two Finals B to be contested today. We will move on to the medal events soon.
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Final 'B' will be contested first. These are merely classification events. Final A will follow. 
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Five finals to be contested today! Can India finally bag a medal in Rowing?
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Hello and Welcome to Sportskeeda's coverage of the Asian Games! Next up, Indian rowers will be in action in the finals of their respective events. 

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Action continues on Day 6 of the multi-sporting extravaganza -- The Asian Games

Day five ended more with a whimper, rather than a bang. On what was a disappointing day for India, several participants lost their matches in the final stages. Ankita Raina (WR 189) bagged a Bronze medal as she went down against Zhang Shuai (WR 34). She fought valiantly against the Chinese Number eventually lost 6-4, 7-6(6). Meanwhile, the Men's doubles pair of Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan made it to the Final of the event and are have ensured at least a Silver medal for India. India's 15-year-old shooter Shardul Vihan also bagged a Silver in the  Men's Double Trap Final and took the total tally to 17. There was also progression in other racquet sports, as badminton squash, and indeed Tennis saw Indian athletes advance. However, India's loss to Iran in the Men's Kabaddi Semifinal was completely unprecedented and historic in a wrong sense for India! There were also losses in Archery and Weightlifting.

There were five Rowing finals to be contested on Day Five - Men's Single Sculls, Men's Double Sculls, Men's Pair, Women's Double Sculls, and Men's Lightweight Eight. None of the events brought back medals. 

Rowing returns on Day Six of the Games with more Finals to contest. Men's Lightweight Single Sculls, Men's Lightweight Double Sculls, Men's Lightweight Eight, Men's Quadruple, and Women's Four, are all being contested today.