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Asian Games 2018, Judo, Mixed Team, Day 14: India vs Nepal, Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedSep 01, 2018 08:34 IST

Follow ALL the LIVE updates of India's events in Judo at Asian Games here!


08:34 (IST)1 SEP 2018

That is it from the Judo competition. Join is for the other sports. 

08:34 (IST)1 SEP 2018


08:30 (IST)1 SEP 2018

India are out of the Mixed team competition at the Quarterfinal stage. 

08:29 (IST)1 SEP 2018

Kazakhstan win the tie 4-0. 

08:22 (IST)1 SEP 2018

Kazakhstan race into a 2-0 lead. 

08:18 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The match in underway! 

08:15 (IST)1 SEP 2018

They will face Kazakhstan in the Quarters. The match will begin shortly! 

08:14 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The Indian team moves into the Quarterfinals. 

08:14 (IST)1 SEP 2018


08:13 (IST)1 SEP 2018

Vijay Kumar Yadav, Kalpana Devi, and Rajwinder Kaur win it for India. 

08:12 (IST)1 SEP 2018

4-1! India win the tie! 

08:07 (IST)1 SEP 2018

One win away from taking the tie! 

08:07 (IST)1 SEP 2018

3-1 to India!

07:48 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The first team to reach four wins this one. 

07:48 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The Indian team has taken the lead here!

07:45 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The Indian team contains six martial artists- Vijay Kumar Yadav, Harshdeep Singh Brar, Avtar Singh, Kalpana Devi Thoudam, Garima Choudhary, and Rajwinder Kaur. 

07:43 (IST)1 SEP 2018

The match between India and Nepal is currently underway! 

07:28 (IST)1 SEP 2018

Hello and Welcome to Sportskeeda's LIVE coverage of the 2018 Asian Games Jakarta-Palembang!

The final day of the 2018 Asian games has arrived, with the closing ceremony scheduled for tomorrow. Time has flown by and it has been a roller-coaster ride for India as they recorded their best-ever medal haul at the Asiad.

Athletics proved to be the pleasant surprise as Indians went on to bag the maximum number of medals from their tally (19, including 7 golds, 10 silvers, and 2 bronze) in it.

There were also few unexpected medals which came from Kurash, Rowing, Wushu, and Sepaktakraw. While there were also a few gold medals which India would have felt assured of bagging (kabaddi and hockey) that could not be won. However, this is the beauty of sports as anything can happen on the biggest stage of a multi-sporting extravaganza and the team which is better on the day, wins the laurels.

In all, the Asiad has been truly satisfying and the Indians will be hoping to end their excellent campaign on a high by adding a few more medals to their kitty.

Judo action continues on day 14 of the Asian Games. 

Thus far, India have not managed to win a medal in Judo. Their last shot comes as they get ready to lock horns with Nepal in Round of 16 of Mixed team and look to progress further in a bid to bag a medal. 
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