Asian Games 2018: Wushu Live Score, Latest Updates & Results

By Sportskeeda Desk | Last ModifiedAug 19, 2018 09:40 IST

The event is on now!


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She finishes 14th in this category.

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Leimapokpam manages to notch a 9.35 score. 

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However India fails to make a mark in this category too. 

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Manipur-born SANATOMBI CHANU LEIMAPOKPAM will be participating in the Taijiquan event

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In the women's category, India's Leimapokpam will also give her best soon!

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Anjul Namdeo falls little short of getting himself a place in the Top 3!

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India finished 5th and 10th!

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China, Indonesia and Chinese Taipei occupy the top 3 slots!

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India, however doesn't manage to win a medal in this category!

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Maylangbam gets a 9.51 on the board!

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Anjul Namdeo manages to notch a score of 9.66! 

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Mayanglambam Suraj Singh and Anjul Namdeo have started off to give their best!

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There are 17 teams participating in this medal round!

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India is participating today in the Changquan event and has sent 2 athletes!

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Hello and welcome to the Wushu coverage at the Asian Games!

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The Asian Games are finally underway, as the Indian athletes look to better their record on the continental level, after a successful outing at the Commonwealth games in Gold Coast, Australia, earlier this year.​​

One sport that was not there during the Commonwealth Games was Wushu, where Mayanglambam Suraj Singh will be fighting it out in the medal round of the Men's Changquan event.​

Along with him, Anjul Namdeo will also be participating in the same event, looking to bring home a medal for the tri-colour. However, it will be interesting to see how the two Indians fare in the event.​
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