Asian Games 2023 Medal Tally - Gold, Silver, Bronze Medal Winners
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Team Women||Ramita,|
|Rowing||Lightweight Men's Double Sculls||Arjun Lal Jat & Arvind Singh||Silver|
|Rowing||Men's Pair||Babu Lal Yadav, Ram Lekh||Bronze|
Punit Kumar, Ashish,
Dhananjay Uttam Pandey.
|Shooting||Women's 10m Air Rifle Final||Ramita||Bronze|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Team Men||Divyansh Panwar, Rudrankkash Patil, Aishwary Tomar||Gold|
|Rowing||Men's Four||Jaswinder Singh, Bheem Singh, Punit Kumar, Ashish||Bronze|
|Rowing||Men's Quadruple Sculls||Satnam Singh, Parminder Singh, Jakar Khan, Sukhmeet Singh||Bronze|
|Shooting||10m Air Rifle Men||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar||Bronze|
|Cricket||Women's Cricket||India Women||Gold|
|Shooting||25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team Men||Adarsh Singh, Anish, Vijayveer Sidhu||Bronze|
|Sailing||Girl's Dinghy - ILCA4||Neha Thakur||Silver|
|Sailing||Men's Windsurfer RS:X-RS:X||Ali Eabad||Bronze|
|Equestrian||Dressage||Anush Agarwalla, Hriday Vipul Chheda, Divyakriti Singh, Sudupti Hajela||Gold|
|Shooting||Women 50m Rifle 3 Position Team||Ashi Chouksey, Manini Kaushik, Sift Kaur Samra||Silver|
|Shooting||Women's 25m Pistol Team||Manu Bhaker, Rhythm Sangwan, Esha Singh||Gold|
|Shooting||Women's 50m Rifle 3 Position||Sift Kaur Samra||Gold|
|Shooting||Women's 50m Rifle 3 Position||Ashi Chouksey||Bronze|
|Shooting||Men's Skeet-50 Team||Angad Bajwa, Gurjoat Singh, Anant Jeet Singh Naruka.||Bronze|
|Shooting||Women's 25m Pistol Individual||Esha Singh||Silver|
|Shooting||Men's Skeet||Anant Jeet Singh Naruka||Silver|
|Sailing||Men's Dinghy - ILCA7||Vishnu Sarvanan||Bronze|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Team Final||Sarabjot SIngh, Arjun Singh Cheema, Shiva Narwal||Gold|
|Wushu||Women's 60kg||Roshibina Devi Naorem||Silver|
|Equestrian||Dressage Intermediate||Anush Agarwalla||Bronze|
|Shooting||Women's 10m Air Pistol Team||Esha Singh, Divya Subbaraju, Palak||Silver|
|Shooting||Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position Team||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar, Swapnil Suresh Kusale, Akhil Sheoran||Gold|
|Shooting||Women's 10m Air Pistol||Palak||Gold|
|Shooting||Women's 10m Air Pistol||Esha Singh||Silver|
|Tennis||Men's Doubles||Saketh Myneni, Ramkumar Ramanathan||Silver|
|Squash||Women's Squash||Joshana Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal Karthik, Tanvi Khanna, Anahat SIngh||Bronze|
|Shooting||Men's 50m Rifle 3 Position||Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar||Silver|
|Shooting||10m Air Pistol Mixed Team||Sarabjot Singh, Divya Subbaraju||Silver|
|Tennis||Mixed Doubles||Rohan Bopanna, Rutuja Bhosale||Gold|
|Squash||Men's Team||Mahesh Mangaonkar, Saurav Ghosal, Abhay Singh, Harinder Sandhu||Gold|
|Athletics||Men's 10000m||Kartik Kumar||SIlver|
|Athletics||Men's 10000m||Gulveer Singh||Bronze|
|Shooting||Men's Trap-50 Men||Zoravar Singh Sandhu, Kynan Darius Chenai, Prithviraj Tondaiman||Gold|
|Shooting||Women's Trap-50 Team||Rajeshwari Kumari, Manisha Keer, Preeti Rajak||Silver|
|Shooting||Men's Trap Individual||Kynan Darius Chenai||Bronze|
|Shooting||Women’s Trap Team||Manisha Keer, Preeti Rajak, Rajeshwari Kumar||Silver|
|Shooting||Men’s Trap Team||Kynan Chenai, Zoravar Singh Sandhu, Prithviraj Tondaiman||Gold|
|Boxing||Women’s 50kg||Nikhat Zareen||Bronze|
|Athletics||Men’s 3000m Steeplechase||Avinash Sable||Gold|
|Athletics||Men’s Shot Put||Tajinderpal Singh Toor||Gold|
|Athletics||Women’s 1500m||Harmilan Bains||Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 1500m||Ajay Kumar||Silver|
|Athletics||Men’s 1500m||Jinson Johnson||Bronze|
|Athletics||Men’s Long Jump||Murali Sreeshankar||Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s Heptathlon||Nandini Agasara||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s Discus Throw||Seema Punia||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s 100m Hurdles||Jyothi Yarraji||Silver|
|Badminton||Men’s Team||Lakshya Sen, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty, Kidambi Srikanth, Sai Pratheek, Dhruv Kapila, Mithun Manjunath||Silver|
|Roller Skating||Women's 3000m Relay||Sanjana Bathula, Karthika Jagadeeswaran, Heera Sadhu, Aarathy Kasturi Raj||Bronze|
|Roller Skating||Men's 3000m Relay||Aryanpal Ghuman, Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Rahul Kamble, Vikram Rajendra Ingale||Bronze|
|Table Tennis||Women’s Doubles||Ayhika Mukherjee, Sutirtha Mukherjee||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s 3000m Steeplechase||Parul Chaudhary||Silver|
|Athletics||Women’s 3000m Steeplechase||Priti||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women’s Long Jump||Ancy Sojan||Silver|
|Athletics||4x400m Mixed Relay||Muhammad Ajmal Variyathodi, Vithya Ramraj, Rajesh Ramesh and Subha Venkatesan||Silver|
|Canoeing||Men's Canoe Double 100m||Arjun Singh, Sunil Salam||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women's 400m Hurdles||Vithya Ramraj||Bronze|
|Athletics||Women's 5000m||Parul Chaudhary||Gold|
|Athletics||Men's 800m||Mohammed Afsal Pulikkalakath||Silver|
|Athletics||Men's Triple Jump||Praveen Chitharavel||Bronze|
The Asian Games 2023 have got off the mark in the best possible way for players, especially for players. In Asian Games history, India has won 672 medals at the big-ticket event, with 155 of them being gold.
Going into the Asian Games 2023, Indian athletes will look to better their best-ever medal haul of 70 that came at the 2018 Jakarta Games.
The Asian Games 2023 got off the mark with an amazing opening ceremony on the 23rd of September at Hangzhou, China, and it will conclude on the 8th of October. In this time, athletes will compete in 40 different sports.
Going into the Asian Games 2023, India has participated in all 18 versions held before this. Here is a breakdown of how India has fared in the past games
2018 Asian Games, Jakarta
The 2018 Asian Games were India's best performance at the games. Indian players clinched a whopping 70 medals, consisting of 16 golds, 23 silvers, and 31 bronze.
Track and field athletes were as always India's standout performers as they claimed half of India's golds. They were also responsible for 9 silvers, and 3 bronze medals. The 2018 Asian Games also saw an impressive display from shooters, who brought home 2 golds, 4 silvers, and 3 bronze medals.
2014 Asian Games, Incheon
The 2014 Asian Games brought with them 57 podium finishes for India. Of these 57 medals, 11 were golds. Indian athletes also close in on 10 silvers and 36 bronze medals.
The standout moment for India at the 2014 Asian Games was the men's hockey team ending a 16-year long search for gold. India's men's and women's kabaddi team had also added 2 golds to their collections, maintaining their unbeaten streak till then.
2010 Asian Games, Guangzhou, China
Indian athletes put up quite the bedazzling show during the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou. They returned home with a staggering 65 medals, making this their second-best showing at the Asiad.
While athletics once again topped the chart with 12 medals, boxing was a surprise edition to the top. Indian boxers returned from the 2010 Games with 9 medals, two of which were gold. The Guangzhou Asiad also marked the first time India managed to finish on the podium for the gymnastics and roller sports events.
2006 Asian Games, Doha, Qatar
The 2006 Asian Games marked a lukewarm showing for India. While the Indian contingent came back home with 53 medals, 26 of them were bronze, while only 10 were the revered glinting gold.
This time around Indian shooters topped the medal tally with 14 podium finishes. While the shooting squad brought home 3 gold medals, the chess and tennis players also claimed 2 gold medals each.
2002 Asian Games, Busan, South Korea
India's foray at the 2002 Asian Games resulted in 36 medals, resulting in a seventh place in the overall ranking. India was originally 8th in the medal tally, but after Sunita Rani's gold and bronze were reinstated, the country moved up a spot.
Of India's 11 gold medals at the 2002 Asiad, 7 were won by track and field athletes, while the rest were divided between tennis, cue sports, kabaddi, and golf.
1998 Asian Games, Bangkok, Thailand's
The 1998 games resulted in 35 medals for India, of which only 7 were golds. Track and field athletes and cue sports players clinched 2 golds each, while the men's hockey and kabaddi team stood on top of the podium.
India's seventh gold of the 1998 games came in boxing. The Indian women's hockey team also brought back home a silver.
1994 Asian Games, Hiroshima, Japan
The 1994 Asian Games brought a meager medal tally of 23 for India. Out of all the sports Indian athletes participated in, they were able to return home with medals in only 11 events.
From these 11 events, the men's kabaddi team, Indian shooter Jaspal Rana, tennis duo Leander Paes and Gaurav Natekar, and the men's tennis team brought home golds.
1990 Asian Games, Beijing, China
The Indian contingent had returned home from the 1990 Asian Games with 23 medals as well. However, this time around only one of these medals was a gold, with the men's kabaddi team finishing on top of the podium. The other 22 medals consisted of 8 silvers and 14 bronze.
1986 Asian Games, Seoul, Korea
The 1986 Asian Games were one of India's better performances at the games. The team returned home with 37 medals, of which 5 were gold. This put India at the fifth position in the overall medal tally. PT Usha was India's standout performer at the Seoul games claiming 4 of India's 5 gold medals.
1982 Asian Games, New Delhi, India
In 1982 the much awaited quadrennial event was back in India after 30 years. Indian athletes out-performed every expectation on home soil, finishing 5th in the medal tally with 57 medals.
The 1982 games remain tied for India's third best-finish at the tournament. While athletics topped the medal tally, badminton was an unexpected addition near the top with 5 bronze medals.
1978 Asian Games, Bangkok, Thailand
India's performance at the 1978 Asian Games once again put the spotlight on the country's travel and field players. India clinched 12 golds in Bangkok, 8 of which were credit to athletics.
The other three gold medals came courtesy of wrestling and shooting.
1974 Asian Games, Tehran, Iran
Indian athletes came home with a total of 28 medals from the 1974 games that were held in Tehran. As expected, Athletics had topped the tally with 4 gold, 7 silver, and 4 bronze.
Alongside athletics, Indian boxers also put up quite the display, winning 3 silvers and w bronze medals.
1970 Asian Games, Bangkok, Thailand
The 1970 Asian Games saw India finish a fifth spot in the medals tally with 25 medals, 6 of which were golds. Athletics was responsible for over half of India's medal haul with 4 gold, and 5 silver and bronze. Boxing and wrestling were the sports to bring home the other two gold medals.
1966 Asian Games, Bangkok, Thailand
The Indian squad brought back hom 21 medals from the 1966 Asiad. Athletics won 6 golds, and boxing and men's hockey clinched one gold apiece. Indian wrestlers also put on a commendable fight, finishing with one silver medal and five bronze medals.
1962 Asian Games, Jakarta, Indonesia
The 1962 Asiad brought a stellar performance for India. The country's athletes brought back home a stupendous 10 gold medals, helping Indian finish 3rd in the overall medal tally.
Athletics was responsible for 5 of the 10 gold medals, while wrestling claimed 3. The other two golds belonged to football and boxing.
1958 Asian Games, Tokyo, Japan,
The 1958 Asian Games were quite disappointing for India, as the country claimed only 13 medals. Of these 13, 5 were golds, and four were silver and bronze. Track and field athletes were the stars of the show, winning all five golds, and half of the silver and bronze medals.
1954 Asian Games, Manila, Philippines
Indian athletes brought home 17 medals for the country from the 1954 games. However, India did finish 5th in the overall rankings, credit to 4 to the 17 medals being golds.
1951 Asian Games, New Delhi, India
The 1951 Asian Games was the first Asiad to ever be hosted. Indian athletes once again surpassed expectations on home soil, winning 51 medals and finishing second in the medal tally. Of India's 15 gold medals at the 1951 Games, 10 belonged to athletics, and 2 belonged to diving. Football, swimming, and water-polo also claimed one gold each.