Asian Games Day 7 Schedule: PV Sindhu, Hima Das And Others To Look Forward To

India is a sports-loving country. The days when only cricket was watched and appreciated are long gone back and now all the sports are getting attention with help of social media. With passing time and with the contribution of players like PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal, Sunil Chhetri, etc the awareness about sports like Badminton, Hockey, Tennis, and Football are increasing day by day.

The 18th Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang are making headlines in India as Indian athletes continue to make India proud by winning medals in various sports.

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Here is the schedule of August 25 for Indian fans.

Archery

Women's team Recurve (1/8 Eliminations) – India vs Mongolia – 8:00 AM

Men's team Recurve (1/8 Eliminations) – India vs Vietnam – 9:20 AM

Athletics

Men's Long Jump (Qualification) – Sreeshankar – 5:15 PM

Men's 400m (Qualification) – Rajiv Arokia, Muhammad Anas – 9:40 AM

Men's Shot Put (Qualification) – Tejinder Toor – 6:30 PM

Women's 100m (Qualification) – Dutee Chand – 6:00 PM

Women's 400m (Qualification) – Nirmala Sheoran, Hima Das – 7:05 PM

Women's Hammer Throw – Sarita R Singh – 5:10 PM

Women's 10,000m – Sanjivani Baburao Jadhav, Suriya Loganathan – 6:30 PM

Badminton

Men's Doubles:

Saitwiksairaj Rankireddy/Chirag Shetty vs S Choi/M Kang (Korea)

Manu Atri/B. Sumeeth Reddy vs J Li/Y Liu (China)

Women's Singles: Round of 16

Saina Nehwal vs Fitriani (Indonesia) – 11:30 AM

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PV Sindhu vs Gregoria Mariska Tunjung (Indonesia) – 11:30 PM

Women's Doubles:

Ashwini Ponappa/N. Sikki Reddy vs Q Chen/Y Jia (China) – 11:30 AM

Boxing

Men's light flyweight (49 kg) – Amit Panghal – 11:30 PM

Men's Bantam (56 kg) – Mohammad Hussamuddin – 11:30 PM

Men's Light Welterweight (64 kg) – Dheeraj Rangi – 11:30 PM

Men's Middleweight (75 kg) – Vikas Krishan Yadav – 11:30 PM

Women's Lightweight (60 kg) – Pavitra – 4:30 PM

Bridge

Men's team: Qualification round 12 – India (currently at 7th) – 8:30 AM

Mixed team: (Round Robin 2 – Round 6) – India (currently at 1st) – 8:30 AM

Super mixed team: Qualification round 8 – India (currently at 6th) – 8:30 AM

Golf

Women's individual (Round 3) – 4:30 AM

Women's team (Round 3) – 4:30 AM

Men's individual (Round 3) – 5:03 AM

Men's team (Round 3) – 5:03 AM

Hockey

Women's: India vs Korea – 6:30 PM

Sailing

49er Men (Race 3): Varun Ashok Thakkar, Ganapathy Kelapanda Chengappa – 10:30 AM

49er FX Women (Race 3): Varsha Gautham, Sweta Shervegar – 10:35 AM

Laser Radial (Race 3): Nethra Kumanan – 10:35 AM

Open Laser 4.7 (Race 3) – Govind Bairagi, Harshita Tomar – 10:40 AM

Mixed RS One (Race 3) – India (4th) – 10:40 AM

Sepak takraw

Men's Regu – Preliminary (Group B) – India vs Korea – 12:30 PM

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Shooting

Women's Skeet – Ganemat Sekhon (Squad 1), Rashmi Rathore (Squad 2) – 6:30 AM

Men's Skeet – Angar Vir Singh Bajwa (Squad 5), Sheeraz Shaikh (Squad 7) – 7:00 AM

Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (Qualification – Stage 2) – Shivam Shukla, Anish Bhanwala – 7:30 AM

Sport Climbing

Men's Combined – Chingkheinganba Maibam (11th), Bharath Stephen Kamath Pereira (17th) – 7:45 AM

Women's Combined – Shreya Sanjay Nankar (4th)

Squash

Men's Singles Semifinal – Saurav Ghosal vs Chun Ming Aun (Hong Kong, China) – 3:30 PM

Women's Singles Semifinal –

Dipika Pallikal Karthik vs Ann Nicol David (Malaysia) – 1:30 PM

Joshna Chinappa vs Sivasangari Subramaniam (Malaysia) – 2:30 PM

Weightlifting

Men's 94 kg – Vikas Thakur – 12:30 PM

India now has a total of 25 medals at Asian Games 2018 in Indonesia.

Stay tuned to Laughing Colours for the latest sports news and updates.

by Admin | Sat, Aug 25 - 12:32 PM

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