Archer Harvinder Singh took India’s gold medal to count up to seven at the progressing Asian Para Games in Indonesia when he completed first in the Men’s Individual Recurve Open – W2/ST on Wednesday. This is India’s first arrow based weaponry award at the progressing amusements and additionally the first in the game at the Asian Para Games. The 27-year-old crushed Zhao Lixue of China 6-0 in the last to win the gold award for India.
Archer Harvinder Singh indented up the men’s individual recurve gold, while Olympic style events competitors included a silver and a bronze to India’s count in the Asian Para Games on Wednesday. Monu Ghangas guaranteed the silver in the men’s disk toss F11 classification, while Mohammed Yasser got a bronze in the men’s shot put F46 category. Harvinder crushed China’s Zhao Lixue 6-0 in the W2/ST class last to guarantee the best respects and take India’s gold count to seven. Starting at now, India’s count in Indonesia remains at seven gold, 12 silver, and 17 bronze awards.