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India at the 1982 Asian Games

India at the 9th Asian Games

Flag of India
IOC code  IND
NOC Indian Olympic Association
1982 Asian Games in New Delhi
Competitors
Medals
Rank: 5
Gold
13
Silver
19
Bronze
25
Total
57
Asian Games history (summary)
Asian Games
Asian Winter Games
Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games
Asian Beach Games
Asian Youth Games

*As Independent Olympic Athletes (AOI)

South Asian Games history
South Asian Games

India was the host nation for the 1982 Asian Games held at Delhi, India from November 19 to December 4, 1982. Ranked 5th with 13 gold medals, 19 silver medals and 25 bronze medals with a total of 57 over-all medals.[1]

Gold Medal Winners

  • Charles Borromeo - Men's 800m;
  • MD Valsamma - Women's 400m hurdles;
  • Chand Ram - Men's 20 km walk;
  • Bahadur Singh - Men's Shot Putt;
  • Raghubir Singh - Men's Equestrian;
  • Rupi Brar - Equestrian Tent Pegging;
  • Men's Equestrian Team;
  • Men's Golf Team;
  • Bunny Laxman Singh - Men's Golf;
  • Satpal Singh - Wrestling, Heavyweight;
  • Kaur Singh - Boxing, Heavyweight;
  • Women's Hockey Team;
  • Tarapore and Karanja - Sailing, Enterprise Class;

References

  1. ^ 1982 Asian Games medal tally


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