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India at the Asian Games

 

India at the Asian Games

India at the Asian Games

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IOC code  IND
NOC Indian Olympic Association
Asian Games history
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 India is the founder of Asian games. is a member of the South Asian Zone of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), and has participated in the Asian Games since their inception in 1951. The Indian Olympic Association, established in 1927, and recognised in the same year by the International Olympic Committee, is the National Olympic Committee for India.[1]

India was one of the first five founding members of the

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Notes and references

See also

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2009 Asian Youth Games 7 5 3 3 11

Indian athletes competed in the inaugural Asian Youth Games in Singapore. Indian competitors earned medals in only two sports— athletics and swimming. Four of the five gold medals came from athletics and one came from the swimming competition. Aaron Agnel Dsouza was the only multiple medal winner. Dsouze won a gold in the 200 m freestyle and a bronze in the 100 m freestyle.[17] India's membership in IOC was suspended when the 2013 games took place so Indian athletes competed in the event as independent athletes.

Youth Games results

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2009 Asian Martial Arts Games 10 3 7 23 33
[16], Thailand from 1 to 9 August 2009. Indian contingents won a total of 33 medals, including three gold and seven silver, leading to the country finishing 10th in the final medal table standings.Bangkok held in Asian Martial Arts Games India sent a delegation in the inaugural

Martial Arts Games results

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2008 Asian Beach Games 7 3 0 2 5
2010 Asian Beach Games 6 3 0 1 4
2012 Asian Beach Games 6 2 0 1 3
Total 5 8 0 4 12
[15], earning the country sixth place in the medal table.Muscat, Oman in 2010 Asian Beach Games Three gold medals were won by India in the [14], India won a total of five medals, including three gold, and ranked seventh in the final medal table.2008 Games India has participated in both the editions of the Asian Beach Game. In the

Beach Games results

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
2005 Asian Indoor Games[12] 5 7 3 8 18
2007 Asian Indoor Games[12] 6 9 9 10 28
2009 Asian Indoor Games[13] 7 6 9 25 40
Total 8 22 21 43 86

Indoor Games results

India has sent athletes to every celebration of the Asian Winter Games. Through the last revision of the Games in Astana and Almaty in 2011, India has never won a medal in the Winter Games.[11]

Winter Games results

Sport Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total
Athletics 3 72 77 84 233
Wrestling 7 9 14 33 56
Kabaddi 1 9 0 0 9
Boxing 8 8 16 31 55
Shooting 8 7 17 25 49
Tennis 6 6 5 13 24
Cue Sports 3 5 4 6 15
Field hockey 3 4 10 5 19
Golf 4 3 3 0 6
Equestrian 3 3 1 6 10
Diving 3 2 1 2 5
Board games 3 2 0 2 4
Football 5 2 0 1 3
Sailing 10 1 6 10 17
Rowing 7 1 5 14 20
Swimming 13 1 2 6 9
Squash 4 1 2 5 8
Archery 5 1 2 5 8
Badminton 7 1 1 8 10
Water polo 5 1 1 1 3
Weightlifting 17 0 5 9 14
Wushu 16 0 1 2 3
Cycling 16 0 1 2 3
Volleyball 5 0 1 2 3
Judo 13 0 0 5 5
Canoeing 9 0 0 1 1
Gymnastics 12 0 0 1 1
Taekwondo 24 0 0 1 1
Total 6 139 178 285 602

Medals by Sports

Games Rank Gold Silver Bronze Total Total Event Medals India's % out Total
1951 Asian Games[9] 2 15 16 20 51 169 30.18
1954 Asian Games[9] 5 5 4 8 17 229 7.42
1958 Asian Games[9] 7 5 4 4 13 350 3.71
1962 Asian Games[9] 3 10 13 10 33 372 8.87
1966 Asian Games[9] 5 10 3 11 21 460 4.57
1970 Asian Games[9] 5 6 9 10 25 423 5.91
1974 Asian Games[9] 7 4 12 12 28 609 4.6
1978 Asian Games[9] 6 11 11 6 28 626 4.47
1982 Asian Games[9] 5 13 19 25 57 614 9.28
1986 Asian Games[9] 5 5 9 23 37 848 4.36
1990 Asian Games[9] 11 1 8 14 23 976 2.36
1994 Asian Games[9] 8 4 3 16 23 1079 2.13
1998 Asian Games[9] 9 7 11 17 35 1225 2.86
2002 Asian Games[9] 8 11 12 13 36 1350 2.67
2006 Asian Games[9] 8 10 17 26 53 1393 3.8
2010 Asian Games[10] 6 14 17 34 65 1577 4.12
2014 Asian Games[9] 8 11 9 37 57 1454 3.92
2018 Asian Games[9]
Total 5 135 176 281 592

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India is one of the only seven countries that have competed in all the editions of the Asian Games. The other six are Indonesia, Japan, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Singapore and Thailand. India has won at least one gold medal at every Asian Games, and always ranked within the top 10 nations of the medal table except in the 1990 Asian Games. After completing the 2014 Asian Games, India's medal count is as follows.

Summer Games results

New Delhi, the national capital of India, has hosted the Asian Games on two occasions: the inaugural 1951 Asian Games and the 1982 Asian Games.[8]

Hosted Games

The OCA organises five major continental-level multi-sport events: the Asian Summer Games (which are commonly known as the Asian Games), Asian Winter Games, Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games, Asian Beach Games, and Asian Youth Games. Before 2009, Indoor and Martial Arts were two separate events for indoor and martial arts sports respectively. However, the OCA has since amalgamated them into a single event, the Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games, which will be debuted in 2013 in Incheon, South Korea.[7] As a member of OCA, India is privileged to participate in all these multi-sport events.all will

India is a member of the South Asian Zone of the Olympic Council of Asia, the governing body of all the sports in Asia, recognised by the International Olympic Committee as the continental association of Asia.[4][5][a] Being a member of South Asian Zone, India also participates in the South Asian Games, sub-regional Games for South Asia.[6]

Membership of Olympic Council of Asia

Contents

  • Membership of Olympic Council of Asia 1
  • Hosted Games 2
  • Summer Games results 3
  • Medals by Sports 4
  • Winter Games results 5
  • Indoor Games results 6
  • Beach Games results 7
  • Martial Arts Games results 8
  • Youth Games results 9
  • See also 10
  • Notes and references 11

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