November 28, 2010

After making history in CWG, India made History in Asian Games 2010

I think it’s known to you that India has made history in CWG(common wealth games) & finished with a record haul of 101 medal including 38 gold, 27 silver and 36 bronze medals, the best-ever harvest for the country in the Games history, helped India climb to the record-high second position.
Now again India made a history in Asian games history after finishing 6th in Asian games 2010, with a record haul of 64 medals including 14 gold, 17 silver & 33 bronze while the previous best was 57 medals in Delhi. Its haul of 14 gold is so close to the 1st Games (Delhi 1951) when India got 15.
Kabaddi men and women live up to top seedings. Men’s team beats Iran 37-20, grabs sixth consecutive gold,Bhiwani Bomber Olympic bronze winner Vijender Singh blanks out reigning world champ Abbos Atoev of Uzbekistan 7-0. Atoev had beaten Singh at the World Championship semis last year. Boxing haul of 9 medals, including 2 gold, India’s best at Asiad.
Ashwini Akkunji, Sini Jose, Manjeet Kaur and Mandeep Kaur made history in women’s 4X400m running.
While India’s new tennis sensation & the successor of Paes & Bhupati none other than Somdev Barman who won the first Gold in tennis signals in Asian Games on the other hand Sania Mirza’s bronze also given a good indication for future.
Unfortunately our shooter team disappointed us with only gold, I think it’s the extra pressure on them which created the situation like this.
Most disappointment thing for Indians that Badminton Queens Sania Nehwal, Jwala Gupta lost poorly. I think it’s a result of media’s publicity.
We missed world champion wrestler Sushil Kumar in action due to his injury other wise our one gold sure from him, finally all well that end s well & India created another history in games.
At last I would like to say that this performance is the beginning of golden era in Indian sports & hope in that our sports person will always perform in same style & make history after history.
Well done India, keep it up, Jai Hind Jai Bharat.


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