India’s day 3 schedule at Asian Games 2018

Rishabh Gupta
|Published August 19, 2018

TheSportsRush brings to you India’s day 3 schedule at Asian Games 2018.

Indian athletes will continue to pose competition on the third day of the Asian Games 2018. Big names like Deepika Kumari and Dipa Karmakar will be in action on Day 3 of the continental tournament.

The Indian women’s hockey team, meanwhile, will play their second match of the Asian Games against Kazakhstan. The Kabaddi teams of both men and women will hope to continue on their winning run in the tournament. The women’s Kabaddi team will play two matches on Day 3, against Sri Lanka and host nation Indonesia respectively.

Here is the complete schedule of Indian athletes on Day 3 of the Asian Games.



Atanu Das, Jagdish Chaudhary, Sukhchain Singh, Vishwas – Recurve


Promila Daimary, Deepika Kumari, Ankita Bhakat, Laxmirani Majhi – Recurve

Artistic Gymnastics


Dipa Karmakar, Pranati Das, Aruna Reddy, Mandira Chowdhury, Pranati Nayak – 2:30 PM (Qualification)


Men’s (5:00 PM) and Women’s team (11 AM) event – Semifinal


Men’s qualification: 9:00 AM

Mixed team qualification: 9:00 AM

Supermixed team qualification: 9:00 AM


Women’s Epee individual: 9:00 AM


Women’s: DPR Korea vs India – 1:00 PM


Women’s: India vs Kazakhstan – 7:00 PM


Women’s: India vs Sri Lanka – 8:00 AM, India vs Indonesia – 11:20 AM

Men’s: India vs Thailand – 4:00 PM


Men’s singles sculls – Repechages – 8:00 AM

Women’s pair – Repechages – 7:50 AM

Men’s lightweights four – Repechages – 9:00 AM

Sepak takraw

Women’s team Regu – India vs Thailand – 10:30 AM



Abhishek Verma, Saurabh Chaudhary – 10m air pistol qualification – 8:00 AM (Final – 9:45 AM)

Mixed team event:

Lakshay, Shreyasi Singh – Trap qualification – 8:30 AM (Final – 3:00 PM)


Anshul Kothari, Virdhawal Khade – 50m freestyle heats – 8:06 AM


Round of 16 – TBD



India vs Vietman – 9:00 AM


Men’s (Greco Roman):

Gyanender (60 kg) , Manish (67 kg)

Women’s: (Freestyle)

Divya Kakran (68 kg), Kiran (72 kg)

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