Sudha Singh, the reigning Asian champion, clocked 9:40.03 minutes to finish behind Bahrain’s Winfred Yavi.
India’s Sudha Singh won her second medal at the Asian Games as she clinched a silver in the women’s 3,000 meters steeplechase on Monday. Sudha, the reigning Asian champion, clocked 9:40.03 minutes to finish behind Bahrain’s Winfred Yavi, who completed the race in 9:36.52 minutes. The 32-year-old Sudha, who had won the gold medal in the 2010 edition, was a tad slower than her personal best of 9:39.59. The Oanh Nguyen of Vietnam bagged the bronze medal in 9:43.83. She and Sudha were among the group that was behind Winifred, who set the pace early. Sudha had finished fourth at the 2014 edition in Incheon but this time she ensured that she finished within the top three with a tight finish as she surged past Chinese competitors Zhang Xinyan and Xu Shuangshuang and Nguyen.
Neeraj Chopra created a new national record on his way to the men’s javelin gold at the 18th Asian Games. Neeraj threw 88.06 meters in his third attempt to clinch the gold. Shivpal Singh, the other Indian in the fray, registered 74.11m to finish eighth.
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