Indian shuttler Pramod Bhagat continued his impressive performance at the 4th Asian Para Games by winning a gold medal in the badminton men’s singles SL 3 event. In the final, he faced off against fellow Indian player Nitesh Kumar, and after a closely contested match, Pramod emerged victorious with a scoreline of 2-1.

Pramod started strongly, winning the first set with a score of 22-20. Nitesh fought back and claimed the second set with a score of 21-18, bringing the match to parity. However, Pramod’s experience played a crucial role in the deciding set, where he secured a 21-19 win, ultimately winning the gold with a 2-1 victory.

In another event, Krishna Nagar competed in the men’s singles SH6 final but settled for a silver medal. He faced Hong Kong’s Man Kai Chu, who took an early lead by winning the first set. Krishna Nagar mounted a comeback, winning the second set 21-8. However, in the third set, Man Kai Chu demonstrated his dominance with a convincing 21-11 victory, securing the gold.

Earlier in the day, Sheetal Devi achieved a remarkable victory in archery, winning the coveted gold medal in the women’s compound open event. She faced stiff competition from Singapore’s Alim Nur Syahidah, who took an early lead. However, Sheetal Devi made a remarkable comeback, producing back-to-back perfect scores to win the gold with an overall score of 144-142.

These achievements highlight India’s success in the 4th Asian Para Games and the exceptional performances of its athletes in various sporting events.


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