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13th SAG: Nepal’s medal tally reaches 61 with 28 gold medals


04 December 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Nepal has continued to dominate the medal tally clinching the highest number of medals at the 13th South Asian Games (SAG) underway in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

As per the latest medal tally, Nepal has so far bagged 61 medals including 28 gold, 14 silver, and 19 bronze medals.

On Wednesday, Sangita Basyal won a gold medal in Taekwondo held at Satdobato.

Likewise,  Anupama Magar won a gold medal in Karate’s Kumete above 65-kg category held at Satdobato.

She defeated Pakistani player Nargis by 6-2 points.

With this win, Nepal bagged 10 gold medals in Karate.

Similarly, Sonam Lama also bagged a bronze medal in Karate’s Kumeto below 50-kg category.

On Wednesday, Deepak Hamal won a gold medal in Wushu. He won the gold in Nannun all-round category. He scored 19.32 points.

Similarly, Nepal’s Hari Prasad Gol won a silver medal in the event.

Likewise, Nepal’s athlete Deepak Adhikari won a bronze medal in Men’s 10000m race on Wednesday held in Kathmandu.

Adhikari completed the distance in 30:50:06 minutes.

Meanwhile, Nepal’s Rajesh Magar won a gold medal in the Men’s cycling downhill category. Similarly, Rajat Nirva Shrestha and Prajit Thapa from Nepal also won the silver and bronze medals, respectively.

Likewise, Nisma Shrestha won a gold medal in the women’s cycling. Similarly, Yashodhara from Nepal won the silver medal in the event.

Altogether, Nepal won the 5 medals in cycling.

Nepal’s Bir Bahadur Mahara on Tuesday won a gold medal in men’s 68kg category in Taekwondo. He defeated Pakistan’s Muhammad Faheem.

Likewise, Kajal Shrestha won a gold medal in Taekwondo under-46kg category defeating Pakistan’s Syed Zadi Sidra Batoo.

Nepal’s Sunita Maharjan won a gold medal in under 67kg category of Kumite.

Similarly, Nepali athlete Santoshi Shrestha won a gold medal in the 10,000-meter race.

Likewise, Tanka Karki won a silver medal in the men’s 1,500-meter sprint.

Nepali athlete Himal Tamot won a gold medal in Duathlon race held in Pokhara.

Likewise, Laxman Malla was the runner-up.

Sushmita Tamang won a gold medal in Wushu Taolu.

Similarly, Bijaya Sinjali won a gold in Wushu Taolu.

Nepal’s Nabin Rasaili won a gold medal defeating Pakistan’s Mohammad Nasir 8-6 in the 67-kg Kumite.

SNGamesStreamEventMedal
1KarateMen’sSingle kata (Kaji Shrestha Pts. 25.72)  Gold
2KarateWomen’sSingle kata (Chanchala Danuwar Pts 35)  Silver
3TriathlonMen’sTriathlon(Basanta Tharu)  Bronze
4TriathlonWomen’sTriathlon(Sony Gurung)  Gold
5KarateWomen’sFemale Team Kata (Nirmala Tamang, Saru Karki, Sangita Magar)  Gold
6KarateMen’sMale Team (Kaji Shrestha, Mahasus Moktan, Prabin Manandha)  Gold
7TaekwondoWomen’sFemale Individual Poomsae (17 years above to under 23 years )  Gold
8TaekwondoWomen’sFemale Individual Poomsae( 23 years above to under 29 years)  Gold
9TaekwondoWomen’sFemale Individual Poomsae(29 years above)  Gold
10TaekwondoMen’sMale individual poomsae(17 years above to under 23 years)  Silver
11TaekwondoMen’sMale individual poomsae(23 years above to under 29 years)  Gold
12TaekwondoMen’sMale individual poomsae(29 years above)  Bronze
13TaekwondoMen’sPAIR POOMSAE(17 YEARS ABOVE TO UNDER 23 YEARS)  Bronze
14TaekwondoMen’sPAIR POOMSAE(23 YEARS ABOVE TO UNDER 29 YEARS)  Bronze
15TaekwondoMen’sPAIR POOMSAE(29 YEARS ABOVE)  Gold
16TaekwondoWomen’sFEMALE TEAM POOMSAE 17 YEARS ABOVE TO UNDER 23 YEARS  Gold
17TaekwondoWomen’sFEMALE TEAM POOMSAE 23 YEARS ABOVE  Gold
18TaekwondoMen’sMALE TEAM POOMSAE 17 YEARS ABOVE TO UNDER 23 YEARS  Bronze
19TaekwondoMen’sMALE TEAM POOMSAE 23 YEARS ABOVE  Bronze
20KarateMen’sMEN’S 84 KG +  Gold
21KarateWomen’sWOMEN’S 45 KG  Gold
22KarateMen’sMEN’S 50 KG  Gold
23KarateWomen’sWOMEN’S 50 KG  Gold
24KarateMen’sMEN’S 84  Silver
25BadmintonMen’sTeam Event  Bronze
26BadmintonWomen’sTeam Event  Bronze
27AthleticsMen’sMEN’S 1500 MTR.  Bronze
28AthleticsWomen’sWOMEN’S 10000 MTR  Gold
29TriathlonWomen’sDuathlon Female  Silver
30TriathlonMen’sDuathlon Male  Gold
31TriathlonMen’sDuathlon Male  Silver
32WushuMen’sCHAN QUAN THAULO  Gold
33WushuWomen’sCHAN QUAN THAULO  Gold
34KarateMen’sMEN’S 60 KG  Bronze
35KarateMen’sMEN’S 67 KG  Gold
36KarateMen’sMEN’S 75 KG  Silver
37KarateWomen’sWOMEN’S 68 KG  Gold
38KarateMen’sWOMEN’S 55 KG  Bronze
39KarateWomen’sWOMEN’S 61 KG  Silver
40TaekwondoMen’sWOMEN’S 46 KG  Gold
41TaekwondoWomen’sWOMEN’S 57 KG  Silver
42TaekwondoMen’sMEN’S 54 KG  Bronze
43TaekwondoMen’sMEN’S 54 KG  Gold
44VolleyballWomen’sTEAM EVENT  Silver
45Table TennisMen’sTEAM  Silver
46Table TennisWomen’sTEAM  Bronze
47AthleticsMen’s10000 MTR  Bronze
48WushuMen’sTAOLU TAIJI JIAN  Bronze
49Kho-KhoMen’sTEAM EVENT  Bronze
50WushuMen’sTAOLU NAN QUAN ALL ROUNDER  Gold
51KarateMen’sMEN’S 50KG  Gold
52KarateWomen’sWOMEN’S 68+KG  Bronze
53Kho-KhoWomen’sTEAM EVENT  Silver
54TriathlonMen’sMIXED TEAM RELAY  Silver
55CyclingMen’sDOWNHILL CYCLING INDIVISUAL  Gold
56CyclingMen’sDOWNHILL CYCLING INDIVISUAL  Silver
57CyclingMen’sDOWNHILL CYCLING INDIVISUAL  Bronze
58CyclingWomen’sDOWNHILL CYCLING INDIVISUAL  Gold
59CyclingWomen’sDOWNHILL CYCLING INDIVISUAL  Silver

Also see: SAG 2019: List of medal winners for Nepal (updated)

 

Publish Date : 04 December 2019 15:47 PM

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