India finished in fourth position on the Asian Games medal table with its best-ever medal tally of 107 medals. Out of this record haul, 12 medals were won by the Reliance Foundation-supported athletes, who made a significant contribution to the nation's success.
Nita Ambani, Founder Chairperson, Reliance Foundation, commented on India's mammoth success at the continental event. “Congratulations Team India, for making our country proud at the Asian Games! Your historic tally of over 100 medals is a shining example of the power of India's youth.”
“We are also proud of our Reliance Foundation athletes for winning 12 medals at the Games. A special shout out to Kishore Jena, Jyothi Yarraji, Palak Gulia, the 17-year-old teen phenomenon, and many more, for their outstanding performance. At Reliance Foundation, we remain committed to supporting our young athletes and fostering and nurturing talent in sports.” (Download and watch the video here. Courtesy Reliance Foundation) Lovlina Borgohain and Kishore Jena punch Paris Olympics tickets
India completely dominated the athletics events in this Asiad with 29 medals comprising six golds, 14 silvers, and nine bronzes – which is India's best-ever tally since the inaugural edition in 1951 in athletics.
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